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i t ji t - it REAL ESTATE CLASSIFIED ADS. I 1 f ? I ? PART II PAGES 1?6 WASHINGTON, D. C., SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1913. They Have Met With The Approval of Homeseekers Rapidity With Which These Homes Have Sold Is a Conclusive Evidence of Their Value Inspect at Once Do Not Let This Opportunity Pass Everything a Home Should! Be. Every Modern Addition for the Comfort and Convenience of the Occupants 8 Built 4 Sold HALL PLACE N.W. Between Observatory and W PI. On one of the highest points in the District. Panoramic view of the hills of Virginia. Overlooks the beautiful grounds of the Observatory. Few squares of Massachusetts Avenue Heights. Half block from Wisconsin Avenue car line. * ? ' < ' . * 6 Rooms and Bath $4,500 Terms Attractive .to Any Homeseeker. Exhibit Home. 2534 Hall PI. N. W., Open. TO INSPECT Take Wisconsin Avenue car line to Observatory PI. Walk one square west. 10 Built 7 Sold SEVENTEENTH STREET Just North of Park Road. An unsurpassable location. Overlooks the capi tal's. most famous recreation spot?Rock Creek Park?Near the new boulevard. One square from the Avenue of the Presidents. Half block from Mt. Pleasant car line. 6 Rooms and Bath $5,950 Terms Attractive to Any Homeseeker. Exhibit Home. 3338 17th St. N.W., Open. TO INSPECT Take Mt. Pleasant car line to Park Road. Walk one-half block north. Phone Main 5904. Our Autos at Your Service. LEWIS E. BREUNINGER, Owner and Builder N. L. SANSBURY CO., Exclusive Agents 721 13th St. N.W. Phone Main 5904. Our Autos at Your Service. HI mm mi ?? No Damage Done Here! During: the Receht Storm, Which Bears Omit Our Statement?The Houses Must Be Right in Construction as Well as in Finish, This Is the Kind of Protection You Get in Our Tennessee Ave. Homes. I 3-Story Effect~6 Rooms and Bath Tennessee Avenue and C Street N?E. Within Two Blocks of Beautiful Lincoln Park The Phillips & Sager Rapid Sales==Small Profits Policy Has Made It Possible for Us to Offer These Homes at 7 of $4,000 ( Their Actual Value Terms Within the Reach of Every Salaried Person Read This Brief Description and Themi Come See the Homes Six spacious rooms and bath; high-grade re inforced steel construction; pressed brick front, 3-story effect; beautiful terraced lawn; large porch, full width in front, and two large rear porches; air chamber above second floor?permitting perfect ventilation at all seasons; handsome design par quetry floors on first story; fine quality hardwood trimmings throughout; attractive art brass lighting (V fixtures in hall, dining room and parlor; elegant hardwood art mantel in parlor; broad plate rail and handsome leaded-glass built-in buffet in dining room; modern kitchen with improved gas range and full size built-in china cupboard; dry cement cellar with excellent heating plant, special hot water heating attachment, stationary waslitubs. etc.: large, well-ventilated bedrooms with ample closet space. Highest location in the northeast. pHILLIPS sSAGE^ &TI&, \ Phone Main J.TO7 and We Will Motor You Out * P' *1 i f i P' P! * i B P! p! Pi H p! fol i; m ) ! To inspect these homes, take any East Capitol Street Car, get off at Tennessee Avenue and Lincoln Park, and you are within two squares ot the properties, or take a 13th and D Street Car and get off at 13th and C Streets northeast and you are Tight at the properties. PHILLIPS &SAGER 7115 Fourteenth Street N.W. I P $ g ? si ?? p: ? Pi iiiniiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiniiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiinmiiiiiiiinmiminiinmiiiiitmt Sixteenth Street Highlands. EAUTIFUL Detached Homes and Choice Resi dence Lots for sale. Low prices. Easy terms. More high-class detached homes being built and sold than in all other suburbs combined. The reason: It's the most beautiful and accessible suburb of Washington, and purchasers get more value for their money than anywhere else. Investigate brick-veneer construction ? approved by leading architects and builders everywhere. More value for less money. Two of these houses now ready for inspection. Our Spanish Mission type of hollow tile houses win the instant admiration of all who see them. Pleasing in every feature?charming in every outline. See them today. Those unique Queen Anne homes "among the trees" have a decidedly inviting appearance these hot days. Situ ated on large lots, completely shaded by fine forest oaks. Either motor