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| CHAPMAN Realty Co Inc.
Realtors f
'sales, insurance loans,
LISTINGS INMiFD
1226 14th St. NW
3316
Vacant
Newly Decorated
Closing Estate
3527 Hoftnteadc
Place m
Attractive Colinltl trpc bmr an let
NI122. near Utk >nd Sprins lload.
also walking distance te knlien
center of 14th and Park Road. It
la 3 stories and cellar, six rooms,
kath. hardwood floor* and trim new
ly reflniahed. roof 4 years old. storm
windows, awnincs. roek wool insn
lated, cas fnrnace.
Open San., ! to S P.M.
Drive out Hth St. or take street
cert to 45#· block, turn right 1
block to house.
L T. Gravatte
Realtor—Exclusive
72» 15th St. N.W. NAtl. m.vi
BRIGHTWOOD
m. ι
726 Somerset Pl. N.W.
OPEN SAT. AND SUN., 1 TO 6
• Lovely Urine: room, dtnlnc room
• Modern kitchen
• 3 Bedrooms
• Hardwood floors
• Semidetached brick
• Built-in girue
• New-house condition—inside it out
• Full basement
Only $12,950
$3,500 Down
O'BANNON REALTY CO.
Exci.
1023 E. Capitol St. FR. 511»
4225 Sleaford Road
Bethesda, Maryland
816,450
A Dutch Colonial all-brick house
that presents itself as an outstand
inc house in the community. Situ
ated on a large corner lot, con
taining living room, dining room,
modern kitchen. 3 bedrooms and
tiled bath. Recreation room. Oil
h.w. heat. Only a few blocks to
all schools, stores and transporta
tion. Six years old. Like new in
side and out.
ΟρΦη Suunday, J-6 P.M.
Directions: From Bank of Bethesda,
turn right to High School, left on
Chelton Road to Lvnbrook Drive
to Sleaford Road and our sign.
Exclusive With
Samuel E. Bogley
Realtor
7004 Wis. Ave. Wl. 5500, Wl. 1320
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I Northwood Park,
Silver Spring
Ε Immediate possession can be
H had of this attractive and well
ra built home, about V years old,
§} containing 6 rooms (3 nice-sixe
bedrooms, tiled bath, living
room with fireplace, large
screened rear porch, full base
ment, automatic gas hot-water
heat, slate roof, garage, fenced
rear and 'side yards and flag
stone terrace. Nicely wooded
corner lot in a very desirable
pj neighborhood.
Will consider a trade
Open Sunday, 1-5 P.M.
To Reach: From traffic Iight Silver
Spring, out Colesville Road to Lo
rain. Ave. (2nd street on left be
yond Four Corners>. left to Edge
wood Ave. 12nd St.) and right to
house.
Wm. M. Throckmorton
Exclusive Realtor
Investment Bldg. Dl. 6092
3 LOVELY HOMES
OPEN TODAY AND SUNDAY,
1 TO DARK
Uniqut Rambling-Type Home
204 Bruce Drive,
Sligo Park
White brick ranch-typr home, con
structed of the finest of prewar ma·
teiials. Thoroughly modern through
out and in immaculate condition.
Large living room·—kitchen—-dinette—
dining room—with 3 bedrooms and
two baths on first floor. Second
floor—finished atudio room with closet
and 2 large storage rooms. Full
basemont with exceptionally large
knotty pine finished recreation rpom
with fireplace. Maid's toom and bath.
New oil burner—h.-w.h. Beautiful
flagstone patio with fireplace. Located
on attractively landscaped grounds 100
by *250 ft., facing Government park.
Owner leaving town—priced for im
mediate sale.
Tc reach: Out Colesville Ktf.· just vast
Mrs. K.'s Toll House to Sligo Creek
Parkway, turn lelt on the Parkway
1 block, then turn right to Metzler's
sign.
Shepherd Park
1370 Locust Rd. N.W.
Beautifully situated on nice lot on
the most attractive street in Shepherd
Tark. truly a lovely home in the finest
of surroundings. First floor contains
spacious center entrance hall, large
bright living room and dining room,
bright modern kitchen and dining
alcove. Screened side porch. Three
comfortable bedrooms and two modern
tiled baths on the 2nd floor. Large
storage attic. Spacious paneled
recreation room in the basement.
