Clipped From The Indianapolis News
This Home Heme ef J. "V. McCreery, When ycu take your little outing tomorrow, why not have a peep at one of the lovlleet homes and most interesting gardens In this city or beautiful homes the J. W; McCreery house. IltirM now, understand that this home Is NOT for sale. But if you are thinkiupr of building you will enjoy a view ft the place, 'Which lies ir the antl ' Pleasant Hun and' Bolton avenue. The approach is throush the most wonderful avenue of old forest treea to be found In the ctty. The McCreery family became Hooslers be- : cause they wanted to create a permanent home. Mr. McCreery gave up unusual opportunities In the east to become preatdent of I,nngen & Co. because Indianapolis appealed as a home city. He took & year to look over the town before deciding upon a site. lie wanted woods and water and hills AND city advantages. An almost Impossible combination, but they found their ICeal in Woodford, the interesting nevr home addition in North Irvfngton. Their home was the first built there. The home iV woman" paradise. It haaoriginaI space and labor eavitiir arrangements not lound in any other house, one being an intjenioua sewing nook at the front end of the second floor hallway, with deer b'.iilt-tn cupboards and drawers. Clever features such aJi this characterize all of the Woodford home planning. The McCreery home lies on the south side of the new boulevard which cut throush Woodford Addition. 'To the north are many ' rev home "worth a visit fo" thtr interesting adaptation of Kiirlin atuoco architecture, that are belnir erected by Spann & Co deslmer and aifent of Woodford. To reach this section bv motor continue out the new boulevard. pa.r Kilenberger park-to Arlington avenue The walk from the Kast ' Washington street car to Bolton avenue sad out the neasant Hun boulevard is charming. Advertisement - Not For Sale Veedferd Addltiea.