Kramer House

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Kramer House
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Kramer Home
The 1973 asking price for this kit was $3.00; the retail price for the kit in '74 was $4.00.  The Kramer's are still residing in Life-Like land in 1976, but the 1979 catalog no longer includes this kit.
The "S" stock number is the kit's original and the number leading with a zero was the later used by Life-Like.  The change in stock number happens with the 1974 catalog.  Like-Like also switches between calling this item a "House" and a "Home."
Click on the image directly below and you'll see the sheet provided in an early '70s example of this kit.  Below that is the window material sheet provided in the kit.


Below you'll find Life-Like's announcement for the Karmer House and its companion models.  This Typically "Suburbia" HO House Kits was a section in a Life-Like Landscaping and Scenic Materials catalog that did not include the HO-scale model trains themselves. 

Kramer Home -Assembled
A 1973 Life-Like Landscaping and Scenic Material catalog includes a section displaying pre-assembled versions of some kits.  The Kramer Home is among the kits shown.  The retail for an assembled version is $7.00 in 1973; the kit form sold then for $3.00.  I have not seen a Life-Like pre-assembled kit of this type and can not comment on its possible packaging.  Notice in the picture from the catalog that the house includes a large For Sale sign carrying the kit's name.  This too, I can not confirm as being a part of this offering.