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CLASSIFIED ADS. p)e Munitig WASHINGTON. D. C., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1911. --- M I J ii !i,!. Ill ! I i i It I J |i ! I ! ! ?i 11H i r! < ll i ! HP ill I A PREDICTION?All these homes will be sold in a day or so. Here's a Rare Opportunity to Own an Elegant Eight-Room Home C . .1 q K1 j Tn the 3600 block, between Perry aaiti"Spring road. un rourteentn ^t. IN. w. (Spring road, a few blocksjjertii of Park road.j $500 Is All the Cash Required We predict the immediate sale of these liom.es because we know real estate values?because we realize the great demand in W ashington for ilist this style of house?because we know that they cannot be dupli tcd right now in a refined residential section, such as this, tor less than in the neighborhood of a thousand dollars more than our present price. W hy. if these housea-do~not sell almost instantly, we will take them oft the market and wait for a much higher price when Congress reconvenes this winter. , ? ' The Hxteriors The exteriors are simply beautiful, and that's no misuse of the word. Of beautiful hard brick construc tion. substantially reinforced" with steel?the kind of structure that will practically last forever. The beauty af the fronts is greatly enhanced by spacious individ ual 4folotiial porches and by bay windows ,terraced lawn, with broad cement walks. A feature of the porches is the artistic flower boxes. But the qwner of a home lives inside instead of 011 the outside. ( hie of the Homes. The Interiors Not uni:'. you step inside can you b< uin 40 appreciate the full Iteauty and worth of these homes. And-com fort and convenience have not been lost sight of in the- interior designing here. There are four large, light, airy rooms on each floor, with a new idea s initary bathroorfi and iinen closet on tiie second floor oizc of a room?. 1,'ndeineatli 1 lie entire house is the cement cel lar. equipped with tiie very lust hot-water heating plant obtain able thot-water heater already attached!. Also complete* laundry. with stationary tubs and running water. Likewise a servant s tol l?*t. But the living room*; are first in importance, and well they demand your first considei at ion. I lie finish is hardwood ? And the reception rooms are perfect rooms, each equipped Sumptuous Dining Room. Reception Room, looking toward parlor. throughout, with massive columned entrance-connecting the parlor and reception room. And the recept gems. with their open stairways am! box-seat "cozy corners." Massive art mantels in parlor and dining with gas log and firep faces. The floors throughout are double hardwood (parquetry) on both floors. Price, $6,500 $44.37 Monthly About one-half month-H pays toward home. Such a house would rent for the amount of your monthly payments, liere, though, you are paying for a house of your own, not for a bundle of landlord s receipts from year to year. And but $5tx? cash is required to make you the immediate owner. Think thi? over. But vou will have to think quickly. The wise homeseeker will not wait for tomorrow, hut will come out this afternoon >r tonig.it and "place his option ahead of the nine other liomeseekers who are bound to make these houses their homes be fore ilosine time Sunday. Remember there are only ten of these homes. Your opportunity is lost with the sale of the tenth one. Sample home open for insr ection until p.m. every day. TO INSPECT?Take any 14tli street car goin sr north and get off at 14th and Perry streets, few blocks north of Park road. Or to fac ilitate matters phono for our Free Auto Service and we will motor you out. Just call Main 2-3-4-5. Large Modern Kitchen. Shannon & Luchs, 713 14th Street N.W ''Look for Our Green and White Sign." . . . VWV^W ?> % ?? V V ? f ?> | $ ? ? 1 2 V ? ? ?> V V V v * f V V ? ?> * V i V t t ?> ? I t i I It! J V ? V ?.? % ? I i ? X Unusual Offerings in High=Class Real Estate Business Properties Utli street south of Thomas circle. One of the most attractive and sub stantial brick buildings in this val uable busines-" section. Wide and deep lot to alley. Brick stable. Out-of-town on net- anxious to sell. Price, $30. o o. With slight alterations this build ing will rent for $2,500 per year. JHh street corner. Not far from New York avenue. Surrounding properties held at much higher figure. Full three-story brick building now under rental at $2,0(0- year. Price, $20,0tKl. Want offer. IVnnsylvania avenue property, sit uated in one of the best business blocks on the north side, l.ot over 50 feet front. Improved by full three story brick building. Under lease to lir.