THE MKKO TEA HOVSE. AT HARMO>
Harmon is the only high clcss residential property on the Hudson -Ri-Ver for sale at sac» loco
iJL., „«,* stich easy terms. It tvill pay you to -Visit it.
For the beauty of its surroundings, accessibility from the
city, its miles of water frontage on both the Hudson and the
C- boo Rivers, its many beautiful views and shady drives,
Harmon is unsurpassed. City improvements have been installed,
and nature has been assisted wherever possible to add to the great
natural heautv of Harmon.
SPECIAL TRAIN TO-DAY. JUNE 14
0" """ leaving Grand Central Station (Lexington Avenue 4 PA|| Bfl Free tickets can be secured from either office or from our
$i)own Terminal) at 1 fill UHj representatives wearing yellow badge at either station 15
Secures A ctnp be madf at 125 th stree^ station 10 minutes g||llf |-If 111 1 minutes before trair time nr ihe train gate .
Any Site j at€r> ■■%r^r ■ ■ ■■■■
WOOD, HARMON 8c CO.,
«* — — — — — —
0\ HAVEESTBAW BAY.
?DiT7f o/ JLa77i Low? Owf for Sub
urban Home Sites.
Ot a point of land jotting' into the Hudson In
arerstraw Bay. at Crufrsrs. a colony is to be
tSihliEhed. The point Is not large. There la lust
•MX lor Fixteen roomy home sites, and these are
a be 6012 under reetricilons that will Insure
mar — One that may h* objectionable. The
:*■• Is Jast ilj swill miles from th«» Grand
'etrjd Etatior.. cr about one hour on the regular
Sa. Be far does this section Jut into the river
i*. with the bend, there is an extension westward
'■b eaoofrh to briag New York City into view with
itS r.aa»*<: on a dear day. Back of the point i*
2* rairoad tunnel, and a etre«t has been laid out,
«5tS Battery Place. The situation precludes a
Qok« c2 of the view of the river In any dlreo
5a lar.il trait R«ro!r«d by James Jay Smith, of
*»• » Eart 4Sd »treet. He has had It laid out for
*■■■« purposes. There are large trees on the- ,
SR.au* a plentlrul supply of rock for the build- •
*! tf yifrs. The lots ere very deep, allowing of
l l»tt deal of elbow room. The river gives op-
S^s^ity for boatins and fling, and there are
*Cty el 2ak in this section of the river. Oppo
c-« is Eaverstraw. and 3ust north of that place Is
*■» Point. *id river scenery here Is remarkably
■MM. The prices for the lots will rang* from
*to »». with eaey terms. As It Is within the
Ce =taUos wee of tJie New Tork Central, it wilj
th» bese*t ot the best train service.
ACTIVITY AT VALLEY STREAM.
.*• HeConsaok Real B«Uit« Company,
*■ »i»n :>-.- development* or. I>on«- lalaad. re
>Wl «a*t there la a. lar»«r inquiry for .üburbea
"** «Uee. tad taat thl« lia* *>*•= iadicatfid by th«
**« Vaaey Btreaci. Jr. the Ust week tJ» com-
MM at Tana* Btreain to A. M Mohor a plot
**«« la ITalrvlew *«.: J. J- Dnntolber«. a
it* in Cottage «t.; Dr. H. KaUeabr*k«-.
*»«**. >►• In r^r^i""- » v '- • F. & K. HaM,
1 tot «nu» r*rt in Cottage «*-: J"b" ©■!>•-
si«s. e*ch 4<««1 ieet. In Oxford at.; T. and
, T «>7. * plot 4©xl» feet In Valley Stream
««a*T»ra : T. E. Moter. a plot 40tlOO feet in M ° -
Vie «. *ai Acueduct «v*.. and to B. Baiter. a
"**o» I«et In Fairvlew *v«.
*■ r-m. Park— To Frank "Waterman, a plot «x
St^- !• ly«art St.; W. R. LramNirt. a plot 4/>xKr.
J*-fcPU»«f ; Gforg* H. Thompson, a plot 40x100
* te Poplar ft.; H. 6*y<J. «W« feet in Spruce
fi!?* Lalb. a plot ♦ )xl£K) feet, in Birch ** F.
vJ^W. * plot 40x100 f*et- In "Willow Et.; F. X.
