The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California on July 19, 1953 · 98
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The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California · 98

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Sunday, July 19, 1953
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f " Ji: m... " .'.mi .2- -Iirir.:; I - I . .. II? y j?-' sum Homes Quickly Sold Aldon Construction Co. fold land patterns harmonizing with and the "Con- fl.SOO.ono worth of homM last week end, most of them on no-down-payment terms for veterans, to chalk up the heaviest two-day Mien volume In Its history, the firm announced yesterday. With neverar f , Its develop- menu on the market simultaneously, largest number of sale? a-ara rtmritwl at the rnmnanv'K Granada Hills Estates develop-1"? master bedroom to form a linoleum floors, verTable," which becomes a dining nook, breakfast bar, buffet or desk. Cabinets in Granada Hills Estates are of natural knotty pine or two-color Douglas fir. In Lakewood Plaza, cabinets are of natural knotty pine or natural birch. , Redwood l't& Master bath, which joins with ONE OF 263 Pictured obove is one of the designs of three-bedroom, two-bath homes being offered to veter ons ot Granada Hills Estates, development by' Aldon Construction Co. ot Balboa Blvd. ond ChatsWorth' St. PROPOSED PROJECT Pictured her is sketch of proposed new $10,000,000 commercial center intended for construction in Sonta Ana area. To cover 25 acres and Plans for Large Shopping Center at Santa Ana Told locoted ot 17th and Bristol Srs., the project is to be built by Allison Honer Co., Orange County developers. Design is by Welton Beclcet Cr Associates, architects. ; Plans for the development of an extensive shopping center in Northwest Santa Ana were disclosed in the last week to the Santa Ana Planning Commission by Allison Honer Co., Orange County developers. According t o preliminary sketches shown to members of the commission, the proposed $io,ooo,nno commercial renter will cover -an area of 25 acres at 17th and Bristol Sts., across the street to the north of Santa Ana College. Pavilion Area Honer said that present plans call for the construction of 233.4nn feet, of building area to provide space for a department store, a supermarket and a professional building as well as a drugstore, specialty shops, a branch bank and a restaurant in connection with the professional building. Surrounding the actual shopping area, now known as Ho ner Plaza, will be parking facil ities for 2700 cars with entranc es from both Bristol and 17tn Sts. Fifteen acres of undevel-j oped land immediately to the; west have been reserved for future growth. A feature of the shopping center will be a special pavilion area flanked by a series of specialty - shops providing a wide ranse of goods and services. The latest in modern design will be used throughout the center with structures of reinforced concrete and steel frame and extensive ' use of glass itnd glasslike materials.; Ah open mall plan will be followed with extensive planted area to provide beautification.i The Honer Co. has retained the services of AVelton Becket & Associates, architectural firm, to assist in the designing and planning for the center. Honer said that construction date for the new shopping center will be announced in the near future. . Putty Needs Painting Never let putty go unpainted for the oils will dry out and that means the putty will have a tendency to crack. Let the putty set for a day or so and then coat with paint. ment of three-bedroom, two- bath homes on Balboa Blvd. between San Fernando Mission BlvA. and Tulsa St In San Fer nando Valley. ' - The homes are being sold to veterans with no. down -payment other than minimum costs and impounds, and on monthly terms of $68. 45 for principal and interest. It was explained. They are priced at $13,500 each. First of Serl Three model homes, open from 10 a m. to R p.m. daily and Sunday, are at Balboa Blvd. and Tulsa St., two blocks north of Chatsworth St and attracted large crowds over the week end, it was stated by E. (Billy) Hamburg, general sales agent The homes are the finest of Aldon's New Horizons series, which are also currently on the market in Lakewood Plaza, at 3155 Studehaker Road, just north of SDrinz St in the Lake- wood district Dwellings in both developments are identical in price and terms, and are the same In style, construction and features except for a few minor details. ' The houses are the most fully equipped ever offered by the company, it was announced. 