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Real estate record and builders' guide: v. 2, no. 38: December 5, 1868

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AND BUILDERS' GUIDE. Vol. II.] NEW YORK, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1868. [No. 38. FOR SALE. qPHE BLOCK OF GROUND (64 LOTS) BE- X twecn Fifty-seventh and Fifty-eighth streets and Ninth and Tenth avenues. ..-^ Price §385,000. Address Box No. 992 P. O., New York. ISIilP PROPERTYiFOR SALE. LOTS AT $25 EACH, FREE AND CLEAR OF ALL INCUiMBR^VKCES—TITLE PERFECT, These Lots are situated in the beautiful village of Islip, opposite Fire Island inlet, and bounded by Long Island and South Side Railroads, IX hours from New York and Brooklyn by either road. Apply to M. H. KEITH, 96 Wall Street, Lumber Merchants' Exchange. 'A BAROAIJM. FOR SALE.—A FINE THREE-STORY, High Stoop and Basement Brown Stone llouse, 20x13, Lot 20x91.6. Marble .Alantels and Wash-Standa ail through; Hot and Cold Water Bath-Room, Speaking Tubes, Stationary Wash Tubs, Vestibule Doors, Heaters and Range, and all other improvements. Built last spring. Situated on De Kalb Avenue, in the neighborhood of Clin¬ ton Avenue. Inquire of IL D. SMITH, Oflico Real Estate Recced, Room B. iMARBLiE MANTELS. ■ FOE THE CHEAPEST AND BEST GO TO WM. P. C. DEIVIKE'S MARBLE "(VORKS, Corner of De Kalb and Noatrjind Avenues, BROOKLYN. tS&~ Jobbing promptly attended to. J. & R. LAMB, Church ■& Gothic FURNITURE, Ecclesiastical Decora¬ tions, Etc., 59 CARMINE ST 1—7*. N.B.—Sixth Ave. Cars pass the Door. JOHNSON & MILLER, AUCTIONEERS, AND REAL ESTATE BROKERS, No. 25 Nassau Street, corner of Cedar, New York. J^" City and Country Real Estate at Public and Pri- Tate Sale. Loans on Mortgage negotiated. Auction Sales of Furniture. Stocks, Merchandise, &c TUESDAY. Dec. 8, At 12 o'clock, at E.vchange Salesroom, No. Ill Broadwav. GREAT SALE OF 500 CHOICE BROOKLYN LOTS, SPLENDIDLY LOCATED NEAR PROSPECT PARK, on SACKETT, PRESIDENT, DOUGLASS STS., BOULE¬ VARDS, FRANKLIN. NOSTRAND. AND PERRY AVES., BUTLER, UNION, DEGRAAV, CROWN, and MONTGOMERY STS. Particulars next week. Maps will be ready one week before the sale. NTHONY J. BLEECKER, AUCTIONEER. ■ —By Anthony J. Bleecker, Son & Co., No. 77 Cedar street. Auctioneers and Real Estaie Brokers. Sales at Auction of Real Estate, Stocks, Bonds; sales of Furniture _at owners' residences; private sales of Houses, Lands, Leases, Farms, &c., &c. Houses and Stores rented. ROBERT McGINNIS, ARCHITECT AND BUILDER. Surveys made and damages estimated for Insurance Companies. ' ■ ' t_ Also, Broker in Real Estate. NO.2 GOUVEENEUE LANE. E. H. LUDLOW & CO. REAL ESTATE AUCTIONEERS. Establislied in 1836. OFFICE, No. 8 PINE STEEET. MORRIS WILKINS, Auctioneer. SALE IN PARTITION BY ORDER OF THE SUPREME COURT, UNDER THE DIRECTION OF DANIEL p. INGRAHAM, Jr., Referee. AMITY STREET. ol ^.1 ° First-class Marble Hotel, o r BLEECKER STREET. E. H. LUDLOW & CO. ■WILI. BELIi AT AUCTION, ON Thursday, December loth, 1868, AT 12 o'clock, at the Exchange Salesroom, ill Broadway,N.T Nos. 667, 66g, 671, 673, 675 and 677 BROADWAY, Part of the Estate of the late John LaFarge, The valuable Broadway property known as the South- cm Hotel, or LaFarge House, consistinR of 12 full lots, asx 100 feet each, being a frontage of 150 feet on Broadway, nearly opposite Bond street, and 150 feet frontage on Mer¬ cer street by 200 feet in depth. - ■ _ _ ■ The property consists ofa large s-story marble building covering the entire front on Broadway, with stores on first floor, rented until ist May next. The southernmost store runs through to Mercer street The whole of the upper part .s-; ".rrq':sti;d for a hotel, and can easily be altered {<.: -.teres-, 'fy 'i divided by party walls into 4 lot-s 2 o. -j ffrci, an 2 «' 24 feet 6 inches, leaving t lot of 51 ."eet front, .