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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 10435, 2 October 1897
FOR SALE. JpARK, REYNOLDS, AND CO., AUCTIONEERS, VALUATORS, LAND SALESMEN, . AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, Manse street, Dunedin. All Properties Advertised in this Column at Our Own Expense. No. DUNEDIN. 373 £1,250. —Royal terrace. Eight -roomed house, conservatory, splendid view; quarter-acre. 429 £7so.—Russell street. Ten-roomed house and scullery ; 17.86 poles. 531 £1,150. —Cumberland and Howe streets. Four five-roomed houses, brick party walla ; 16 poles. 535 Great King street. 11 Annandale Arms” Hotel; quarter-acre. 616 £175. Corner Clyde and Union streets. Building site ; 55ft x 73ft. 679 £350 each.—Heriot row. Two sections, each quarter-acre, natural bush. 685 Regent road and George street. Elevenroomed house, all conveniences, high-pres-sure boiler; 32 poles. 885 £775. Elder street (off Pitt street). 9-roomed House and bathroom (good order): garden. 912 £3oo.—Upper Walker street. Building site, about 60 x 82ft 6in. 938 £Boo.—Queen street north. House of 9 rooms ; slate roof, all conveniences ; g-acre. 946 £4lO. Clyde street. Five-roomed house and bathroom and outhouses j good position, splendid order. 953 £3o3.—Russell street. Four-roomed and two-roomed cottages, eighth-acre. 972 £3so.—Princes street, Spanish Restaurant, forty-five rooms; leasehold nine years to run. £7O per annum. 595 £4oo.—Rattiay street. Shop and dwelling of eight rooms, two-stall stable. 1001 Maclaggan street, i-aore, brick and stone store or warehouse, stables. 1011 £4so.—Section, Queen street (comer Park street), 87ft x 110 f t; beautiful building site, 1013 £1,500. High street and Macandrew street corner. Large store, three flats and cellar, with offices and lift; stone and brick building; ground rent 35s per foot, full valuation; opposite ‘Daily Times’ and Railway Station. 1020 £32o.—Frederick street. S-roomed house and scullery, washhouse (built-in copper). 1027 £450. Baths Reserve, Leith street. 8-roomed house ; bay windows, verandah, every convenience; detached kitchen, large vinery, fowl run, good garden; Corporation lease twenty years, £l3 per annum, full valuation. 1030 £7so.—i-aore, three wood houses; good locality near centre of town; a good speculation. The bare land is worth the price asked. 1031 £l7s.—Athol place. Two brick cottages bringing in £26 per annum. 1032 Albert street. Choice property, 75ft x 133 it; view unsurpassed; house of nine rooms and scullery, bathroom, washhouse, workshop; one of the finest situations in the City. SOUTH DUNEDIN. 505 £165. —Four-roomed cottage, Argyle street 9.2 poles. 352 £l4o.—Four-roomed cottage (brick), Rankeillor street; 10.2 poles. 238 £llo.—Two-roomed cottage, Macandrew and Duncan streets; 23 poles. 306 £ss.—Two sections, Stafford road; 22 poles. 504 £l4o.—Three-roomed cottage, Osmond street. 588 £loo,—Section, Gisborne road; quarteracre. 793 Thomas and Melbourne streets. Six building sites. 854 £550. Macandrew road. Quarter-acre. Two four-roomed cottages and one sixroomed house ; washhouses and coppers ; well let; good investment. 882 £6s.—George street. Allotments 35 and 36. Block VI. 918 £7so.—Hillside road. 2 double-storey brick shops and dwellings ; well let; close to Ogg’s corner. 962 £l5O. —Russell street. Four-roomed Brick Cottages attached, close to Reid road and Cargill road.. 963 £Bs.—i-acre, Prince Edward road, 970 £l7o.—Sydney street. Six-roomed house, scullery, washhouse, coal shed, Venetian blinds, grates, range, etc, 984 £175. Allotment, Russell street, 10-8 poles; 5-roomed cottage. 934 £l6s.—Allotment, Russell street; 4-roomed cottage. 1003 £350. Hillside road. Three and fourroomed cottages ; large stable and carriage sheds ; nearly 4-acre; well let. 1012 £lso.—Russell street. Part Section 35, with double story brick house. 1043 £l6o.—Macandrew road, j)-acre, 3-roomed house and shed; water laid on, drained, fenced. 1043 £9o.—Melbourne road. -4-acre building site : fenced. 1045 £22 10s each.—Russell street. Allotments 40 x 70ft, close to Cargill road. FITZROY (SOUTH DUNEDIN). 791 Allotment, Helena street; 12.25 poles. 845 £22o.—Helena street; 12.25 poles, with brick cottage (four rooms); washhouse; slate roof. 969 £l3O. Corner Helena street and Macandrew road. Two building sections ; can be sold separately. MORNINGTON AND GLEN. 546 £3o.—'Quarry section, Regent street. 427 £so.—Section Apollo road. Quarter-acre. 178 £2oo.—Five-roomed house, Apollo road; half-acre. 630 £27s.—Five-roomed house, John street; 11 poles, 635 £4so.—Five-roomed house, Argyle street; quarter-acre. 800 £4o.—Four - roomed house, Carisbrook. Leasehold; quarter-acre; £5 10s per annum. 807 £4so.—Eight-roomed house, Glen Estate, St. Anne’s road ; quarter-acre. 841 £l7o.—Maryhill. Quarter - acre; fiveroomed house, shed, and garden. 843 £2o.—Williamsburgh. Building allotment, Elgin road ; 14.8 poles. 851 £4so.—The Glen. Quarter-acre, shop, and cottage (four rooms) attached, also cottage of six rooms and scullery; bath and conveniences. 999 £3OO. 4-acre, Glen road. Splendid house, seven rooms and scullery, orchard and garden. 1021 £3oo.—Acre of ground and splendid residence of 9 rooms; slate roof, stone foundations ; good view. 1036 £s2s.—Carisbrook, fronting Slain South road. 4-acre, Corporation lease (full valuation), £7 10» ground rent, wood and plaster house (eight rooms, scullery, bathroom, underground cement tank, gas fitted throughout); lovely view ; splendid garden; the residence of the late J. Stone. WOODHAUGH. 1023 £6o.—Woodend Township (near Paper Mills). 2-roomed cottage and 1-acre. OPOHO. 1037 £3o.—Building section, 4-aore, No, 6 street; nice situation ; sunny spot. NORTH-EAST VALLEY. 85 £2oo.—St. John’s "Wood. Four-roomed cottage; 17.3 poles. 292 £3so.—St. John’s Wood. Two four-roomed cottages; 20.9 poles. 587 £loo.—St. John’s Wood. Allotment, fronts Main road; 9.8 poles. 516 £7o.—Kelvin Grove, Allotment, fronts Main road ; 20.8 poles. 590 £3o.—Hayes. Allotment; over quarteracre. 599 £7oo.—Ten acres; fellmongery, pits, sheds, etc. 627 £2so.—Gordon, Five-roomed house, Blacks 1 road 789 £lßo.—Maybank, Four-roomed house, stable, garden, etc. 861 £6o.—St. John’s Wood. Three sections. Mechanic street, in block. 862 £so.—Ascotvale. Eight sections, Lucan lane and Bouverie street; good site. 881 £3o.—Morton. Building site fronting Main road, 24.3 poles. 888 £4oo.—St. John’s Wood. House 6 rooms, plastered; 1 rood 21 poles; splendid property. 911 £3so.—Calton. House of 6 rooms and bakery; 1 rood 11.2 poles; fronting Main road. 986 £7o.—Ascot Vale. Section and 4-roomed house.
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