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WASHINGTON, D. C., SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1904.
Pages= II 116.
1 Two Exceptional Opportunities. I
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Some of the Choicest Properties on Columbia Heights
to Be Sold at About 25% Less Than They Are Worth.
have been making more or Sess of a specialty of Columbia Heights property.
lieve in it?we advise buying it. There's not another section in Washing
Columbia Heights values as they stand right now can be duplicated. Investigate
these offers?you've never had a better opportunity to place money to advantage.
Nos. 26117-21 and 25 113th
bet. Roanoke and Yale sts.
Surrounded by handsome residences, occupied by persons of promi
nence. Carefully and honestly built by Kennedy & Davis, men who have
the reputation of building; only first-class houses; they are conscientious
and painstaking, one member is constantly on the ground to be sure
the work is done properly. Fronts of expensive Roman brick, with stone
trimmings, stone porch and steps. Four of the houses have covered
First floor?Pretty parlor, large reception hall or library, bright din
ing room, large pantry and kitchen.
Second floor?Three large, cheerful bed rooms and very large tiled
bath room and packing room.
Third floor?This floor has not been slighted, as In no many houses,
but is finished as well as the parlor floor; three finished rooms and tiled
bath, large closets.
Cellar unCer entire house; cement floor, plastered ceiling; laundry
tubs and steam boiler.
Three-story rear porches; rear or servants' stairways; tiled kitchens;
expensive hardware, handsome cabinet mantels in every room. Entire
house trimmed in solid dark ash.
Decorations?The interior decorations will be of fi high order and
calculated to satisfy the cultivated taste of homeseekers in this high
class residence section.
Those who purchase before this work is done will be given the oppor
tunity to use their own taste in the matter of papering and decorating.
2.-MW square feet of ground in each lot; 30-foot fr- nt yard.
MT'ST RF TNSPRPTFD TO TH-' APPRPi'HTEn nPU.N
Can Be Bought
The best houses ever offered at anything near the
price. In fact, they are much more desirable than many
houses offered today at $10,000. Only-three rettiain. The
owner is about to engage in a large business enterprise that
requires his capital and offers these houses at Such a low
figure in order to be rid of them at once. Und?r ordinary
conditions of sale the buyer of these houses today could re
sell at a handsome profit.
1256,1258 aod 1262 Columbia Road, |
Adjoining corner of 13th St.
The Location Couldn't Be Better.
One of the most elevated sites on
beautiful "Columbia. Heights;"
paved street; cement sidewalk; sur
rounded by beautiful residences oc
cupied by prominent business men,
high government officials, profes
sional men and capitalists; near
schools, churches, cars and stores.
The healthiest and most inviting
section of this beautiful citv.
EXTREMELY LOW PRICE
for these houses. MUST GO.
off Best Quality o| Red Brick
and brownstonA trimmWio*? n ?? ? n v.
and brownstone trimmings, vslBne
Arrangements: First floor?Pretty parlor;
handsome mantel; open iirepl&ce; large re
ception hall or library, *rith mantel and
open fireplace; large, weU-llfhted dining
room, with elegant mantel and fireplace,
pantry and well-equipped kitchen.
Second floor?Four lovely bed rooms and
one of the PRETTIEST TILED BATHS
YOU EVER SAW; PORCELAIN TUB,
NICKEL plumbing, cabinet mantels.
Third floor?Two large, light bed rooms;
INTERIOR FINISH AND DECORA
TIONS UNSURPASSED. Cement cellar
entire house; entrance front, rear and in
side. THERE ARE TWO STAIRWAYS,
FRONT AND REAR, TWO-STORY
PORCHES IN REAR. > 5
heated by a first-class steam-heating plant,
put In at a cost fully one-half more than
those in most houses. THE PLUMBING
is also of the best and most expensive.
The interior decorations are of a high
order and calculated to satisfy the culti
vated taste of homeseekers in this high
class residence section.
The ceilings of parlors and dining rooms
will receive delicate and effecUve treat
ment at the hands of a first-class artist.
Open for inspection. Don't fall to see
them even if you don't buy. You will see
the best houses ever offered for the price.
We willi furnish tenants for these houses pay
ing $50 a month. Figure out the percentage
on the inv5?tment"$60O a year on $7,500.
STONE & FAIRFAX,
804. 806 and 808 F St.'
8 New 2=St'y & Attic Apartimient Bldgs.
Corner of 11 Ith and DSts. N.E.
FIVE SOLO ALREADY. ALL WILL BE SOLD RENTED.
For sale by
N. L. SANSBURY,
Real Estate Broker, 719-721 13th Street n.w.
First floor. 5 rooms; rent...
Second floor, 5 rooms, attic..
A GILT EDGE INVESTMENT.
FOR INVESTOR OR HOMKSEEKER.
SOME FACTS TO BE CONSIDERED.
