SearsHomes reminds us of their original prefabricated kit-built homes they sold 100 years ago. The Rodessa, a bungalow, had two bedrooms and just over 500 square feet, and sold for $907. in 1910, “cut and fitted” as the advertisement says. It was simple and practical and easy to produce quickly. As MHProwNews has learned, the majority of the existing Sears Homes are in the Midwest, many in very good shape.
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