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VICTORY ESTATE.

A local syndicate have acquired that , beauuiul piece ol land on Uie west siue jj vi Dominion Koad. and extending up to Uie,Mount Aioert-Epsom Koad. i'his estate i» oniy a>bout twelve minutes' walk from the present Dominion Koad tram terminus, and lias 'been held lor r the past 50 years by the Wesley Trains- m g College. Many people have expressed surprise at these beautiful high grassy c slopes not having been cut up before _ into, building sections—commanding, as they do, such magnificent views over j Mount Eden and surrounding districts. The present owners arc bringing the estate under the Land Transfer Act, | and subdividing it into large building sites. They have decided to call it the c *■ Victory Estate." and naming the various avenues after famous leaders and " places in the great war, such as Haig, f Foch, Beatty, Cambrai, Morre, and Ad- - mlral Jellicoe has signified by letter to * the owners his pleasure in having his . name connected with a suburb of beau- - tiful Auckland. Jellicoe Avenue is now ' almost completed, and together with the ._ long frontages to Dominion and Mount . Albert Roads, will shortly ibe placed on > the market, when we have no doubt the 1 sections will meet with a verr ready , Bale.—(Ad.)

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VICTORY ESTATE., Auckland Star, Volume LI, Issue 57, 6 March 1920

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VICTORY ESTATE. Auckland Star, Volume LI, Issue 57, 6 March 1920

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