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1,4 14 A CALL RICHMOND MSO THE BOSTON SUNDAY GLOBE SEPTEMBER 11, 1955 CALL RICHMOND 2-1300 $1000 Scholarship for High Schooler Who Designs Best Model Home ISP t- i it "Planned Individuality" at Westover Estates Realtors' Fall Outing Set for Sept. 19 jjrj-- at I-. i i i4 A i 1 'that it will be within walking "For the discriminating home distance for every child. Nor buyer who is seeking true contem wood's large shopping center can The Boston Real Estate Board' porary architectural design in a tri-level or ranch home, there is readily be reached by car or bus. annual outing and golf tournament will be held at the Woodland Golf v- Club, Washington Auburndale, Interiors of both model homes have been planned and executed by Colony House of Brookline and are designed for modern living. The services of the Colony House design staff are available to home nothing to compare with Westover Estates in Norwood," says Leo of Norwood Properties, Inc. "Here is a planned community of homes in a traditional New England setting. At Westover Estates 'planned individuality' is the keynote." i a 1. 1 4 .1 owners at Westover Estates with out charge. There are two com C- ..4 St. 1 1 A- westover Estates is located 14 'pletely furnished and decorated i model homes open for inspection daily and Sunday from 11 a. m. The third annual Model Home contest for secondary school students, with a grand prize of $1000 scholarship, was announced yesterday by Ernest B. Norman Jr, chairman cf the educational committee of the National Association cf Home 3uilders, sponsors of the competition. The contest, Norman said, Is open to students of grades 7-12 in public or private schools in any part ol the continental United States. In addition to the $1000 scholarship, the grand prize includes a trip to Chicago for the winning student and his teacher-sponsor. Other prizes include nine cash awards, plus several plaques to be given to schools represented by winning students. There a wealth of latent talent in architectural designing, landscaping, home building, home planning and decorating to be found in the industrial and vocational arts and home making classes in the schools of our nation," Norman said. "It is the purpose of the National Association of Home Builders to bring to school youth an opportunity to test this talent in an exciting competition that will demonstrate their skills in a practical way." The national contest will be preceded by local model home building contests conducted by Home Builder Associations affiliated with the N. A. H. B. Students inter- to aark. miles from Boston and is easily reached by Route 128 or 1 and train facilities are available directly from Norwood Station or at Route 128 Station, only 10 minutes next Monday, Sept. 19. Members and their guests will gather at the club early in th afternoon to participate in tha many events that have been arranged for the active day's program. In addition to the golf tournament members will taka part in Softball games, horseshoe pitching and other sports events. A get-together social hour has been planned for 6 o'clock, followed by dinner at 7. Myron C. Roberts, past president of the Rental Housing Association, will serve as general chairman of the day, assisted by Henry G. Kiggen as vice chairman. Other members of the Boston Real Estate Board included on the committee 4 away. There is also ample bus transportation making connections Taylor Named M. L. B. President Carletnn T.vit rsa nrfic 1 Si tP'SAVING living-dining area featured in Westover Estates ranch model, open daily and Sunday at Norwood. wiin M.iA. service. 