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AND BUILDERS' GUIDE
NEW YORK, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1869.
ADRIAN H, MULLEK, AUCTIONEER.
Mnth and Tenth Avenues, Sixty-Third and Sixty-Fourth Streets.
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ABlilAN H. MULLER, P. R. WILKINS & CO.,
WILL SELL AT AUCTION,
On Tuesday, Marcli 2, 1869, at 12 o'clock,
At the Exchange Salesroom, 111 Broadway,
By order of LEWIS B. BROWN, and CLARENCE S. BROWN, Esqrs., the above described
Block, situate at the junction of the
ONLY 800 FEET DISTANT FROM THE
On higli commanding ground: is the most eligibly located property in that section of the city. The great improvements now in progress and
contemplated, together with the natural advantages of position, &c., combine to render it very desirable, either as an investment, or for imÂ¬
provement. The property -will be sold with restrictions as against nuisances, similar to those contained in the deeds given by the Harsen
estate,; like restrictions will also cover the block of land lying north of it, thus efiectually securing this property for first-class improvementa,
The sellers pledge themselves that this sale shall be
OPEN AND FREE IN EVERY RESPECT,
and that there shall be no bidding in their behalf; their object being to multiply the number of interests in the neighborhood, and 'by selling
with the proper restrictions as against nuisance, and on unusually liberal terms, to encourage the erection of first-class improvements, thereby
enhancing the value of other property owned by them in the immediate vicinity.
The terms of sale will be such as will enable every one to secure a lot for a future home (while prices are yet low), in what must become in
an incredibly short space of time the most fashionable and desirable quarter of the city.
The title to the property is indisputable, and printed abstracts will be fujmished to purchasers free of charge. The assessments for the
Boulevard and Circle are all paid.
TERMS:âTen per cent, of the purchase money and the Auctioneers'fee to be paid to the Auctioneers on the day of sale, Twenty per
cent, on the Gth day of May, 1809. at the office of Messrs. Anderson, Ada.ms & Young, No. 49 Nassau Street, New York. The balance, 70
per cent., may, at the option of the purchaser, remain on bond and mortgage of the premises for three or five years. Parties desirous of comr
pleting their purchase before the Oth day of May, wUl have the pri-vilege of doing so, and will be allowed interest firom the time of taking their
deeds up to the Oth of May, 1809. The buildings on the lots belong to the occupants, and are to be repiovp^ before or by the Ist day of
Maps at tUe OMce of tlie AuctioneerSj No. 7 Piiae Street, and at tSie Office of L.EWIS C. BROWN,
Esq., No. 58 Broadway. ^