The Sears Lewiston: A Tutorial on Their Tudorial
The Sears Lewiston was an immensely popular house for Sears, and one glance at these photos (below) tell why. It was a charming, practical, cottage-flavored house with an expandable attic and an optional raised roof (for lots of extra rooms). The diamond muntins on the front window was a nice finishing touch to give this house a hint of the Tudor’s English roots.
It was offered from 1928 to 1940 (their last catalog), and changed in appearance a bit through the years. Better than words, study these photos and you’ll learn a lot about this remarkably popular home, The Sears Lewiston.
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