'A home owner in Westover STRIKING LIVING ROOM interior of Westover Estates, Norwood, a split-level model home with floor to ceiling fireplace. Estates has the advantage of recreational facilities not far from his front door," Wolf continues. "Wil-lett Pond, over a mile lone, offers ident cf the Natick-Framingham'SaleS Soaring at Gleil MeadOWS Multinl ltin I Sales are soaring at Glen Mea are invited to ride along the wide bituminous streets and visit the bathing, boating, and fishing, and -l. UUI.BU, was sented with a gold pin by the incomine nnnmA James V. Anthony, Philip G. is only a lew minutes away by many model homes now on display. dows Estates in Lynnfield Center," says Mrs. Emilie Boris, vice president in charge sales for Realty Bronstein, Bernard C. Cohen, John Taylor, at the first anniversary ested in the competition should contact home builder associations i H. Craig Mrs. Evelyn Cramsie. The tract ot land now developed has an historical background as uanquei. ana insiaiiation ot new officers held last week at a Way-land restaurant. in their own area for information about the local contests. ation of Home Builders, National Housing tenter, 1625 st, N. Washington 6, D. Deadline for submission of entries in the national contest is Aug. 31, 1956. Nationally prominent architects, home builders, educators, and government housing officials will acts as judges. car. Several fine golf courses and country clubs are close by. Children have the advantage of supervised playground activity planned for them by the town of Norwood. "School facilities couldn't be better, for just five minutes away is Norwood's beautiful Senior High School. A proposed elementary school is planned so close by Contest regulations for the na Construction and Engineering Company, developers of the area. More than 200 homes are to be built this year. The community is already established dotted with a variety of designs ranging from the California ranch to Colonials and the Francis A. Cross, Edmund F. Dag-nino, John H. Devine, Harold G. Drugan, Harry B. McCracken, Rodger P. Nordblom, Edward G. Pyne, Richardson, Eernard Singer, Donald R. Sims, Mrs. Kate Smith, Earle B. Street, Fritz Streiferd, J. Warren Vedder Jr. and Abraham M. Zibit In addition to Taylor, other officers installed included Clement Adams, vice president; Milton Shaw, secretarv Toclia tional competition may be ob it was once owned by Elbridge Gerry, one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence. To visit Glen Meadow Estates, take Rte. 128 to Exit 21, Walnut toward Lynnfield Center; proceed one-half mile to models on right tained through these associations field, publicity man. Leavitt was or by writing to the Model Home Contest Director, National Associ uduicu ueasurer. modern split-level homes. Visitors REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE ry WHY xT7rr I '( crtTOK liiiisiasu yow leads the ffammxs mYJ' I 1 1 inlhe "WARWICK" the "HIGHLANDER" Wi rjBlbifei "Tha Highlander" A true concept in modern srchitectural design lends enchantment to this unusual Ranch home. Dramatic use of expansive window will males for a feeling of spaciousness. Here Is a home designed for informal and easy living with all the comforts which the dis thing Spacious living room with cathedral beameJ ceiling Three full size bedrooms with wardrobe closets Two baths ef ceramic til with built-in formica vanities Full basement and oversized garage. criminating home buyer seeks today. A kitchen which has every. In the HIGHLANDS of BE1AINTREE 3-BEDR00M Vh BATHS FEATURING Completely built-in Color 4 all-electrie titcheni in FULL COLORI Included AT NO EXTRA COST is Wall Unit 1 1 cu. ft. Refrigerator-Freezer an Automatic Dishwasher; Counter-Top Range; Eye-Level Oven; Ventilating Fan; Automatic Clothes Washer-Dryer I Textolite Counter Tops and breakfast area large living room with floor-to-ceiling