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THE DAILl. PRESS, WHlUiJ'LAINS, N. Y„ SATURDAY. APRIL 27.1929 9200 REAL ESTATE NEWS 'ar^s Sees Mamaroneck Ave. As County Shopping Center With Big Buildings Coming EM Earthquake* Recorded In Chile And The Argentine THurtfli Company reported. Another etron* quilt. »t> iporttd at Point* Del Inca at 1:23 a. m. and a allicht tre- aor at Mendoza City at 1:20 Ha can alt 1 m or dama|t* Santiago. Chile. April M •CUP) — A atrotut aarth tremor t tba CUT of Oonatltu- lata yesterday. anorl* Ins to report* received lierr today. The population iTOCK-A- Business Property Specialist Looks for Higher Sky Line As Land Values Continue to Rise. Increaeed activity In Whit* Plains business property 1* an outatandlns j feature of Westchester Count)- realty market this aprin*. accord- In* to T. Byron Park. mana**r of tha business property department of Prince ft Ripley, Ins. \The present movement of busi ­ ness property,\ says Mr. Parks, “ is largely centered about the new ho ­ tel now nearins completion on the New Tork Poet Road, and Cheat avenue, and the alt* of the m government poet office on Orand street Biz sales s*grtgstlng over S3.000.000. bsve been ro*B» In this immediate eectlon during the last two welcs, and several others are pending. I believe we tremendous change la the area bounded by Grand street. Mamaro ­ neck avenue. Post Road and Mar ­ tin* avenue during the next two I year*. Valuaa have reached a point which will result In pushing bulld- lnga up Into the air. Tha aky Una of Whit* Plains will be lifted way beyond tha two-story stage section. Whit# Plains has written the finis of the act In which It was a suburb of New Tork. Jt has coma a city In Its own sphere, which Is Westebeeler County. White Plains la developing a suburban lion of lta own to the north, south, east and weet. This transforma ­ tion 1* to me the moat Interacting and important feature in the his ­ tory of th( rise in local real estate Mamaroneck avenue Is not strictly a Whit* Plaint thorough ­ fare. It<!* a county (hopping cen- . _ . e value of the real estate along its aides cannot be gauged on local population or on local buying power. \The county recreation center and the new hotel are both eplen- dld examples of this trend towards White Plains aa the centra] city of Westchester, and they both will re ­ sult In bringing thousands of peo- , pis U> this city from all over the . country. Tha widening of autemo- 1 bile arteries entering White Plains ' from all directions has also an Im J portent Influence, a* It makes ac cess easy hy private automobile o inss from the new and grow ­ ing suburbs of Whits Plains. \Mamaroneck avenue has bet a great retail shopping canter, but there is yet another atep before ft can be considered what.we r _ t location. It l difficult to predict when \l. __ j reach this status, but I believe the turn wll com* when one or two of ' the big chain store people decide to open on Mamaroneck avenue , few years ago people laughed a • idea of a Woolworth store on Fifth . avenue In New Tork City. The , first store at the corner of tin ,, fttreet and Fifth avenue was an tm- ^ mediate success. The tame thing . may happen on Mamaroneck ave- | nu*. White Plains, and when e this thoroughfare . it will do much to clinch the itreet'i position as tha 100 par cant shop- Ping district of Westchester County.