A few months ago I received an email asking for help from someone who was researching her home. She thought it might be a kit home but couldn’t find anything that would match. I was told the house was in Nova Scotia. That didn’t rule out a kit home but the first thing that came to my mind was a pattern home. I told her to email me a few photos and I would take a look. I immediately recognized the house! The Nova Scotia bungalow is a good candidate for a Henry Wilson number 167.
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Are you living in a Sears kit home or a pattern home? Need help identifying your house? If so, please contact me! There are three ways to contact me. By email: firstname.lastname@example.org (photos welcome and encouraged)
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