-f-class tenant at about $3,000 year. Price. sto.iM>. Want offer. 14th srreet south of I" street. De sirable three-story brick building. Lot iKsllH to 1?'- foot alley. Now under rental to tirst-c*a^s tenant at year. In short time will pro duce $1,500. Price, SH?,5no. New York avenue between yth and Mill streets. Three-story brick. I?t 2Jxt*> to 13-foot alley. Lowest-priced property ill this block. Price, $15,0'iu. One-story stores nortiiwest Three Well built stores located in one of the l?esc sections in the northwest. All under lease to desirable tenants at per year. Price, $10,M>0. 11th street property. Price, $*,ri00. Located in one of the rapidly grow ing business blocks in a section where liianv properties have recently changed hands. Three-story brick. l>ot 25 feet front. A bargain. Ne.ir loth ami 12 streets northwest. Full thr< e-story pressed brick. l*ot about 2">\l"t to w ir|o alley, owner, in liad health, needs money t<? purchase oountry home. Is anxious to sell. Pri'-!' only $12.?>00. Worth several thousand more. Corner west of 14th. Full three Jo;^ bri< k building, strictly modern .ind in first-cla.-s repair Fnder lease for five >ears at $l,10o year. Price, $12. ?'*?>. Bargain?7th street northwest. In one of the busiest blocks, three-story pressed brick store and dwelling, with brick stable In ;rood condition and well rented. Estate property. Anx ious to sell. Price, $7,000. A good chance for speculation. .War 13th and G streets? four-story brick; well constructed; all modern improvements. Fnder rental at about per year. Price, $32,.100. 14th street near 1' street, three story brick in ;cood condition. Lot contains nearly .".<?><? square feet. Well rented to select tenant. Price, $37,riO?. Bargain, .northwest business prop erty. Situated on one of the most prominent business streets and in a wide-awake block. Three-story briei; in fine repair. Rented at $1,000 per year. J'rice, .S12.0U0. THE RESIDENT PROPERTIES HERE ADVERTISED ARE ONLY A FEW OF THE HIGH-CLASS HOUSES WE HAVE ON OUR LIST, BUT AFTER CAREFULLY LOOK ING OYER OUR PROPERTIES WE CONCLUDED THAT THERE ARE NO BETTER OPPORTUNITIES OFFERED THAN THESE. IF YOU CONTEMPLATE BUYING A HOME IT WILL BE TO YOUR INTEREST TO CONSULT US RELATIVE TO SOME OF THESE PROPERTIES. Attractive Residence With Garage. Near 18th and New Hampshire ave.; full three storv colonial brick. 2J1'. ft. wide: 12 rooms, ? ' . \ three baths; hot-water heat; electric light; hardwood floors throughout; very expensive mantels, fixtures and decorations. Built by day labor. One of the best constructed and most attractive houses for the price offered in any section. Price, Si4.500. Terms arranged. Beautiful New Corner Residence. Located in one of the most prominent sections in Washington Heights. Full three-story Flemish Bond brick; colonial effect; 14 rooms, 3 baths; electric light, hardwood floors and many attractive features entirely original with the builders. To appreciate the real attractive ness of this property it should be inspected. It is a bargain at Si8.000. Near 18th and Columbia Road. A11 exceedingly attractive and strictlv modern residence, occupied at present by army officer who has been ordered from the city, hence, the property is offered for sale. Built about one year ago t<> sell for $14,000. Three-story colonial briek, 1J rooms, 3 baths, hot-water heat, elec trie I'ghts. hardwood floors, etc. Many large closets, beautiful interior finish. Wide and deep lot to alley! Room for garage: southern exposure. I'i ice. if sold at once, SI2.5oo. small cash payment. A Convenient Location. Located on Irving street near 14th. ()nc <>f the prettiest streets in Washington! Strictly high-class and refined residential section. Loss than five minutes' walk to churches of all denominations. About three sou a res from Arcade market. Convenient to all kinds of stores, three car lines and short distance from schools. The houses are new. three-story brown bricks with cement colonial porches. They contain !? rooms. 