Freehold and Leasehold Dwelling Houses and Premises Horsham and Warnham to be sold by Auction, by the direction of the Mortgagee under a Power of Sale, by Mr C Hunt. On Friday, the 10th day of May 1839, at four o’clock precisely, at the King’s Head Hotel, Horsham (under such conditions as will be then and there produced). The undermentioned desirable Freehold and Leasehold Property situate at Warnham and Horsham, Susssex viz:

Lot 1: A large Freehold Dwelling House in three tenements, with a Butcher’s Shop, Slaughter House, Stable, buildings and extensive Garden containing about half an Acre of Land, well situate for Horsham, in the Centre of the village of Warnham, Sussex, now in the Several Occupations of Mr James Short, Butcher and Mr James Ellis, Carpenter, who have been served with Notices to quit at Michaelmas, or at the expiration of the current year of their respective Tenancies.
Lot 2: A Substantial and newly erected dwelling house, with Garden, Outbuildings, and Premises, Situate in the Carfax of the Borough of Horsham, held on Lese for 90 years from Midsummer 1828 at the net ground rent of £4 per Annum, now in the occupation of Mr Joseph Vaus, Butcher, who has been served with the like notice. The House contains front and back Kitchens, Parlour, Wash-house with Oven, Cellar, 4 Bed Chambers, Pantry, convenient Cupboards &c.
Lot 3: The Estate and Interest of the Vendors (subject to Mortgage for £250 at £5 per cent Interest) of and in Two substantial and newly erected Dwelling Houses, Situate at the Eastern entrance into Horsham, adjoining the Brighton road, with a neat palisade fence and court in front, each house containing Kitchen, Wash-house, Cellar, front Parlour, 2 Bed chambers, and an Attic, with a back Yard (in which is a Wood Shed) and a Piece of Building Ground with an excellent frontage, now used as a garden, in the respective occupations of Arbraham Tester and John Heath, the younger, at Rents amounting together to £22 per annum – held under a Lease for 90 years from the 29th of September 1835 at the net Ground Rent of £2 10s 0d per annum, with a Right of Purchase of the Freehold for the sum of £75, at any time before the 29th of September, 1842.

Further particulars may be known on application to Mr Pilfold Medwin, Solicitor, or the auctioneer, Horsham.

Printed by Charles Hunt, West Street, Horsham.

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