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Image from page 85 of "Honor bilt modern homes." (1921)

Identifier: HonorBiltModernHomes

Title: Honor bilt modern homes.

Year: 1921 (1920s)

Authors: Sears. Roebuck and Co.

Subjects: house plans -- catalogs domestic architecture prefabricated houses kit houses

Publisher: Sears, Roebuck & Co.

Contributing Library: MBJ collection



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hich is connectedby a door with the dining room. Another desirable featureis the shed to the left of the kitchen, also outside stairsleading to the basement, which is made of cement. Themain stairway to the second floor starts from the livingroom. The kitchen has maple flooring. Rooms are 9 ft. high. Second Floor P^,this, floor are four bedrooms, aoecona tioor hall and bathroom< Au rooms h^ve closets. The two front bedrooms are lighted by fourwindows each and the two rear bedrooms by two windowseach; fresh air in all rooms being obtained from two sidesso that ventilation is perfect. The bathroom has mapleflooring. Rooms on this floor are 8 feet 6 inches high.Basement Basement well lighted under the entire house, 7„, , x feet from floor to joists with concrete floor. We iurnish our best Quality Guaranteed mill work, shownon pages 118 and 119. Interiordoors are five-cross panel, withtrim apd flooring to match, all yel-low pine, in beautiful grain andcolor. Windows are made of clear


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SECOND FLOOR PLAN. California white pine, with good quality glass set in with best gradeof putty. Porches have fir edge grain flooring. Paint for three coats outside, your choice of color. Varnish and wood filler fortwo coats inside for doors and trim. Chicago Design hardware, see page 120. Built on a concrete foundation. No. 1 yellow pine frame construction withnarrow bevel clear cypress siding. OPTIONS Sheet Plaster and Plaster Finish to take the place ofwood lath, $251.00 extra. See page 114. Clear Red Oak for Floors, Trim and Doors in theliving room, dining room and library, $170.00 extra. Storm Doors and Windows, $133.00 extra. Screen Doors and Windows, black wire, $$4.00 extra;galvanized wire, $68.00 extra. This house can be built on a lot 40 feet wide. Built atDixon, Ohio,Grand Chain,111., Houghton,N. Y., Ant-werp, Ohio. For prices of Plumbing, Heating, Wiring, Electric Fixtures and Shades, seepage 115. Our Guarantee Protects You—Order Your House From This Book Page 82 Price



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