-.nd will' e sold in that way. Sixty per cent, can remain on .>on' tUiu incortgage at the option of the purchaser for three c- hve., with privi¬ lege of paying it off upon giving six .co.atb. notice. For maps and full particulars apply to Jje Auctioneers* office. No. 3 Pine street, N. Y. -|00 ACRE FARM FOR SALE.—A Moan* X tain farm, 2)4 miles from Depot, on the New Jersey Central R. R. 70 acres under cultivation, 80 wood Iftud ; good house, barn, and outbuildings. $3,000, terma eas^. Apply to W. S. Stevens, DiVfteUjea Depot, aexX station west of Plainfield. WC. KIDNEY «& 00., REAL ESTATE • AND INSURANCE BKOKERS, 620 Third Avenue, corner 87th stp^eet, New York.____ RANDELL & PORTER, REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, 1951 Third Avenae (near 125th street). New York. T A. J. NEAFIE, REAL ESTATE AND INSUEANCE BROKER, 1874 Tqied Avenue, Corneb EicnxY-SixTn Steei:t, NEW YORK. J. ROMAINE BROWN, RKAL ESTATE. 1279 BROADWAY, NEXT DOOE TO CORNER THIE- TY-FOUETH street, NEW YORK, p^" Commissioner of Deeds and Notary Public. MOSES E. CRASTO, REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKER, NOTARY PUBLIC, AND AUCTIONEEP., 8d Avenne and llCth st. (Residence: 120th St., bet. 2d and Sd Avenae.) Attention given to renting property. All business intrusted to our care will be promptly ud satisfactorily attended to. GEORGE C. FURMAN, Attomey-at-Law, will attend to drawing legal papers, examining titles, and other law business. JOSEPH A. LEVY, AUCTIONEER. REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BEOKEE. 8 & 10 PINE STEEET. Houses and Lots for sale and to lease. lire, ACCIDENTAL, FIBS AKD XABINK INSUEANCE EFFECTED. Mortgages negotiated and Titles searched. R. 0. FERGUSON, I2,nEAL ESTATE, 111 BROADWAY, TEINITY BUILDING BASEilENT. (Room E.) N.B.—ParticnUr attention given to negotiating loons on Bond and Mortgage. McCAHILL & CO.'S REAL ESTATE EX¬ CHANGE. 454 Sixth Avenae, bet. 27th ond 28th streets, and 692 Third Avenue, comer 47th street. City and Country Property Bought, Sold, and Rented. Money Loaned on Mortgage. Mortgages Bonght. Fire and life Insurance effected. JESSE S. CARMAN, REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENT, 168 Montague street, near Court street, Brooklyn. Fire and Life Insurance effected. Loans procured on Bond and Mortgage, Stocks, &e. A P. SMITH & BRO., REAL ESTATE • AND INSURANCE, 1304 Broadway, running through to 599 Sixth Avenae, near 85th street. New Yokk. A. P. SuiTH, Notary Public. H. B. Smith, Com. of Deeds. OUSES, LOTS, ETC., FOR SALE.—A PRINTED LIST can be had on application atmv office, or wiU be moiled free. EDMUND U. MAETINE, Sixtho venue, corner Thirty-second street. FOB SALE AND TO LET, Desirable property in New York and on Brooklyn Heights. EDGAR TUCKER, No. 9 PiNX Si»Krr. -i A ACRES, IN ONE PLOT, HIGH GRADE, JLtC near cars, in the 18th Ward, Brooklyn, for sole. Price, §.34,0CO. 8 acres outside the city limits, $1,800 per acre. 17 acves, $1,400 per acre. M. A. RULAND & CO., 5 Beekman St.. N. Y. DRI&.N H MULLER, P. R. WILKINS~& CO., AUCTIONEEIiS AND REAL ESTATE BROKERS, No. 7 Pine street. New York._____________ D .ELISSER «& STOUTENBOROUGH, Real Estate and Iksueance Beokbes, Near Court St. 159 MONTAGUE STBEET, Brooklyn, N. T.