This Day In Norwood History- July 7

Martin Cerel was the man behind Norwood Park, a housing development built at the base of Morse Hill in South Norwood at Alandale Parkway. Dozens of ads were run throughout 1955 for Norwood Park and a later expansion called Norwood Park II (the loop at the end of Alandale Parkway) . This ad run on July 7th, 1955, points out the bus and train access to Boston (just 12 miles away!) and easy access to the Endean playground next door.


WHY PAY RENT?


SEE
FURNISHED MODEL HOME BRILLIANTLY FLOODLIGHTED
OPEN TONIGHT A EVERY NIGHT DURING THE WEEK 10 A. M. TO 9 P. M.

NORWOOD PARK
AT-NORWOOD

EXTRA LARGE EXPANDABLE CAPES


G.l. ONLY $55.74
A MONTH Princ. & Int

2 big bed rooms with finished stairway to huge expansive area for 2 more rooms, You’ll be adjacent to 35-acre Norwood Park playground … just 12 miles from downtown Boston via bus or train. All of this and more too, for only $10,990. Minimum non G.I. terms

MODEL HOME, open everyday from 10 a. m. to 9 p. m., is furnished and decorated by Callahan’s (Norwood Furniture Co.)

Directions: Route 1A through Norwood Center to the blinker light at the junction of Route 1A and Washington St. • • • bear left on Washington Street 1 1/2 miles past the Norwood Junior High School to Norwood Park. Phone NOrwood 7-4125.

MARTIN CEREL, Realtor
HOMECRAFT BUILDERS. INC.

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