|Rushden Echo, 27th April 1923, transcribed by Kay Collins
With vacant possession
Avenue Road (The Court Estate) Rushden
Double-Fronted Dwelling House
With 2 acres of Land.
John S Mason
Is instructed by Mr. G. Dunkley to offer for Sale by Auction at the Coffee Tavern, Rushden, on Monday 7th May 1923, at 6 o’clock in the evening precisely, subject to such conditions of sale as will then be produced.
All that valuable Double-Fronted Dwelling House with stone bays, of brick and slate erection, containing two front rooms, living room, kitchen, 4 bedrooms, boxroom, pantry, and the usual domestic offices, small garage of wood and corrugated iron erection, 2 portable fowl houses, and pigstye.
The property has a frontage to Avenue-road of 302 feet, and contains in area 2a. 0r. 16p. or thereabouts.
There are a number of young fruit trees, and most of the land is planted and in a good state of cultivation.
To view, apply upon the property, and for further particulars of the Auctioneer, 30 High-street, Rushden, or of Messrs. Heygate and James, Solicitors, Wellingborough.