Oil hot-water heat with summer·
winter hookup. Rendis washing ma
chine included with house. Built of
the finest prewar materials and in
exceptional condition. Priced for im
mediate sale.
To Inspect: Drive ouut Jtith St. 1 block
beyond Kalinin Rd.. right on Locuust
Road to the METZLER sign.
Near Falls Church, Va.
Beautiful Colonial Brick Home—
Vacant. Situated on lot 250x250
(over an Α.).
If τβπ love spaciousness. bcantiful
shrubbery and trees of erer? variety·
including azalias. pink and white doe
wood. rnacnolia*. red bud. bo*wood,
lilacs and dozens of others, vith fruit
tree» and (rape arbor. 100 ft. aspara
gus bed. outdoor Are place, voa owe it
to yourself to inspect this show place
of the country. Home la of center
hall design with 7 beautiful brlfht
rooms (I real bedrooms).
First floor has lame living room with
bookcases at end and artistic Are place.
Opening οβ living room is large screened
porch—a real outdoor liting room.
Powder room at rear of hall. Pan
eled dining room. large modern
kitchen with new elee. refrlg . and
ample breakfast room space. Fail dr\
baaement. new knotty pine paneled
ree. room, h.-w. oil heating plant. **
ear let. garage. Regular stairs to
fall attic. Possession at once, as
home is vacant.
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rile watt Fall» Church traffic li»hf to
Woo<fii»T3<f Ate., left to home. Look tor
the tehite board tence at front ot proti
trtv end the MTTZLIR OPt\ s-trr.
METZIER
Va. ο Sir·. MU Leo Highway—CL.
7Λ33: nights and Sunday. Gl·. 6MM.
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BARGE TUPS.
Alone C. ti O. Canal, auspices National
Park Service and Government Services,
Ine.: Leave Lock Ho. 3 on canal one block
south of Thirtieth and M streets, N.W., 2
p.m today and tomorrow. Return from
Lock No. 5 at Brookmont. lid., at 4:30
p.m. on both days.
BAZAAR.
Outdoor bazaar ol art, music and lit
erature. benellt National Society of Arts
and Letters, at comer of Nebraska avenue
and Poxhall road N.W., 2 to 7 p.m. today.
bicycle trip.
Cycle to Accotink Creek, Va., about
35 miles, auspices Potomac Youth Hostel;
meet at District end of Memorial Bridie,
' 9:30 a.m. tomorrow.
BIRD WALK.
In Rock Creek Park, auspices National
Park Service: meet at Sixteenth street
and Alaska avenue N.W., 7 a.m. tomorrow.
CAMERA stroll.
Through George Washington's Birthplace
National Monument and Stratford Hall.
Va., to l«st Rll day. auspices National Park
Service: meet at parking area at Wash
ington's Birtholace paft Oak Grove. Va
il :30 a m. tomorrow. Special buses will
leave 141fi Ρ street N.W.. 9 a.m. tomorrow.
Bring lunch and beverage.
CRUISES.
Along Washington waterfront aboard
the Potomac Clipper: leave dock near Tidal
Basin Inlet Bridge, every other hour from
10 a.m. to 8 p.m. today and tomorrow.
DANCES.
8enior dance. Jewish Community Center,
Sixteenth and Q streets N.W., 8:30 o'clock!
tonight.
Dance with orchestra. gymnasium.!
YMCA, 1738 G street N.W., 9 o'clock to- i
night.
Theta Chi Praternlty. Wardman Park
Hotel. 9 o'clock tonight.
Holy Name Academy Alumni Association,
Warman Park Hotel. 9:30 o'clock tonight.
Illinois State Society, Shoreham Hotel.
10 o'clock tonight.
DRAMA.
"Taming of the Shrew," Shakespearean ;
comedy, presented by the Mount Vernon
Players, at Mount Vernon Methodist!
Church. 900 Massachusetts avenue N.W.,
8:.10 o'clock tonight and tomorrow night.'
