1955-1956 Pease Homes: The Maywood. Version 1

The home shown here includes the following alternates and extras: Broadside shingles with partial 1x4 rustic cedar siding and partial brick veneer for front elevation of home and garage; #297-B front door; single 28x28 Slide-A-Sash on side of living room and 16x28 Slide-A-Sash in side of kitchen omitted; attached garage #A 1224, door to front; single 28x28 Slide-A-Sash in side of garage; 34" overhanging cornice on front elevation of home and garage; and tension screens. 

The Maywood . . . a home with a purpose . . . providing 3 bedrooms in a rectangular plan . . . for the ever-expanding needs . . . and the budget . . . of a young, growing family. You live efficiently in the Maywood . . . with no compromise on comfort or convenience. In your large master bedroom . .. close to each child's room . . . you are instantly alert if they cry . . . yet remote enough to sleep later on Saturday morning when they're already out to play. There's room enough for a family breakfast in the 13 foot kitchen . . . plenty of space for dining in the living room of the concrete slab plan. In a basement plan, your living and dining blend in the open living style room arrangement. In either plan . . . there's no wasted space, yet no crowding . . . for your growing family.