As the song goes, “One of these things doesn’t belong.”
In Hopewell, they’re really struggling with this concept as it applies to Sears Homes.
One of the houses above is different from the others.
If you guessed the brick house wth the metal casement windows, you’re right!
In 2003, Hopewell was promoting a brochure (showcasing a driving tour of alleged kit homes in Crescent Hills neighborhood) that identified this brick house as a Sears Dover.
Whoopsie! That’s not a Sears Dover!
The other three houses (that look just alike) are the Sears Dover.
More recently, Hopewell has modified this statement and now claims that this brick house is a Sears Maplewood.
Let’s see how that works.
Do these houses look anything alike to you?
Well, they both have windows! And a roof! And a door!
But that’s about it.
To learn more about how to distinguish differences in certain objects, click here.
Thanks to Rebecca Hunter for the use of her photograph above (the blue Maplewood). You can visit Rebecca’s website here.
I’ve written a great deal about Hopewell.
And if you want to read about the eight real Sears Homes in Crescent Hills, click here.
Ruh-roh! The town of Hopewell doesn’t stand a chance–they are sooo busted!
I am truly enjoying all these website/Facebook postings exposing this town and their many “pre-fabrications!”.
Your sense of humor is priceless when you caption some of these photos pointing out the obvious.
They must be assuming that changes were made to the houses over the years by the homeowners since the houses do not look exactly like the catalog photos.