Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on March 12, 2004 · Page 20
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Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California · Page 20

Ukiah, California
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Friday, March 12, 2004
Page 20
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4—FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 2004 ON THE MARKET View Continued from Page 2 will decay after a while anyway. Composting them first will work, but adding them directly to the beds is OK, too. If there is a thick layer of leaves that has not been mixed into the soil and it is just lying on top, it could cause rainwater to run off the bed area before soaking in. It is also best for overall pruning to prune just after a plant blooms, but any dead wood should be pruned out after it is first noticed and after the winter weather that is causing it. Don't prune other live wood except for branches that are growing across the middle of the plant or growing out over the sidewalk or those really fast, tall-growing ones that are not staying in bounds. It may take a season or two for the plants to look nice when getting into the proper pruning cycle after having been pruned under a different plan. Any plants being kept as a hedge should be pruned whenever necessary to keep their hedge shape since you are not growing the hedge for flowers. E-mail questions to JeffRugg at CONTEMPORARY COLLECTIBLES Little Golden Books are still golden to collectors By LINDA ROSENKRANTZ Copley News Service Almost everyone can look back and remember a Little Golden Book that was his or her special favorite, be it "The Poky Little Puppy" or "The Fuzzy Duckling" or "Doctor Dan the Bandage Man" or any one of the hundreds of other titles in the series. From the time of their introduction in 1942, these inexpensive but sturdy and colorful hardback books have been enormously popular. They are, in fact, the most successful mass-produced children's books ever, and the early editions form a still largely inexpensive but appealing area of collecting today. The company that published the series, Western Printing and Lithographing Co., founded in 1908 by Edward Henry Wadewitz and later renamed Western Publishing Co., had experimented with other low-priced juvenile books earlier. See COLLECT, Page 12 COLDUieU. Mendo Bealtt. Inc. An Independently Owned and Operated Member of Coldwell Banker Residential Affiliates, Inc. Featured Agent Don Kelly- Realtor Associate Featured Agent PRIDE OF OWNERSHIP! Hopland country estate located on 12+/- acres. This custom 3400+/- sq ft home features 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, office, great room, 3 car garage, top of the line kitchen, hardwood floors throughout, barn, gardens, and more. A must see property! $1,100,000. TUCKED AWAYI Beautiful estate setting situated on 10+ flat acres in central Redwood Valley. Completely custom 2400+/sq. ft home perched on a spectacular pond, which offers a huge waterfall and Is decked and landscaped along its perimeter. Also a 2400W- sq. ft shop, which would be perfect as a farm building or recreational vehicle barn. THIS IS A MUST SEE PROPERTYl $1,100.000. John Lazaro- Broker/ Co-Owner SPACIOUS WESTSIDE Immaculate 3 bedroom, 2 bath home with huge family room, hardwood floors, newer kitchen with tiled counters, spacious dining area, living room with brick fireplace. Attractive landscape, patios plus RV parking Situated on cul-de-sac within walking distance .950. NO BACKDOOR NEIGHBORSl Only Trees and views from this 5 bedroom, 3 bath 3225+A sq. ft home located on 1.14+/- acres in Ukiah,s desirable Westslde foothillsl 2 stories with huge views from living room, large separate family room, open kitchen and dining area and spectacular wine eellarl $600,000. QUIET LOCATION! Newer, well taken care of 3 bedroom, 2 bath home in Redwood Valley. Located on one acre, fenced with large partially covered deck, this 1800 +/- sq. ft home offers upgraded kitchen with tile counters and oak ilnets. Offered at $449.500 FENG SHUI WITH TUSCAN FLAIRI Spectacular custom home under construction in the heart of Mendocino county located on 20W- acres with 270 degree views. Designed by renowned Feng Shui architect, thir 3700+/- sq. ft home offers 3 Bd, 3.5 Ba. gourmet kitchen, formal dining room, family room with custom fireplace, detached guest quarters, lap pool, radiant heat/water cooled floors. Too much WHAT A GAS SAVER! Walk to schools from this large 4 bedroom, 2 bath 1900+/- sq. ft home. Large kitchen with eating area, tiled floors and counters, living room with fireplace, tiled bathrooms, central heat & air. 2 car garage, above ground pool with deck and covered patio. NEW LISTING! 2.99 acres in brautiful setting with second buiding site. Set up for horses, 3 bedroom, 2 bath home in poor condition. Completely "As Is" fixer. $385,000 OUR BEST BUY! 3 bedroom, 2 bath home with tiled kitchen and dining area, deck off living room overlooking backyard. Totally flat and useable lot that is completely fenced. New roof, 2 car garage. $255,000. MAGNIFICENT, PICTURESQUE! This lovely 2-story custom built ranch home lies approximately 2.5 miles west of Ukiah.s city limits on a peaceful 32W- acres. Features 3 bedrooms, 3 baths, 2560W- sq. ft ol living space which includes a gourmet kitchen with Corian counters, central vacuum 2 plus stall horse barn and wrap around decks to enjoy the serene views all situated on a seasonal creekl Offered at $795,000. REDUCED THOUSANDS! This gorgeous 2400W- sq. ft home has outstanding features. 3 Bedrooms, 2.5 baths, gourmet kitchen with granite counters, built in oven, cooktop stove, dishwasher, disposal, island, refrigerator, formal dining room, marble bathroom, living room with cathedral ceilings and deck built for entertaining with panoramic views overlooking the golf course, elevator from 2 car garage, etc. $680.000. . Jerry McCarn 468-3882 Betty Bullard 462-6865 Mark Levy 462-6713 Michael Jacobs 468-1200 KerriVau.... 485-8254 Bob Levy 462-5400 Jaime Garcia 468-5961 John Lazaro 463-3915 Elma Hart...., 468-5214 Sheri Jacobszoon 485-1313 Mary Cornell 485-5102 Joe Blake 468-8712 Don Kelly 463-3720 AmyCline 467-9578 Jennifer Schlafer 485-0587 Steve Dunnidiff 463-1500

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