This ad for Ellis Gardens ran on June 30th, 1950.
OWN YOUR OWN HOME
THE MOST SENSATIONAL OFFER IN THE SMALL HOME-BUILDING FIELD IN
ELLIS GARDENS, NORWOOD
4 and 5 ROOM RANCH TYPE HOMES $10,500 to $10,900
ALL GENERAL ELECTRIC KITCHEN
G.E. 8 ft. Refrigerator • G.E. Dishwasher
• G.E. Electric Range • G.E. Disposal
• G.E. Electric Clock
5-ROOM HOME WITH GARAGE
July 4th is Independence Day. The American National holiday. Visit these homes, compare them with others you have seen. Tear up your rent receipts OWN YOUR OWN HOME.
P.S, We also have available a few Cape Cod 4 and 6-room homes
PRICES $9200 to $10,200
75 of these homes were sold in the past three weeks DIRECTIONS: Take Veterans of Foreign Ware Parkway. Route 1. Just about 2 miles beyond Howard Johnson’e to Ellis Ave. Watch for property signs on right.
EASTERN MASS. BUSES STOP AT HEAD OF ELLIS AVE.
MASTERCRAFT HOMES, INC.
ELLIS AVE., NORWOOD—TEL. Norwood 7-2918
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