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[- -' " ' FOR SALE. ; - ■ ' " Tji 0 3 Kj ALE. TJESIDEXCE AND AT T AXE rpAKAPUNA. IHE PROPERTY OF MB. W. J. GEDr>iS, Who is removing to Najjier. SUBSTANTIALLY, BUILT DWELU.NG HOUSE, of Eight Hooms, iiaia-ibbai, etc.. Gas and Water laid ou. Hot water service. Dra wins-room aud Diniug-room, each 20TL by left. Verandah eight ieet wide on ttree sides of the Uouse. The property is between three and four acres, extending from the main, road to the bea.m, and is beautifully | laid oiit In croauec lawn T (witii tea • pavilion), flower garden, Kitchen garden, and i paddock. Paths asphalted and surface tne 1 drained. The garden is all thorouahly spade trencned, and .planted with Choice Varieties I or Bulbs, Flowering Plants aud Snrubb. ' The Tramway vow In course of construe- I tion passes the fiout sate, an.i will bring the Property withing 23 minutes of Qi.e'justreet. This Is a Most Desirable and Charmingly Sltnated Home, in a warm situation, with a northerly aspect, atnt will well repay Inspection. T AT ANDEiNO TACKSON Land Agent and Auctioneer, CUSTOMS-STEEBT. M 483 JgAST AND AST. "pOINT CHEVALIEK—£6OO.—One Acre - 1 - Land; will subdivide to advantage; House, 4 rooms; stable, trapsfced; garden. T7AST AND ■p'AST. OPPOSITE G.P.O. Ml<M 0 U X T R E E AND T^VOT, REAL ESTATE AGIiNTS', V- , Uobson Buildings, SHOttTLANiJ-ST.. Cily. ■j CA ACRES, sandstone country; 80 acres -LxJyJ grass: splendid 7-roomed house, built oT best heart of tauri; subdivided. Sheepproof fences. - Exceptionally cheap. Stock can be bought if required. Very Easy Terms A VONDAX.E—63 Acres . Level Land, 4 -^J-paddock?, large ore-hard; house, 6 rooms, plenty of outbuildings; 3mins from Victoria Hall: 1 mile from railway station. Cheap WHAKATiiXB . VALLEY-3513 Acres, Maori lfase. Any reasonable offer n-ill not be refused. Owner wanting money. TSURUA —Area of 412 acres, in grass; -L splendid property; well known to us. Very cheap. ■\Ye connue. our business entirely to Real Estate Agents, and persons in -want of farms will have tbe benefit of our Mr. Rountree's :ong experience as a farmer both in the North Jf Auckland, and in the Waikatp. We have some 300 properties on our books to select from. M2S6 ■yALUABLE pROPERTY THOU gAL-B. We have for Sale in Richmond-rd., a Brick Building containing twenty rooms, capneious entrance ta'.! aud corridors. There are suitable outbnildiugs. and nearly an acre of land. The building, could easily be adapted for a Boarding School. Some of the rooms are very large. The Property is pleasantly and healthfully situated, convenient to the city. It would make a good Nursing Home.—Apply to ■pWIXGTON AND TJAKER, PREMIER BUILDINGS, CORNER OF QUEEN-ST. AND DCRHA.MST., Nest above Stewart Dawson and Co. QHEAP Tj A VONDAI>E. ABOUT 1 MILE FROM STATION. OVER -rrv ACRES, Subdivided" liito Sections as follows:— ■" acres 2 roods 39 perches. £130 3 ~ -' ~ 31) .. ■ £150 3 ~ _' ~ ::9 .. £150 3 .. -: .. 37 ~ £130 * •> 1 .. 4 ... f3BO, with hons. 4 .. 1 ~ 4 .. £210 7 „ 1 .. 21 ~ £800 4 ~ 0 ~ 32 .. £WO 9 .. - ~- 3i .. £625, with house, o ~ 3 „ 16 .. £300 Prices and full particulars on application to I rp T? pLAY, ESTATE AGENT, 12, HIS MAJESTIES ARCADE. M6S gA M. TX7 HI T E AND no., LANK AND ESTATE AGENTS, VULCAX-LAXE. .f'Cp: DEPOSIT.—A very comfortable House of 6 rooms; nearly new; In perfect order: bay -window: verandah: gas ; and water: bathroom, washhouse; good al- ■ 'Jtment: fine view. Balance, ±400. Quarterily payments. HARGKEAVES-ST.— Very fine House. 5 looms: tine view: close to Victoria l'.:rk. Price. £o<;0. Terms. ■p»i»SOM.—Very tine House, 6 rooms, S bay I windows: wide hall and verandah; I m>--re than i-aere land on the bill; fine view; j looms are very large. A fine property. £SOO. Easy terms. X." O_4 A—SICE Cottage. 4 rooms, near c " t> ** v -' Pocsonby Reservoir j REV LYNN.—Good House of 7 rooms; VJ corner section; all conveniences. Only ! £670. Very cheap. M37U i . , , ' TS, T ILLJAXf SON-STREET, Tj^PSOM (10 mißutes from Newmarket). ! PRICE REDUCED TO £440—WELLi BUILT HOKE, 5 rooms, bathroom, scullery, washhonse. workshop; allotment, 52 x ' 121 ft. Easy terms.rnHOS. "p pAHILL, I QUEEX-STREET IOFP. FORT-STREET). MS9 THERE ARE STTLL A FEW OF THE FREEHOLD ALLOTMENTS OF TiHE CELEBRATED WAIWERA HOT SPRING'S , ESTATE FOR PALE. They are perfectly level, and some have frontages to the beau- ; tiful sandy boacb. I Also—Two Well-built COTTAGES. iQnn ACRES OF BEAUTIFUL GRAZING lt>UU LAND. ON THE UPPER PORTION ;OF THE ESTATE. Greater portion cleared. I Part bush. A rare opportunity. TERMS: One-third Qash, Balance on Mortgage. Price aoid full particulars at OFFICE OF WAIWERA Cα, 22, Shorthmd-st., Auckland. Full Commission allowed to Land Agents. M4OS £750 £750 £750 EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY. QKEY J/NX. M LSI ii EALISE - I CAN OFFER ONE OF THE BESTBCILT RESIDENCES ERECTED IN . GREY LYXN. The House stands on a Corner Section, off the Kieiunond-rd. 5 minutes from Pouconby-rd. and tram; consists of 7 large and lofty rooms i 2 bay windows), spacious hall, bathroom copper tubs, tiled hearths and grates. Good level ■ section. o2 x xls. A tastefully-built and superior-looking lesidence. This is a bar-1 !gain: price fixed low in order to -ensure! ■ speedy sale. Owner must realiee imme-! 1 diatuly. Terms cau be arranged. i II For further particulais apply Q.EO. gAYERS, ;' PROPERTY AUCTIONEER, , j DUSHAJI-STKEET EAST. ' M3OS I

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 8 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 83, 7 April 1909

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