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Image from page 199 of "American homes and gardens" (1905)

Identifier: americanhomesga101913newy

Title: American homes and gardens

Year: 1905 (1900s)

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Subjects: Architecture, Domestic Landscape gardening

Publisher: New York : Munn and Co

Contributing Library: Smithsonian Libraries

Digitizing Sponsor: Biodiversity Heritage Library

  

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George, fullyfurnished, about 58 acres ot land including farm.Large stucco mansion, tiled roof and veranda, 8master bedrooms, 5 bath rooms, beautiful gardens,excellent furnishings. Gardeners cottage, barn?,steam yacht, electric launch, boat houses, farm im-plements, etc. Everything in A1 condition, houserebuilt 1910. Property has large bay, and a pointof land commanding excellent view of the Lake.For particulars address ESTATE OF WILLIAM DEMUTH507 Broadway New York City Do You Want to Purchase A Home? If among our Real Estate Advertisements you donot find just what you want—Address THE REAL ESTATE MART, Care of American Homes and Gardens 361 BROADWAY, NEW YORK CITY. Mid The Berkshires. A BARGAIN—House; barn; hen house; office; all newly painted. 19 fruittrees. Well and cistern. 3 beautiful acres. Grand view. One-half miletrolley. Near two famous schools. Price J1900; will be sold for $U50;$500 down, balance to suit. D. B. Cornell Company, Great Barrington, Mass. Summit, New Jersey

 

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pQ ? SAI F a extremely reasonable price and on mostkJnijljj liberal terms to immediate purchaser.House is uniquely situated in center of five acre court approachedthrough a driveway of beautiful old shade trees. One mile fromstation. Colonial house, practically new, three baths. Fruittrees, garden, regulation tennis court. Modern stable and otheroutbuildings. Within reasonable distance of Baltusrol andCanoe Brook Clubs. Owners business compels immediatechange of residence. Ready for occupancy after April 10thR. C. WILSON, (Owner), Summit, N. J.

  

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