24 Designs They are built in 24 different exterior styles and based on eight varied central hall plans. Living room walls are paneled fully in solid ash or Philippine mahogany. One wall of the living room consists of windows with a French door to the terrace. The living room also has a wood-burning fireplace and hearth of Arizona flagstone. i The gas kitchen has a garbage pulverator, coved plastic sink tops in matching colors private suite, has twin Pullman lavatories with coved plastic tops, tub. electric heater, and twin steel . medicine cabinets. Second bath has an oversized stall shower with BV4 feet of ceramic tile, tile floors and tile jambs and other facilities. ' Exteriors feature generous use "of redwood siding, board and batten, brick veneer, Flag Crete and slnmpstone. KEN MURRAY SELLS LAND Ken Murray, television" and radio star, has just completed subdivision of his residential lot on N Alpine Drive. Beverly Hil's, and has sold W0 feet of frontage to Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Strauss for a reported sum of $25,000. Barbara Jones of Adam-son & Hupp Real Estate Co. handled the subdivision and sale. Also reported by the realty firm as part of a $160,000 volume of deals in the past week was sale of a two-storv Colonial residence at 703 N Hillcrest Road. Bev-erlv Hills, bv Mr. and Mrs. 1iuis Curland to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rothberg for approximately $S5.00O. Bar; bara .lones represented the huyers and Edna Mosk represented the sellers. New Residential Tract Announced A new development ef moderately priced three - bedroom homes is being offered at Pas. sons Park, on Rivera Road, ont block east of Passons Blvd. in Rivera, between Downey and Whittier. Features of the dwellings include knotty pine cabinets.-cot ored bath fixtures, garbage disposals, raised foundations, fenced yards and double ga-rases. r ' The full prices of the homes are from $9350 to $9750 and may be purchased with a down payment from $1045 to $1445 by nonveterans or veterans and with 15-year loans, it was stated by Gilbert J. Hayes and Joe D, Blackburn, sales agents. , , Passons Park may be reached from Los Angeles via east on Santa Ana Freeway to Rose-mead Lakewood Blvd" "then north to Rivera Road; then east to one block east of Passons. OPEN FOR INSPECTION TTTTTTZ 4 tsarn Home r W 1 " -I'lJI .. X in Berry view Manor Estates i 10 Minut to Hellyweod It Vin fiuilt-ln Ovn & Stov 1 Built-in lntr-Com Systu ftuilt-ln Brakfoit Nook Electrically controlled Garage Doari Crane Colored Plwfflbjnej 2 Fireplace Forced Air Heaf Automatic Cledr Control Swim Pool Optional IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY Direction from Lot Anejeles: West en Hollywood Prewy tnto Ventura ilvd. Turn let en Borry Drive, k block beyond nd Freeway, Continue up Berry Orive to office 3460 Berry Detvo, There it aae a good evef tmeorMy groe'ed dirt entranoo 4ttm loured Canyon 6'vd. Turn en Berry Dr. and Mfow frte red vrowt to our new nomej.) Huge J Roofed Patio South of Ventura Blvd. -Studio City Hills Magnificent View of the Entire San Fernando Valley Priced at. $37,300 Maximum Financing SU. 2-9796 BR. 2-4950 OPEN SAT. t SUM. OR !Y APPOINTMENT (gUSli , i J m i -i 1 1 n Devonsjg Park VETERANS take your choice all models priced at $12,950 mmthly ptymtnh 68" I W 650 including principal and interest plut standard impounds NON - VETERANS we give you lowest F.H.A. terms . . . Check thisl monthly payments 57' as Iw as 2550 um including principal and interest f. H. A. plus impounds yjTf7 ; FORCED AIR COOLING & HEATING TMttl tlPBOOMS j. TWO I ATMS, TWO IHOWftt ; SUll WOt 1HIMOU HOOP jj iioo nm, u utniw jiwm - j: to ctuott wim mini CONTINUOUt (ONdfTI fOUNViftON Wll VP TO 10UI KIT am iitdvf) pftrtki, fvnqH (iNtti utu nm . run nt)! (hciwii f.ini ;oot S'ni im(i'h ci-,i pooh to Uf ii WOOB PtNIIINS IN IIVINC I00M 10120 SEPUIVEDA BLVD. Sales offices open daily, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. EMpirt 1-9007 George J. Helzer Builders Chas. L. Keeshan and Associates, Sales Representatit i -r : m 7 1 pV mm inside... "New Freedom" Gas Kitchen with natural-finish birch or knotty pine cabinets, antique copper hardware, garbage disposal, large breakfast area. Two bathrooms with stall shower & glass door plus shower over tub, col- . ored fixtures in many, electric heater. Extensive mahogany paneling in living room. Inlaid linoleum in kitchen, baths and service porch. outside... Spacious fully-covered patio and "outdoor living" area linked to rear living room by wall of glass & French door, Individual designs by AIA Architect Martin Stern. Big two-car garage. Large, roomy sites. Brick and stone veneer. Redwood siding. Sewers, wide paved streets, concrete curbs & sidewalks, parkway trees - all in and paid for. djspene all around the house! Over 1200 sq. ft. floor space. Step-saving central hall plan 60,000 BTU Hammel heaters. . Rockwoo! insulation. Plastered walls & ceilings. Built-in TV outlets. Select-grade oak floors. Full service porches. , Sliding-door wardrobe closets. Incinerator and clothes poles. DILLER KALSMAN PRESENTS VAN.NUY PARK "everv heme iistift-etht! ' no rubber stamp hove$ herel 1 sanfernando valley s newest and finest community'oft BEDROOM -2 BATH HOMES 150 m$ as low os lUWOOWN TO MAXIMUM OF $350 DOWN r" impoundi froriT QmQRIH principal & inUrett PRICED FROM $12,650 to $12,850 GOOD TERMS FOR NON-VETS "so close to panornmn rify find )tiU community fidiatfige!" FURNISHED MODEL HOMES evtfitteH fry M0Y rwNiTUl ?0. of Fn Femtmdn OPEN 10 to 9 -DAILY 4 SUNDAY VAN NUYS PARK ANOTHER DILLER 5x8, KALSMAN DEVELOPMENT 9540 WOODMAN AVE. Takj either Wodmn Av. or Van Nuys BM. to intersection where they meet uo wonder over $100,000,000 worth of DK horn at htivf been told since 1932!" i i z II o 111 ll U D SHERMAN WAY VENTURA BLVD. . A A A AA .AAA.A.AAA. AAA.AAd, AAAAAA A.. A. A A A A A. A. A. m a. M. . M. a. A. s. a. M. a a. l

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