The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on September 22, 1968 · Page 79
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 79

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GLENWOOU BAYOU, where this Motl Morn*- Is located, Is part of the fual- devuloplng area between Highway 288 and County Ittmd 28B (Old Angleton Itoad) In tJrazoaport'a northern reaches. NoHt- lod In tliu trees and along quiet streets, hundreds of families now live where only a few years ago, there was only tlmberland. Glenwood Bayou Subdivision scene of much home building Dunn Homes Inc. havu b«en actively engaged Inconntruct- Inf homes In tho Glenwood Diyou subdivision during tliu part year. The llrm, oiwratud by partners Tom and Konnlo Dunn, •old about -o honu'S In thu Dru- ^osport area during the pant year — the majority of them In the Glen«ood arua. About 20 homox, ranging in prlco from $10,000-35,000, are presently bulnc built by Dunn Homos In this nuw and faat trowmg .lubdlvl.iiun. Hotuile lJunri said (hat there- art plans !or ttw coinpaii) to construct at least 000 homes in that area. 11 u s 111 o a s has livvn good enough that brother Charlie Dunn has opvned iJil) Paint Co., largely lo supply Uium llotnua and other building flrmi '*lth paint, tonls aiui hardware. The homes being constructed are all brick and v,hen finished will bo completely Utwlsca[M-d, Slz« ranges from 1,200 square feet of space lo 2,000 square feel. The homes have three to five bedrooms and t'*o or two and a-half baths. H. Dunn said that their best-selling archl- tectual style at the present time Is Spanish. Karly American awl French Provincial stylu houses are also being built by the llrm. Financing for these homos has been through conventional loans, H. Dunn stated. Tho company has operated In the HraAoaport area (or about three years. They liave build Individual homes in many locales, but at the present time have been confining thu'.r construction to the Glen- Carrier A cool way to beat the summer heat Carrier central air conditioning Carrier We Feoture Any Type of Installation Home or Business...Free Estimates • Famous Carrier quality in a 17.500 Btu unit, complete with thermostat, condenser, cooling coil and tubing, to provide air conditioned comfort lor the average live-room house. . . at this low, low price! • Easy terms no money down, up to five years to pay. • Your system installed, tested and balanced by Carrier-trained people. Ready to help you beat the heat. We have a Carrier unit that's just right for your home. Call us today — and cool of) for the rest of the summer. Proud to serve the people of Brozoria County with the finest in Heating and Air Conditioning... ANCHOR HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING COMPANY 216 THAT WAY JACKSON wmxl I3a)(iil .irea. Charlie iiuiiii in p.irtuer ship v, itli br<n h.-r Hoimn'. |i«il. li>r*ard in suppl;. mi; n,;in\ 1 c.il pallitllii: .iii'l I'M! Mini; <-n tractors. Kven iH-iure oiiii-t.ill'. mi;, <.'. I'mm .-i.ii'l !»• v, .is plyini; ( huil. Arnold .1 ]< <•. l t/.(inii»C coini\n tor. 1 in- I i'.lllil Co. supplies .ill Mil-I e.s.saries inp.nnt uiiil hurl'* .ire for IJiinn Hoii.e.s, Mod Homes experienced in Gulf area Mod Homes by Gilbert, a firm that has been In the build- Ing and developing business for 23 years on the Cult Coast, has been constructing homes In lirazosport and Angleton subdivisions during the past year. Mod Homes have l>een going up In the Glenwood Bayou Subdivision and the North Nidge I'lace Section II Subdivision In Angleton. Kay E. Gilbert Sr. of Kemah, owner of the firm, advertises I lie houses as three and (our bedroom homes, ranging In price from $17,900 to $24,000. The homes are all brick, with elijctrlc built-in kitchens and ci-ntral heat and air ron- iillx-rt lays claim loauo'xl l Dl ImiMlm; ifXpcricnri'. MI !• iii Id; r nl 'hi- National i." IiulI'lTS Association, v. ;t.s si:rr».'tary "1 the Gal- VKStnn chapter lor six years. Ills ^l!" llOi'S :|ll *!•• 'llfC- ur.itinx ;tii<l InlDrinrwork, Her i.il"ii( ,i Ids such hiKhliKlits as interior brick trim, lire. (jlace.->, ;i)ul p;i;i")wi! in inany ((! the lujiiies. R«crettlon-R««l In Mtxl Homes art* llnajiced by ihe Mtirti'.aue Company of Anierica or through conven- tiiiiial loans. "Yes, Realtor is in the dictionary — but it really meansj____ Superior Service KKY LAKGO Kesort Is located on Surfside Beach some seven rnlles east of Highway 332. It encompasses some 80 acres and gives the advantage of both beach front living and accessibility to the three canals opening onto Christmas Bay. Palm trees have been planted along the beach to add to the attractive setting. You can rely on us for dependable courteous service ROWLAND REALTY 103 Plantation Dr., Lake Jackson Phone 291-6543 BETTER LIVING THROUGH BETTER FEATURES ,no MOD HOME Professionally decorated by M.B. Michelle "The Wellington" 717 E. Jasmine, Glenwood Boyou We take pride in showing this beautiful home as a measure of our progress for 68. Ray E. Gilbert has had been In the building and developing business for 23 years here on the Gulf Coast. He has been a member of the National Home Builders Association for 18 years and has served as secretary and treasurer of the Galveston County Home Builders Association for the past G years. Featuring •All Electric Built-in Kitchens •Carpet •Panelled Family Rooms •Decorator Baths and Foyers •Central Heat and Air Conditioning •Wallpaper Accents NOW BUILDING IN GLENWOOD BAYOU AND NORTHRIDGE PLACE SECTION II, ANGLETON 3 AND 4 BEDROOM HOMES PRICED FROM $17.900 to$24,000 LIVE BE1IER ELECTRICALLY IN AN ELECTRIC MEDALLION HOME Oni'-k, cool-cooking electric range and oven Dependable central electric air conditioning Better light for better sight Reddy wiring for full housepower Cozy electric bathroom heaters Convenient waste disposer Work-saving electric dishwasher MOD HOMES L OFFICE 265-4301 743 OYSTER CREEK by Ray E. Gilbert HOME 877-4332 KKMAH

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