\ R0STENBER6 LEASESSTORES Local and 'Out-of-Town Lo- rations Rented to Variooa Lines of Business Completed Shrine at Marion, O. For the Curmal Building Corp. of Riverside. Conn-, store at 11 8pring •treat to Frank Trapaaao of Under ­ hill avenue. Whit# Plains, to be used as s barber shop. t» For the same owners, slors at 18 Spring street to the Roee Depart ment Store, formerly of Main street opposite the Court House. Also for Ih* Longacre Realty Corp. a store In tha Derecktor Building at the corner of Poet rpad and Mamaroneck avenue to the Crompound Farms Co, Inc, Peeks- kill, to be used ss a retail store for poultry and dairy products. Also for L. Gennero a loft on Main street over Jostph's to Miss Manassl for dress manufacturing. CON VENT ION Delegation From Local Kiwanie Qub To Attand District Ses ­ sion At Part Jerri* A good sisad delegation from the White Plain* Ktwanla Qub plans attend the Port Jenrta convention which will be held Monday morning for I Tha trip, 1 f Kiwi some instances, will nlng as several of the local delegates plan to make a week-end holiday of the event The following will make the trip: Mr. and Mra. George F. Adams. Mr. and Mrs. Charlas Cheney, Dr. A. C. Werner. C. Howard Olsen. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bills. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Gelster and Prank E. Clark. Tha district convention is hooked ta begin at 10 o'clock Monday morning. tfta remains of tha lata Praaklaai sirs Wsiren G. nirft SMALL HOUSE At the expoeltlen at tha Grand Centra! Palace of architecture and allied arts .the small house for the suburb# has IU place In a group of exhibits ea tha third floor. Mod ­ els of bouses built by the Homeland Company In different parts of Westchester County are among the exhibits Included in the booth of Architectural Miniatures. In tba ad ­ joining apace the Meado-Brook Nur ­ series have laid out an excellent example of Informal landscaping of a typical suburban plot, around _a reproduction of a low. rambling stone house, in Homewood, whieh attracted endless comment It was built a few years ago. SCARSDALE In ths beautiful Greenaerei Section. Owner muat sell this large attractive colonial home. One minute from excellent school, close to station. Houaa ia built of brick and shingle construction. Large plot, 75x150 —nine rooms, three baths, open porch. Beautiful trees and shrubs. SEE US FOR PRICE AND FURTHER PARTICULARS MORROW 8 MILLS, Inc. Depot Plaaa Building, WHITE PLAINS ' ICULARS 1C. U CENTRAL AVENUE BUSINESS PARCEL $200 FRONT FOOT. Block and one-half to parcels listed at $1,500 per front foot. Owner needs cash right now. We will sell it through this publicity and that's that. Follow us for certified buys. DAVID W. CORNELL WHITE PLAIN* Depot Plan TELEPHONES S078 - UN ENGLISH BRICK HOUSE I and 1-bath house, beet con- hollow tile, elate roof, hraaa : water heat. . tiled, kitchen, breakfast nook. 1 cmr garage, high ground. 8 minute* walk to Main Street and 10 minute* walk lo Harlem station. PRICE $21,000 First Mortgage (11,060 OWNER SAYS SELL QUICK Reduced from $15,500 to $13,500 for Immediate sale Colonial house, 7 rooms, hath, garage, all modern improvements, good condition, high class neigh­ borhood, ten minutes from station, near .school and stores. First mortgage, $9,000, 3 years. $2,500 cash required. We believe this to be the best buy in White Plains at this time and is well worth your inspection. THOMPSON & THOMPSON DEPOT PLAZA. TSJ. WHITE PLAINS **00 LOUIS PALESTRANT, I nc . BUSINESS PROPERTIES HOME ACREAGE LHBtcn oiriTt White Plain* mo POST ROAD SECTION BeaultftU Colonial Home With Six Large Sunny Rooms.*! Bath. Convenient To School. Think of it! Only $10,000 on Easy Term* W. H. GRANVILLE, Inc. M Main Street Telephone 8747 White Plain*. N. T. - REAL BARGAIN Think of owning this pkaaant six-room home with one bath, convenient to achool and atation. Steam heat. Lot 50x100. Only $10,500 on easy termst JUST-REED, he., Depot Plat* TELEPHONE : EVBNINGR W71 A few reasons why UUs White Colonial 6 ROOM HOME IS A REAL BUY . It baa a home atmosphere. Newly decorated and painted. Oil burner. Convenient to schools and station. Oner muat sell. Borm- erty priced at *18.000. Now only *18,600. Selling (1800 under Its real value. Pro#- can be mad*. E. L. JUST, INC., Room 30^33ar Bldg. 1*1 MAIN ST. STUCCO DUTCH COLONIAL Six rooms, sun room, and tiled bath. First mortgage, Lawyers Title, $5,600. Secont} mortgage, $8,200. WANT AN OFFER • WILLIAM G. BARRETT 178 Martina Avenue Telephone 6X00 TWO LOTS £0x100 EACH PRICE, $2,100.00 EACH Near Naw High 8ehool, Mamaroneck Ave. School and Station. UtfVater. Sewer and Gaa Installed UnquaeUonably The Lowest Priced Lota In White Plain* With Improvement* ADAMS REALTY SERVICE BUILDER WILL MAKE DRASTIC CUT IN PRICE on one of Four Colonial Houses in the SOUND VIEW SECTION First one sold can be bought right! 