“AVONDALE” FRUIT AND DAIRY FARM.
Three miles from Burlington P. 0. Radial railway to Hamilton. SIZE.Ninety-two acres.
BUILDINGS.Frame house, veranda, storm sash and venetian shutters, three sitting rooms, five bedrooms, large pantry, good cellarage, henhouse, fruit pickers’ and packing houses, agricultural furnace house, boathouse, barn 44 x 40, five horse and box stalls, ten cow stalls, root cellar, annex (1900) with splendid pig and cattle pens and spacious loftsnext to frost-proof, drive-shed with loft 44 x 18.
ORCHARD.Eight acres apples choice varieties and bearing well, five acres pears and plums, about three acres young cherries, three acres of currants and gooseberries, grapes, raspberries, strawberries and thimbleberries.
1902.-118 carefully-chosen apples planted out.
SOIL..Varying from sand to rich clay loam ; well watered throughout ; fine pasture flats.
FENCES.Excellentchiefly wire with top boards.
HEDGES.Lawns, garden, tennis or skating ground ; open view of the lake.
PRICE.$9,000 cash, or $10,000 including horses, Jersey herd, pigs, implements (many new) and furniture in good condition. Insured for 4,500, until February, 1904.
One of the best farms in the country.
A. GREY, Port Nelson, Ont.