THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Ann Arbor is not only one cf the
nities for investment and home.
prettiest spots in Michigan, but it offers the best op-
Best for the Money
Ten room house in first-class condition, in ideal location for home and income. The living room is 16x32, with fireplace.
and exceptionally good window arrangement. Large bedroom and bath on first floor, and five bedrooms and bath on sec-
ond. Large clothes closet for every bedroom. Built on garage. Lot is large with exceptional landscap-
ing. This home has an air of comfort and refinement. Can be bought at very reasonable price with small down payment.
New six room house and heated sun room in best part of south-east section. Living room extends across one entire end of
the house with beautiful fire-place. The sun; room opens off from this with French doors. The three bedrooms and
bath all have two way exposures. Basement has laundry and other excellent equipment and is exceptionally well lighted.
Here is where four or five thousand dollars in cash gets a bargain in price.
We have houses, large and small, in every section of the city and for every need.
Near the University of Michigan, is a six family apaitment with an income of $3,000
ally, over and above all operating expenses. The price is $25,000, the down payment
00, and the monthly payment: but little more than half the monthly income. This is
ual in every way, and only in Ann Arbor are such purchases possible.
A brick business block on a prominent street, a half block from the campus. This is
pportunity for one who wishes to develop business near the University.
Insurance of All Kinds
Farms and Suburban Acreage
Property Service Company
H. L. THORNTON, Manager
Frater. nily, Sorori y _or
Near to and southeast of the University. Large enough to acconymodate 20 to 25, solid
floor and finish downstairs, complete bath room o nfi st and second floors, steam heat, large
double garage and priced at $28,000-the value of the lot alone. Any reasonable terms of
rment will be accepted-even to the extent of monthly payments onLy.
Phone 418 W.
701-2 Nat'l Bank Bldg.
In the City of Ann Arbor
.Oy , oires L. E. Tingley
113 S. MAIN, ANN ARBOR
Here is a real house at a bargain price. It is located just off a paved
street on one of the best lots south-east of the Campus. Plenty-of shade and
nice shrubbery. Room for a garden.
Reception hall, living room, dining room, kitchen, library, and a good
bedroom on the first floor. Four good rooms on the second floor. Large light
Unusually good basement. Steam heating plant. Electric waterlift.
Automatic gas heater. What more to make a real home?
This house will make anyone a good homeor it will sell for enough more
later in the summer to make you a good investment. Price is only $11,000.90.
This is a $2,000.00 reduction.
3 Wuerth Arcade Phone 2438. Evenings and Sundays 661 -W, 617 or 1686-R
New Subdivision justopened on Long Shore
Drive. Just across and facing Huron River.
I I .
We are pleased to offer a seven room house on GED-
DES ROAD for sale. When you consider a homne in the
ideal location without the dirt, dust and noise of the usual
city residential streets, GEDDES ROAD will satisfy you.
We are in a position to help finance the build
ing of a home Qn one of these lots, and suggest
you come and investigate this proposition.
Lot 96x393, beautifully landscaped.
These lots are 58x142 and may
10 per cent down and 1 per cent
Prices ranging from $700 to $575.
be sold with
First Floor-Entrance vestibule, large living room with
fireplace and built-in bookcases, sun parlor, dining, room,
bedroom, large kitchen and refrigeration roon, built-in bath.
Finish and floors are oak.
Second Floor-Two extra large bedrooms (one fire-
place); finish and floors are oak.
Basement--Vapor steam heat, fruit and vegetable, cel-
lar, laundry room with electric lift. Single garage.
Possession September Ist, 1924. Owner leaving Ann
A9 Room Huse -Price Reduced
We are pleased to offer a nine room house on one of
the best residential streets in Ann Arbor for sale.
First Floor-Entrance hall, library, living room (with
fireplace), large sun parlor, dining' room (panelled side
walls), kitchen. Finish is white enamel; five sets of French'
Second Floor-Three large bedrooms and built-in
bathroom; linen closet; finish is white enamel and cherry.
Third Floor-One bedroom, lavatory and washroom;
large attic storage space.
Basement-Vapor steam heat heating plant, laundry
room, fruit and vegetable cellar; coal room
House includes full screens, plate glass windows, porch
awning. Two-fifths of an acre of land, beautifully land-
scaped; pine, pear and maple trees.
Possession September 1it, 1924. Owner leaving Ann
For further information or for anappointment to see these beautiful homes, Call
Mrs. Ada Gustine
Mr. NEWTON with
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