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FALL REALTY TRADE LOOMS STRONG IN D. C. Many Firms Report Summer Activ ities Involving Huge Property Values. Indications of an unusually strong Kail market in real estate in the District Is predicted l>y a number of local real estate men, who declare that the Hummer transfers of prop erty have been unusually strong. During the Summer 27 transactions involving transfers of lots, large and small houses, apartment houses and business properties are reported from the office of McKeever & (.loss, who give the value of these deals at sl,- 250.000. Among the deals announced was the transfer of the bachelor apart ment at 1737 H street for a local in vestor in exchange for a parcel of 47» acres adjoining Rook Creek Park, property of the Realty Service Cor poration. Another transaction was the sale of a business property at ! 31 IS Fourteenth street northwest —a store and apartment building—which was sold for Edward Kohner to An droneke J. Janes. This transaction was completed in conjunction with Gardiner & Dent. Exchange for 45-Acre Tract. The following properties. 4820 Blag den avenue, 1908-10 Fourteenth street. 1409-1 1 T street and a parcel of ground in Anacostia, were trans ferred to a local investor for a 45- acre tract of ground adjoining Rock Creek Park, which tract was trans ferred to George B. Bryan. In connection with the office of! Joseph Shapiro, a modern frame bun- | galow at 3704 Brandywine road was] sold for F. H. Payne to Henry 11. i Broteler. A small bungalow on ; Kidge street, in Chevy Chase. Md.. I was sold for Paul Dyddane to Wil- i liam C. Plumm. An apartment in a! co-operative apartment building, built ! by M. and R. H. Warren at 1705 | Danier place northwest, was sold to 1 Mary Walton Kent, and a new two-; story house 1 >uill by the same com- I pany in Iceland was sold to Elizabeth Summerhays. M. and R. H. Warren purchased from "William Van Ness five lots adjoining their new subdivision in Eelaiid. Md. Joseph Sanders purchased from Ralph W. Matthews the property at 770-772 Girard street. Eot 4. square 3532, was sold for the William F. Finn estate to the Most Rev. Michael J. Curley. Arch bishop of Baltimore. One of the new homes, at 1102 Fourth street north cast, erected by McKeever & Goss last year, was sold for Nina Hpence to tyaura V. Belt and then resold to Roy N. Hoffman and wife. A six room new home at 1009 Quincy street was sold, in conjunction with N. E. Hansbury, to George A. Cummer, anil a six-room frame bungalow located at Connecticut avenue and Rodman street was sold for Catherine McCar piiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii | Last One | f Five Built I | Four Sold | | New Brick Home | | 290510th St. N.E. | | (Brookland) | = All modern, 6 rooms and M | bath, attic, screened-in s = porches, large lot. Many = = new ideas. = | Easy Terms | | Inspect At Once | § Salesman on Premises = i To inspect take cars to 12th | | and R. I. Ave. N.E., then = = north two blocks on 12th = S SL to Girard St, then west on s S Girard St to houses. = | Arlington | | Realty Co. | = Real I alucs and Real Homes j= | 1627 K St. M. 3174 || iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiininiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin; i I Come Out to I I COLUMBIA PARK | I SUNDAY | I 7th and Ingraham Sts. N.W. | '4 And See the Best and Lowest-Priced Six-Room Homes in the I I NORTHWEST SECTION | I With Spacious Porches || 1 EASY TERMS | ■ TO INSPECT; Take 14th Street car marked “Takoma” to 7th and Kennedy Sts., B ■ walk south two blocks, or 9th St. car to Ingraham St., walk east. Transportation best B I D.J. DUNIGAN I I 1319 N. Y. Ave. Phone Main 1267 ■ REAL ESTATE, ron to the Heywood Company. A two story. modern brick home In Woodley, 2856 Twenty-eighth street, was pur chased