2 baths, hardwood floors, hardwood interior finish, electric ~lis:iit. hot-water heat, laundry, etc. Two-story rear porches. Houses of this character ami in such good location are always in demand and never depreciate in value. Price, $7,050. Terms arranged. Six-Room and Attic Corner! Located in < VI. Hirts., convenient to two car lines and in short walking distance of schools, church es, stores, market, etc. A delightful and attractive new corner residence. Six lar^e rooms, attic, tiled bath, concrete cellar, hot-water heat, etc. Electric lixlit--, hardwood Moors, colonial porch, two-story rear porch. Meuitiful outlook. I'nusual offer at $0,250. If sold soon purchaser can select decorations and fixtures. Just Off Connecticut Ave. Here is a property*that is controlled by a syndi cate. It came into its possession through a foreclo sure. It. is one of the most attractive, semi-detached houses around the city. Built a short time ago and sold for *10,300. Has 10 rooms, bath, all modern im provements, wide and deep lot. Price to quick buyer, ssooo::: Located just beyond Cleveland Park and one half square from Conn. ave. Bargain on Park Road. The owner telephoned us to sell this house. Built a few years ago under his own supervision at a cost of $8,000. Having purchased a larger house, he is willing to sacrifice this property at $(>,oou. Full three story brick, l't rooms, bath, cellar, hot-water heat; wide and deep lot. Located on Park road between 13th and 14th streets. This is a wonderful bargain!!! Facing Two Streets. Located 011 Washington Heights within a stone's throw of many high-class and expensive resi dences. Great bargain in two-story, six-room, recep tion hall pressed brick. Hardwood interior finish, many handsome mantels, electric light, hardwood floors, concrete cellar, laundry, servant's closet, hot water heat, two-story rear porches, etc. Southern ex posure. Worth $6,500. Owner must sell. Price, $5,250. East Capitol Street. Located in one of the prettiest blocks on this popular street. Full three-story pressed brick. S rooms, bath, cellar, modern heating plant, very large front and rear yards, alley. Sold, when built, for about $7.ooo. Estate property, and must be sold. Price, $4,00<l. Saul's Addition. Here is one <>f tiie best offers in this section. Built bv the present owner for his home. Two-story and attic detached colonial pebble-dash dwelling. 8 rooms, bath, cellar, hot-water heat. etc. Lot 40x90 to an alley. Propertv in first-class condition. Price, for a quick sale. $0,t?oo. Act quick, as this wiU certainly be sold within a few,days. Entirely Detached. Located in Mount Pleasant west of 16th st.; two-story and attic, 8 rooms, bath, cellar, hot-water heat. Recently put in thorough condition. Lot 50x130. Great bargain at $3,^30. ; Reduced $ 1,000! Situated in one of the best squares <>n Col. Hts. Convenient to lltli and 14tli st. cars. A two story pressed brick, containing six rooms, bath, recep tion hall, concrete cellar, hot-water-heat, hardwood in terior finish, attractive mantels, etc. As the result of a recent exchange, price has been reduced from $4,830 to X3.850. Easy terms. Convenient Location Northeast. Within walking distance of Capitol, Library, government printing office, etc.. and convenient to sev eral car lines, we offer at a bargain figure this new two-story colonial brick, containing "six rooms, bath, concrete cellar, furnace heat. Kented to select ten ants at $l!5.5o. Price, $3,230. Reduced from $4.000. Terms arranged. Northwest Corner. On Park road, in one of the best squares west of ltith st.. new two-story, eight-room and bath colo nial brick, containing hot-water heat, cellar, hardwood - interior finish, parquetry floors, electric lijfht. Wide lot. A very attractive property. Price, $7,750. Near 1st and R. I. Ave. Considered the most attractive new house in this section. Two-story bay-window brick, 6 rooms, reception hall, concrete cellar, hot-water heat, laundry, etc. Hardwood interior finish, hardwood floors. Two story rear porches, large back yard. Alley. Price, $5,300. Easy terms. Investment Properties;! "PROMINENT CORNER. Located on an avenue northwest. Solid brick, containing 8 rooms, - baths. Rented at $540 per year. Price, $5,<l00. PA. AVE. N.W. Three-story brick; all modern im provements. Rent, f!)4'J. Price, $10,000. !?TH ST. X. W. Two 2-story pressed brick buildings. Rented at per year. Price, $0,750. NEAR 17TH AND PA. AVE. Three-story brick; fine condition; jrood lot. Rented for $?i4<> per year. Price, $7,000. NEAR 16TH AND IRVING. Three-story brick; 11 rooms. 2 baths; hot-water heat. Rented at about $000 per year. Price, $7,000. GOOD SECTION S.W. Two-story pressed brick. Lot 18xlC0. Under rental at $:5t>0 per year. Price, $3,0U0. ROW OF SMALL BRICKS. Located in northwest section. Good through street. Six new bricks, con taining <? rooms and bath each. Rent ed for $1,100 per year. Price, $11,000. NEAR UNION STATION. Attractive three-story pressed brick. 11 rooms, 2 baths; hot-water heat. Rented at $570 per year. Price, $O.OUO. WELL LOCATED NORTHEAST. Modern two-story brick. Rented at $?"72 per year. 1 rice. $3,500. ON A PROMINENT AVENUE. Three well constructed bricks. Rent ed at $!: !?) per year. Price, NEAR 14TII AND PARK ROAD. Well constructed two-story, brick; hot-water heat; electric light. Rented at per year. 