My great grandmother had a Sears home,a small bungalow built in the 1920's. It was a tiny, two bedroom home. So small,in fact, my grandmother did not have a bedroom, but slept in the living room as a girl.
I loved that home. It's still around,but no longer in the family, sadly. However, the current owners are keeping it in good condition, so not all is lost.
I just love,love,love looking at these houses! They are just so interesting. To think you could order a home, everything you needed, is really clever. And they were made of excellent quality materials that would last almost forever.
There exist two reproduction Sears houses at a state park that we love. We enjoy walking through them.
And finally, we visited one that belonged to Laura Ingalls Wilder at Rocky Ridge Farm in Missouri. It was a gift from her daughter. Imagine!