ISLE OF MAN.


Valuable Freehold Property, consisting of extensive Brewery Premises and
valuable Building Land, for sale in Douglas.

By Mr. JONES

On Wednesday, the 13th October next, at twelve o'clock noon, at St. James
Hall (unless previously disposed of by Private Treaty, of which due notice will
be given.)

The whole of those extensive Premises, known as "Castle Hill Brewery" which
have been so occupied for upwards of 30 years.

The buildings consist of Malt-house capable of malting  5,000 bushels in the
season, and extensive rooms for storing malt and barley; Brewery adapted for
brewing upwards of 100 barrels a week; high pressure engine and Plant, with
grinding and pumping gear; extensive cellarage, lighted throughout with gas;
Working Vessels; two Vat Rooms, and other conveniences.

Also a commodious Dwelling-House, with large walled garden, and stone
foundation for a large House, for which the site is well adapted. Also, two cottages
for Workmen, Stabling for four horses, and every convenience for carrying on
an extensive business.

These premises comprise about two acres and a quarter of land, upwards of
8,000 yards of which front the high road from Douglas to Ramsey, and is most
eligible for building upon, commanding an uninterrupted view of the picturesque
Bay of Douglas.

The premises are well supplied with water, and ready for immediate
occupation.

Two thrids of the purchase money may remain secured upon the property at 4 
1/2 per cent., at the option of the Purchaser.

The keys are in the possession of Mr. George ATKINS, the late tenant, who
will show the premises any day from ten o'clock until four; and particulars may
be known upon application to Mr. T. T. GLAZEBROOK, 7, Brunswick-buildings,
Brunswick-street, Liverpool; or to Mr. James SPITTALL, advocate, Douglas.

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