- SALE. ■:■/■'•■'•- ---■p o '■-* - o" a. ii _;. QHABMING J>ESIDENCE AND^ Q.ROUNDS, __T JjAKE mAiKA'PUNA. THE PROPERTY OF MR. W. J. GEDDIS, Who is Removing to Napier. SUBSTANTIALLY BUILT DWELLING- *-> HOUSE of .Eight Rooms, bathroom, etc., gas and water laid on. Hot water service. Drawingroom and diningroom, each 20ft by 16ft. Verandah eight feet wide on three sides of the house. The property is between three and four acres, extending from the main road to the beaoh, and is beautifully laid out In croquet lawn (with tea pavilion), flower garden, kitchen garden, and paddock. Paths asphalted, and surface tile drained. The garden is all thoroughly spade trenched, and planted with Choice Varieties of Bulbs, Flowering Plants, and Shrubs. The Tramway .now in course of construction passes the front gate, and will briug the Property within 23 minutes of Queeu-st. This is a Most Desirable and Charmingly Situated Home, in a warm situation, with a northerly aspect, and will well repay inspection. T M ANDEXO JACKSON LAND AGENT AND AUCTIONEER, CUSTOMS-ST. M4S3 T7l O iR SALE. NEW G-ROOMED HOUSE, with 8 Acres Splendid Land, all cleared, partly ploughed, on main road, 10 minutes from wharf. Splendid view over three bays.—Price £320. £13(1 can remain at 5* per cent. AIso—LARGE NEW BUILDING. 26 x 38. suitable for store; good chance; no competition; 1 acre good land. £130; £30 cash Land going up here. Don't delay. .Apply L. LAUGESEN, Arkle's Bay. 7 TJIOR gALE. pENROSE. "VTEW 6-Roomcd House, washhouse, copAl per, etc.; about half-acre; 10 mins. from station. Trice, £330. * "pLLERSLI'E. CLOSE' TO STATION, Good Section 99 x 217; 30/ foot. •piPSOM. FIRST-CLASS ALLOTMENT, 165 I 150; Dmins. tram. 57/6 per ft. "VTEW TyORTH-RD. HOUSE, 7 rooms, every convenience: good section, close tram. Price, £700. A. B. S- HEBALAND AND GENERAL AGENT. U AM) 14, COOMBES' ARCADE. i AUCKLAND. M 476 W Q. A R R E T T, : LAND AGENT AND VALUER, 8, F ORT S- TMORTGAGES NEGOTIATED. . CKOpi— MT. ROSKILL.—House, 5 rooms ; 3~O*JO nu d all conveniences, on larse section; haudy to cars aud on easy terms. (7A) Jpfi7P\—rROSPECT-TERRACE, ML Ros-3-iVI I O kill.—Modern House,' 0 rooms; pantry, etc.; section, 50 x 172 ft; close to . cars. This Is a cheap property. r-fVTK—BRIXTOX-ROAD, Mt. Rosklll— g*\J I O xi cc uttle Villa of 6 rooms aud ' bathroom; scullery, pantry, washhouse, etc.; ' section. 66 x 132 ft: all laid nut iv garden; ' close to cars, and very easy terms. I.88AA) ] <yfi(i7— BURNLEY-TERRACE, Mt. Ros- I owUUI kill.—New House of 6 large ' rooms and all conveniences; on good level section, 46 x 130 ft. This is a real bargain, ' and should dot be missed. (9SA) X?-M KA—CORNER OF GRANGE-ROAD ' 3_'-LJ-«Jv» AND MT. EDEN-ROAD.—Mo-dern House of 7 rooms; bathroom, pantry, and scullery; also gas stove; gas In 0 rooms; Venetian blinds: large section, having 85ft frontage to Mt, Edeu-rd. and 145 ft to , Grange-rd. The whole property is nicely planted In garden and fruit trees. This property must be sold, as the owner has moved to another district. r« KfIA—ALBERT-RD., Devonport.—New 3JO\f\J House of 5 rooms and all conveniences; good situation. This Is worth inspection. M 137 CLOSE TO AUCKLAND BY TRAM OR 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, £1200. on terms. A. W. R KAU AND C°--79, QUEEN-ST., AUCKLAND. ORAKEI'-RD., FREEHOLD ESTATE, REMUERA. Close to Car Line. Sunny Sheltered Position. Good Views. Rich Soil. Gas and Water. Paths Tarred aud Sanded. FOR PRIVATE SALE. SECTIONS from 40/ Upwards. RESIDENCE and from J to IJ Acres; 7 Large Rooms, and every convenience. Fine sea view. m TyrANDEXo tackson, Auctioneers. Etc.. CUSTOMS-ST. E. M 513 SECTION AT KINGSLAND FOR SALE. A First-rate Building Site, about 47 _ 200, in the rising suburb of Klngsland; close to tram terminus. Price per foot, £4 5/. TPAST AND "pAST. OPP. G.P.O. MT. EDEN. —Handsome Villa, near cars. 7 rooms, bathroom, pantry, scullery, washhoUse, hot water service, .tiled grates, fernery, etc; new place, well built and every convenience. £925. WALTER TAYLOR, 27, Shortland-street. M 343 mO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. I HAVE NEW AND SECONDHAND MACHINERY OF EVERY DESCRIPTION FOB SALE. Frlces Right R. J. LAIRD, TYRONE BUILDINGS, Customs-street East. £425-H OWICK -i135 Good House, 4 rooms, all conveniences; stable, cowshed; fowl house, runs, etc.; 2 Acres good land; nicely laid out garden; good orchard; everything in first-class order; owner leaving the district. This propertymust be sold. DAVID KAY, VULCAN-LANE. MIS 6 £4_lo — p DNSONBY.—-New House, 4 cW'A'AV rooms, bath, w.h. and scullery; good timber, well built; cheap. WALTER TAYLOR, 27, Shortland-street. M 343 £A PER ACRE—62 Acres, all ploughable; jt miles from Auckland; Ideal Land for Fruft-growing; school over the road: J-mile from wharf.—HIPKINS AND MADILL, Exchange-lane, opp. Fort-st. (516 c) Ml6O -P QR(Y— MT. EDEN, NORMANBYVRIT c-wovnj (nearly opp. Cartridge Factory, Corner)— House, o rooms; bath, scullery; gas and water; iron roof; wash-house, copper and tubs: dining-room 21 x 12 ft, bedroom 12 i 12 ft; house painted green. Good vegetable garden. Must be sold. £?A A CASH (Balance £435)— KINGS■*"*" LAND (handy tram)— New, Wellbuilt House, 5 rooms; bath, pantry; gas, water; wash-house;' section, 40 _ 150, nice ' garden; elevated position. House built of kauri; all in,first-class order.• Let-15/- week- ■ ERNEST |-HOLSCHSr, 31, V (nearly op, gtar Office). ~ . ■•" 'Phone 2312, : WBI

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 5 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 87, 13 April 1909

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