by Rev. Mimi C. Marseglio from Mary F. Burrows. Apartment House Deal. A four-story apartment house at 1422 Massachusetts avenue, belonging to W. D. Tenille. was transferred to Albert Hlslop In exchange for a mod ern apartment house, recently built by Hurry Kite at 2531 Q street. A frame bungalow built by M. and R. B. Warren at Eeland was sold to Wil son R. and Viola Johnson, and the large, attractive brick residence, com pletely detached, at 1809 Varnum street, was sold for Alice R. Simpson to Helen T. Carr. A new six-room frame house re cently built by Clarence H. Small at 628 Orleans place northeast was sold to Stephen D. Eefas. A three-story brick house at 1942 Calvert street was purchased by Mary Ackerman from Mrs. Bertha Cohen. David A. Baer purchased the Den ver apartment, at 1419 Chapin street, giving in exchange three new houses on Elliott and Forty-third streets northwest. This sale was made in conjunction with William K. Hartung. Stuart E. Burdick purchased through the office of Boss & i’heips one of i the new homes Just completed by M. | and R. B. Warren at Eeland; another j of the Eeland homes was purchased I by I’hllip Quayle of the Bureau of 1 Standards. The business property at 1334 G street was sold for E. B. Dean to an out-of-town investor. CONTAINING Kfrh ONE MILLION SQUARE FEET : rIN THE CHOSEN LINE OF HIGH CLASS DEVELOPMET^ Fronting on 16th and 14th streets. 300 foot*elevation, 1 overlooking Rock Creek Park. All building sites and ! street will be graded. Priced to show a certain profit. i Restricted to detached homes. BUILDING FINANCED Drive oat 16th Street te Alaska Arenas, then four J blocks north on 14th Street to office on property. EDSON W. BRIGGS, Owner I Investment Bnikling, 15th and K Sts. N. W. Main 5974 j VS 1 ■ " ''' ■ '■■■ —" Ja ——* I —among the satisfied residents who are t I purchasing these beautiful modem Homes ■ I North Cleveland Park I U Wisconsin Avenue and Warren Street m M A splendid location in a fashionable resi- ■ K dential section that is rapidly growing. M a Beautiful semi-detached Homes of pleasing ■ M design and permanent construction. Eight ■ a rooms, two baths, large basement, payed ■ m alley and other desirable features. ■ M For a comfortable Home and a wise invest- ■ f ment you will do well to inspect these dwell- ■ M ings without delay! I ■ Direct Car Service On F Street Line ■ M Out Wisconsin Ave. to W arren St. I I WM. S. PHILLIPS I ■ HEAXTOR-BUH.DER I I 15th & K Sts, Main 4600 ■ ■ ■ ' 1 ■ —*■■—■■■ 11 11 ■ ■—■■■ I——l. I . THE EVENING STAB, WASHINGTON, D. C„ SATURDAY, JULY 26. 1924. 5-STORY APARTMENT BUILDING BEING ERECTED Structure at 16th and Spring Streets to Contain 60 Units From A 2 to 4 Rooms Bach. A five-story apartment house con taining sixty apartment units of two, three and four rooms and bath is in the process of erection on the north east corner of Sixteenth and Spring streets by Morris Gafrltz Company and financed by the F. H. Smith Com pany. The cost of the building will be 345,000 and the lot Is valued at $35,- 000, making the total value of the en terprise $380,000. The site contains 11.825 square feet, with a frontage on Sixteenth street of 107.50 feet an* 110 feet on Spring street. The new struc ture will be called the Pershing Apartments. The building will boos tapestry brick and limestone, with a tile roof and elevators. Every room will be an outside room and each apartment will contain a dining alcove and re ception hall. STUDEBAKER Just Drive It; That’s All Incandescent Lamps in Millions. There are now in the United States more than 360,000,000 incandescent lights In use and an many more In all other parts of the world. The annual demand for Incandescent lights for new installations and re placements is more than 200,000,000. It is notable that the electric light has attained Its present