»r '' • Plot 40x100 feet in Carnation aye.; A. B
>*. «■ Plot 40x100 f«t in Flalnfleld ■« • ■■■
2? 10 - • Not 60XKX) fe«t in Locust ft.; Addle
'•; • riot ttxMO feet In liOcu** at., and to Ed,
*■- a Jchrston. a plot 40xlW feet, la Spruce at.
** ttOfi.ooo" APAE.TICEKT PEOJECT
*'---' «ory Epartment !:»u« la to be built
W •' '-toon Realty Company, of which L b.
* pr«£ii tat at the southeast corner of River
fc *^« lad lath Ft. It will be of the Ben.!.-
w vita facade, of brick trimmed with
/T* 9 It will front IM feet In the Drive and
.*« to the « u ,*t.
14? * bo apartment* for two famine* on
I* S4 Kits the exception of th« baaement and
fefL* 1 ' 1 *ii»cfc will be fitted «o that part will be j
ifc'i^SW by two famlljes. The buildinr to to
' **i«l. fcw.wfcna & Groea axe tna architect*, '
£>v Third Rail^ Along Thb +ludson-
XEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE, SUXDAY, JUNE 14, 1908.
THE BEAITiriL CROTON RIVER. WHERE TOr MAY ENJOY CANOEIX. AND IU WAIt.K
SrORTS TO THEIR FtXLEST EXTENT.
Those purchasing now
will be allowed free
the privilege of camp
ing on the banks of
the Croton River all
WHY IS HARMON SO POPULAR?
WHY ARE LOTS SELLING SO FAST?
$1,246,473 worth of property sold at Harmon to date.
I— THERE MTTST BE A REASON- CAN YOU FIND IT? H"
— Send in your answer to the above questions, using; not over 100 word* Th« J~
«^ best reasons entitle the writer $1,000 pJxE* D
"^ tO * 7AA home [1
1 The Second Best a....^ • • lUU SITE f~
_ QAA BUNGALOW ™
The ThlrJ Beet a * OUU s;ite ■—
= The contest will close Sort 1. and prixes will be awarded on Labor Day. _
"• Sept. T. The Fri*e Committee consists of five prominent professional men uei j^
•mm TOUR Answer In To-day.
Real California * |
C A number of real California bungalow* will be built immediately in Park
-the- Hudson containing all the quaint and attractive features which
have made these bungalows famous the country over. It is just the type of
home thousands of New York apartment dwellers have wanted for years.
Two — low sloping roof. Mission and French chalet types,, with extra
large living rooms, cozy fire-places of rough dressed stone— beamed ceilings,
light, airy chambers— just solid comfort from top to bottom.
CSo much for the bungalows. . - 0 j
C Now imagine an attractive home such as we have briefly described in a
setting with all the beauty possessed by
Oi\- the- Hudson
"•THE SUBURB BEAUTIFUL"
— forest of old shade trees— nearly a hundred attractive homes— a pic
turesque lake filled with lotus flowers— club house— flowering shrubs and
vine* everywhere— you have a combination of attractiveness unlike any
ether residential community about New York.
C It is impossible to tell in type the exquisite beauty of this community
turf picture in your mind the most beautiful section of Central Park picked
up by giant hands and placed upon an elevation more than 300 feet above
and overlooking the Hudson River— you will have a faint idea of Park
Hill's unusual attractiveness.
How To Get There :
IT Subway (K«i«»bn<J r Expiei.) »° 230 th Si. •ad 10-miaate trolley nd«
' p. l U.ll_d»v and night service. Or Sixth and Ninth Aye. Elevated,
loanttinV "«» &— D.»u«o« .1 N. Y. Central. Or Main Line N. V
Central to Ycnkers and a 5-minute trolley «enrke right to
.Jo*».m. .Park Hill-
Office mad «b*iM <lf«.tfy «pp«i»te Parti MB ttattoa.
Rcpr«MHUti«a« tk*f« every «lsy ■
Q~ 5*W /•' hemull/nlly illuttmlei booklet if FACTS
I F«,n«W teas ./»»•«*. siojsßjoo.4t
* 80S Night and Day Bank Building, New York
Telephone, 3586— 3« th St.