Mother's Day variety program, present
ed in Children's Drama Pestlval, Arts Club,
2017 I street N.W., 2:30 p.m. today.
"Peter Pan," presented by Players' Club
°f National Cathedral School for Qlrls.
at Whitby Auditorium on Woodley road
N.W., 8:15 o'clock tonight.
I FOLK FESTIVAL.
Washington folk festival of songs,
dapccf and. music sponsored by the Dis·
trict Recreation Department, in Cent»
High School. Thirteenth and Cliftoc
street» N.W., 8:15 o'clock tonight.
GARDENS.
Gardens of Dumbarton Oaks estate
Thirty-second and R streets H.W.. open tt
oublie 2 to S p.m. today and tomorrow
Visttors are free to roam oyer 16 acres
ol gardens.
HIKES.
Over Old Ras Mountain in nortberr
Virginia Blue Ridge chain, about seven
milti, auspices Wanderbirds Hiking Club;
meet at 1316 New York ayenue N.W.
7:30 a.m. tomorrow. Dinner at Sperry
ville. Va.
From Commonwealth Farm, along Paint
Branch. Northwest Branch and tribu
taries, to Four Corners. Md„ about eight
miles, auspices Wanderbirds Hiking Club;
meet at Georgia and Alaska streetcar
terminal. 10 a.m. tomorrow. Bring lunch
and beverage.
Along Appalachian Trail from Turner's
Gap to Crampton's Gap. Md., about eight
miles, auspices Capital Hiking Club; meet
at Capital Transit Office. 1416 F street
N.W., 8:30 a.m. tomorrow.
MOVIE.
"The Italian Straw Hat." French
language film with English subtitles, at
f»35 G place N.W., at 8:15 o'clock to
night and tomorrow, under auspices of
Community Education. Inc.
MUSIC.
Wade N. Stephens organ recital. Church
of the Latter Day Saints, 8 o'clock to
night.
OPEN HOUSE.
Ping nong. music, games, singing. St.
John's Parish House, 3240 Ο street N.W.,
8:3ο ο clock tonight.
SPECIAL EXHIBITS.
Arts Club ef Washington, 1017 I street
N.W., open 11 a.m. to δ p.m. weekdays
and 2 to 5 p.m. Sundays: Exhibition of
small paintings and sculpture by members
of the Society of Washington Artists,
through May 23.
National Archives, Constitution avenue
between Seventh and Eighth streets N.W.,
open 8:46 a.m. to 5:15 p.m. Mondays
through Saturdays and 1:30 to 5 P.m.
Sundays: Records relating to Army ac
tivities from the Revolutionary War
through World War II, through May.
Public Library, Art Division. Eighth and
Κ streets N.W.. open Mondays through
Saturdays, u a.m. to fi p.m.: Pastels by
Herbert Forester, through May.
Wbyte Gallery of Art, exhibit at the
United Nations Club. 1701 Nineteenth
street N.W.. open 12 noon to 7 p.m. daily:
Recent paintings by Alice Acheson, through
May.
Fish and Wildlife Service, under main
lobby in Commerce Department Building.
Fourteenth and Ε streets N.W., open 9
a.m. to 4:30 p.m. dally: Display of ani
mals and fresh-water fish, for Indefinite
period.
National Gallery of Art, Sixth street
and Constitution avenue NW.. open 10
a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays and 2 to 10 p.m.
Sundays: Woodcuts, lithographs and etch
ings by Paul Gauguin and Edward Munch,
through June 2.
Watkins Gallery, on American Univer
sity campus. Massachusetts and Nebraska
avenues N.W.. open 8 a.m. to 10 P.m.
daily: Palutings by American artists, fea
lurinc contemporary »rt trends, through
May.
Dnmbirt.il Oaks Emtreb Library and
Collection of Harvard University, 1703
Thirty-seiond ttreet N.W., open » a.m. to
4 p.m. Tuesdays through Saturdays, and
5 to 5 P.m. Sundays: Collection of early
Christian and Byzantine art. Including
new objects added during the waT, for an
indefinite period.
