The Chateau

1935 Sears Honor-Bilt Homes

1935 Sears Catalog: The Chateau

1935 Sears Catalog: The Chateau

In almost every American city where new residential developments are under way, safeguarded by well considered building restriction, houses of this or similar pattern are always in excellent standing. Reserve and good taste are characteristics of this modern adaptation of the French type home. With the common brick of the side walls painted white; with blue-green shutters and sash, and a soft brown roof, this home will stand out as an architectural gem in any neighborhood.

The living room. You are immediately impressed with this large, well-balanced room by interesting details of semi-open stairs, fireplace and good window arrangement. Dining room and carefully planned kitchen complete the first floor. Being able to get from kitchen to the front door through a passage under the main stairs is a step-saving idea. Note the large closet handy for outer wraps when entering from front or grade.

Second Floor Plan

Each bedroom has a corner location with windows on two sides to give cross ventilation. Large linen closet opens off the upstairs hall. The bathroom is located over the kitchen so all fixtures can be plumbed into one stack, saving on installation cost.

By referring to the enclosed price list, you will note that we have arranged this equipment so you can make your own selection of heating, lighting fixtures, plumbing etc. Study pages 12 to 15 and fill in blank for complete delivered cash price.

For options see enclosed price list.
See pages 62 to 63 for garages.
See pages 8 to 11 for specifications.

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