picture window and huge two-way fireplace visible also from formal dining room three large bedrooms full ceramic tile bath also a private half-bath choice of one-car garage and a playroom area, with 1 floor-to-ceiling picture window or a 2-ear garage. YORK-SHIPLEY BOILER UNIT AUTOMATIC HEAT BY RADIANT Fully plastered wells ceilings steel casement window with screens flagstone walk, grading, seeding tnd landscaping ill Included no extra cost. ---rT. ri. C- Mil: Here is a distinguished new home in Norwood, just 30 minutes from Boston, that is a sure winner a truly new concept in split levels a home so modern and unique that it leaves all ethers far behind An outstanding advance in architectural design that means increased comfort and convenience See it yourself and you will agree that Westover Estates leads the way National Home Week. Magnificent living room dining area with dramatic window wall Three large bedrooms with sliding door warerobe Two full ceramic tiled baths, one with glasi enclosed stall shower Functional all-purpose room on lower level (optional) Basement storage area and oversized garage. MODEL HOME OPEN DAILY SUNDAY 9 A.M. to 8 P.M. Tel. BRaintrn 6-5490 2 MODELS TO The "Warwick" $14,990 Furnished by M0LBR00K FURNITURE, INC. CHOOSE FROM: The "Highlander' $16,500 Decorated bg TI11 Spinning Wiieil, Whitman Oulner Whitman 218 GR J-6878 TBRILLISG KEW COLORS at NO EXTRA COST with GENERAL0ELECTRIC ALL ELECTRIC COLOR KITCHEN FIRST IN NEW ENGLAND BUILT-IN-OVEN COUNTER SURFACE UNITS EXHAUST FAN WASHER-DRYER DISHWASHER General Electric Appliances Supplied By GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES CO. CAMBRIDGE, MASSACHUSETTS Local Distributor of E. Major Appliances HOLBROOK. MASS. Tel. INCLUDED FOR MORE LEISURE LIVING WO a-2160 CA 7-6450 Priced from $19,900 to $20,900 All Betterments Included Two Furnished Models Are Open Daily and Sunday from 11 A. M. tc Dark Interiors bif Coionv House ot Brookline Otuaeefi DIRECTIONS: From Route 1 and 12a proceed on 1A throufh Norwood Shqppin Center (Washington Street) end continue on 1A to lights at Winter SL Right on Winter fit. and follow sienj to Westover Estates. Hutpmiil the world's finest Rout 12S to Rout 37 south tak Peach first laft off 37, watch for sign Bralntraa H'l'ds. built by "CampaneUV New England' 9 Largest Home Builder WESTOVER ESTATES NORWOOD Stainless steel waist high wall even Four burner counter top range Dishwasher Disposal 82-f allon slectrie hot water tank BSu 27 Inc. $22,255 Brtt. eilS.000. LO 8-42Sr3 at STOHEGATE PARK BSu i 1 1 in EAST0I1 I I II JS 11)1 I ill.n.1 aiw klwhM. llvlngjoomi mdru tiled end aittnen, dining room and lou.u.l v.ln. (or S18.900. fcedreems, llvlnrroom with 2v 4 b'h ahower end ever acre land. anit tectlon. Sll.DOO. ifVSfi'X Celenlel tn Terr WEST SIDE 7 MfiUtnflrM FOR INSPECTION sewing room, aunporeh. den, dining uvjnrroom kltrh.M ah Two ear Woburn Rustic Ranch 3-Bedrooms, $13,900 Terrific location In Hitltoo Acres on level corner lot near everything. Only 3 years young with delightful 18' living room, streamlined cabinet kitchen with chic dining area. 3 wide bedrooms, oil heat and extras you'll love. Only a transfer makes thig available at this low, low once. Call exclusive agent. Mr. St. Hilairc, ME 4-7600. Sun. and eves. WO 2-14-47. corner lot. Exotllrnt condition iia auo mo" eme and grestir nndernriced fhiSJ l.7;Ji!J exe.llent eoaTcntrnl location. Mini, dining room. Urt. modim c.bin.l tr SiuS" IB tl0," ep.eee. Lnusnallr ne wood-worn and finish plus unique deslsn. Priced to sell at 017,800. IN WAKEFIELD AND SEE TH 19S8 CAt JPPJL HOME DURING NATIONAL HOME WEEK. DIRECTIONS: TAKE BT. 128 TO EXIT 23 (WAKEFIELD) AND FOLLOW SIGNS. A. J. TAMBONE, INC. 88 Main Street, Reading RE 2-28G0 Open every day until 