Carcoran Gallery of Art, Seventeenth
street and New Ynrk avenue N.W., open
noon to 4:30 p.m. Monday, 10 a.m. te 4:30
pjn. Tuesdays through Fridays, θ a.m. to
4:30 p.m. Saturdays and 2 to 5 p.m. Sun
days: 30th biennial exhibition of contem
porary American oil paintings, through
tomorrow.
Library ef Cancres*, open 9 a.m. to 10
P;m. weekdays and 9 a.m. to β p.m.
Saturdays. Original Lacock Abbey copy
of the Magna Carta, on loan from the
British government until December 15,
1948: original draft of Lincoln's Gettys
burg address, for an Indefinite period:
Manuscript of Lincoln's three-page "auto
biography." for an indefinite period: fifth
annual exhibition of prints produced in
1948. from the Pennell collection, through
August 1; "Men and Coal Exhibit," pre
pared by Coal Mine Administration. De
partment of Interior, through June 1;
exhibition commemorating the &0th anni
versary of Brahm's death, through May
CO: Dayton C. Miller collection of flutes,
through June 30: the Congress of the
United States, recorded in historical prints
and drawings, through May; "Castles in
the Air and Other Projects," by the
American architect, Benjamin H. Latrobe.
through Mav '.'5 : Blackiston Wllkins col
lection of vio'as, through May: Chinese
: illustrated books, through Mav -11.
DAB Memorial Continental, Hall, Seven
teenth and D streets H.W.. open β ajn. to
4:30 p.m. weekdays: Exhibit oi recent «
cession· of household testilej, fans, china,
^Ijer, ilus, kitchens, dolls. toys and ex
hibit of Americana. patriotics and furni
ture with medal historical association,
through May.
Smithsonian Institution. Tenth street
and Independence avenue 8.W., open 8
a.m. to 4:30 pja. daily: Lithographs by
Benton Spruanee. through May 25, and
photographs ot Spain and Mexico by Justin
N. Locke, through May.
Folier Shakespeare Library· 201 East
Capitol street, open it a.m. to 5 p.m. daily:
Exhibit of dramatic manuscripts, four
Shakespeare folios, quartos and Eliia
bethan music, related books, manuscripts
and pictures of Shakespearean ate, for an
indefinite period.
Howard University Gallery of Art. 2401
Sixth street N.V., open 9 a.m. tb 10 p.m.
dally: Exhibition of drawings by Halston
Crawford, t h rough May 15. and exhibition
of Negro art, through May.
- Phillips Memorial Gallery. 1000 Twenty
first street N.W.. open 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Mondays, 11 a.m, to β p.m. Tuesdays
through Saturdays, and 2 to 7 p.m. Sun
days: Exhibition of paintings by John
Gernand. through May 26.
Fan American Union, Seventeenth street
and Constitution avenue N.W.. open θ a.m.
to 4:30 p.m. Mondays through Fridays
and 9 a.m. to noon Saturdays: Loan ex
hibit of Peruvian textiles, through May.
TEEN CLUES.
Special activities for teen agers only
beginning at 7 o'clock tonight at the
following centers:
Junior Poiice and Citizens Corps Head
auarterr, 720 Barry place N.W.: Peti-teen
Basement Clubroom. 1318 Twenty-second
street N.W.: Ivy City Junior Po'icc Ccn
leieirararaiÏliâliZ
*.■ -V, ' ·»··' " . '· · · · ·'.'··
ter, 1700 tJ street NI. and Lanwton
Junior Police Center. 2701 V Street Circle
H jt
Dance with orchestra. Club Teen. 814
Κ street N.W.. 8:30 o'clock tonight.
rOK SERVICEMEN.
Dancing with two orchestras, 9 o'clock
tonight, Penthouse USO. Seventeenth and
Κ streets K.W.
Dance with Rhythm Maker* Band. 8:30
o'clock tonight, NCCB-USO. 918 Tenth
street N.W.
State show with talent from Volunteer
Camp Shows, and refreshments. 0 o'clock
tonight USO Club, 801 Penûsylvanla
avenue N.W.
Party at Walter Reed Hosoital. leave
club lounee. β::ιυ o'clock tonicht. and
dance with orchestra. 8:45 o'clock to
nicht. T7SO Club. 1911 Η street N.W.