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aptfiivw 01 lUiMranweMwhcHtPßiwirf.
C Th'W Jeirint »<}v«nce information thauM communicate with ihi» osVoi <*
<oc , . only • limited r.j»bfi of bungalow* will be built Pnccs. complete.
£idudaf plat. Ron $ 0.000 to 1 2.000. • Coaveoint tmni. ■
TO LIVE AT
IS TO LIVE INDEED.
315 Madison Avc, moee 2326 38tn st. 1
Harlem Branch 42 West 125 th Ste Phone 1054 Harlem . |
To those building at once at Harmon $.50,000 in gold is
offered. We have nearly a thousand plans on file in our office,
and if you find among them none that exactly meet your ideas,
we will take pleasure in having our architect draw up a special set.
Why not inquire to-day?
GENTLEMEN'S ESTATES ScmSS kit,™
■*^l^ DOBES rtRRY r.a»fl y -'HASTINGS - (|-ONJj -HUPAQm.n V
consists of a very large acreage located in the centre of the most
aristocratic district of this beautiful section. Every city improve
ment is installed NOW in a Complete System ot Sewers, Jgg
Pressure Water Sen-ice. Gas. Electric Light etc.. etc I>r „
arc all lighted ifith U'ehback lamps. From this property mag
nificent vfews of the Hudson, the Palisades and surrpimdxngr com
in r are obtainable. River View Manor is divided into estates of
U OF \\ r A.CRE TO 20 ACRES.
NOTHING LIKE IT WAS EVER OFFERED BEFORE.
* If you ever want a home where even- environment is ideal and
where there are no mosquitoes, write for our booklet.
HASTINGS HOMES CO.
ssssssss? — %£K
SECTION NO. 11
An Addition to
Will be open for public Rale
SATURDAY, JUNE 20TH. AND SUNDAY. JUNE 2 1 ST.
In order to secure a choice location
SEE THE PROPERTY
"WAKEFIELD PARK REALTY CO.,
314 Madison Avenue, New \ork.
mo RENT FROM JUNE I&TH TO FBrTEMBBB t«TH.
1 exceptionally »•" equtpp».l country estate el' two
hundred acre., aear Summit K. J.. manor House, contains
23 rooms and ■*■ baths: «Itu*te In centre of six-«<r« P»rk.
ec&talauss terrao. a-srdens and tea greens, fully fomJSttaa
and electric lit. steam heat, telephorn and other in>pr<n»
ments; gardener and a* (r»« laundress). «nd MM
man s«pM; owner will leare kufflci»nt horses for ten
ant's acrnniin«4»tlon. all vegetables, fruit, eggs, chick
ens, etc. on place; aJ*o garape and tenant house; prtc»
reasonable to A?slrab!» tenant. Address BOBT. F. ML'lr-
XJKB. Jr.. 184 i;«maaa it.. Brooklyn. Xi. T.
THE MUO GATE AT HAJUfO.V
I $290 -"■«
a DBUOHtni. V -LA. (HAVING V* COM3»XT-
A- ,rs> home, with city cix»vent«ne«« : hour out. la mtm
beautiful »*cttoa New Jer»»r: about W> acr«« rlca •*!.
50rt f«et frtmtai* twlth noMat aia^»aUo. oa aia«a4aa
atr«»r. el#ctri?aUy li»hi*<i. <-.id fa»Mon#d country co«taaja>
aaaas* — painted, with eight rooms. bath, toi>t.
elect lights, hot water beat, city water, summer kl:chea
and p»«nliom». within Cv-» blocks of tUh acfeoeL tr»«Ooa
line churches postoSk* and stores: tw«li» minutes"
from station; .-ortaire for Help, carriage- house, stable
workshop, ohi-B«n houses, etc.; taauiiful stream taM wtt»
muddy banks, dry tn »ummer>. walled up. always two t*>\
deep, with clear, hrt«ht wat*r; acre lake, wits fish:
«m»ller <«n». with water Miles: hundreds of onsamantal
pUnts and »hrut*. t»o splendid erove»; all in ascel>at
order and Terr attractive, •••^eral n»tds in *rass; Stl.OOi>;
•*»>• terms. Addr«aa> USENCVMBERED. 13&2 Broadway.
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