The Lorain

1935 Sears Honor-Bilt Homes

1935 Sears Catalog: The Lorain

1935 Sears Catalog: The Lorain

From the modern woman’s point of view, it is almost impossible to over emphasize the importance and convenience of having a first floor bedroom.  It not only comes in handy for guest, but can be furnished to also act as a den or library.

At first glance, few would supposed that this charming Colonial house contained six large, well balanced rooms. You usually view the front entrance first and last and your impression of this should be good as it is well balanced with the rest of the exterior features – shutters on front windows – Colonial siding and circle head dormer. All exterior siding, moldings and trim of clear lumber and all protected with three coats of our famous Master-Mixed paint.

The Floor Plans

The right side of the first floor plan contains the living room and dining room, connected with wide plaster arch giving the appearance of one large room, size 11 ft. 2 in. wide by 29 ft. long. The hall which also contains the encased stair to the second floor connects the bedroom, bath and kitchen. You will find plenty of wall space for equipment and kitchen cabinets (furnished at option price) as well as cross ventilation. Refrigeration space is planned under wall cabinet unit next to entrance of grade and cellar stairs.

Second Floor Plan

A “split roof” type dormer with two windows, gives the necessary head room and light to the upstairs hall, opening from which you will find two large bedrooms and closets.

Select your garage from designs shows on pages 62 and 63.

This “Honor Bilt” home is 24 feet wide and 30 feet deep and can be built on a lot 30 feet wide.

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