Thanks to Kit House Aficionado Andrew Mutch, I now have pictures of a picture-perfect Wardway Norwood in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Truthfully, if I’d been driving past this Wardway Norwood, I probably would have kept driving because I would not have recognized it as a kit home!
But major kudos to Andrew for not only spotting it, but correctly identifying it! And more kudos to Andrew for sending me a picture!! 🙂
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And thanks so much to Andrew Mutch for sending along this photo!
To learn a LOT more about Wardway Homes, please click here.
To learn more about kit homes in general, visit Rebecca Hunter’s website, here.
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If I'd been the one driving past this Wardway Kit Home, I probably would have KEPT driving!! Thanks to Andrew Mutch for finding and identifying this house! (1927 catalog image). And the title of the blog, you may notice, comes from the headline above: "Good Looking and Roomy!"
Nice floor plan, too! CLASSIC foursquare design!
I love these descriptions! The plain lines are "skillfully relieved"!
Not a bad deal, either. And for $16 extra, they'll throw in some shades.
It is a good-looking house.
And here it is in Ann Arbor, Michigan! Photo is copyright 2012 Andrew Mutch and may not be used or reproduced without written permission.
Thanks again to Andrew for sending along the photos!
To learn more about how to identify kit homes, click here.
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