Monday, March 31, 2008

Sears & Roebuck Catalog Homes - Part 1 of 2

Modern Home #102, 1908.

Modern Home #115, 1908.

Modern Home #167, 1912.

Modern Home #154, 1913.

Modern Home #164, 1913.

Modern Home #187, 1913.

Home #2090 "The Alhambra" 1919.

Home #6003 "The Verndale" 1920.

4 comments:

Major Pepperidge said...

I love that you could buy a home from Sears!! The prices boggle the mind. They are definitely old fashioned, with relatively small rooms. They remind me of my grandparent's house in Minnesota!

Vintage Disneyland Tickets said...

Super post!!! I used to work for Sears (Canoga Park 1980-1982). We use to joke about the house's Sears used to sell, but hey, they look pretty nice! Did you know they tried to sell cars too? I believe it was thru the "Allstate" name, but was really just a an early 50's Kaiser! I think it flopped big time!

Thanks!

Viewliner Ltd. said...

There will be some more cool houses from the 20's and 30's tomorrow.

Hey Major you think its a buyers market at these prices? Awesome.

Tim, I remember that. Allstate insurance and cars nobody else would handle. LOL

Dave said...

These are amazing pics. The house in the color ad is larger than my previous impression of Sears homes.