The Milford

1935 Sears Honor-Bilt Homes

1935 Sears Catalog: The Milford

1935 Sears Catalog: The Milford

Experience has taught that it does not pay to start building without complete detailed architectural plans, specifications, construction contract forms and a responsible source to purchase materials and equipment which will give you the service you may rightly claim.

Each purchaser of an “Honor Bilt” home gets this necessary service, and more. We pass on to you, the saving which can only be obtained from years of experience in building homes and the purchasing power which belongs to the World’s Largest Dealer in building materials and equipment.

The Milford is another true example of the Cape Cod New England home, more popular today than ever. A home like the Milford is a credit to you, your family and every neighborhood. This home expresses good taste on account of its carefully planned architectural details.

Slat type shutters, clear Red Cedar shingles, Colonial entrance and well balanced dormers- simply but carefully handled.

The First Floor Plan

From solid 6-panel front door, we enter the central hall containing semi-open stairs and large closet for outer wraps. Elimination of waste space makes for large practical rooms. The living room is 12 ft. 1 in. wide by 21 ft. 1in. long with good window grouping, plenty of wall space and attractive fireplace.

Glance at the floor plan of the kitchen. What an ideal work center! Plenty of room for all necessary equipment and a dining alcove which is desirable feature in every home. When the children come in the back door, a closet is handy for their outer clothes, also large enough for broom storage, etc.

Second Floor Plan

Large light bedrooms are the envy of every housewife - here you can have two exceptional rooms on the second floor of this home. Each room being 12 ft 1 in, by 17 ft. 3 in. Plenty of room for twin beds and other equipment. Also large closets and a well arranged bath. Linen closet and extra storage space opens off hall.


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