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'BARTON VALE,' ENFIELD.
A NOTABLE SALE. That magnificent property, -wideiy known throughout the State as 'Barton ' Vale.' Enfield, which has been in the con tinuous possession and occupation of the Bowman family since 1840, is at last to come under the hammer by order of the Supreme Court, in the estate of the late Hubert Bowman. The stately mansion, set on an eminence and surrounded by picturesque and well-matured grounds, has (as will be 'seen in the photograph pub lished in these columns) quite the atmos phere of an English country home, which is enhanced by the noble proportions of the gallery-encircled entrance hall and lounge. The lofty tower is the dominating feature of the district, and commands a sweeping panoiajia frvm the hills to the sea. The property bas now 'been subdivided into tnree lots, 'some 21§ acres (including the garden, shrubberies, orangery, orchard, I and outbuildings) going with the residence, and the balance (with the exception of an acre block on the Main North Road) will be offered in one lot of 94J acres, suitable for intense culture or subdivision. DXis trated booklets will be available next week from the joint auctioneers. Elder, Smirh, anrl Co., limited, and Wilkinson, Sando, and Wyles, 14 Grenfell Street (opposite - 'Rezister' Office), i