Horsham, Sussex.
To be sold by Auction by Plumer & Son.
On Tuesday the 2nd day of July 1822 at the Black Horse Inn, Horsham, at four o’clock in the afternoon in one or more lots. A Valuable and desirable Freehold and Corn Tithe Free Farm, part of Hills Estate, lying in the Parish of Horsham, in the County of Sussex.
Containing 76 acres more or less of excellent Arable and Meadow Land with a Cottage, Barn, Stable and other convenient out-buildings in a very compleat state of repair. This farm adjoins the turnpike Road leading from Horsham to Guildford, distant about one quarter of a mile from the Town of Horsham, 38 miles from London and 20 miles from Brighton and the same distance from Worthing and is bounded on the South East by the River Arun and on the West by the Warnham River, the purchaser can have possession at Michaelmas next. The Estate may be viewed, and plans of it seen and particulars had on application to Mrs Etheridge, Horsham, or the Auctioneer, Horsham. NB The above Estate is a desirable situation for any Gentleman who may be inclined to erect a Villa as Coaches pass every day through Horsham to and from London to Brighton and Worthing, and from Brighton through Horsham and Guildford to and from Windsor.

S Phillips, Printer, Horsham

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