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8 The Julian News Stephen C. Kerch Broker/Owner CA BRE Li #00551521 Deborah J. Kerch REALTOR , RMS CA BRE License# 01441209 direct: 760-579-3716 Allison Pettross I EA LTO R CA BRE License # 01934854 direct: 760-525-8145 REAL A company of Kerch & Associates Inc., licensed since 198i CUYAMACA WOODS - 5846 Grandview Way - 4BD/3.5BA. 5-Acre, Solar-Powered Estate. On clear days the view stretches from Pt. Loma to Catalina Island and beyond. This home is designed for entertaining with a large kitchen with two ovens, ranges, and dishwashers; it opens up to a huge great room with 21 -ft vaulted ceilings. Surrounded by a collection of National, State, & County parks, the opportunities to enjoy high-tech, self-contained luxury among an abundance of wildlife in a private and natural setting are here now! $1,379,000 PINE HILLS - 4657 Belvedere Dr - 3BD/_4BA. California Ranch-style home on 4.88 nearly level acres. This home is truly-a horse lover's dream. It was elegantly updated with con- temporary comforts and a desirable open floor plan perfect for entertaining. The kitchen features stainless steel appliances, granite counters, a spacious pantry, under counter wine captain, bar service area, and a large center island. This home is a must see to appreciateJ $849,000 KENTWOOD-2664 Salton Vista Dr-3BD/3BA Beautifully remodeled home features desirable open floor plan, with large brick fireplace in the living room. The kitchen boasts custom hardwood cabinets, granite counters, a spacious island, double oven, walk-in pantry, and built in desk area. Dual pane windows, newer roof, on demand water heater, new septic system and fire resistant coated siding. $300,000 JULIAN - BANNER GRADE - 4BR/2BA. One acre offering privacy, a seasonal spring, mountain views and picturesque country setting. New paint and carpeting, custom updates. t BLM access. Bring your horses, desert toys and RV. $325,000 PINE HILLS - AZALEA AV - 3 BD/3.5BA. Amazing Volcan views, fine home finishes, mature trees, lovely landscaping. CALL NOWTO SEE! $529,500 CUYAMACA WOODS - 5151 Acorn Patch Rd Solar powered 2BD/3BA. Designed to take full advantage of th views from its 12-acre hillside parcel, this elegant country home offers privacy and amazing vistas from every room. A spacious open floor plan, hardwood floors, window seats and enchanting rock fireplace make the main floor living spaces a tribute to comfortable country living. The home offers a spectacular entrance from the ample driveway parking areas. Green House in SD County under $1,000,OO0 according to U.T.! $709,000 _ ' :.=--,,-- .,  ..... WYNOLA - CALICO RANCH - 6100+ sq ft. Must see! Executive home in the country, 16+ acres, too many features to describe. $1,275,000 WYNOLA - HWY 78 - 3BD/3BA. This captivating custom-built 1995 two-level, substantial country home presents a unique opportunity to embrace not just a home, but a lifestyle: $859,000 LAKE CUYAMACA- 30.71 Acres; Panoramic Views! 3 separate legal parcels w/water shares. $550,000 WHISPERING PINES - 2020 Prospect Street - 2BD/1 BA, move-in-ready home, It has decks on the front and back of the house, a one-car detached garage and wood shed, fully fenced yard, and large concrete parking leck. This property includes two lots for a total of .39 acres. $279,000 ! CUYAMACA WOODS - 5789 Shady Acres Lane 2.63 acres, 1BDI1BA. Built 2007. This cutie won't last! $230,000 KENTWOOD - 555 Manzanita Dr. - 2BD/2BA on .46 acre. Built 2007. Separate entrance for studio/hobby room. Stellar Salton Sea Views! $269,000 KENTWOOD - 3127 Pheasant Dr. - 4BD/4BA on 2.09 acres; great family home; needs some finish work. $349,000 CUYAMACA WOODS - 7828 Engineers Rd, 2.5 acres. "Off-the-grid" area where green living is a must. Drive- way and pad already in place. $79,000 JULIAN - Payson Dr, 3.37 acres within the township historic district. Septic report completed in 2011; will need water meter but fire hydrant across the street. $112,000 CUYAMACA WOODS -Acorn Path Rd, 3.2 acres with gorgeous sunset views over the hills. Gated and off the grid. $63,000 CUYAMACA WOODS - Engineers Rd, 2.3 acres with water meter, building pad, views, wooded lot. $90,000 PINE HILLS - Pine Hills Rd, 1.64 acres percs for little 1BD/1BA cabin in the trees. $39,900 CUYAMACA WOODS - Acorn Patch Rd, 3.73 acres. Beautiful views to the north; this area is gated and off-grid. $75,000 KENTWOOD - 1006 Chapin Dr.