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THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, jVIAY 4, 1S90.
THE MOST VALUABLE AND ATTRACTIVE SUBDIVISION OF SUBURBAN ' PROPERTY EVER
YET PLACED BEFORE THE
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Having Intrinsic Value as to the Location, SuiTOimdings, and Size of Lots, which commends this new addition to
the thriving City of Eockville, the county seat of Montgomery County, Maryland, to the thoughtful attention of
all persons who desire to get the best value for the money invested.
The subdivision of the "Carter Farm" at Eockville has just been completed, showing about 400 OF THE
HANDSOMEST HOME SITES EVEE SEEN. This tract contains 2T0 acres, and much of it LIES WITHIN
THE COEPOEATE LIMITS OF EOCKVILLE, running out in a southwesterly direction. Close by the Depot,
Court-house, Churches, Academy, Public Schools, Fair Grounds, and but ABOUT ONE-HALF HOUE'S EIDE
FEOM WASHINGTON, Avith an accommodation of TWENTY-THEEE TEAINS DAILY.
No better selection of a suburban residence could possibly be made than right here in
Whose native inhabitants are CULTUEED, THEIFTY, SOCIAL, and POSSESS ALL THE PEESONAL
ATTEACTIONS that make home-life so enjoyable to the 1,000 or more " transients' ' who summer in their midst.
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Is especially attractive in itself, and offers every inducement for the rapid growth of the already large and
prosperous city. "
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Is plainly visible from one of its highest and most eligible points. The valley view in the direction of the "Blue
Eidge" is picturesque in the extreme. The natural formation of the land has greatly aided human skill in so sub
dividing the entire tract that NO POOE LOTS CAN BE FOUND. ALL AEE DESIEABLE, but of course
some more desirable than others. The prices of the lots have been fixed with a view to making up for any
The streets already made and open to travel are broad, many, and extensive, winding through oak and
chestnut groves, around circled parks and proposed lakes. Sidewalks are to be laid on all thoroughfares, an electric
plant for lighting is proposed, and an electric railway is in contemplation.
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Vary from fifty to upwards of one hundred feet front by different depths up to two hundred or more feet.
Are graded from $1,100 for the choicest corners down to 450, location and surroundings being taken into
100 cash; balance monthly or quarterly, with 6 per cent, interest, to suit purchasers, with a DISCOUNT
OF 10 PEE CENT. FOE CASH.
The sale of the above attractive property commences at the Eeal Estate Office of JOHN A. PEESCOTT,
1416 F street northwest, Kellogg Building, on TUESDAY, MAY 6, 1890.
Come early for the choice of sites. Descriptive Plats at Office, where all needed information may be
obtained. Persons desiring to make a selection can visit Eockville any time before day of sale.
JOHN A. PRESCOTT,
REAL ESTATE BROKER, KELLOGG BUILDING, 1416 F STREET NORTHWEST.