A Midwest neighborhood built entirely of Sears old “kit houses” is still standing today

It was a time when massive catalogs were the mainstay of every household, offering everything from tools to home goods.

But the most remarkable item one could order? A house.

In the early 1900s, Sears Roebuck revolutionized home buying.

Families would send thousands of dollars to Sears and eagerly await the delivery of their new home.

Imagine the excitement as 12,000 pieces of a house arrived by train, ready to be pieced together by the new homeowners.

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