NEW APARTMENTS I
11-Story Structure at 21st i
and the Avenue to Cost
$1,500,CC0, Says Buider.
Washington is to have another
large apartment hotel. Edmund K.
Fox, local real estate man, will break
ground within a month on the pres
ent site of Penn Gardens, 21st street |
and Pennsylvania avenue, and begin j
the construction of an eleven-story |
The new building, it is estimated, j
will cost approximately $1,500,000. It
will contain 171 apartment units’ of;
from one to two rooms with kitchen- |
ette, dressing alcove, reception hall. ;
dining alcove and bathroom.
The first floor will be fitted up for ,
a banking ofliee. drug store, two !
smaller stores and concession spaces |
in the lobby. There will also he a |
dining room, parlor. cloakroom. |
lounge, writing rooms and telephone |
rooms on the first floor.
Hoof Garden Planned.
Three elevators will be installed j
and a large roof garden is planned. I
The basement will extend to an alley <
in the rear, fourteen feet lower than |
the Pennsylvania avenue entrance, j
This basement will be used as it ga- S
rage and will accommodate about 300'
The structure will be built of In
diana limestone, with terracotta
cornice work. The lobby will be fin
ished in marble. The building tn.es- .
urements will be 1a Ox 123.0 f< et. con- ;
taining an area, of Ix.tsO square feet.
Speiden & Speiden are the architects.
HOUSE SALES REPORTED.
Phillips Company Aggregates
Recent soles aggregating s33i'."i>o
are reported from the office of Wil
liam S. Phillips. A list of some of
the larger sales transacted follows
Joseph A. Torrillo purchased from
Nellie M. Jenkins the apartment at
5330 Colorado avetme northwest,
being a brick building containing
twenty-four modern apartments. Wil
liam H. Saunders & Co. represented
Mrs. Adeline Kppley purchased 34 17
Fessenden street northwest, being an
eight-room, two-bath brick residence,
recently completed by the Phillips or
ganization. Mrs. Julia P. Hill pur
chased premises 3415 Kessend- n street
and William I’. Bartel purchased ;'.4d7
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1 BEAUTIFUL CORNER HOME |
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1 ‘ 57,950—51,5C0 Cash
This lovely corner will surely appeal to any refined home pur
-3 chaser who is looking for something better and prettier than the fe
i average moderately priced home. The beautiful lawn and shrubbery,
£ the neat front porch, an extremely cozy paneled living room with g
S tinted walls; then. too, a beautiful dining- room to correspond, and
£ an up-to-date kitchen, all really make this one of the nicest floors 1;
is plans imaginable. The three large outside bedrooms, each w ith a big 4
H closet: the wide halls, and white bath, stamp this as a small home -#
H beautiful. A built-in garage, separate storage space and complete »
laundry make this truly a comfortable ready-to-live-in home.
SEE DAVIS AND STEELE
I 1420 New York Ave. Main 5082-5398 *
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CHEAP BUT GOOD
I Small Cash Payment and Easy Terms
Open and Lighted for Inspection
Saturday and Sunday Until 9 PM,
Quinter, Thomas & Co.
REAL ESTATE FINANCING
819 15th St. N.W. Main 8416
Member Washington Real Estate Board i
NEW APARTMENT HOTEL FOR PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE
Mdinund K. Fox will build eleven story structure nt Twruty-drsl street and Pennsylvania avenue.
! Fessenden street, these homes being
I practically the same in size and de
| sign as 3417 Fessenden street.
| Mrs. Mary B. C. Shuman purchased
j 3S;pi Warren street. This is a center!
i bull, corner brick residence, contain*
f ing seven rooms and two baths, just!
completed in North Cleveland Park. ]
a subdivision being developed by j
’ Phillips Company.
Mrs. Mary Mayfield purchased from;
| Chester Morrell 1420 Decatur street,
being a modern six-room home in |
! Saul's Addition.
T. A. Newton acquired from Joseph j
A. Torrillo premises 12t>:t Irving street I
for use as a residence and in trade I
Torrillo received premises ROD Allison
i street northwest. j
Miss Jane K. Hill disposed of i
premists 2R13 Twenty-seventh street
northwest, a nine-room, two-bath mod- ■
ern brick home, to Frank S. Hollinger.
A modern bungalow in Takoma Park. !
Aid.. 301 Carroll avenue, was purchased
by Fountaine Davidson from Mrs. Mor
ris Hahn, the purchaser beihg repre
sented by H. C. May nor & Co.
HOME SALES ANNOUNCED.
Five Transfers Listed by Firm Dur
Tiie following sales during the past
week are reported by the office of D.
Fourteenth street Highlands. 5414
THE EVENING STAR, WASHINGTON, >D. C., SATURDAY, JULY 19, 1924.'
Thirteenth street was sold to Mrs.
Mary Green. This house has seven
rooms and two baths and is one of a
group of twelve, located on Thir-
If THE 1
1717 R STREET N.W.
Apartments for Rent
One-room and bath, $37.50
1 One-room, kitchen
and hath 45.00
Resident Manager on
B. F. SAUL CO.
1412 Eye Street N.W.
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fiU The Ideal Summer and
lx nil -Tear hung ilow colony.
I s SOLD
l The bargain advertised
\ Inst week, has been sold—
wO 1 here is
S ~D d Pd Brand-new five - room
I MARLBORO bungalow; 10-ft. screened
i in porch; large living
'I room with open fireplace;
■?# two nice l> odro om s,
| £/ glassed-in dining room.
Or large kitchen. Sanitary
?/ toilet, extra large garage.
£s# One-half acre of ground.
I Price, 53,750
Terms can be arranged
(yjvl)) C. H. Neely & Co.
WnL/ 1313 H Street N.W.