Judge Advises Shrine
To Bock Drive on Reds
Judge George H. Rowe, imperial
potentate of the Shriners of North
America, told Shriners here that
President Truman and J. Edgar
Hoover deserve full support In their
drive to eradicate communism from
the United States.
"Ihe New York Supreme Court
jurist left Washington today for
Richmond. Hé made his official
street N.W., last night.
visit to the Almas Temple, 1315 Κ
He ad'ised the local Shriners
that the national group intended
to spend $150,000 to equip three
rpoms of the George Washington
Memorial in Alexandria.
Judge Rowe was welcomed by
Ralph M. Wolfe, illustrious poten
tate of the Almas Temple.
YEAR'S BEST BUY
5712 Roosevelt Street, Bethesda
Owner Leaving—You Save $3,500
Own this lovely new brick on a perfect, shaded lot, 60x130. Living room
with fireploce 11x20, opening onto screened porch and garden, fully
equipped kitchen, dining room and half bath on first floor. 3 bedrooms,
two will take twin beds, and a beautiful colored tiled bath on second floor.
Stairway to storage attic. Basement has fine, large recreation room wifh
fireploce and outside entrance. Oil a.-c. heat, slate roof, copper piping,
detached brick goroge. /
OPEN SUNDAY 12 to 6 P.M.
Directions; Out Old Georgetown Road to Roosevelt, turn left i blocks to house.
Alfred Taylor & Co. »
COIumbia 3322 · Evenings, DE. 0222
\Έ U —BROOK D ALE
5302 NEWPORT AVE $23,500
Charm of design and detail such as most folks want, to make their new
home distinctive. Nice little entrance hall and easy stair; first floor bed
room and full bath; 2 bedrooms and bath upstairs; lorge closets, built-in
bookshelves; pleasing colors; cool, unusual porch.
Other 2-story houses available with 3 bedrooms, VA baths and attic.
Out Wisconsin Are. to Western Ave., left on Western to Cortland Rd.
(first street on right), turn right on Cortland t blocks to Newport Ave.
OPEN DAILY
R. J. BEECH, Inc., owners, wi. 3155
FOXHALL AREA
4744 Reservoir Road N.W.
This outstanding detached brick home has living room, dining room, modern
kitchen and large rear screened porch. Three lovely bedrooms, 2 baths on
second floor. Full maid's room and hill tile bath in basement. Storage attic;
gas a.-c. heat; large lovely lot. Can be purchased furnished if desired. Priced
below today's market. Owner leaving,town.
OPEN TODAY, 2 to 6 P.M.; SUNDAY, 1 to 6 P.M.
To Reach: Wisconsin Ave. to Reservior
Road, west to home and open sien.
Legum & Gerber Really Co.
Realtors—Exclusive Agent
2637 Connecticut Ave. N.W. ADqijs 7800
4700 Locust Circle χ
OPEN SUNDAY 2 TO 6 P.M. Î
FORMER SILVER STAR HOME
Locust Hill Estates, · becrtitiful and ««elusive community. A heme of
unusual charm, situated on a large, beautifully landscaped lot < Vi acre in
•real. Contains 9 spacious rooms and 3!i baths. 2-cor garage. Appoint
ments and finish of the most luxurious.
Direction! to reach: Out Wisconsin Ate. in.it beyond Medical
Center to «to» "Locust Hill Estates. rirht on
Locust Xoai to Locust Circle, right on Locust Circle to house.
For further information, call L Stanley
Jones, A Dams 0021, or CO. 7400, Ext. 412.
SHOCKEY & MOORHEAD
ADoms 0021 v 3429 Mth St. N.W.
EDGËMOOR
5500 EDGEMOOR LANE
Completely Furnished
A tinique well-planned and exceptionally attractive home in one of the finest
restricted residential suburbs, with den and full bath on first floor. It U
now owned and occnpied by a foreign diplomat and must be sold immediately,
including many fine furnishings. The entrance hall is nearly the width of the
house, and first floor also has lafrge living: room with fireplace, dining room,
den with full bath, kitchen, butler's pantry, maid's room with half bath,
front and rear porches. Second floor: 3 bedrooms, 2 baths and » inclosed
porches, easily converted to two rooms. Finished attic. In the basement is
an preconditioned recreation room with built-in bar, laundry, lavatory.
