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  • Matthew Peiper

    1916 Sears - No. 264B145 (roomy house)

  • Shari Davenport

    1916 Sears - No. 264B145 ~ Sears' Plan No. 264B145 (later named the Arlington) is a large home with grand spaces. Its bat-wing dormer and stone fireplace certainly would have appealed to home buyers who were looking for a distinctive appearance but for whom the Craftsman-style was prerequisite. Room sizes are generous for this type of house and amenities include a maid's room adjacent to the kitchen, easy access from indoors to outside by way of three porches and a separate service entry. Upstairs a walk-in linen closet was conveniently located next to the large bathroom.

  • Kirsten Strom

    Another kit house.

  • Jacqueline Robles

    old school craftsman.... if only houses cost this much now

  • Betsy Becker

    half covered front porch

  • Meredith Nichols

    old school craftsman plan, reception hall and maid's room

  • Stacy Crosmun

    Vintage Craftsman House Plans | 1916 Sears - No. 264B145 I think this is my house

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Modern Home No. 264B206 1916 SEARS ROEBUCK MODERN HOMES A favorite subtype among the different Craftman-style bungalows was the Swiss Chalet. Some were very Swiss with exaggerated eaves and woodwork. Others, like Sears Modern Home No. 264B206, were much more modest, with the most pronounced expression being the pierced pattern in the vertical slats of the porch railing. In the 1923 catalog, this plan appears as the Westly and was offered with two different plan options. One of Sears' more popular homes, it appears in catalogs from 1913 to 1929.

Neat site and this floor plan flows well- need to add mudroom, garage and master bath. POCKET DOORS!

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