SALES BY AUCTION.
PROPERTY IN THE COACH-ROAD AND NEWTOWN, WHITEHAVEN FOR SALE.
To be SOLD by AUCTION (by order of the Mortgagee) at "THE MART"
DUKE-STREET, WHITEHAVEN, on THURSDAY, the 6th MAY, 1897, at Three o'clock in
the Afternoon, by MESSRS JACKSON & MURRAY, Auctioneers, together or in Lots.
Lot 1. - A Commodious Leasehold DWELLING-HOUSE with GARDEN in front and LAWN
adjoining, and the large Yard, Six-stalled Stable, Hayloft, Cottage,
Coach-house, large Storehouse and Shed behind, in the Coach-road,
Whitehaven, in the respective occupations of MR. RICHARD COUSINS, MR.
JOSEPH DURHAM, and the Anglo-American Oil Company.
The House contains on the Ground Floor, Dining, Drawing, and Breakfast
Rooms, Kitchen and Scullery; and on the First Floor, Sitting-room, Four
Bedrooms, Bath and Lavatory, W.C. &c.
There are also Three good Attics above.
This Lot is held for the residue of a term of 99 years commencing 24th June,
1862, at the yearly ground rent of £6 10s 3d.
Lot 2. A Freehold DWELLING HOUSE and BAKEHOUSE, No. 84, Newtown,
Whitehaven, occupied by MRS. BLACK as tenant.
Lot 3. A Freehold DWELLING HOUSE, No. 13, Back Ginns, Whitehaven, occupied
by MR. JAMES M'GRADY as Tenant.
The whole of the Property is in good repair.
The several Lots may be seen by permission of the respective Occupiers.
Conditions will be produced at the Sale, and further information may in the
meantime be had of the AUCTIONEERS; or of
THOMAS HOWSON, Solicitor, Whitehaven.
*Whitehaven, 21st April, 1897.