The Collingwood

1935 Sears Honor-Bilt Homes

1935 Sears Honor Bilt Homes: The Collingwood

1935 Sears Honor Bilt Homes: The Collingwood

Here is an unusual bungalow, well suited for modern living conditions. The exterior is very practical and finds much favor on account of its simplicity. The lines of the hip roof are broken by the dormer on the front and bay projection over the dining room at the side. Living out of doors, as most of us do in summer, the front porch will be appreciated. The windows are very well designed and attractively arranged.

The Living Room. From the front porch we enter the living room which is 12 ft. 9 in. wide by 18 ft. 5 in. deep. Note the convenient and attractively designed fireplace in the left wall, on each side of which is a window, and the triple window in the front hall.

The Dining Room. The dining room is located next to the living room and is lighted by two large windows contained in the bay projection.

The Kitchen. From the dining room we pass into the kitchen where considerable thought has been given to the placing of many built-in features and practical arrangement of other equipment. The kitchen sink is located underneath the double window on the left wall, on each side of which suitable kitchen cabinets are furnished at option prices. A place for brooms, mops, etc., is formed by the closet opening off the right wall. The built-in breakfast alcove occupies the space at the rear. Table and seats for this furnished at option price.

Bedrooms. A plastered arch is used in the opening between the dining rooms and hall which connects the two bedrooms and bath.

What our Price Includes

At the base price quoted, we guarantee to furnish all material consisting of lumber, lath, millwork, flooring, shingles, building paper, hardware, metal and painting materials according to specifications. See attached price list for base price and options.

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