The Lawn In Barham, Kent..
In pictorial paper wrappers. Some wear to extremities, small tears to lower page edges, not affecting text and traces of old fold lines; otherwise a very good copy.
Frank Amos. J. A. Jennings, Ltd., 'City' Printing Works, St, George's Lane.,
Particulars and conditions of sale of the valuable freehold property known as 'the lawn'...a most desirable gentleman's residence, surrounded by attractive grounds...about 23 acres...also a small residence with garden and stable. a baker's shop and extensive premises, 4 small houses and cottages, and 2 acres of meadow land with a valuable frontage, which will be offered for sale by auction, on 8 lots, by mr. frank amos, at the auction mart, st. margaret's street, canterbury,on saturday, the 15th day of september, 1900... particulars with plan and conditions of sale my be obtained from messrs. lawrence graham, and co., solicitors, 6, new square, lincolns-inn-fields, w.c., or at the auctioneer's offices, 3, the parade, canterbury.
Folio. 11 x 17 inches.  pp.
Illustrated by 2 page coloured plan and by map in outline colour on front wrapper.
A substantial property sale of eight lots in the village of Barham. 'The Lawn' was described as 'A Gentlemen's Country Residence of convenient and moderate size...situate...in the midst of the best social district between Canterbury and Folkestone.' The sale comprised the house itself and its immediate grounds, stabling, an orchard, fourteen acres of timbered parkland and five acres of pasture. The other lots consisted of two houses, three cottages, extensive business premises (including a bakery and corn store) and a parcel of meadow grass land
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