The Tulsa Sears House Lady
I've been hooked on finding and or identifying mail order homes since 2008. I'm not picky, kit homes from Sears Modern Homes, Aladdin Ready Cut, Gordon Van Tine, Wardway Homes, all of the major companies as well as the popular pattern and plan book homes built from about 1900 and on. Could you be living in one of these homes? Send me an email: email@example.com
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Bungalows are popular and attractive, but many do not care for the extreme features of the true bungalow. We have, therefore, tried to combine the bungalow appearance with that of a comfortable cottage, and the result as shown in this plan is certainly pleasing. We might call it a semi-bungalow. It has the broad low lines and the wide eaves, yet the siding, porch trim, and general exterior appearance are typical of the comfortable cottage. On the interior we depart from the bungalow by having two bedrooms on the second floor. Continue reading
The plain substantial lines, the broad shuttered Colonial windows, the living and sleeping porch, all bespeak a house that is built with comfort in mind. Since there is always a fondness for Colonial architecture, this house will remain equally satisfactory as time goes on.
See five examples of this impressive colonial home in my blogpost! Continue reading
In 1916 in Davenport, Ia Gordon Van Tine company vice president Harry Van Tine Scott gave careful thought and planning into a home for his family. The architects at Gordon Van Tine designed an impressive colonial home with every modern … Continue reading