7 rooms, 2 baths, plot 62x115; garage. Beautiful setting of fine old trees. Easy terms. Call R. E. L. HOWE, JR. 28 Depot Plata White Plaint - Phone : 4203-4204 BEAUTIFUL COLONIAL HOUSE Finest section of White Plaint. 7 fine large rooms, 1 tiled bath, all modern improvement*. CANT BE BEAT AT THE PRICE OFFERED. INSPECT IT BE ­ FORE IT SELLS. PRICE, $15,000 — EASY TERMS % Call Harry W.Miltner WITH George E. Doolan, Bar Bldg. TELEPHONE W. P. 6*8 CHILDREN HEIRS , Left Maprice Zuckert of 64 Walter avenue thla city la named executor of tub will of Rosalia Otto, of 484 second avenue. North Pblham, filed for probate In the Surrogate Clerk's office today. Zuckert la a local attorney. Tba win laavaa 13.000 In real ae ­ tata to be divided equally between three children. Robert Otto of the same address, Mrs. Susan Rogge- verra. of 480 Fourth avanu* and ON WAY HOME rive ie Saa -Aatowie U her mother sad sister, EUaabath. arrived her* on their special ear today from Mexico City, enroot* north. The Morrow* remained In their car In the railroad yard* until 8:80 a- pi- whan their train pulled Out RENT FREE 2 family house in finest residential section for sal*. Ranting oa* half pays carrying charges. Each half ( rooms. 2 baths. Garages, large plat. Littte cash required. UNUSUAL Business Parcel on ons of White Plains most import ­ ant streets. Located where business property is show­ ing real activity. Thia property will show over 16 percent net on an investment of only $15,000. THE BEST BUY IN WHITE PLAINS DON ’ T FAIL TO INSPECT IT. S . MEUER 6 AUERBACH, lac* DEPOT PLAZA Call White Plain* 5863 BEAUTIFUL COLONIAL HOME DC White Plain* Fieect Development Plot of nearly one-half aero overlooking golf course FIRST FLOOR — Entrance hall with tiled lavatory, studio living room, psneled dining room, breakfast room, butler ’ s pantry, tiled kitchen .with linoleum floor, and arched tiled recesses, two maids ’ rooms and bath, flagstone terrace, open porch. SECOND FLOOR — Four large bedrooms and two baths tiled to ceiling. BASEMENT — Finished Rathskellar with oak floor, decorated plaster walls and full windows, lavatory; plastered laundry — garage for four cars. Slats roofs; six-foot tubs, colored plumbing fixtures and colored tiled baths . \V OOWTLT MELGREN CONSTRUCTION CO. Room 301 Bar Building, Main Stroet WHITE PLAINS -------- PIIONE M44 “ 1 GEDNEY FARM Just lilt the Latch — and Move la It ’ s the things you don't have to do that make this house. Someone has taken it from the crude new state and treated it with the lux ­ ury of beautiful rare trees, every variety of flowering and shrubs, perennial gardens, a ver ­ itable bower of garden and trees. Situated right on the “ top of Gedney ” with a view over the hills of Purchase. A charming English type, with 8 rooms, 3 baths, 2 car garage, hot water heat, metal casement windows, metal screens, parquet floor, an oil burner. No expense has been spared to make this a real home and we envy the man who moves in and takes advant ­ age of the time and money necessary to create such a setting. The price is $37,300 and an inspection will prove that it represents a real genuine value. For key or further details, see — prince £ ftipley DEPOT PLAZA TEL W. P. 2878

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