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Real Estate Opportunities in City and Suburbs for Tribune Readers^
REAL ESTAT? AT AUCTION
REAL ESTATE AT AUCTiON
REAL ESTATE AI ALI---.
REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION
REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION
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REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION
SEE WHAT COLUMPIA COLLEGE DID FOR MORNINGSIDE HEIGHTS!!
Buy lots at your own price, at the Claflm Estate on University Heights. Absolute Auction Sale NEXT TUESDAY
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This is the Columbia University section of Manhattan. These are the splendid buildings erected north of the University?all
on land that only a few years ago was vacant, unimproved and inaccessible, held by a few old estates.
? "Follow the Arrows" <J^?ai Estate is Afe?haiid?se
"Follow the Arrows" ^
READ this actual photogmph of University Heights shown below, as you would a book.
NOTE that present line of building stops short at the Claflin Estate, which, crossing University
Ave., blocks northerly growth along that great artery.
H. B. CLAFLIN, the Merchant Prince, bought these 471 lots as farm lands in 1866.
His family held the property for half a century.
NOW, transit has come, practically girdling the property.
POPULATION has followed?is demanding that the Claflin Estate property be broken up
for its use.
IT WILL BE SOLD to you in lots at public auction next Tuesday.
LOANS for building are to be obtained from some of the city's most prominent lenders on
bond and mortgage.
T IS E Y have confidence in the section and its future. Why shouldn't you ?
THIS property must be SO?d in 471 separate lots, to the highest bidders, for whatever
they may bring by public auction at the Real Estate Exchange Salesroom, 14 Vesey St.
NEXT TUESDAY, SEPT. 23rd, at 12 o'clock noon, until every lot has been sold.
50% May remain on mortgage three years @ 4^%
>%
5%%
Visit the Claflin Estate Property Today?Take the Lexington
Avenue Subway, Sixth Avenue Elevated or the Ninth. Avenue
Elevated, all of which run for a five-cent fare up Jerome Avenue,
and get off at Kingsbridge Road Station.
Title Guarantee & Trust Co. Policies Free of Charge.
Send for Bookmap
31 Nassau St.
N. Y. C.
Te!. Rector 6500
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University Heights Looking North From New York University?A Fine Class of Detached Dwellings and High-grade Apartments.
With the Claflin Estate Auction Sale, University Heights, in the Jerome Park Reservoir Sectian of the West Bronx, and on the Line of the Jerome Avenue Subway
Should Become Another Morningside and Cathedral Heights.
THINK OF WHAT IT MEANS TO YOU TO GET A CLAFLIN LOT ON UNIVERSITY HEIfiHTS??,ftfiK?Ritvi
ItO?'Ol (.H OF QUEENS
ISO KO LOU OF QUEENS
Write for
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Ease Found&tlo?
Homes Co.
Tores. S)ill$ ?arctens
FIFTEEN MINUTES FROM PENN. STATION
LAND Is the most secure of all Investments, therefor?
It Is called. In contradistinction to other types of In
vestment, REAL ESTATE.
TRANSPORTATION and -lecesi-lbllity are the fundamental
principles that enhanco tho value of REAL ESTATE.
Improved transportation has brought Forest Hills ?lar?
dons within fifteen minutes of tho cintro of Manhattan.
BUILDING operations have been resumed. The increased
cost uf building Is offset by the low urlco of the land.
Mar.;, people are purchasing plots and having plans pre?
pared. Our belief that prices are ?'tuple?even though
higher than pr? -war prices?is confirmed by the? fact that
the SACK FOUNDATION HOMES CO. is at present build?
ing 25 houses, costing qver three-quarters o? a million
dollars. \\ e urn? upon those contemplating owning a
home the early selection of a building site.
THE KEA1. ESTATE business* Is In a better position now
ihnn at any timo since 19U7, therefore hind prices are sure
to increase.
BUY LAND NOW
47 West *<th St.
N?w Toi?
Forest Hills,
Long Island
AT FLUSHING
Heady for Occupancy
A new brick and tile Kirglish cottagt*.
T largo rooms, 0' baths, centre hull, sleop
i:ig porch and nun parlor; open fireplaces;
briol?, garage. Jt??st location in Flushing,
fee representative on premises, Beach
Street, west of Parsons Avenue, Flush?
ing, or
J. W. DOOLITTLE.
Wool worth Hid?. Phone, Barclay 7294. '
Fdgs-wortli Siultli?One West S4th Si,
NEW Hi M IALOAV3 at
NEPONSIT
$4.."?00 till?! ??H-LIO on eusy terms.