Oil heat. 2-car garage.
OPEN SUNDAY, 1 TO 6 P.M.
MR. BLAKER ON PREMISES. NAtionol 4750 or Michigan 0941 evenings.
To reach· Out Wisconsin Avenue io Bank of
Beiheida, left on Edgemoor Lane to home.
Exclusive With
ROBERT L. McKEEVER CO.
SHOREHAM BLDG. Realtorι NAtional 4750
SILVER SPRING—WOODSIDE FOREST
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1317 Dale Drive
Beautifully situated red brick home with slate roof in restricted neighborhood.
Outstanding features include center hall, large living room with fireplace and
screened porch, large dining room with bay window, large, fully equipped
kitchen; breakfast nook, first-floor powder room; 3 ' lovely bedrooms on
second floor; disappearing stairway to attic; full basement with partially
finished recreatipn room, lavatory, garage; lovely yard with fish pond and
white picket fence in rear.
TRULY A HOME WORTH YOUR INSPECTION TODAY BY AP
. POINTMENT OR WHILE OPEN TOMORROW FROM 1 TILL DARK*
To Reach: Out telh St. to Mi. Une, turn risiht on Coles
ville Rd. to » 1(1» block. ~
line, ..
Turn left on Dale Dr. to house.
FEATURED TODAY ON RADIO STATION WASH-FM FROM 5:15 to 5:30
WORTHINGTON REALTY
8427 Georgia Ave.
Exclusive Agent
If no answer call SHepherd 1913
SLigo 3700
CHEVY CHASE, MARYLAND
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Mr,- · ^ 1M
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If you are a bit curious and can recognise value and yon enjoy 4h#
atmosphere of » quiet refined area of lovely homes, yet very close to
Chevy Chase Circle and its shopping center, visit this home today. The
owner is leaving for overseas duty. The house is jpacioas with a nice
deep lot and shade trees. The 1st floor has reception hall, large living room
with fireplace, a large dining room, cozy breakfast room, pantry and
kitchen; 2nd floor has 3 nice bedrooms and tiled baths. :ird floor has
Ί bedrooms. A side screened porch, sundeck, oil heat, slate roof and
2-car detached garage. The house is priced reasonably and has been re
duced to sell for $25,500.
30 E. BRADLEY LANE
OPEN SATURDAY, 1-5. SUNDAY, 1-6
Drive out Connecticut Avent" ta Bradley Lane at Chevu Chare
Country Club, turn right at trafic light and continue to property. j
W. B. WRIGHT
5211 Wisconsin Ave. Realtor—Exclusive EM. 3380
CLUB MANOR ESTATES
2316 South Arlington Ridge Road
OPEN SATURDAY AND SUNDAY 1-6 P.M.
This charming brick Dutch Colonial home with slate roof is beautifully ap
pointed with refinement of details throughout and located on lovely wooded
grounds.
1st Floor—Living room 13x25 with double picture windows leads to large
music room, gracious dining room, equipped kitchen, Vj bath.
2nd Floor—Master bedroom with de luxe tile bath, dressing room. 2 addi
tional bedrooms with de luxe tile bath. Disappearing stairway to
third floor.
Largo clubroom with fireplace, maid's room, full bath and utility room;
2-car detached garage.
Unusual and lovely features include dainty panel lights of Lennox china
on gold leaf, soft pastel oil tints, recessed radiation with humidifiers, summer
air-conditioning system.
Ideal location for the socially elite, the diplomat, and all lovers of home
beautiful. An exceptional buy due to owner's transfer.
TO REACH: Over Memorial Bridge peif Pentagon and Navy Annex
to South Arlington Ridoe Road and tSrd St. S doort to "OPEN SIGN"
DOERING REALITY CO.
OW. 5299 EXCLUSIVE AGENT FA. 1750-J
GOOD NEWS!
REDUCED PRICES
(UaJtod llM ·η1»)
BAY RIDGE LOTS
KASS REALTY CO.