widespread popularity in less than 60 years after Edison produced the first practical model. Michigan Park 12th and Michigan Ave. N.E. A neighborhood of en hancing value, zoned and restricted. Individ ual or group building lots and properly con structed houses and bungalows. Call at 4207 12th street northeast, or Middaugh & Shannon, Inc. Dupont Circle. Potomac 2200 mmmm _____ Petworth Homes 4711-4717 ! JAMESON-BUILT HOMES I i P c u 1313 to 1319 Taylor St. N.W. 5 bold 4004 to 4022 13th St. N.W. v ■ ■■ Only One Square From B 6 and 8 large rooms, Owner* and Builder* Phone Main 5526 The Last One We Have Left in This Square 1321 Holly Street $13,750 Small Cash Payment Reasonable Terms The natural advantages of this high, cool and healthy location can he enjoyed to the utmost in this most charming bungalow which bespeaks re fined elegance and assured comfort. Careful attention to detail of arrangement has produced this irresistible home. Line Urine room, most attractive dlnlir room, pantry, up to-the-mtnnte Utrhrn with sanitary fixture* and equipment. Luye light bedrooms, spacious bath. Oak flooring of the highest grade, especially selected for beautiful grain, and color. Gen erous concrete front porch, large lot. Garage. THE CERTAINTY OF INCREASED VALUATION MAKES THIS A MOST WONDERFUL HOME BUYING OPPORTUNITY. Don't fill to me it Sunday, or oaQ for our onto nemos during the week. (Take box at Uth and Colorado Arenas to Alaska Arenas and Floral Street, walk one sonars north.) Arnold and Company 141.6 Eye St. Mala 2434 Exdxmoe Agents Out of every 10,000 deaths in the United tttates, 270 are violent ones. FOR RENT P Two of the | Best Equipped, Most | % Attractive and Best | | Located Storerooms in J the City I i i f Suitable for real estate, | p broker, cafeteria, restaurant | | and many other lines, p Good leases will be given. | | Gardiner & Dent I INC. 1409 L Street N.W. Main 4884 I |lllllillillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllW | Opportunity Is Knocking | J At Your Door | Bill lllllllililllllllllllll lllllllllllllllim nil Illlllilli mi mi in mill | I These are Unusually Desirable Homes at 3110-3128 Newton St. N.E. j / n Just Off Rhode Island Avenue in the I * District of Columbia brOfßffl' Cottages and Bungalows You will find these to be Homes of the highest type and in the fullest meaning of the word. They are planned and arranged practically and finished and equipped in the most modem way. There are no disappointments in these Homes. Kite constructed and Kite built—insuring the best of every thing. Making your Home here will be a real pleasure, for they are so convenient. The location is the best in this entire section of the citv. See them and be convinced. ft i; : ' I _ i Hot-water heating plants, fully equipped bath, up-to ~ date kitchens containing all the improvements for which Sewer Kite-constructed Homes are justly famed. You won’t find anything at our price to compare with these Homes in Water 1 1 Northeast Washington. j and Gas The Prices Are Attractive already And the Terms Will be Most Satisfactory to You in and , _ 1 Open for inspection every day and evening. polU lor Our office representative is on the premises. Built, Owned and for Sale by j Harry A. Kite (Incorporated) . | 1514 K Street Phone Main 4846 | REMARKABLE 8 -Room, Semi-Detached NEW HOMES IN Fashionable Woodley Place AT ONLY $12,950 $1,500 Cash —Balance Monthly You Will Appreciate the 8 ROOMS BUILT-IN GARAGE BATH AND SHOWER * HARDWOOD FLOORS SEMI-DETACHED PITTSBURG HFATFR MASS, frenchSs PORCH combination cabinet Only Three Built EXHIBIT HOUSE 2761 Woodley Place OPEN 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. • Drive out Com. Ave. to Cathedral—% block east to Woodley Place or to Calvert St„ 1 block north. SHAPIRO CO OIQ I W* IVSK2 Ttamtn. imo 'REAL ESTATE.