H. L. SIMPSON, I VV. otth St. Greoloy 0T4?. \
UAI I IC l?' rooms, bath?, gas, electricity, i
nUL.L.IO parquetry throughout; Are-|
(proof ga/-aite. bear station; $10,600, Tenus. |
<?<?*. V Ray nor. 10.j Broadway.
AT FLUSH?NG
READY FOR OCCUPANCY
A new bri^K and tile English cottage; 7
large rooms, ? baths; contre hull; sleep?
ing porch and run parlor; open fire?
places; brick garage. Best location In
Flushing. See representative on promises,
Beech st., \?? >?. of Parsons ave., Flush
J. VV. DOOLITTLE,
Woolwortb Hlilg. Phono Barclay 7294.
THE HISTORY 01- WASHINGTON HEUiKT?
IS BEING ROI-lATCD 4T
JACKSON PE1GHTS
Queensbom Com . Bridge i'la.^a. L. I. Cty,
NORTH SHORE PROPERTIES
SALE OR RENT .-.rON'l) FOR LIdT.
L'ECLUSE, VVASHBURN 4 CO.,
Tel. :00j?Gietley. 1 n'eut 34tU St., N. Y.
LONG ISLAND I I.OM; ISLAND
v Houses for Sale on Long Island
0-room house, 1 acre of land, fine trees. $4,350
7-rootn house, beautiful corner plot, nearly acre, of ground. $5,100
7-i'oom house, all modern improvements, corner plot, 100x100. $4,750
7-room house, corner plot, 100x100, beautiful shade trees. $4,500
8-room house, large plot of ground, bargain ?to. $5,250
8-room house, 2 acres of land, garage, peach orchard, large
garden . $S,500
2 exceptionally well built 10-room houses, with large plots of ground,
??arden, garage, chicken run, $12,000 and $14,r>00; cannot be built for
$25,000 to-day; these aro two especially attractive home properties.
BRENTWOOD REALTY COMPANY,
Tel. Madison Square 6124. 1270 Broadway.
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Manufacturer or
Builder ?
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200 APKKS ON MERKICK ROAD
EXTENDING TO THE HAY. ,
Two miles \?a!.??r front? deep crijek awl yacht jj
"-in:';r r directly on mart; half .? mile ?? ? I t
i ? : i ? I large anufacturlng community, with e ?1
I schools, burchos. Up? department, theatres, ?j
! ?luting, "ilihig; one hour nut; offers wonder- ?j
ful opportunity i r housing proposition for ?i
Tlio property will b.? sold at loss than a?;y i
?Inillnr property on south .:.?:? j
JEREM?AH ROBBINS
[Jiibylon, L. 1. Tel. Babylon 'Oi. j
READY for occupancy, 2 new Colonial
bungalows, tiled b.'th. mus. electric
lights, hot water heat; Windsor Ave..
Brig ht wat ers, L. 1. Price $8,600. Inspect
und tin'ii s???* local broker or James R. K.is?? ;
Co., 005 Xostrand Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y.
TO SETTLE AN* ESTATE?A beautiful I
corner in Jamaica Estates; will be s;ir- ?
rlti.I; 125x120; at Aberdeen nnd Tryon
Roads. Particulars 11. i;. Jackson, 349
Broadway, City.
BOROUGH OF QUEEN'S
BARGAIN?Several two-family houses In |
good location, modern Improvements; j
from ?5.000 to J8.000. Act quick! Hi.fler
iiHii & Grogan, 000 Pulton st., Jamaica
tButler Building., entra?en Twombly pi.), I
PORT WASHINGTON-.
Dutch Colonia! dwelling, 7 rooms and
>.ib. modern improvements; garage
orner, 100x110; well planted grounds,
Frame dwelling, 7 rooms and bath
iteam h'?at ; corner plot. 100x100.910,000
Frame dwelling, 9 rooms and bath,
ot water heat, storm windows, awn
!:?,-;?; garage; g lod lawn; OOO.xIOh.
- ?M.SOfl
Shorefront Colonial brl?:k residence,
0 rooms. ; baths, 0 toilets; garage
rivatc beach; 100x350.$45,000
BRINTOTC. BELL !
?Phone "?>. Port Washington, L. I. I
Phone 5(173 Oreeley. 47 W. 04 St., N. Y I
First?We rent you a house
Second We sell you a home site
Third You select plans of house
Fourth In 90 days you move in
YOUR OWN HOME
You save from ""1,'iO? to $2.000 on tho
transaction an?'. t:io easy payment plan
Is of further assistance.