- 1BD/1 BA + large loft, .23 acres and deck overlooking Volcan Mountain. Your little cabin in the mountains. $210,000 MASON VALLEY- 1.07 acres in Shelter Valley. Accessed from $2. Perfect for a manufactured home; needs a well. $15,000 PINE RIDGE AV- 4.44 acres in Pine Hills. Water meter and a site plan completed. Electricity is nearby. $265,000 JULIAN ESTATES LOT-West Incense Cedar, 4.91 acres. Gated community, underground utilities. $199,000 JULIAN ESTATES LOT-West Incense Cedar, 4.15 acres. Gated community, underground utilities. $199,000 SHELTER VALLEY- FirewaterTrail, 1 acre with well and mountain views. $25,000 HARRISON PARK- Harrison Park Rd, 4.93-acre lot right on Hvvy 79 & Harrison Park Rd. $110,000 Owner will carry, ez terms, new price! SHELTER VALLEY- Great Sandy Trail, 1.09 acres. Corner lot with well. $25,000 June 4, 2014 1. Only two players in major- league history have had a season of at least 30 home runs and 50 stolen bases. Name them. 2. How many major-league seasons did Julio Franco play, and did he ever-appear in a World Series? 3. Who was the first black quarterback to win the Heisman Trophy? 4. Name the last rookie before Portland's Damian Lillard in the 2012-13 season to lead the NBA in minutes played for a season. 5. In 2013, Cornell's Mitch Gillam became the third hockey goalie in NCAA history to score off a direct shot. Name either of the other two to do it. 6. When was the last time before 2014 that a South American country hosted the World Cup for men's soccer? 7. Who was the only world heavyweight boxing champion not to win a title bout? Answers on page 14 by Larry. Cox Chenille Bedspread Q: I have a chenille bedspread that has been in my family for at least 75 years. It has a log cabin design and is in fairly good condition. Is this a keeper? --Barbara, Tyler, Texas A: The first chenille bedspreads were made using thick cotton threads, identical to those found in candle wicks. Although the earliest examples of this type of embroidery date back to Colonial America, chenille didn't really become popular until the Victorian era. Until the 1940s, almost all of the bedspreads were made in Georgia and by hand. Later, companies such as Cabin Craft began mechanically producing them in great numbers. Spreads made by such companies as Morgan Jones, Bates and Hofmann are especially desirable. The value of a chenille bedspread depends on several factors: Condition, the pattern and the colors used all are important. Prices can vary. Spotted recently in Phoenix were three exceptional chenille spreads: An elaborate peacock, $85; a patriotic World War II design with warplanes and military ships, $125; and a ranch scene with horses and cowpokes, $150. Q: I purchased a cast-iron bulldog several years ago at a flea market and recently discovered it actually is a doorstop. Is it worth keeping? -- Mike, Las Cruces, N.M. A: It depends. Since reproductions have flooded the marketplace, it is always a good idea to examine them with suspicion. Cast-iron doorstops seem to ebb and flow in popularity. During the 1980s, interest reached a fever pitch and prices soared. That fever has. since broken to quite an extent. If your doorstop is authentic, it might be worth keeping. Typical prices include a Colonial woman with cat, $325; a bunny, $95; a basket of tulips, $150; and a covered wagon, $150. All of these, prices reflect vintage examples, not reproductions. Reproductions often can be found in the $25 to $50 range. Be care, since many of the fakes are aged to look old and real. Q: I have a rub-stained glass toothpick holder that was a souvenir of Chicago. I think it probably is from the Victorian era. I have been offered $75 for it. -- Beth, Decatur, II1. A: Take the money and run. According to several collectors I contacted, your toothpick holder is valued in the $25 to $45 range. Write to Larry Cox in care of King Features Weekly Service, P.O. Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475, or send e-marl to questionsforcox@ aoLcom. Due to the large volume of mail he receives, Mr. Cox is unable to personally answer all reader questions. Do not send any materials requiring return mail. (c) 2014 King Features Synd., Inc. design: LeenaHannonen.corn