7:30 P. M. stsu Visit the official Model Home sponsored by Home Builders Assn. of Greater Boston. Win free trip to Bermuda, Register here. SI ESSEX ST. MELROSE SrSll DIRECTIONS! Route 128 take exit St (Route 4-2S1 to Bedford Center follow Route 62 toward Concord to Davis Road iod- fosite 3J8 Concord Rd.) or Foute 2 (Concord Turnpike' to Poute 26 to Concord Center. Route 62 towards Hediord to Pavis Koad watch for signs. Exclusive Agent JAMES R. DOKERTY CRestview 4-E5S3 NATiGK $12,500. V. APPRAISED Excellent rfirlpntint nrna aj fcfr -fr i illf llJI tarport 500.00 Etra 'aiiiii i-limit' ttlnii "n' rfllaA rTri m.j i a aa shopping, transportation schools. SOMERVILLE I open house W0BURN Dazzling Ranch $11,300 Baxturday tnd Snnclsr rt North of Boston! 3-Bedrm, Ranch! Reduced to Full Basement! BEDRMS. IV THIS BOMB ARE ALL DOIBLE SIZFD. The enor-moua ALL CAHlNtT KiTnirv oearuums, iuu oining room, base rnent, l1 baths, garage. Top value! See it tnday! JOSEPH E. HALEY, REALTOR 158 E. Central Nstlck (Bte. 13S1' OLympio 3-T111 aI PR VSTC wis tarpsiM iiirpsn Basemim. 3 SPRING HILL section. 4 and 7, with J-car 2 vacancies soon; price S13.900. MO 64200. B. STANFORD SONS SO Highland Somervllle StSU MALDfcX, 16 HjU it. (oil Floral av. excellent 7-roorn single (4-3j, larse living rm.i elec. special TV room, brnadloom. drapes, included, garage, ready to move in, see this today; 813.50. PEAHCE it ASSOC MAZ-'illfll, MA2-fiH0t FtStSu A Vi'V I parlors modem rinch homes with the best tl neighborhood, on V3 scr lot. Distinctive in every way. picture your-elf cnjsvlng the long living room wnn ecexiic winaows. lTioriaa-st-le has a beautiful WHITE RANGE. kitchen, lary dining and 2 fi'EEIRYfiiOUEIT BELMONT NANTASKET ALrHABFT HECTIOH I 'jLcji llililali SpI HvlRC room Plenty ef eletelt. i for the hnm ir1 LONO LOVELY LIVING is loaded with charm. Has beautiful bath and shower. Loads oi closet space, all matched oak floors. KNOTTY FINE BALL. I'LL BASEMENT WITH ALTOMATIC ALTOMATIC iwruer cnamoers. runs win iove the yard area, and our terms will dazzl. you. Only the trannter forces this sale. Call Mr. Folsom. ME 4-7600, eves, it Sun. CR 4-7518. brirk veneer, 9 4 3 baths, sun liv. din. den, kitchen all Rnariom FIRST TIME OFFERED Ideal executive 5 home Ri'fpnt hull U.a nPST ofter ns. terrific value, three- Prc- Ilot ater-Oil ht 2-C. fipl. iiv. rm. Beautiful paneled dm. EE SiSU OIL HEAT. LAUNDRY CONNECTIONS AND PLENTY OF PLAY. ROOM SPACE. Large tree studded bearoom rancn. plus extra lot of lpnn: nrked at SU-900; 30-ycnr morigajp. NO tlOWS PAYMENT Call LO -15n Hnll (UflTM CEOKGL GUBUON BOX Bnltors NEVVTOHVILLE 2-TAMILY, 6-6. sun parlor, flrppl. '4 acre lo. WE KNOW TOIT'LL LOVE THIS pir.e uantieti aun nn. Plus lat study or office. 4 bri ms. 11 with sundeck), It bsths, Lge. cab. kitchen with delightful giassed din. area overlooking beau-timl grounds with fruit trees and cook-out. This spacious brick Colonial waa designed tor gracious living. 2-c. garsge, private beach rights and storage for boat. This is oxcellent value. 22.500. Exclusive, 1 ESSES MELROSE S'SlI -cr aiape, separate steam htr oil, vacancy, nr. schools, snn' I roSfe- CHILDREN carp.rt. iuiaied. k5s23a7 itVTV'fc m. Low taxes, betttr. I Honed Of Children Full dry with a Flly imdseaped, Ji a wiwiitien plenty ef pley one. asphalt driveway. tffi5r" J'V I t5S'; DIRKCTIONSl Follow Rout. 131 from M.H.pen JI lh Streets t. Sq. through Stoughton Square en Route 131 about 4 miles to signs Stonegata Park. wui bjci in financing; ONE AS MUCH AS DO, I DON'T MISS IT. NEAR NEW SHOPPING DISTRICT. ETC. G.I. S2SO DOWN. EXCELLENT TERMS FOR NOV G.I. StSu JAMAICA PLAIN ASe-lt, A. W. DING WELL. MA MA 9-5100. Pft S-J2P9. SSut DIRECTrONS; TAKE ROLTE, ft THROUGH WILMINGTON BQ. TO TOWN REALTY SERVICE, CANTON MAIN WILMINGTON OK NR. NAZARETH Lovely brirtt Dutch colonial home, on a quiet' street in one of Boston's nnest residential sections; extra larae (irepljced living spacious dining reception hail, tunroom, sen, breaKfast room, kitchen end 11 OUV'EK t-ihlO SSu New berlrm. ranches with carports, lg. landscaped lots, conve nient io TranaporTanon; nest S12.50O. Call Norwood 7-4505. S'Sll lev. on 1st noori good corner bedrooms, tile bain anrflarze Bleep ing porcn on za; modern n. w. nil WAKEFIELD Custom built 3 bedroom raneh. In residential ne jhborhoja. 