out the Avenue of the President or take 14th st. cars to Kennedy st. Yogu get the best prices and terms by dealing directly with the OWNERS at their office*^ on the property. E 8 Holmes Central Realty Corporation, 14th and Kennedy Streets N.W. uni 11 inn 111111 in 111 in 1111111111111111111111 inn 1111111111 niiiiiini 111111111111111 iiiniitT ? Another | New Row. Nos. 117-119-121 3d St, N.E. I M' :: I One Sold During Construction. Only a Few Minutes' Walk to Capitol, Senate and House Office Buildings and Union Station. They contain six large rooms; tile bath; hardwood finish; hardwood floor; gas and electric lights; hot-water heat; large porches, front and rear; deep lots to paved alley; room for firage. See them today. These houses will sell quickly, erms arranged. I ! 1314.F ST. N.W ?r7*ANDH9tl.N?. Willing to Chance It Too Much popping. "Kissing is 'hougot bj some to be urs- j ?w Torker?One of our new hotel* healthy ?xerci?e." ?aid ne. Unci* Bill, is to contain over twenty "Yea." replied, "but then wbo five hundred rooms. knowe? There's risk In all things. 11 Uncle Bill?Gee crackey! I'd hate to ke the bellboy! BON AIR, the New Idea in Suburban Development To the Public: I want to say a word to you personally about this NEW IDEA. I feel that you ought to hear of an unusual opportunity existing TODAY In Washington real estate to secure for yourself a home under Ideal conditions, or to make a safe Investment for your savings. I am not asking you to invest your money 5n a gold mine In California, or in an orange grove In Florida, but in a garden spot in the shadow of the White House: readily accessible for in spection; courting investigation. The men as sociated with me In this enterprise (you know them), and backing' me financially, are available at all times. They are men of irreproachable character, not strangers in the land, here today, gone as soon as they have turned their money over, but men who were born and reared in this section, and their fathers before them; public servants, all of them; men with all the tradi tional pride of Virginians in Virginia soil; and not only their money but their hearts are i.i this development. Civic pride as well as per sonal aggrandizement compel them to give you the greatest possible value for your money. This new suburb Is not growing up on a mere street car line, but on a trunk line, one of the units of a great trans-continental railway sys tem, the highway of the great south and south west to the Nation's Capital. It is within five miles of Pennsylvania avenue, in that part of Alexandria county that was once a part of the District of Columbia; where the taxable basis has increased over 300 per cent in the last five years; the population over 250 per cent; where public service corporations have doubled and trebled their facilities many times, in order to take care of the great increase in business an?l the constantly growing demands of a rapldly growing community. In laying our plans for this new suburb we early determined that it should he first#a com munity of homes, and second that it should be available to the man of moderate means whose tastes demand a refined environment. With this end in view we are offering the largest area of land and every possible improvement for the least amount of money. Our little farms are sufficiently large to pro vide you with poultry, garden, fruit?all the luxuries of country life for which you have al ways longed; and our generous provision for your comfort in the way of conveniences, se cures you at the same time against any of the sacrifices usually entailed by country life. We are not asking you to choose between the com forts and conveniences of the city and the charms and allurements of the country, trusting to your love of nature to draw you against your better judgment. We are bringing both to you. Here you may have your little garden spot, your fresh vegetables, your fruit, your poultry, your eggs, perhaps your milk, and that without bartering one comfort to which you are accustomed?water, gas. electricity, telephone. We have effected a combination that gives you practically a city and a country home, a luxury hitherto possible only to the man with wealth at his command. It may be that you are a stranger In Washington, if so, I want to tell you who we are. The owners of this property are the HONORABLE C. C. CARLIN, member of Congress from the Eighth Congressional Dis trict of Virginia: the HONORABLE LOUS