Stewart Coach Industries, of Bristol, Indiana, was one of the first manufacturers to produce a multi-level mobile home. Their first 2-story units -8 feet wide and 40 feet long- were introduced in the early 1950s. By the mid-'60s, Stewart was building a 12-wide (50 foot long) SPLIT LEVEL home. The '65 model would be the final 2-level house trailer built by the company.
Advert from http://www.allmanufacturedhomes.com (Atlas Mobile Home Museum)
The Stewart 50' x 12' SPLIT LEVEL featured three bedrooms, 2 full baths and a separate laundry room. In this unit, the back end was actually the front. The "front" kitchen had ample counter space and the adjacent living area was especially roomy. The Upper Level was accessed by not one -but two- stairways.
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