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Do You Love Nature?Are You Longing for Suburban Life?
Here Is Nature and the Home at Its Best ? L s~*HEVY CHASE is that suburb of Washing ton which enjoys a national rep utation rivaling that of the Capital City itself. PEOPLE are turn ing from the city to the more open life of the suburb. The natural beauties of Chevy Chase are en hanced with everj** city improvement. Bach Hontc Situated oa a Beautiful Terraced ,1/awa. LooUbk Aerou the Stnet From (he Fr*at Porch of 0*e of Theao Hoi Price, $6,500 THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS ^ ($6,500) for a home in Chevy Chase?an eight-room and bath home?a semi-detached home with terraced front and side lawns and rear yard?a home in a community protected by the most rigid building restrictions?a neighborhood of de tached homes, each of individual architectural beauty, and ranging in price from $8,$00 upward. 11m BccobA Story Frost LIvIbk Room, ShowlBg Opct Fireplace and Bay Window. The CMimedhnM Hall With Its Braai Staircase. A Small Cash Payment and $42.50 Per Month Hi HESE are the terms on which you can buy one of the homes. Heretofore Chevy Chase homes have sold on a cash basis?not only for cash, but homes selling as low as $8,500 have been rare indeed, the prices averaging between - $10,000 and $12,000. The detached homes immediately across the street begin at the $12,000 figure and range upward. THERE ARE BUT 24 OF THESE HOMES ON CONNECTICUT AVENUE AND JENIFER STREET THE construction is of a rare tapestry brick I ??a brick never Before used in homes sell ing at such a figure. This brick construction is reinforced with steel, making a home of the most substantial durability. [ The slate with which both the porch roofs and the roofs of the homes are covered adds to this durability of construction. Massive Corinthian columns support the roof of the spacious front porch. There are two rear porches. Each one isl glass inclosed. These glass inclosures slide inf grooves so that the porches can be used as open air porches in summer and sun parlors in winter. Both the first and second floors are laid in TO SEE THE HOMES?Take any car on 14th street marked "Chevy Chase/' or any other 14th street car and trans fer at 14th and You streets to Chevy Chase, or any 7th street car marked "Rock Creek Bridge/' and transfer at the bridge to any Chevy Chase car and get off at Connecticut avenue and Jenifer street. Eveiything One Could Wish for in a Home?Inside and Outside. high-grade parquetry. There is a fireplace of a dove gray tile in the parlor and another of dull red brick in the second story front; living room. These fireplaces are equipped for natural wood, coal grates or gas logs. The finish throughout the home is mahogany and white enamel. The ceilings in the hall, parlor and dining room are ornamented with artistically molded designs. The lighting fixtures are of the highest type. Particularly noticeable is the hall light and the dining room inverted light. This latter light is of the same system employed in illuminating the Union station. It eliminates all glare and gives that soft glow so desirld in a dining room. In the second story front living room, whose beauty and utility is greatly enhanced by a spacious bay window, the drop light and side wall fixtures are copies of a unique type of candelabra discovered in old world excavations. ?The two master bedrooms communicate by door with the sleeping porch and sun parlor. Spacious closets add to their convenience. The third floor comprises a room suitajble for a nursery and a large unfinished room covering the remaining space of the entire home. The bathroom is thoroughly modern in its equipment, the fixtures being of an unusually high order. An improved hot-water heating plant is installed in the cellar. Here also is a servants' toilet and complete laundry equipment. A separate hot-water heater is another feature. & LUCHS <*? i-' V ? \ % 713 14th Street N.W. LOOK FOR OUR GREEN AND WHITE SIGN" These homes will be sold completely screened.! There are many other items of expense similar| to this that have been borne by the builders. They mean much to a person first entering a home of their own. As stated above, there are but 24 of these homes, covering all the ground we could obtain in Chevy Chase. Are there twenty-four families in Washington that will want such a home as this ?especially when they can buy it with their present rent money? There are many times twenty-four families, but only the first twenty four can be supplied, for this operation is limited to that number of homes. You can't afford to delay?the time to see these homes is now, while }'ou can become the owner of one. TO SEE THE HOMES?Take any car on 14th street marked "Chevy Chase," or any other 14th street car and trans fer at 14th and You streets to Chevy Chase, or any 7th street car marked "Rock Creek Bridge/' and transfer at the bridge to any Chevy Chase car and get off at Connecticut avenue and Jenifer street. I