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  1. There is a pink and white Stewart for sale at Flytecamp. It is featured on their intro. They are restorers of vintage trailers and build their own brand. We are fans of the vintage models because they were built to last.

  2. Does anyone have pictures of 1962 Liberty with front kitchen, cute dining room with corner cupboards, and rear bedroom with many windows? Any for sale. 55′ x 10′ Brown and white exterior. Early American drapes and furniture in original model. Was in Mobile Home Gardens, Portsmouth VA in 1963 to 65. What happened to Mobile Home Gardens?

    1. Hi Kathryn,

      I don’t have any off the top of my head but we may find one in the future. Most mobile home parks have been sold and the land used for apartments or shopping malls. Sorry!

  3. Wow!! I have never seen or even heard of two-story mobile homes before! But after seeing these photos I think they are awesome and it would be so cool to have one of these. Thanks so much for posting this and for all of your other great articles! I live in a 1994 doublewide that we paid cash for and have been trying to renovate for the past 5 years, and seeing what amazing things people have done with other mobile homes really inspires me! Hopefully one day my home will be nice enough to feature on your blog!

  4. This Stewart Gardner bi-level was purchased by my wife for restoration. It’s new home is at Lakeland Park on Lake Elsinore.
    Restoration in early 2017

  5. I seen a pink and white by-level when I was growing up and I have always wanted one. The one I seen ended up burning but, I remember it being a 1969. It was a 3 bedroom and I can still see it in my mind. I would love to find one and buy it. But, It’s only a dream for me.

  6. I recently purchased a 1966 Stewert bi-level that looks much like the one in the article. I am wondering if anyone knows if the ceiling tiles are asbestos tiles. I am going to have samples sent for testing but wondered if anyone else knew.

  7. So much better designed than current tiny houses with their lofts and ladders. What a treat. That oven is a flat out scream. Kudos to the owner for keeping it original.

    Great job as usual Crystal.

  8. You do such a great job on this site!! Please keep up the good work and keep those fantastic vintage articles coming. You have a dedicated fan in Salt Lake City.

  9. Great article on the “tri-level” and “bi-level”…I’ve actually never seen one…only in ads. I’ll keep looking…they must be very rare. Thanks for keeping us inspired to do more with less!

  10. Hi, Crystal. This was a great article about a great home. I enjoy following your site on Facebook. Keep up the great work. Theresa Glover