The Van Jean Then and Now

The Van Jean Sears Honor Bilt Homes: 1928

PINE MANOR’s Building Plans
The Van Jean is an unusually well arranged Dutch Colonial house. It has many special features not generally found in houses of this price. It has a charming entrance that gives an atmosphere of welcome. It has Colonial windows with divided lights above and one light below. Add to this the white siding and contrasting red or green roof with the red brick chimney and you have a home that is sure to charm the most critical.

Van Jean Floor Plan

The interior is cleverly planned. While it has the latest conveniences, the price is unusually low. Why? Because of careful planning and no wasted space. If a house of this size meets with your requirements, you will make no mistake in selecting the Van Jean. Built by Axel Lonnquist – the developer of the golf course which was added 1929.

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