Monthly rental, each building $45.00
Both apartments hare modern bath rooms, rear
porches, cellar, front and rear yards, spacious
closets and all modern improvements.
Price of each bulldluf $5,200.00
Cash payment 1,000.00
Balance provided for by trust.
Highest altitude In northeast section.
Convenient to three car lines; one pastes door.
Also to church, school, market and stores.
Fifteen minutes to Treasury Department.
Near beautiful Lincoln Turk.
In a very desirable neighborhood.
Interest on loan $210.00
Taxes, estimated 20.00
Insurance, per year 4.00
Water rent, per year... 4.00
Gross expenditures, per year... $238.00 338.00
Annual Income $302.00
1302.00 net annual Income on an Investment of $1,000.00.
This is your last chance to
obtain one of these houses.
Ten of them are now occupied by the owners. ^2^850, $300 cash,
balance $15.00 per month; all deterred payments at 5%.
Nos. 748 and 756 13th st. s.e., one-half square sovtth from Pennsyl
vania avenue cars.
B. F. Saul Co., 7th and L StS, N.W.
'Phnnp Nnrth I if J
All Dead Ones.
From the Chicago Tribune.
"In India barbers rank high. Socially
they are the equals of the priests."
"Bay, where do poets come in over
"Same place they do here."
"Among the Illustrious dead*"
Mile after ?nile they sped along, alone,
under tbe witching- moonlight, yet speak
ing only the merest commonplaces.
It wa? becoming intolerable.
"Im there a eparker with this machine?"
tbe maMea aakedv at l&at, looking up at
Sterling Values !
in Real Estate, ii
The snap-and-go policy that characterizes the selling- of prop
erty here argues well for the values we offer. There's nothing in
offering overvalued property?and you can bank on it that what
we offer you in these announcements of ours is calculated to sell
at once. You study your best interests when you consult us
about Real Estate. These lists of ours will put you in touch with
the best homes and the best investments on the Washington mar
For This Handsome
?Elegant location on
rounded by fine, substantial
houses?convenient to both
Metropolitan and Capitol
Traction Co. car lines.
-?The only reason for the
offer is that the house is too
large for theowner's family,
especiallv as members of
the family are out of the
city a great part of the time.
?The property will he sold
for less than its actual
Lot 50x130 feet
cost to duplicate. .$18,000
You buy it for..
12 rooms?expensively fin
ished ; hot water heat; large
side yard, with driveway
and porte-cochere; modern
2-storv stable. Apply for
permit to inspect.
? Desirable Houses on Washington
. $12 ,000? Handsome new Colonial house;
> 10 rooms; lot 22x115; alley; side
| $10,500?Very Handsome and well-con
\ structed houses; well located; 10
, rooms; 2 baths; hot water heat.
, An unusual offer.
> $20,000? Large Colonial res:d?nce; lot
> 50x130: stable; all modern im
$8,500?Handsome new houses: fine
view; convenient ar.d well con
structed; 10 rooms; hot water
$25,000? Beautiful Colonial detatohed
residence; about 14 rooms; hot
water. Must be seen to be ap
$10,000?Colonial residence; 12 rooms: lot
2,"xl20: alley; well constructed
and finished in the most attrac
$S,250?10 rooms <4 on a floor); hot wa
ter heat; finished in oak and all
the newest improvements.
$7,600?10 rooms; 4 on 1st floor: hot wa
ter heat; finished in woods that'll
meet with your approval; an un
usual opportunity to pick up a
Call for our list of property
in Washington Heights. Also
the list of houses in
The fashionable Northwest,
We have the best at the low
est possible prices.
j Moore & JtilL<"*> 71714th St.
Computed. Eighteen and One-Half Feet Wide. 0ftX.
Conceded the Best Value for the Price on Columbia Heights.
3 U 5 to 3123 13th St. N. W. Just Above Kenesaw.
The Main Residential Street of This Superior Section.
OPEN SUNDAYS AND DAILY.
Prices, $7,750 and $8,000. Terms to Suit
CRITICAL INSPECTION INVITED.
Ball* oa nolld enrad fcy ?killed att-rhanlro. Selected MteriaU. All fall bay windows. Tblrteea-lacfc waUa toroo*.
SrE?7 H??m*Utow. browa-.toar lri?a.inc?. Wide atoae po^ke.. ???*?-?
cellar eatraace) cellar aader eatlre hoane. Blcfamt auiatela aad Ucktlag Mxturea. Heated by ateam. Twa-atory rear
|H>rClSIiit Floor?Parlor, Reception Hall, Dials* Rmnn, F**try ??d Kltebea.
Seeoad Floor?Fear Urge, fcrigkt Bed Ctunken and Tiled latk Ro?a>.
Third Floor?Two toe Bed Chmteni lane air apace ?wr thla door. . . , .
THE INTERIOR DETAILS SURPASS ANYTHING YET OFFERED.
Blundon, O'Brien, & Belt (Inc-'- \ 220 G N.W?