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Jacksonville NY For Sale

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Jacksonville NY For Sale

From the Albany Argus, 12 December 1833

For Sale - The subscriber offers the following property for sale, viz: 350 acres of choice wheat land, containing almost the whole village of Jacksonville - One first rate Grist and Flouring mill, with tour run of French Burr Mill Stones, built in 1829, and now in first best order for business. A Distillery built last year, on the best improved plan. A Store, containing apartments very convenient for a small family. A Blacksmith’s shop, with a set of first rate tools. A new Cooper’s Shop, well calculated for 12 workmen; several Houses, out houses and barns, all of which are well calculated to remain together, or to be divided as will best suit purchasers.

Lying in the town of Livonia, Livingston Co., N.Y., on the old Genesee Road, leading from Canandaigua to the village of Geneseo; in the heart of a rich, flourishing, enterprising, fertile country; having the well known durable, pure stream of Hemlock Lake passing through the premises.

It is an object worthy the attention of any gentleman who would wish to embark in business, to call and examine the premises for themselves. The farm can be divided, very conveniently, into two or three farms. The mechanical works can be sold separately, or all together, as may suit. There are several building lots unsold, which would well accommodate mechanics, of different kinds. A tanner and shoemaker, a cabinet maker, wagon maker, chair maker and a tailor, would all meet with good encouragement in this place.

The terms will be reasonable, and a credit of a part of the purchase money will be given: the title without dispute. Inquire of the subscriber, on the premises, or of George Smith, Robert Adams or William Adams of Livonia. Livonia, Jacksonville, December 12, 1833.

I. A. Holden

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