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The daily press. (White Plains, N.Y.) 1929-????, April 01, 1929, Image 15

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JBXFHOKX 9200 ^ » -------------- - ------- r THE DAILY PRESS, WHITE PLAINS, N. Y„ MONDAY, APRIL 1.1929. PRICES WILT SOON ADVANCE Overlooking New Rochelle'-The Heart of the Golfers ’ Paradise • i. ■' - - ' ■ y • • . Unsurpassed in Beauty , Unrivalled in Environment, Unmatched in Price', California Ridge is the Best Property m Southern Westchester T HOSE who have made an ’ exhaustive and intelligent search for a desirable home-site realize that the ideal home-site is indeed a rarity. Often a site offers certain features of appeal but presents other undesirable featutes which force an adverse decision. It is because CALIFOR ­ NIA RIDGE offers all the desirable elements with none of the objectionable features that it has convinced many home- seekers that it is a locality of ideal home-sites pure and simple^ Its altitude of 225 feet, commanding a twenty-mile view across Long Island Sound, gives a home at CALI ­ FORNIA RIDGE a distinction not easily duplicated. The outlook embraces beautifully kept preserves, four lakes of matchless charm, 100 acres of well cared for golf course and majestic wooded tracts. For the nature lover the picture is perfect. Modern progress and man ’ s agency amplify'-all that Nature has done for CALIFORNIA RIDGE. The Ridge has a frontage of nearly a mile on California Road and is directly opposite the 217 acre park purchased by Westches ­ ter County from the New Rochelle Water Co. for a beauti ­ ful rercreation park. * ' • . * In this tract lie two splendid lakes. Here there are bridle-paths, playgrounds, attractive' wooded-walks and shady retreats. Here the children can play to their hearts ’ content while their elders commune with nature. H ERE' the country and the city may be said to clasp hands for CALIFORNIA RIDGE is at the v^ry . door of New Rochelle. It is easy to get to Pelham, Mount Vernon and New York City, however you want to go, or Bronxville, Tuckahoe, Crestwood, whenever you may desire to go. The trolley passes the property. Crestwood Station on the Harlem Division of the New York Central is only three-quarters of a mile Sway, with. 5- trains daily to Grand Centraj Station;running-time, 33 minutes; and wykagyl. Station on the Boston 8C West ­ chester is also three-quarters of a mile, away, with trains every twenty minutes. The Hutchinson River Boulevard not only affords quick access to New York City but offers one of the most attractive motor drives to be found anywhere. The finest landscape artistry has been employed in the development of-California Ridge, and it has not only preserved the natural beauty of the locality but has en ­ hanced it. -The streets are 50 and 60 -feet wide and are graceful and curving. Gld California Road on which the Ridge Borders is one of those picturesque old roads which we now' seldom see except as the artist spreads them off his canvas. . Restrictions have been laid down which are consist ­ ent ’ with, high-class developments. CALIFORNIA RIDGE is, ideal and its developers.will keep it so. o Your Home Is Waiting lor You — -Don ’ t Keep It Waiting Too Long . • ROBERT LUCAS FORBES, Realtoi* ==± 1 Forbes Building, 46 Lawton Street, New Rochelle, Telephone 4412 . i * * CALIFORNIA RIDGE, INC., OWNERSDEVELOPERS — JOHN L. BULL, PRESIDENT

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