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18 The Julian News September 10, 2003 . wY00LA0000I00AppleJunctio.00 R. E., Ir,C HIGHWAY 79 OFFICE. 4367 HIGHI AY 78-79 To 3407 HIGHWAY 79 760-765-2323 OFFICE 760-765-2878 OFFICE 760-765-2036 FAX 760- 765-28 78 760-765-2879 FAX HARRY REESE TIM HEINLEIN p p 1 ej Broker-Associate Sales-Associate WWWoa unctionrealestate.com www.julian-realestate.com E'] T'] :1 '] :[el [,[,1 m '_I II "_'I/I '1: ['q, ! ['11 ['11l :| 71  :it | i M ..H.., iiE: IIIIII I i rs J I mCA home in the country is rged ironwork; sound I I waiting for you Eour seasons on a .47-acre systemthroughoel decks; fire pit & spa; J I lot in aood neiehborhood. Nicely maintained home fardenl ely reovted ail io--o-oe 2-BRguestquarters. One II  .... u '_=-_E?" iscn? buyer .......... " ....J. $1,295,000. J I kitchen a'oy the outdoors ............. $279,000. PAUL BICANIC CA_ROLE HOPBALLE Owner-Broker Sales-Associate JEAN DUFFY Sales-Associate ; ' ....... i:j i|i ] ........ 1 :  .. :  " " CUSTOM BUILT on 6.44 acres with views of Banner | Canyon, mountains, and desert beyond. I BR, I BA, ] I LOVELY Arrounded by large oaks, 2 BR, 702 s.f., open kitchen and living area, wood interior, | 1 2 BAs & hardwood floors opens out wood-burning stove, artesian spring, and wilderness l I k) area plus small, outside privacy ............................................................ $2gg,o00. I I decktic sprinklers ................... 834g,000. Julian's REASONABLY PRICED, 4-DR, 2-BA, 2016 s.f., country home on  acre with wonderful views of the surrounding mountains. Home has low- maintenance vinyl siding, 2 pellet stoves for those cozy winter nights, wrap- around wood deck for entertaining & relaxing, end a lovely landscaped yard with potting shed for your gardening enjoyment ........................... $369,000. TWO RENTAL BUILDINGS on 3.2 acres. Zoned C-32. Ample parking. Good well and seasonal pond ....... REDUCED TO $335,000. 3 DR, 3 BA, 2500 s.f. on 2.54 acres -- Enjoy the wonderful, open kitchen featuring gourmet European appliances & granite counter tops & the romantic natural stone fireplace in the living room of this fine, custom home. Master bedroom has his-and-hers walk-in closets & whirlpool tub. Spiral staircase leads down to handsome den with full bath. With a 2-car garage with circular drive & a stun- ning view from the deck, this home won't last long .......... $455,000. FANTASTIC, PANORAMIC VIEWS of Volcan Mountain, its foothills, meadows, & forest -- a view to die for and enjoy from the wrap-around deck & patio of this 3-DR, 3-BA, 2135-s.f. residence. Ground-level bedroom, bathroom, living/kitchen & taundry room suite for your enjoyment or use as a granny fiat, mother-in-law quarters, or rental, family room, office, den, computer, arts & crafts, or whatever you want ............ $349,000. THE CUSTOM HOME features an open floor plan, cooks-delight kitchen, ] I ng hroughoutl ] I THIS CHARMING both living & family room Other er lO00-sq, ft.-wrap- I I and an extra room for your computer, arts & crafts, or whatever you arop observation deck, RV I I COMPLETELY FURNISHEDountain cabin with I I want as well as a laundry/mud roomed front & side yard for your pas, and other animals, I I partialing, mahogany-wood I I 'Y your retirement, for swimming poolr whatever you want .................... $549,000. I I paneling. Private location ....................................................... $198,500. I J your weekend getaways, or rental income ............. : ............... .. ........ $_5Q t 73 ACRE -- HARRISON PARK -- VIEW PARCEL AT END OF ROAD. CLEARED PAD. SEPTIC LAYOUT FOR 1 BEDROOM. $59,000. 2.5 ACRES -- CUYAMACA WOODS -- SLOPING, VIEW BUILDING SITE WITH PHONE & APPROVED SEPTIC LAYOUT FOR 3-DR RESIDENCE. $65,000. .84 ACRE -- CUYAMACA WOODS -- SEPTIC APPROVED FOR 3 DR, HAS WATER METER & PHONE READY TO BUILD $72,500 1.9 ACRES -- CUYAMACA WOODS -- GENTLY SLOPING VIEW PROPERTY WITH PHONE. $72,500. 