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CLASSIFIED ADS. I l PART II PAGES 1?12 WASHINGTON, D. C., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 3911. IS & % B g $ a ?ar 1$ i* ? its* ,c< I It-. I II i IS i$ 5r IS '-1 k 1820 Belmont Road ." baths and servants' quarters. Beam ceiling in dining room. Halt Square From Each of Two Principal Car Lines. (Conn. Ave. and 14th St.) ?5 A new home substantial in everv . . point of construction, artistic in every detail of finish. I & | ft The width of house is 25 feet, which ->C allows plenty of space for large rooms jg and an abundance of sunlight. 75 A beautiful back yard, I'M feet deep, to fp paved alley. ^ I^arge front and back porche?. f* & Open tires. ft i? Wonderful living room, 25 feet ? . ... g |g wide, containing 4 windows, hard- | wood floor and open fire | i I Open Sunday and Week Days for 1 i Your Inspection. | ,K<* ?*? I ? 1 ji Sypret W. Hendrick Co., Inc., | ji 5i end rick Building, m I 734 IF'*- Street N.W, | te tw A Beautiful Colonial Home on Washington Heights. A Location off Established Valuer 1914 Belmont Road. $55.00 Per Month. $8,900 T en of these houses already sold at this price, and onlv one with side m windows. Every known modern con venience, includ ing open fireplace, Pittsburgh instan taneous heater, sleeping porch, etc. $55.00 Per month. Your present rent money, now paid out at a total loss to you, will pay every dol lar of interest on this house and make a substantial payment on the principal each month that you oc cupy it. We have an offer of $65 per month rent. fig The wonderful improvements now progressing right in front of this property, the new water side drive extension and government parks, also extension of 19th st. to Biltmore, will surely advance the value. Location?One block east of the south end of the new Connecticut Avenue bridge. Opera and Lighted Sunday and Week Days to 9 P.M. Sypret W. Hendrick Co., Inc., HENORICK BUILDING, Phone Maira-42L 734 11 Still St? N?W0 Exclusive zSEESKBBSSSSSi na?852B?2M? JSJ&2KZK55U812S3$OEjB8auaL2BSa5l! -I 1 ^ 1 4 * ft ts< a<. fir ?% ? i I KS 1^1 a 413 Hobart Place N.W. The only house remain ing of 15 built by Zepp Bros., overlooking the 1 lake. Excellent value tor ^ $4,250. A house 22 teet ^ wide, containing hot-water heat, Pittsburgh instan taneous hot-water heater. . t and attic 10 teet high. Southern exposure. * You should see this to- | morrow. | Sypret W. Hendrick Co., Inc., | fiend rick Building, 734 15th Street N.W. *% <63 ?>% | jig Attention! Attention! An Exceptional Offer Those who are looking for a bargain for a home or investment now have an opportunity of a life time to purchase houses that are considered to be among the best constructed that have ever been erected in this city. ORIGINAL PRICE, $9,300 OUR PRICE, $7,500 A SAVING OF $1,800 As the result of an exchange we are in a position to offer these superb dwellings at a price $ 1.800 less than the builder originally asked for them. Nos. 3102, 3108, 3110, 3112, 3114 Eighteenth Street Northwest Between Kenyon Street and Kilbourne Street But one square from the cars on Mt. Pleasant st. In a section built up with attractive homes. A strictly high-class resident section. Very handsome fronts. Three stories. Cellar under entire house. Some of them have covered porches in front. All of them have porches in the rear. Ten rooms, two magnificent bathrooms, expensive fixtures. Oak woodwork throughout the dining room, oak panel with dropbeam ceiling. Two stairways. Laundry. Servants' toilet. Houses heated by a tirst-class, economical hot-water heating plant. "Solar" gas heater. "Pittsburgh'' instantaneous hot water heater.. Vacuum cleaning system. ''Chamber'ain metal weather strip?. Inlaid oak floors. Electric lights, call bells, etc. Many other features of value. Do not tail to inspect them at once, as we anticipate a quick Sale at this extremely low price. A price less than that asked for houses much inferior. They must be inspected to be appreciated. The houses alone, to say nothing of the ground, would cost not less than $7,500 to build. $co.oo a month rental has been refused. Take the Mt. Pleasant car line going up Connecticut avc., get off at Kilbourne st., go one square west. Stone & Fairfax, 1342 New York Ave. ATTENTION, SPECTATORS, NOME BHYERS & INVESTORS We have one of the best bargains ever offered on the Heights. On account of a trust coming: due the owner will sacrifice one of the best located and most conveniently arranged three-story dwellings in this choice section. Less Than $7,500 Will Buy a Residence That Cost Originally $11,500 Entire front of stone. Parlor, library, dining room, pantry and kitchen on the first floor. Seven sleeping rooms. Three elegant bathrooms. Hot-water heat. Lot 20x11 v Do not fail to investigate this bargain. It is an opportunity to pick up two 1 or three thousand dollars, and at the same time secu re a home that is superior to Inany that told in this city for ? 