TWENTY-FIVE ACRES IN THE TOWN OF BURLINGTON.
Ten miles from Hamilton and three miles from Hamilton Beach, the noted summer resort, with which place it is connected by radial road and three lines of steam cars. The radial road now runs along one side of the property and will doubtless soon be connected with Toronto. The property is situated between two of the principal streets and overlooking the lake and Hamilton Beach. Lying as it does between two streets, not only makes it easy of access, but also advantageous to dividing into small or villa lots if desired. A considerable portion of the land is covered by small fruits as well as a good orchard of apples, pears, plums and grapes. There is an eleven-roomed rough cast house, heated by furnace, on the place ;”a barn with stone cellar and stabling for four cows ; a horse and carriage barn with stabling for three horses, and a chicken house with half an acre enclosed by high fence. There is also an unfailing well of water of artesian excellence, bored through 80 feet of rock.
We regard this as the cheapest property, and with the best possibilities in the near future, of any in the market.
PRICE Ten thousand dollars, one-half of which may remain on mortgage at 5 per cent. For further particulars apply to DR. ANDERSON, Burlington.