Coalbrookdale Company auction poster, 1910

SHROPSHIRE.


VALUABLE

FREEHOLD ESTATE,

BELONGING TO

The Coalbrookdale Company, Limited,

Situate in the PARISHES OF WELLINGTON and DAWLEY.


Messrs. BARBER SON


Are honoured with instructions to Sell the above Valuable Property by Auction, at

THE TOWN HALL, WELLINGTON,

On WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, & FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19th, 20th, & 21st, 1910,

At 2-30 p.m. punctually each day, subject to Conditions, in

232 LOTS.


The ESTATE is entirely FREEHOLD, and has an area of about

900 ACRES

IT COMPRISES-

Several conveniently arranged FARMS,

With HOMESTEADS and BUILDINGS THEREON, including—

LAWLEY FARM, HORSEHAY FARM, LAWELY BANK FARM, and NEW DALE FARM.

MANY SUPERIOR

VILLA RESIDENCES,

With GROUNDS and GARDENS.

Several SHOPS and PREMISES.

336 Good Cottages,

WITH

LARGE GARDENS

MANY LOTS OF

Accommodation and and Garden Ground.

BUILDING SITES.

The Pool Hill County Council Schools

The Ground Rents of Three Chapels,

ALSO

Horsehay & Heathill Coppices,

HORSEHRY POOL & CINDER HILL,

Also all the Existing Leases and Contracts of the Mines and Minerals on and under the above.


The Lots are situated at New Dale, Arleston Brook, Lawley, Lawley Bank, Lawley Common, Dawley Bank, Dawley, Little Dawley, and Horsehay.

PLANS AND PARTICULARS may be obtained from the OFFICES OF THE COALBROOKDALE COMPANY, LIMITED, Coalbrookdale; from Messrs. PAINES & Co., Solicitors, 14, St. Helen's Place, London, E.C.; The AUCTIONEERS' INSTITUTE, Russell Square, London; or from Messrs. BARBER & SON, Auctioneers and Surveyors, Wellington, Shropshire.