The place is tho choleo home community
on Long Island, an hour from Herald
Square, or Wall Street. Call or write. j
W. D. MORGAN
Jad door, 1 W. 34th St., N. X. |
LONO ISLAND
Locust Valley
Country place of 11 acres. New
brick residence; living room,
library, dining room, kitchen,
pantry ;ind servants' dining
room, o;i llrst Ihxir; 0 muster's
bedrooms, sewing room, dress?
ing room, 4 baths, nnd sleeping
porch, 4 servants' rooms and
bath, all modern conveniences,
rooms of splendid proportions;
furniture specially built; garage.
for 5 cars, with gardener's and
chauffeur's quarters; beautiful
grounds, trees and gardens; ex
lenslve views of Long Islan 1
Sound. Death In family brings
thi?: handsome estata Into th?
market for Immediate disposal.
Kenneth Ives & Co.,
East 43nd SI. .Murray Jiill OOO
ONE of tho most attractive new Bunga?
lows at Wcatholnie, Long Beach, on 40x
50 plot; good for the year round; can bo
bougnt for Kss than It could ba built and
on very easy terms What you pay for
city rent will buy this line home at beau?
tiful Long Beach, In the new commuting
??one. For particulars address Box 39,
Long Beach, L. 1.
We still hav?; several fine new six-room
Bungalows at Westholmo, Long Beach,
that con ho purchased on ternm equal to
low rental baMs. All Improvements,
Nothing like them anywhere for price,
convenience ami pleasant surroundings.
See them to-day, or write Shore Bunga?
lows, Inc., Westholme, Long Beach, L. I.
Great Neck to HunHngron
f North Share of Long Island Estate!,
$10.000 io $200.000.
I BAKER CROWELL, INC.
47 West 34ih Street.
ARTISTIC New England Colonial Cottago,
five rooms and bath; all city Improve?
ments; lar?-?- brick fireplace, New ami de?
lightfully located. Moderate cost; excep?
tional terms. Bux 39, or phono 4CJ W,
L?ing Beach. L. I. ,
I?'OH SALK?House, at Merrlck, six rooms
and bath, barn; six lota; all Improvements;
five minutes' walk from depot. J. HAJtMOK,
Merrlck, L. 1. Price ?4,?500.
LONG ISLAND
Specialists In L. I.
North Shore Homes.
Plots, Acreage and
Estates.
220 If nay, N. Y. C.
Phone ?,'ort. 3202.
and Little Neck Load,
. Phono Bayslde 886.
(We specialize In properties in \
GREAT NF.CK MANHASSET 1
PLANDOME I
I C VkTCYl P 1070 H<*-d-ra.T. M*. Y ?
1. Ka. WULr,Te|. Mau. Sq. ?Hl/
t SOt'TII ?IEMFSTEAD?New stucco, 7 I
rooms, bath, electricity, garage, 2 acres,
restricted; $17.000; terms. Oeo. Raynor,
1270 Broadway.
COIXKG1C POINT, L. I.
FOR SALB.?IDEAL MANUFACTURING
site, 0,000 feet of waterfront, with 70
acres, deep water; Pennsylvania-Long Isl?
and Railroad connection; price very moder?
ate. JOHN W. LAPP. College Point. L. I.
HOUSES TO RENT
I WILL RENT YOU A HOUSE
for $50 per month
lu highly restricted
11. ra.d Square or
If you buy a 1
suburb, an hour fr
: Wall St.
! Can buill a house in f,0 days on selected
; plan, and for SLuini to JO 000 less than any
'other property, with the same advantages.
| Better call and talk the proposition over
l beforo they are all gone.
It. 8. PALMER
2nd floor, 1 \V. 34th H*., N. V.
FURNISHED HOUSES TO LET
EAST FIFTIES"?4-story and basement;
completely furnished; electric light ;'coal
?for winter; never rented before. For win
I ter or by year S. C. II., Room 1600, 40
! Cellar Street, City.
I CBDARHURST.10 rooms, .". bath.-,; beat
condition; furnished; coal; October to
I May. Address A.. 61 Broadway. Room 2210.
; MONEY WANTED ON MORTGAGES
I WANTED.?LOAN W $260.000 ON WA
turfront property, appraised $1.000.000.
Liberal bonus will be fciveo. R., Box 40,
j Tribune Ofhce.
REAL ESTATE AT ACCTIOr? SEAL ESTATE AT ACCT10?
Tbe greatest port on the South Atlantic Coast is
NORFOLK, VA.,
AT WHICH PORT I AM OFFERING THE LARGEST
AND BEST LOCATED. WHARF AND
WAREHOUSE PROPERTY AT
Public Auction Sale
on
Wednesday, October 1st
at 12 o'clock noon, on the premises
This properly is located on the Portsmouth side of Norfolk Harbor, in dot?
proximity to ihe United Stares Navy Yard. It i? owned by the Seaboard Whtrf
& Warehouse Company, and has been operated successfully for the past thirty
year? until taken over by the ?Navy Department at the beginning of the Grej?
War, to meet ihe necessary expansion and demands of the Navy Yard. Th.
