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May 25, 1924 - Image 18

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No city in the' United States offers better opportunity thane does Ann Arbor, for the
establishment of a beautiful,, pleasin~g and delightful home.
No homes, in America offer, greater opportunities than do those of An~n Arbor, for re-
'finied living conditions and at the same time~ ssatisfying incomes.
In the Southeast section- of our city, two blocks from the' University,' on a corner' lot,
on one of Ann =Arbor's finest 'residenltial streets, is a :15 room house, modern throughout,
inviting reception hall, spacious and well lighted, 'fine oak stair ,and a very -large livinig room
with: cheery fireplace. A large dining room, cozy deni, neat -kitchent and restful sleeping
porch, make'for hominess on the first floor. All upstairs rooms }are well lighted and venti-
lated.
This house has provided its owner a delightful homei and with f imonithly itcom of
about $250, for severa years.

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1- -2 familyapartment. Stucco on
paid $18,250 in August-last year.
Balance $J.2.0 per mouth.

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Al conditioxj. Prty
$5;754 cash eqiuter.

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The price 'is $23,000, reasonable down 'p ayment' will handle it.
be niade f roan the* income ii the-house.

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2- -5 RoomC ottage. Now rne
equity nust be paid in cash.

del at -65.-OO ner mopth.

At$6.000.

Term ri$2,933

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Balance at $28.00 peel month.

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Oilher Places of Intetes
Five rooms, new and modern, in 1Univrsity 'diict, $8ACO.s
Six rooms,:ha rdwood throughout, on pavement aned. car~lite, a spkritld
home for $9,500./
Seven room.house, .corner' lot,' attractive, news' a# d well hunit, every homne
convenience, $1,0..

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3- -Large lot on West Liberty and 8th at $1,125.
ance spayable 13:50 -per month.

To rms,,$438nequ t)7 ash

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4,-4 lots i arvi ewHeights at $2;590.
$40.00 per month.

Term s, $1,37cash eqity.

'Balance

5--Lot 114 Calkins Addition at $590.

Te -rst $225 cash equity.

Balapge X7:90"

We have a roomoing house of 22 roonms,! that: pays' $400 ithly.
can buy it with $3,500.down. and.$100.monthly.
For -home, investment or *business1 see,

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cash. WBtce $50.00 per month.

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6-- Lots ini South Park jV1st bff"Packard toward Washtenaw 'at -$? 50.
cash. B~alance due in August.
7 - Room. House on West Side. Stucco with tle roof at $7,000. Terms

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show'any,'or all -of them by *apgo ntment.

-bargain.

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We are pleased to'offer a tit toeen room house on C~mb ge tbkd, fbt tdi6. When

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you considera home in-'the ideal location, without the' dirt, du1st
residential streets, CAMBRIDGE 'ROAD will satisfy ybu.

hd r i of tit usual city

This house 'is typically English,, twoi and one-lhalf stories high ai1d c rttrtekd of stuc-
Co and half timber.
First Floor--Entrance vestibule with' tile floor, entrance hal1l,.Ctclo~dset;iimusic rooim,.
extra large living room with fireplace.hnd built-in bock =cases (side, w lls arepanelled; coiil-
ing is hand :carved) , 'sun parlor, with firelace-finish. is gray 4hesttiut, dining xom with
panelled side ,walls, and ;beamedl ceiling, butler's pantry, kitchen with bilt.'n; refriger~tor, 1

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We re in a position to help ┬░finance the buxildirg o~f a homne on one ofth e
lots, and~ sugrgest you com~e and investigate -this poroposition.

N' ew $Sbiirlsion just' ope.ned:
1ng Hurnon River.

oni LongShore: Drive.

just aroas end fy

These lots are,,58x142 and may be soldcwith10 per cent down an d

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Prices rangin g from $700 to $575.

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709 Haven Bv*uO

maid's sitting room ,,and -maid's .bedroom.

.Fii sh i& quartered -oak,".floors are oak.

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House

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Second Floor--Five lage 'bedroom, -'linen lclos~tsleepink porch : (will
three double beds), extra large bath room, hree ilarge 'storage closets. Floors

accommo date
are oak.

a Third Floor-Three bedrooms, 'bathmroo with shower' bath,'attic sorage space.

~We ahave =the excl si elisting of this roperty, and
bes vaues nthe city. UThe Dawner has leftAnA rbor,
disposlng of this property.

conside it one, off the
and is very anxious in

Basement-Combination. hot' air 'and hot water .heating Olaht;

large', laundry

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built-in tubs, coal room, fruit and storage room,' lavatory, store rooin H-ouse includes full
screens. The lot has' 196 feet frontage on Cmnbridge Road' and is -lantedl with Siberian
Barberry hedge, shrubbery and good trees. Two car,garage.

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For further information or for an appointment to' see this* property, caill

Four rooms, alavJatory and' toilet -on -first.'floor, 4:
orl seconld, a,d large: attic over entire house.
The l ot is 44x1321and, is worth otne-'ha.lf the price

large oroos andIfulfl 1ath

.asked which s $9,500.

MR. NEWTON

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