12,000. Stone & Fairfax, 1342 New York Ave. $7,500 One of the best bargains ever offered on Columbia | Heights. A beautiful Three-storv, Ten-room Brick - and - stone ! Dwelling is offered for, sale at $7 5?o. This and the ad joining house sold when first completed for $9,750. The present owner took it for a debt and is willing to sell at a price that will give liim back what it cost. The purchaser really makes $2000 when he buys this residence. It is situated on real y the best square of all of Columbia Heights: southern exposure. Three-story and cellar, ten rooms, two fine bathrooms, hot-water heat servants' st irway. ' i Lot over 22 ft. wide, 142 ft. deep I to a public alley. There are many houses ofTe-ed for sale for $7,rxiO und **500 that do not I begin to compare with this one. The purchaser of this house not only secures u well constructed dwelling that would make a most comfortable homo, but secures a property that .can be reso data, profit. Stone & Fairfax, 1342 New York Ave. A WASHINGTON HEIGHTS BARGAII $.*? 850 will buy a dwelling that sold a few yeas ago, when first com pleted. for $7 KV?. Near Columbia road and in that part of Washington Heights where most persons wish to locate. Th?- house Is modern iu every re- ' spect. Four rooms de?-p on a tioor, six . sleeping rooms, hot-water beat. tsKii ' US AT ONCfcJ AUOL'T tT. Stone & Fairfax, 1342 New York Ave. ATTENTION! SPECULATORS HOME BUYERS INVESTORS Unquestionably the Best Proposition Ever Offered in Centrally Located New Houses. FIVE SOLD An owner offers the most attractive new two-story houses that have been built in Washington in recent years without any profit whatsoever. He simply erected these houses and sells them at cost in order to dispose of the ground. $4,250 Each-Only $4,250 Similar houses in less desirable locations are held at $5,750. Real estate brokens, builders and persons familiar with real estate consider them to be the most complete and best two story houses in the city. They must be inspected to be ap preciated. Situated on the west side of 2d st. n.w., fronting 011 Rhode Island ave. and T st., in what is known as the Bloomingdale section. Built up with attractive new houses. Nos. 1842, 1848, 1850 Second St. N.W. Convenient to several car lines, numerous churches and stores. Within walking distance of the business section. Gov ernment Printing Office and other departments. The arrangement is ideal. Two stores. Cellar under entire house. First floor?Parlor, reception hall, dining room and kitchen. Second floor?Three light, cheerful bedrooms and a beautiful tiled bathroom, with porcelain tub. nickel plumbing and everything firs*-c'ass. These houses are finished throughout in hardwood. Expen sive decorations. Heated by high-grade hot-water heating plant. Lighted w'th gas and electricity. Laundry tubs. Exceptionally large closets. < "? >vered porches front and rear. Each lot is 20 feet wide by a depth of 70 fe:t to a 15-foot alley. Notwithstanding the extremely low price the owner is will ing to take for these houses being from $1,000 to $1,500 less than similar houses can be purchased for, he is.willing to accept very accommodating terms, as litt'e as $300 cash; the balance, $25.00 a month. Make an effort to see them at an early date. We are sure that you will admit that they are better con structed and more attractive homes than many that are held at $5,500 and even $5,coo. % Stone & Fairfax, 1342 New York Ave. * Be Sure to See Our 6 and 8 Room Homes Sunday Think of getting an 8-room house, 24 feet wide, with finished attic, hardwood finish throughout, inlaid floors, large lots to wide alley, west of 14th street, for $6,500 On Easy Terms Note our 6-room homes have lots 20x 150, gas and electric lighting, double porches, hardwood ? floors and trim. Price, $4,750 Nothing in the city like them. To inspect, take any 14th street car to cor ner Allison street. Phillips & Sager, 715 14th Street N.W.