«461 Cum. An. N.ff. EM. «1—
GICHNER
OWNER SAYS SELL!
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4840 Loughboro Road N.W.
Owner's unexpected transfer from the city affords a<n opportunity to purchase one of the
most impressive homes in the city. Situated on a high knoll among towering trees, it is
surrounded by Washington's most exclusive residential developments—Spring Valley, Briar
cliff, Kent and Wesley Heights. The cost of duplicating its marvelous construction today
would be prohibitive. Custom-built to include all of the finest construction features. First
Floor—Spacious center hall with winding stairway, living room 15x25, dining room 15x18,
library, large solarium, excellent kitchen. Second Floor—Four lovely bedrooms, large en
closed porch, many large cedar-lined closets, and two baths. Third Floor—Large paneled
study with built-in bookshelves, huge storage area, ample space for two additional bed
rooms and bath. Basement—Fully finished with asphalt tiled floors, game room 15x30,
two servants' rooms and bath, cold storage room, Bendix home laundry. Entire property
is in excellent condition. Beautiful lot is richly landscaped to include a number of old
English boxwoods and lovely walled garden; two-car detached garage; gas hot-water heat.·
OPEN SUNDAY, 1 P.M. TO 6 P.M.
Directions—Out Mass. Ave. to Neb. Ave.; left on Neb. Ave. into Loughboro Road and home.
FRANK S. PHILLIPS
927 15H» St. N.W. Realtor Dl. 1411
I
LILAC LAWN
445 Grosvenor Lane
This handsome estate of 10 beautifully landscaped acres. Field stone center hall Colonial home
consisting of large drawing room with fireplace, library 16x22 with open fireplace, large dining
room with open fireplace, breakfast room, modern kitchen and lavatory complete the first floor
plan. There are S bedrooms and 3 complete baths on 2nd floor. Large closets. 3rd floor has
two rooms and bath. Automatic oil heat. 2-car stone garage. Servant's house consisting of
liviyig room, three bedrooms and bath. Additional space for 2-car garage or stable for 2 horses.
Chicken house. Property ideally situated for gentleman'* estate or private school. It give* n*
great pleasure to offer this property for lale at $62,500 and your careful inspection will convince
you it i* fairly priced for quick «ale.
OPEN SUNDAY, 1-5:30
TO REACH: Out Wisconsin Ave. to Old Georgetoion Rd. Out Georgetown Rd. about one mile beyond
the Suburban Hospital. Turn right on Grosvenor Lane to property. Or, out Rockvllle Pike beyond
the Naval Hospital to Grosvener Lane. Turn lelf to property.
BOSS AND PHELPS, INC. ,
1417KS». N.W. Realtor NA. 9300
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DON'T READ THIS AD UNLESS YOU ARE LOOKING FOR
SOMETHING DIFFERENT!
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TWO-ACRE ESTATE
4 Mare Acre* Avail» We
This home will appeal to those imaginative people who seek a house out of the ordinary. Only a builder
with a sense of humor and ο background of exceedingly comfortable living behind him will build for himself
such a house. Large living room 20x25 with huge stone fireplace, entrance hall and dining room, a small
bedroom and full bath; streamlined kitchen on first floor. Master bedroom 20x25 with huge stone fireplace
and bath. Also 13x31 bedroom with bath and deck porch on second floor. Large storage attic. Also «mall
"sun tan" porch off attic room. Intriguing outdoor fireplace and grill on flagstone terrace. Large game
room with pool table in detached building. The house is so situated on the secluded· grounds as to give
complete privacy and an atmosphere of unlimited space though octually only a few hundred feef from Old
Georgetown Road.
Come and wander through Hie stately oaks, poplars, and the dogwood. Plan your future around that golf
green, tennis and croquet courts, vegetable and flower gardens, house parties, lawn parties, and barbecues.
Abowt $10,00 Cash Required
OPEN SUNDAY, 1 to 6
Directions: Out Qtorvttown Road about $ miles beyond Barf*
Betheséa to our si$n at edge of woods, follow arrows through the woods.
7004 Wisconsin An.
SAMUEL E. BOGLEY
ETCiutitt Realtor
WI. 5500-WI. 1320
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