Navy Department's lease has expired and immediate possession o? the propertv
can be given to the successful purchaser.
The property will be sold in two parcels, and as a whole as followtt
Parcel No. 1?Large wharf with dock alongside, with frontage of aboil
116.28 feet and a depth of about 459.57 feet
Parcel No. 2?Large Wharf with three docks and ?paci?os brick and corf--,
gated iron warehouses, with a frontage of about 702.11 fed
and a depth of about 434 feet.
The property will then be offered as a whole, including parcels number oth
and number two, total frontage of 818.39 feet and an average depth of 4?$6Jg
feet, to a wide paved street in the rear, including all improvements referred to m
parcel No. 2.
Ihe offering of this property at public auction pre-.enfs an exceptional op?
portunity to investors as weil as to r-u*inr?s enterprises thai require centra!!?,?
located water front properly. It is situated on i ir*.t Street, between l'art a-j
Randolph Streets, eas'ly accessible by direct connection, and connection throuvfi
the Belt Line with the eight Irunk lines that center in Norfolk; and easy hauling
over paved streets tor local delivery in the two cili?s.
There is a depth of water in the channel at the pier headline of forty (40)
feet, with enough depih in all water docks, all of which have recently beeo
dredged. Ships and lighters can be unloaded by hand direct to warehouse.
Present buildings on the property contain about 100,000 square feet of 9o?r
space.
Four railroad sidings traverse the property.
All bulkheads, buildings, and in fact the entire property, is in excellent
condition. Any ship with a draught up to thirty-five (35) feet can dock at thei?
wharves. Excellent labor market.
66 2-3% of the purchase price can be carried at a first mortgage c?
the property, at 6% interest.
For full particulars and booklet apply to
31 Nassau St., If j ? yr) M Typhon?
N. y. city. ^-?rfTfu A/a Jrnhu? ??"? *?????
For Whatever They May Bring to Close the
Estate of Martha T. Willets, deed.
Robert H. Willets, Stephen T. Willets, Alfred Gardner and
Wilson JM. Powell, Executors.
In Heart cf Business and Residential Section
of the County Seat of Nassau County,
ADJOINING L. I. RAILROAD STATION
On Main and Front Streets
Mine?la Blvd., Old Country Road, Willis Ave. and
adjacent avenues and streets.
Saturday, Sept. 27th
At 2 P. M., on the Premises, Rain or Shine, under Tent
60% may remain on mortgage for 3 years at 5%
Title policies from Lawyers Title ins. & Trust Co.
WILSON M. POWELL, Esq., Atty., 7 Wall St., N. Y.
Send for Boofcmap
31 Nassau St., New York City.
Telrphinie li?>olor COCO
UNFURNISHED APARTM'TS TO LET | UNFURNISHED APARTM'TS TO LET
347 West 55th Street
S STORIES?FIREPROOF
Apartments With Kitchenettes
Restaurant in Building
1 Room $720 to $1.000
2 Rooms $1,000 to $1.400
Under ihe Management of
MARK RAFALSKY & COMPANY
21 East 40th Street. Phone \'underbill 2027.
THE OSBORNE
AT THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF
57th St. and Seventh Ave.
Apartments of fight ? r
more lHrgv.?, O^ht roon 9,
with two or i lora baths,
Rental* from $4.500 Per Annum l*p
AGKNT ON PREMISES
Telephon?,? Circle 5i'i0
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTED
FULL PARTICULARS OF
PRIVATE HOUSES
FOR SALE
ON THE EAST SIDE
Between 42d and 86th St.
PRINCIPALS ONLY
AODKKi-JS
J. Romaine Brown Co.
299 Madison Ave.
?tel. U?l Murri-y Hill
FURNISHED APARTMENTS TO LET
THE OSBORNE
AT THE NORTHWEST CORNER <>r"
57th St. and Seventh Ave.
A pa rt :..??: I s ol eight o "
:?,.?:?, . i .;.,t rooms -*itb two or
moi ? ba? hs, I.;??. la. fun "hed.
Rentult* from *7..??m Ver *i*iinn* tP
M.KNT ON PREMISES
Telephone ( Irele 5420
BUSINESS PROPERTY TO LET
NEW FACTORY
Two story, 9,000 square feet,
light on four sides, near 143rd
Street and Southern Boulevard.
Will sell or lease.
J. CLARENCE DAVIES,
149th Street and Third Avenue.
FACTORY PROPERTY FOR *M'":
? rmif'K ??"? - -?? ?? i
separate!- One ? stories i
100 O le ' st irles an : i el a? -?? '??r itm
?team ung?a*
boiler.
CHAS. H. MAY,
$j0 Liu talu Ave.. 1'rouX.ya.

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