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M______p__________________M___________ FOR SALE. O-IKfi CASH—KIT. EDEN.—Superior 3J±Q\J Modern Dwelling, 6 large rooms, square bay windows. 3 verandahs. Bft hall, steel ceilings; pantry, scullery, bathroom with porcelain bath; hot water to bath, hand-basin and sink. P.w.c. septic tank. House on stone foundations, volcanic section, 73 by 132; 1 minute from car. A wellilnlshed house. Price £875. 110 jO-lAA CASH—Few minutes Ponsonby- - 11 cV-UWrond.—New House 5 rooms, bathroom, pantry scullery, washhouse, copper and tubs, with concrete floor. Fixtures for I p.w.c; gas and water; level section. Con--1 crete pat-us. I'rice £460: bargain. 121 I C'fOK MT. EDEN. —Xlodern Dwelling, 7 I bathroom, pantry, scullery, 1 fixed cupboards and wardrobes. Venetian blinds bay window; beautifully painted and papered throughout ; 2 minutes from 2d. car, and 0 minutes from Symonds-strcet Id. section. Nice allotment. 48 FARXI AT TAPATOETOE. — 93 Acres really rich volcanic soil. All in grass and wheat and oat stubble. Owner will put stubble Into new grass. House 7 rooms, cowshed with concrete floor; large implement shed, stable, etc.. close creamery and school and railway. This is an excellent Dairy nnd Cropping Farm, nnd is well worth Inspection. Price reduced to £27 10/ an acre. Terms can be arranged. 121 G. M. K ipKCALDY ' ] HOBSON BUILDINGS, FORT-ST. DEX'ONPORT— Pretty House, 6 rooms; I bath, washhouse, fowlrun: lovely lawns; main road frontage. Easy terms. £625. DEVONPORT— New Villa of 6 rooms. very tasteful design; allotment, 50ft frontage; close to water front. £560. DE'VONPORT —Cottage of 6 rooms; large corner allotment; grand sea y.iew. Owner -wants money. £330. P "R XXT'IL'LIAXISON AND QO., HOBSON BUILDINGS, FORT-ST. 68 /"ILOSE TO AUCKLAND BY TRAXI OR V> TRAIN. 4 ACRES RICH VOLCANIC LOAM, free from stone, excellent for market gardening purposes, all fenced, etc. GOOD HOUSE, 6 rooms, and necessary conveniences. This is an ideal spot, and we can strongly recommend. Price, £1200, on terms. A. W. R EAD AM) C°--70, QUEEN-ST., AUCKLAND. "T\ U.N L O P AND /""I — FIRST FLOOR, SECURITY BLDGS., (OPPOSITE UNION BANK). l?-f -« X A—DEVONPORT, Close to Ferry S,ll.uU —Splendid Gentleman's Residence and Large Section. (' 1 IK/ I'FR FOOT—LARGE CORXO/. NER SECTION adjoining foregoing; level and free from stones. REMUERA- House of 8 roo.ms, all conveniences: beautiful harbour view; sec. 30 x 112. £700. Terms easy. CASH—New 5-roomed Villa; bathnvvv room, pantry, and scullery; washboose, c. and t.: fireplace in every room; section, 50 x 123. Balance as rent, 13/ weekly. A bargain. <>-JAA CASH, BALANCE VERY EASY owXl/U TERMS—New Dwelling, 6 large rooms; bath, pantry, scullery, wash-house ifltted with tubs); level section, 66 x 132. Balance, £550. At Mt. Roskill. jpr>7K—NEAT 5-ROOM'ED COTTAGE; o»0 I_» verandah, bay window, all modern conveniences; in thoiongh good order; right on beach at Helensville. Easy terms if reaulred. VILLA, faitbrully-bullt, best of c~O\J\J timber, 6 rooms, and all outbuildings. At Xlt. Albert. Section, 50 x 120. Terms easy. Ql7fkf\— FlNE RESIDENCE OF 7 *« uu LARGE ROOXIS AT MT. ROSKILL: h. and c. water; linen press nnd cupboards; built only 4 mouths; section, 50 x 130, level and clear of stone. Teims. O (\A A—DXVELLING SIMILAR TO THE o».U-±U FOREGOING; in the very best cider, and upon easy terms; section, 50 x 200. Xl AXA—PONSONBY—First-class Resi- °—-»-" t deuce of 7 large rooms; fixed wardrobes; everything in good order; 6oft frontage to the beach; beautiful views of the harbour. Easy terms. Section, OS x 220. f/ "I AA CASH (rlalauce £350) for 5-roomed «»-a-l/l/ Dwelling; bathroom, pantry, and ' Becfloa.-io _ 120.At Ponsonby. Q-t AA CASH, BALANCE ON EASY 3wXUU TERMS—7-roomed Dwelling; h. and c. water; stables, buggy-house, and all conveniences; section, 42 x 206 ft. Balance (£430) at 3 per ceut. O -I AKA—MT. EDEN—X'ery Attractive »J.o° u Dwelling, 8 large rooms; h. and c. water; stable and coach-house; nice garden and lawn. Easy terms. Section, 100 x 240. Good view. X'OTOO -DEVONPORT — VerT Lar S e • V/\/ Gentleman's Residence of 10 rooms; all modern conveniences; tennis und croquet lawns, well laid out garden; section, 17G x 300. Teims can be arranged. f-IQC CASH, BALANCE (OF £400) IN 3-<X_rtJ MONTHLY INSTALMENTS OF £2 —Well-built House of 7 rooms aud all conveniences. In Edendale. Section, 60 x 137. £ QO?