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REAL ESTATE NEWS

FEATURES OP THE WEEK'S TRADE. MOKET FOR IKVESTMEKT PLENTTFUTv * BIG DEMAND FOR RENTED HOUSES. IMPOBTA5T SALES REPORTED.

According ten aMeading real ?estate sales man money for investment is-more -plenti- ful than it lias been for some time past, and it may be obtained, at * 'reasonable rate of interest.

The demand for rented houses continues strong, and agents are besieged by appli cants, but they find an increasing diffi culty in fulfilling wants. If a house is built there is not the least trouble exper ienced in .letting it, and in many cases a ready sale is effected. , ? ? * Messrs. ? Ernest Saunders & Co., of 101 Kin^ William street, report having sold. a modem bungalow ?which they recently erected at Duhrieh for £875, and a five roomed louse at Prospect for £550. Dur ing tie past ?week they have had numer

ous enquiries for -properties, and have vx ranged several loans for bniteng purposes. Business is good, in all directions, _ and prices are-£-eiflg- well maintained. ? ? ? Messrs. -Wilkinson, Sando, & Wyles re port the following sales o property:— Ac- count of the Petersweld Trust— Part town acre 895, having a frontage of 50 ft. to Burton street, North Adelaide, by a depth, of 195 ft.', ' together with the residence known as St. Heliers, to J-r. Harold Bisch bieth. Account Mrs. E. Al JLiohjmajntt-^^

Part allotments 2, 3, and 4, having a front age of 110 ft. to Wattiebury road, Mit cfcairi, by a depth, of 160 ft., to air. D. Campbell. Account Mrs. James Brown — ' AHotment No. 103, having a frontage of 75 ft. on CSairmont avenue, NeOierby, depth 190 ft, to 3Ir. C. G. Bayes. Account Mrs. M. A. Heard— Allotment 146, having a frontage of 90 ft. -to North, terrace, Ken sington Gardens, by a depth of 175. ft. to Coolibah avenue, to-Dr. D. R. W. Cowan. Account Mr. :W, J. Isbister, K.C. (in conjunction -with Messrs. 3-ux- bury & Burgess) — Part town acre 171, comprising frontage of 20 ft.

3 in. to Waymonta street by a depth of 90 ft., to the Colonial Mutual Life Assurance Society, Ltd. Account Mr. L. Miour— Allotments 59, Snnnybrae, com prising a frontage of 80 ft. to Station road by a depth of -235 ft., to Mr. J. 0. Meyer. On other accounts — Allotment Kt). 3, hav ing a frontage of 70 ft. to Harvey street, Collinswood, by a depth of 140 ft., together with house of 5 rooms, &c.,~ thereon, to Mr. A. E. A. Cloy; and aHotments 21 and 22, comprising a. frontage of 146 ft. to Tusmore avenue, Upper Kensington, by a depth of 198 ft., to Mrs. Grunike. Estate

late Rev. George Stonehoose— Allotment No. 33, having a frontage of €3 ft. to Cromwell street, Gampden Estate, by a depth of 160 ft, to Mr.J. E. lake. Ttotal sales, £6,0796/6. ? * ? Messrs. .-F. W. BuBocfc & Co. will be -offering by auction, on account of trus tees in various estates, .a large number of city, suburban, and country properties on Wednesday afternoon nest, at 2.30 o'clock, at the Wool Exchange, Brookman JJuHdinss.-^It is seldom togt speculators, u

investors,- or those requiring a suburban home have an opportunity of making so good a selection as will be afforded them on the -occasion mentioned. Our readers will Bote by perusing the particulars in our auction columns that the catalogue in cludes six good suburban dwellings, 6itn ated at FulJarton Estate and Malvern. ad joining' the tramlines, with a large block of landatc each; farm propeft? near Salis bury; and several attractive properties at Brighton, one being «. large block of 36 acres extending? from the Brighton road to the sea, and having about 4.000 ft. frontage to roads already existing, includ

ing about 500 ft. eea frontage. This land is well suited for subdivisional purposes, being within easy walking distance of the railway station. In one estate alone the auctioneers . will offer 23 houses in the city, comprising, one lot of eignt Cottages, several weH-built and substantial pairs of houees, as well as a row of six houses of recent construction,- and splendidly built, the situations being Camngton, Surflen, Eden, Regent, and Cardwell streets, all within a few minutes' walk of the Genera! Post Office and in close proximity to the penny section trams. These city proper