Phone Main 959
_TTwo Fine Groups L
Both Fashionably Located. Attractively Designed, Well Constructed
Chevy Chase North Cleveland Park
Connecticut Ave. and Fessenden St. Wisconsin Ave. and Warren St.
These modern, semi-detached Homes occupy one of A high-class and rapidly growing residential see
the most desirable locations in Washington —right on lion. Wide choice of styles is afforded in these new
the City edge of popular Chevy Chase. Most of them and modern dwellings.
have already been sold. Wisconsin Avenue is being widened to 60 feet, from
Center-Ha!i Entrance North Cleveland Park to Massachusetts Avenue.
isattafi’RJSir” “siss - «**»—
Inclosed Breakfast Porch f„ii„ rmnnm. ,
Wrfl Equipped KJWJen Finfkdroom,' 1
Outside PantO. r rch Inclosed Sleeping Porch
t our Jt"Fii2Si C Two Tiled Baths? Shower
FinnJi 1 iJv th ’ Sh Electric Floor Plugs in All Rooms
Floored Attic Large Pantry. Rear Porch
Numerous Closets Paved 16-Foot Alley
PittZ.|wS£ Heater iL r mM“sTw.fc** nU ™“ W * ter H “ ter
Paved Alley, Large Yard Cen ’ ent .
Accessible bv Motor or Chevy Chase car! D ' rec * car service to center of City! ,
teenth street between Jefferson and
Kennedy streets northwest.
Columbia Park, one of the English
t=^ —IBl= ini int:
5 SOLD ' 1
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These Modern Homes in Beautiful Petworth, Adjacent to Sherman Circle
An immediate inspection will undoubtedly convince you that they
are the best buy in the city at
1 $9,750 tSL f
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3 |PxH«E«*r' c
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These homes are twenty by thirty-two feet and contain six exceptionally large rooms.
Tiled bath with shower. Large closets in each bedroom. Linen closet in hall. In the kitchen
there is a one-piece white enameled sink, white enameled gas range and a beautiful kitchen
cabinet. Large bright cellars, stationary laundry trays, servants’ lavatory.
Concrete front porch and ten-foot wide rear porches. Very deep lot to a wide alley.
To describe every outstanding feature is impossible. These homes will not last very long «
3 at $9750.00. L
j v . Sample House, 525 Crittenden St. N.W.
j •' TO ISSPKCTi Take Georgia Avenue ear to Olt I>rive out Georgia Avenue to Crittenden
Crittenden Street, waJk three short blocks east. Street, thence east three blocks.
y SHAPIRO-KATZ REALTY COMPANY I
3 Builders and Owners
1409 L St. N.W. Main 9111
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houses In the row of eleven recently
completed on Ingraham street be
tween Fifth and Seventh streets, was
sold to I. F. Duerst —No. 024 Ingra
Patrick J. Malone was the pur
chaser of 719 Ingraham street north
west, a six-room, colonial house.
Petworth. 313 Webster street north
west. just off Grant Circle, one of the
six-room colonial brick houses, was
sold to Paul J. Leverone.
Houses “Better Clothed.”
Houses now under construction are
better clothed than their predecessors,
according to a trade survey just com
pleted by building engineers. As a
I j| For Your New Home — j Sj
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\> J PRICES MEAN A |
A .V SAVING.
js3o 13th St. N.W. Phone Main 4874|
W. STOKES SAMMONS, PROPRIETOR
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result of the last coal shortage, It Is
said, builders are commonly applying
padded “overcoats” to outer walla in
order to cut down the need for coal
next season. The “overcoats” are of
cattle hair, chemically treated and
stitched between two sheets of asbes
tos paper, and are usually fitted to
the outside sheathing.
Just Drive it; Thai’s All
BIG BARGAIN IN
Jameson-Built Homes Only
421 to 427 12th St N.E. 2 Left
I-— m Only l£ Sqnarex from f,incoln Park
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Ownero and llufltlera
||| Phone Main 5526
Corner House at Saul’s Addition
On Beautiful 13th St.
. C K.VTER HAiJ, l-I.A \
Tapewtry brick Hot-viator boat Servant'* room
Sleeping porch Servant*, bath
Brcakfauf porch Beautiful lawn
I‘*ront porch s front rooimt Hardwood floors
Brick ffaraifr Bright pantry. Attic
l.aundry Tray. Tiled l>atb Metal weather atrip
last, water heater l.nvatory on firnt floor Ilcnderaon serernet)
Owner leaving city to Eve in New York. Terms arranged for
Modern eight-room detached house, with live bedrooms and
double sleeping porch, in excellent condition. Large lot, with shrub- i
bery and flowers. Terms can be arranged.
DAVID E. BARRY
Main 1801 1807 H St. N.W.
4711-4717 9th St. N.W.
Colonial homes, con
taining six rooms, tiled
bath, hot-water heat,
HI —hardwood floors, serv-
IA HOME OF CHARM
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1472 Spring Place
Open Tomorrow for Your
Inspection From 1 to 6 P.M.
This is a most desirable Mt. Pleasant Home, just
off 16th St. Many people have been looking for a four
bedroom house with two baths. You will find your
wishes gratified in this respect, with many other won
derful features. A cheerful open fireplace gives added
charm to a living room 14yxl7y feet. The dining
room is feet, opening into an attractive glassed
in breakfast room. Every part of the modern kitchen
has been carefully planned to save time and steps for the
housewife. A sunny and well ventilated sleeping porch
completes the upper floor. The house is a light texture
brick. 23 feet wide, running through to Ogden St. En
trance to a built-in garage from Ogden St. The house
is screened throughout, and a complete set of awnings
Price and Terms Are Right
-..-M c KEEVER^GOSC„.,.
I I toBBivLTO *J
1415 Eye St Main 4752
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