'Price, $5,2o0. NEAR 10TII AND PARK ROAD. Modern and attractive two-story brick. Concrete cellar. Always rent ed at $42? per year. Price to quick buyer, $l,5<"?. NEAR 17TH AND 1" STS. Substantial two-storv brick. Rented at $'Jlo per year. Price, $'_\2r>o. N EAR 10T11 A XI > El -OR 1 DA A V E. Modern two-story brick. Cellar. Good lot. Rented at per year. Price, $3,<>oo. NEAR NORTH CAP. AND R. I. AVE. * A splendidly constructed and well ar ranged two-story brick. 8 rooms, bath; cellar; first-class condition. Rented to select tenants at $4f#J per year. Price, $4,800. 0TH ST. N.W. Solid three-story brick, with all mod ern improvements. In good condition. Rented at $ti?o per year. Price, $0,00). NEAR 17TH AND COLUMBIA RD. Three-story brick; IO rooms, 2 baths; y cellar; good lot. Rented at $00;) year. V Price, $3,730. *? NEAR 1STH AND U STS. Three-story brick; 11 rooms. 2 baths; cellar. In line repair. Rented at $<J??o per year. Price, $0,500. It : 'i s v * Y v ? Y Y Y Y ? Y Y Y Y X ?j Y Y Y Y Y M * Y Y Y v GARDINER & DENT, Inc., 812 14th Street N.W. A eastjwsar CAPt'Ot BRA f*r Business Center From Our Dining Room \\ indows ic\v From The Washington Times Of Saturday, September 9th. BY SALE OF FORTY Shannon & Luchs Meeting Great Success in High View Project. Forty houses, built, partly 1? ii!t and yet to be built, have been sold this week in the new subdivision of High View by Shannon & Luchs. This is probably a record in home selling. The selling is ahead of the building, for, although a building: operation which will have added new houses to the section just one square east of North Capitol street on Rhode Island avenue is on foot, only twenty-one houses have been completed and fif teen more started. The row of twen ty-one was sold out entirely the lir.-t two days of this week at a price of each. The row of fifteen lias been partly sold at each. The other houses were sold by selection of lot and type of house. The building is one of Harry Ward man's largest single undertakings in the history of his buildine: in the Dis trict. Nine city blocks will have been built up when the project is complete. The builder is supplying a type of house, which, as the sales show, is in great demand. The houses, containing six rooms, are of attractive appearance both within and without, and are of low price. The location, too. is for tunate, for the property upon which the houses are being erected is 172 feet above tidewater, and well above the city proper, commanding many fine views of the District. Read What Others Say About These Modern $3,300 Homes At Rhode Island Avenue clPEst!) This news article is a far stronger indorsement ot the houses than anything we ourselves could say. We might, unintentionally, he preju diced in favor ot our own houses. But a newspaper like the TIMES is not. It says what it knows to he true?that "the builder i& supply ing a type of house which, as the sales show, is in great demand.*' Let's see the reason for the great demand. Only $200 Cash Is Required. You Pay the Rest Just Like Rent. $26 92 Monthly S15.00 of which pays directly on the house monthly. + If you will read the news item again you will he im pressed with the fact that the TIMES indorses the location as well as the character of the houses themselves, and well they should, overlooking the city as it does and within a few minutes' ride ot Washington's business center. No section ot the citv is better favored with * car service. There's one dou ble-track car line to the west and another one square east of the property. The type of architecture is colonial, of pressed brick, reinforced with steel, construction. Each house has an individual front porch with railed balcony, also back porch?parquet flooring throughout the first floor. Art mantel and fireplace in parlor. Gas and electric light ing attachments. Modern heating plant. Model kitchen with gas range and porcelain-lined sink. You Can't Afford to Delay When Houses Like These Are Going: at Such Low Prices and On Such Easy Terms. To Inspect. Take any G street car marked Brookland, get off at North Capitol and Rhode Island avenue and walk one square east on Rhode Island avenue. ' To save time, send or phone us your name and address, and we will call and motor you out to inspect the homes. Sample House Open Every Day Till 9 P.M. Parlor, With Cabinet Mantel, arid View Into Dining Room. Shannon & Luchs, 713 14th Street N.W. "Look for Our Green and White Sign."