2.5 ACRES -- CUYAMACA WOODS -- HUGE TREES & PRIVACY. TELEPHONE AT PROPERTY. $75,000. 2.5 ACRES -- WYNOLA ESTATES -- APPROVED FOR 3 DR. ALL UTILITIES AVAILABLE. $85,000. 2.5 ACRES -- CUYAMACA WOODS -- SOUTH- FACING, VIEW PARCEL WITH WATER METER AND TELEPHONE. PINES, OAKS, MANZANITA. $89,000. 4.59 ACRES -- WYNOLA ESTATES -- STUNNING VIEWS, MAJESTIC OAKSI  ROCK OUTCROP- PINGS, PRIVATF_IlI.Ir/ItI CUL-DE-SAC. HAS WATER METEFMI/Itffr-T UNDERGROUND ELECTRI- CITY & TELEPHONE. $98,000. 2.53 ACRES -- WYNOLA ESTATES -- LARGE BOULDER OUTCROPPINGS, MAJESTIC OAK TREES, SEPTIC LAYOUT FOR 3-DR HOME. $99,000. 5 ACRES -- CUYAMACA WOODS -- PERFECT FOR YOUR MOUNTAIN RETREAT. OFFERS BEAUTIFUL VIEWS & UNDERGROUND PHONE. GET AWAY FROM ITALL RIGHT HERE! $120,000. 5 ACRES -- JULIAN -- SEASONAL CREEK, BIG TREES. SELLER WILL PROVIDE SEPTIC LAYOUT. $129,000 -- 6 ACRES -- COMMERCIAL/AGRICULTURA L 2 ACRES ZONED C-36. 4 ACRES ZONED AGRICULTURAL. f- 8.4 ACRES -- OAK HILL RANCH -- UNDERGROUND UTILITIES, BEAUTIFUL VIEW&GATED ENTRY, HAS WELL. $149,000: .......................... 11.18 ACRES -- PINE HILLS -- I=ANTASTIC VIEWS & PRIVACY, APPROVED BUILDING SITE ABOVE SEASONAL CREEK HAS 10-GPM WELL. $249,000. 13+ ACRES -- PINE HILLS -- APPROVED 4 DR, SEASONAL CREEK WITH POND, SHARED WELL WITH STORAGE TANK HOUSE PLANS INCLUDED. $269,000. 16.5 ACRES -- ENGINEERS ROAD -- LARGE, BEAUTI- FUL, SOUTH-FACING PARCEL. GRASSY MEADOW, OAK & PINE FOREST. 8.5-GPM WELL. $269,000. 2.4 ACRES -- LAKE HENSHAW -- REMOTE, FORESTED, VIEW PROPERTY. $39,000. I t; ( 3 b! .= ,t .t J J Drum Circle To be experienced on the Autumnal Equinox within the boundaries of the once beautiful and popular desert oasis BuHerfield Ranch R V Park and OampBround. An overniBhf stag is recommended for those paHieipatin8 This is a no charge event, however some self-contained. Participation is bg reservation only ! You may contact us bg email or telephone. This is a healin8 event for a portion of our Mother Earth that has been abused and ne,leefed for many gears. Only those participating in the circle will be allowed on the premises. For Reservations : bg email : sfarfire@prodiu.nef or by phone: Uncle Henry at 760-765-0831 or 9farfire at 760-76S-3766 YOU DON'T SA yr. You can make 11 1/2 omelets with one ostrich egg. In his book, "Tales from Early Histories", Chinese historian Ssu-ma wrote that the Yin dynasty king, Chou-hsin (1154-1122 B.C.) used a mixture called The Hunting Lion as an aphrodisiac. It consisted of the paws of bears simmered over a slow fire, flavored with the horn of a rhi- noceros and distilled human urine. A newspaper published in Ohio in the mid-1800s, called The Boston Nation, had pages ? 1/2 feet long and 5 1/2 feet wide. Two people had to hold the paper in order to achieve the proper reading position. : :g Theleast harmful snack foods to teeth are pies, plain cakes, and doughnut s . If you could compress the earth to a sphere with a 2-inch diameter, its surface would be as smooth as a bil- liard bali's. Contrary to popular legend, people who were convicted of witchcraft during the Salem Witch trials were not sentenced to death by being burned at the stake. Instead, most were squashed to death beneath a heavy stone slab. WE SUPPORT OUR TROOPS The very first telephone directory, published in New Haven, Conn., in 1878, contained only 50 names. Diamond Jim Brady, in addition to being famous for his penchant for flashy jewelry, had an enormous appetite. At dinner, he could consume three dozen oysters, two bowls of tur- tle soup, and six crabs -just as an appetizer. Breakfast was a gallon of orange juice, three eggs, a quarter of a loaf of corn bread, sirloin steak with fried potatoes, hominy grits and bacon, two muffins, and several pan- cakes. I We ask for your ......... ,-, ........... i;' "i l prayers for all people -" who are in harm s walt,, - The Julian News - The Julian News is the only weekly newspaper covering the area east of Ramona. 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