20 replaced livina room. 20 fu kitchen with separate dining area, attached parage, forced hot water WESTWOOD New spacious 7 rm. tr)-level. complete cerarnte tila naihs. f. w. has hoard 2 car dollar, at S2i.fi00. Distinctive Ranches ARLINGTON MALDEN In 1954 The Boston Globe carnea 140,447 fines oi Business Opportunities advertising more than the other Boston newspapers combined. Ask MR. FOWLER, Realtors STONEHAM TMMArT'T 1TP stoeh AM 5 new custom hone s.g TMsT 9 VPfl'TIVat I VUi ii-C tun HilMh acre tree studded lot, rushed, land' i StRu oil haiit. ftmsned garneroom. caned and ready lor immediate Jo be constructed choice of 8 or A WEST END LOCATION WEYMOUTH HEIGHTS KEW euittTi-biillt rnch, corner lit. prit-e sU.lnn. LINE fl-RM. rolnnial. attached gar 1 'fe G.I. only down rrd hv out- tii mt v. I i -n isii nr. vacancy; frV.rM; npk ranch.L 'wly redecoratedt modern kitchen, ipai'ious llvinarm. with flren ae. haa 4 i.n. ibedrooms, all electric kitchens, IV, occupancy. f-state owner to sell immediately i twin size ulso a dreamy' Call MF(. I.MITK. I)E 2-2t, n-ihu! paths and air conditinruns; largi Po; si seler. vnnr r.11 'r Town ronmi, i rni.j Heal iv lo lonial. tint in OPEN HOUSE JACKSON STOWE, BUILDERS for CK 9-002, with riir.ina aren. overlook SEu THAR u- una-icn i. Gov nlder tingle, I rmi tH lTK floral Pirden. aking S22.700. Vtaihi, eil St. Agtihas IT AN'n BI N. pronerlits ar e'-lait'" I)E S-tWI S'SU WC, MA 4-035S: res. ME 4-flOHt. ror RLOl'T NASI LEXINGTON 2-FAMILY KSNTV FOXBORO Brand new canes and tmst ofTer 108 ST 6-0276, liSu in JV1H1 rrire SlS.iU" H'hieit tn BKNaj' J. 1'FTtaaON. EI.TOn MA MilAiU ta'aSial dull, avail, Ml'UOr tSu TWO newly decorated; B-rm. anti. READING DEDHAM gig nrvmuuiu MI S-AHi ranches! $10,500 tn 12.500, go to Snaron a rexboro follow signs to Toxlnnd. 1JDO J. GLEVNON. TK a-74S6; lT3TTntre 2 ictmu DOI NO. QUENCY Insed p'ay yard, xrellent tranbP, 5-RM. Cape, new 8- niw 'H QUA 24-tt. dnine tiled MEDFORD 3-1416 -ruiitr inunii rii'ai-iuuB. a au BfNGALOW. llv. din West Honp iry. B'S i bedrm. 1 twin itTed. lon nvinir.rrn m. ranch. ranch. mri r.hmet Vlth 5rf floor i NATiGK, COMPACT 8-room home, excellent neighborhood. 4 bedrooms, knotty pme. dining room, oil heat, garage. GOWEN, 16 Eliot St. (Bou'e 16). bouta KaUcki OLympiC J-O'iil. 1. Cm with MM, iinrle. lncat4 In St. rand' Iv, rm. .1. lit QU1NCY elec cabinet tllia Unrik IV a hath si ftrit Soor, other Bwriil til a-ioin. S--B, with fid. rm porches, window, low. i hath. ce. irlt tin natAi a tec. kit ren area rtr rarlh. riTnlafpfi hv.nat rm. twin-slied 1 plne-nanelerl: i beth, over 13.000 aq. ft lot, handy lntlon (a trlinM. excel tr.ahadei hardwood plai'rm, Datn on secona noor. h. w. het, HArTrrY 1 mln to bust lexclnt. loca ir Thrtrh r.oionii. lusnin, eom- tarH- .1.1 OO Tl rc 1 wh. hatm' rar arnr Inc 7 OAH I Kinatinn winrtfuvs. rreaned siove Se sink. 2-car lot, new nMichborhood. lfi.2on neighborhood; $13,500. Call Owner. OIT1NCY at 11.00. FVrvi.TTKT riAT.T ir.urp I3.altnr. GAfl rr RHIK a. r. 7.R1R1 ifTRrtl'T WING. RKALIORh. 485 W. P. GAIXAGHF oil garage. $14,900, MY 6-5700. 6'au Main ski BLn i-iii. 1 1 tStSu iSl-J. LOCATION. GBJ-9004, tlSu jjEj 4-6708-W. 6iSu tSii

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