The Rodessa

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The Rodessa by MakerBot Nov 21, 2012
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The Sears Modern Homes where kit home sold by Sears, Roebuck and Company between 1909 and 1940. Innovative in their time, over 70,000 were sold.

The Kits included everything needed to finish the home, from lumber to electrical fittings. Sears homes can still be found in cities and towns across the United States. They stand in testament to their quality, and the people who assembled them.

The Rodessa

1919 Catalog

Modern Home #7041

List Price (in 1919): $998 to $1,189

1:64 scale

Modeled by Michael Curry based on original the listing from the Sears & Roebuck Modern Homes Catalog


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it would be great to make all of the floors lego-compatible pegs. wish I had the skills to click that into reality.

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Sweeeeet. I wish they still sold house kits... :)