C. BARLEY, Judge of the Alexandria Corporation Court; T. C. SMITH. Vice President and Cashier of the Alexandria National Bank, and R. C. L. MONCURE, leading attorney of Alexandria county. Why not come to my office and talk this matter over? Let us get acquainted. I am sure it will be to our mutual advantage. Bring jour friends. I want to know them, too, and to have the opportunity to interest them in our property. I am at your service at all times. For maps, plats and further particulars applv to BON AIR SALES COMPANY, NOM-MIO Evan* Building, 1420 New York Ave. I'll one Main 1824. F. E. BAUKHAGES, Jr, ENLARGEMENT PUNNED FOR OCCIDENTAL HOTEL Avenue Hostelry to Be Extend ed Over Present Property of Coldenstroth's Hotel. Washington is to have a new hotel?the transaction for the necessary property for the hostelry having been closed this week, when Dr. Henry T. Hazen of this city and Dr. T. Caspar Gilchrist of Balti more acquired title to the premises at 1413 Pennsylvania avenue, occupied at the present time as Coldenstroth's Hotel. Simultaneously a contract was let to the Fuller Construction Company for the new building, which is to be constructed after plans prepared by Arthur B. Heaton. architect. The new building is to conform in de sign to the Occidental Hotel adjoining the New Wlllard. and it Is to be literally aa extension of the Occidental. Oustave Bucholz, proprietor of the present Occi dental. will become proprietor of the en larged hostelry, which is to bear the same name. One of the features of the new structure will be an all-the-year round roof garden?the roof garden to be in effect the tenth floor of the building and to extend over the whole of the structure. When completed, and includ ing alterations to be made to the present Occidental, the new hotel with its fur nishings and equipment will represent an investment of about $800,000. The sale of the Coldenstroth Hotel was made through Weaver Brothers, real estate brokers. 1. R. SHMILDS FIVE MODERN STORES New Structures Form Part of Building Boom Along Rhode Island Avenue. Rxcellent indication of the steady de velopment along the line of Rhode Island avenue, adjacent to its Junction with North Capitol street, is afforded by a miniature building boom which is just now at its height at 1st street and Rhode Island avenue northwest. To accommo date the demand of merchants for stores from which they might serve the rapidly growing residence neighborhood, J. R. Sherwood has just completed the build ing of five commodious business buildings on the 1st street corner, and the rent de partment of Thomas J. Fisher & Co. al ready has found tenants for four of them. Plans for the five structures were pre pared by Macneil & Macneil, architects, and the contract for the construction was executed by the J. R. Whitty Company, builders. The buildings cost about $15,000. Each store is twenty-five feet wide and fifty-five feet deep, with front of light buff wire-cut brick with raked joints. The roofs are of dark red shingle tile, and each store lias an unusually wide show window, with the plate glass set in copper on verde marble bases, and with ornamental cornices finished in buff, delft blue and gold. Bent on Getting1 Money. From tbe Boston Transcript. "What excuse did the arrested cashier give for being crooked?" "He claimed he w*s in straitened cir cumstances." ' ? ? ? * | i V i t V t V ? t ? T ? f ? ?I* ? / BUYING A HOME Is an important matter to most persons, to the majority the most important under taking, as few arc ricli enough to buy on impulse and change if they are mistaken. \ KENNEDY BROS. f ? ? ? t ? f y i t V ? x V V I V V Homes are built for people who will not risk a mistake in the selection of a home. The more you know and the closer you investigate, the more you'll realize that one of these houses will most satisfactorily solve your home problem. THE LOCATIONS Arc ideal in every respect. The surroundings being especially attractive. his pec lion Means Favorable Decision. QUEBEC STREET N.W. f X(One square south of Rock Creek Church Road.) 9 Rooms and 2 Baths, $6,250 Exhibit home. 723 Quebec St. X.YV. Open. % I t I ? t t ? ? V LEXINGTON ST. N.E. (Bet. 6th and 7th, D and E Sts. X.E.) 6 Rooms and Bath, $5,250 Exhibit Home. 646 Lexington St. Open. ? Sold on Terms That Willi Appeal! to You. N. L. SANSBURY CO ?9 Exclusive Agents 12 U 23th Street N,W. 1 & I * F1VK STORES JtTST 1IIIL.T AT KIIOOK ISLAM! AVKM K AWU 1ST yi'RIiXT .SOHTIIM K*T.