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Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal - 28 February 1930 (Document)

By order of the Executors of the late Mr. Thomas Kent
SHIRLEY, DERBYSHIRE.
SALE of an ATTRACTIVE DWELLING HOUSE WITH LAND
TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION
By Messrs. W. S. BAGSHAW & SONS, At the Green Man Hotel, Ashbourne, on
THURSDAY NEXT, MARCH 6th,
At 3 o’clock in the afternoon subject to Conditions of Sale to be then produced and read:—
AN ATRACTIVE FREEHOLD SMALL FARM, known as
SHIRLEY MOUNT,
situate in the Parish of Shirley, in the County of Derby, within 5 miles of Ashbourne and 10 miles of Derby. Comprising; PLEASANTLY SITUATED BRICK and TILED DWELLINGHOUSE, containing Entrance Hall, Sitting Rooms, Kitchen, 2 Dairies, Store Room, Scullery, Bedrooms, Cheese Room, 2 Stone' Rooms. Good Garden and Orchard. Adequate Brick and Tiled Buildings, and 2 Fields Rich Old Turf Land, extending to an area of 18 ACRES, 3 ROODS, I PERCH, now in the occupation of Mr. Charles Kent. This is very good Small Holding, and would make a nice Small Country House. For further particulars and to see Plan, apply to Messrs. W. S. Bagshaw & Son, Auctioneers, Ashbourne, Uttoxeter, and Derby; or to Messrs. CULL, BRETT & OSBORNE, Solicitors, Ashbourne.

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