^— KIT. EDEN—XVeII-built 6-roomed - =n " < -'t"-' House, with tower, from which beautiful views are obtained; h. and c. water, and ail conveniences; section, 65 x 180. Easy terms. NOTE—The owner Is building a House in St. Marj-'s-rd., which can lie made 7, 8, or 9 rooms, to suit purchaser. I'rice on application. X? 1 AKA—XIT. EDEN (near St. Barnabas' C - ,J - ,J " V -' Church, 2d section, beautiful laud and seascape views)— Good Dwelling, 7 or S rooms; drawing-room, 20 x 14; verandah two «ides; all conveniences; corner section. 150 x 185. -PrtOS—ELLEBSLIE— Section, 66 x 170, c*,U-*<J U j, oa w-hich Is built a good House of 6 large rooms, with all conveniences. Also, X'acaut Allotment, 60 x 170, next to above; £100. X 1 OKAA -REMT?EKA —Large Dwelling o£ n rooms; h. aud c. water; built of heart of kauri; stables and coachhouse; vciandah and balcony; gas In every room; one acre of laud, laid out in lawn and shrubs. X i "7X CASH, BALANCE (£600) IN PAY-o-l_> MENTS OF 20/ PER WEEK— New House, 0 large rooms; sfeel ceilings; h. and c. water; wide hall; veraudah; all modern conveniences. At Kingsland. pIAA CASH, BALANCE OF £050 IX WEEKLY PAYXIENTS OF 20/— New House, 8 large rooms; h. aud c. water; every convenience. This house is finished in first-class style. At Dominiou-rd. £•0 PER FT FOR SECTION, 40 x ISO, in °-'- J Glanville Tertace, off St. Stephen's Avenue, ParneU. i> QfIA—COTTA.GE OF 4 ROOXIS, MT. d ' OW EDEN, Prospect-terrace; section, o4 x 100, level aud clear of stones ¥ 7PU")—BUItNLEY-TEHKACE, MOUNT •** ' ROSKILL—XVeII-built House, 8 large u:poms. Bungalow style; all modern conveniences; good view: level section, 53 x - 130, volcanic soil. Easy terms f' — AVOXDALE — Particularly 3«XVOU Flne Residence of 10 rooms; heart of kauri tnroughout: 5 fireplaces; dlu-lug-room 23 x 14, drawing 20 x 15, bedlooms IS x 13, study 24 x IS; h. and c. ' water; dairy, stables, coach-bouse, and other outbuildings: 0 acres of land, in orchard, planted with lemons. oranges, pears! peaches, and other fruit; well fenced and 1 sheltered; gravel paths; and gcod view of surrounding countiy. Owner is sacrificing this property. Terms easy. X" RQA-COMFORTABLE HOUSE OF 6 3J\)GV ROOMS; bath, pantry, scullery, and wash-house; all In thoroughly good order; corner allotment, GO x 100. Newtonrd. (Symonds-st. end); Id section. Now let to good tenant at L-,6 per week. M 95 rpHE "JTiXrRESS JAND A GENCY, 22, COOMBES' ARCADE (Ist lloor), 01 -'* l ' EDI =X tfew doors tram), well-built 5-roomed House (U years old); bathroom, sculiery, -all conveniences. Price includes nearly" new furniture. Owner leaving colony. Bargain ' £,J-lfi~ MOL '- NT "OSKILL (near tram)! <^:rtl:v new o-roomed House; bathroom and all conveniences; good rooms; kitchen, 17 x 12, with dresser, drawees, etc ; nice verandah. Section, 50 x 13 1 X-XTK—KEMUERA, new House 6 ow-xitF rooms, bathrocm, scullery washhouse, copper, tubs, liven press Section 88 x 160. Fruit trees. Worth seeing INARMS! Farms! Farms! Some really good ones from £110 to £17 000 £850~" 45 ACUE S (handy to' Auckland ow-iuvj nno: near station). 5-roomed House; also, cottage, outbuildings, etc.. , orchard; balance In grass. Price includes cows, implements, furniture, etc. Terms. AXONDALE FLATS.—oi. Acres, all in '■ , ~>', lop: s u od v ' ater sfiPP'y; House, out- •; buildings; horse and new spring cart; , | plough, harrow, scarifier »l X'fi?UV" A TH OROUGH BARGAIN. - •i <^ KJ " JXJ Also Pig and Poultry Farm, 30 .'.acres: ten minutes from station: House; .large piggeries; fenced; well watered; pair . wagon horses; new wagon and harness; 10:1 ) I pigs; 8 miles Auckland. £625 M3S7

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 8 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 85, 10 April 1909

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