ties possess the-adwantage of not only being weH situated and solidly bnilt. but being constantly occupied, and should tempt in i^stors -desiring a good class of property, especially as we are assured that the re serves are fixed at a very reasonable amount with a view of realisation; and the same remark will apply to the Brigh ton, and suburban properties catalogued for ihe eame sale, which is attracting a large amount of attention, and we antici pate seeing satisfactory results. Catalogues have already been prepared, and will be nmediately forwarded. Jo. applicants.

'CLOVELLY.' This property is^situated on 'Edwin terrace, GDberton, immediately adjoining the residence «f Mr. George Brookman. which has just been purchased toy the owner of 'Clovelly ,' Mr. A. C. Macdonald. *'Clovelly' is built on the modern bun galow design, and contains three entertaining rooms, four bedrooms, kitchen, maids' sitting room, two maids' bedrooms, large bathrootn (exceptionally well equipped), lavatory, maids' bathroom, large washhouse, spacious, verandahs, from which mag nificent views of tbe Ton-ens Valley and the hills are obtainable, conservatory, glasshouse, Japanese teahouse (or outside sleeping room). 'Clovelly' has one of the most beautiful gardens in the State. The flower beds, lawns, and shrubbery must be 6een to be anDreciated- OajYls to view the .property may ba obtained irom Wilkinson., Sando. & Wyles, 14 GienT fell street.

'CLOVELLY.' This property is^situated on 'Edwin terrace, Gilberton, immediately adjoining the residence «f Mr. George Brookman. which has just been purchased by the owner of 'Clovelly ,' Mr. A. C. Macdonald. *'Clovelly' is built on the modern bun galow design, and contains three entertaining rooms, four bedrooms, kitchen, maids' sitting room, two maids' bedrooms, large bathroom (exceptionally well equipped), lavatory, maids' bathroom, large washhouse, spacious, verandahs, from which mag nificent views of tbe Torrens Valley and the hills are obtainable, conservatory, glasshouse, Japanese teahouse (or outside sleeping room). 'Clovelly' has one of the most beautiful gardens in the State. The flower beds, lawns, and shrubbery must be 6een to be appreciated- Cards to view the property may be obtained irom Wilkinson., Sando. & Wyles, 14 Gren- fell street.

. - . . .. _ 'LANDUXNA.' '*'-? Mrs.^Jonn^BonnseveQV beautiful home, situated at .the corner of Hutt street and dngas street: This splendid property occupies a full town acre, and is admirably suited for an educational institution, private hospital, or a gentleman's residence. The house is most substantially built, and comprises 18 excellent rooms, very fine entrance hall, spacious balconies and verandahs, and all the necessary equipments of -n np^o-date home.. Mr. Alfred C. Oatt, of City Chambers, Pirie street (with whom appomtaneffts(for_ inspection ._*nav_ie.»ra?BiBBd), .las. been instructed to offer this very 'valuable property for private sale. . *- ' ' ? '

'LANDUNNA.'             Mrs. John Rounsevell's beautiful home, situated at .the corner of Hutt street and Angas street: This splendid property occupies a full town acre, and is admirably suited for an educational institution, private hospital, or a gentleman's residence. The house is most substantially built, and comprises 18 excellent rooms, very fine entrance hall, spacious balconies and verandahs, and all the necessary equipments of an up to-date home.. Mr. Alfred C. Catt, of City Chambers, Pirie street (with whom appointments for inspection ._*nav_ie.»ra?BiBBd), .las. been instructed to offer this very 'valuable property for private sale. . *- ' ' ? '

A view of the maymfipgtt-entranre.!5ialKa-^**LCTi]min^ lovely iwme -at' Huttr- etreefc, now being, offered by Mr. Alfred C. Catt for -private^ saie.

A view of the maymfipgtt-entranre.!5ialKa-^**LCTi]min^ lovely iwme -at' Huttr- etreefc, now being, offered by Mr. Alfred C. Catt for -private^ saie.

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