That very desirable property, situate on Brant Street, between Burlington Village and the G. T. R. Station, owned by William Ghent, Esq., of Freeman P.O., Ont., Canada.
The farm consists of fifty-three acres of the most choice sandy loam, all under a high.state of cultivation, and is only one-half mile from Burlington Village and Lake Ontario. The land is particularly adapted for fruit or garden purposes, and only nine miles from Hamiltonthe finest market in the Dominionby G.T.R. and electric car service, car every hour.
The fruit consists of the following : Apple, pear, plum, cherry, peach, currants, berries, etc., all in good, thrifty condition, with abundance of first-class water.
The buildings consist of good nine-roomed brick house, brick drive-house and stable, frame barn and sheds ; the buildings are worth at least $2,500.
The principal crops are : Tomatoes, melons, strawberries, rasp-. berries, cabbage, cauliflower and roots of all kinds ; also wheat, oats, barley, rye and clover.
The produce on Mr. W. Ghent’s farm for one year is as follows : 10,000 quarts of strawberries, 3,000 quarts of raspberries, 36 tons of tomatoes, 90 tons of mangolds, 2,000 crates of melons, 12 tons of cabbages, egg plants and peppers, 800 bushels of grain ; 53 bushels to the acre of wheat, oats and barley. All grain used for feed on the place. Price $10,000.