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8 The Julian News Stephen C. Kerch Broker/Owner CA BRE Lic #00551521 Deborah J. Kerch REALTOR , RMS CA BRE License # 01441209 direct: 760-579-3716 Allison Pettross REALTOR CA BRE License # 0t 934854 direct: 760-525-8145 Lynn Christopher REALTOR - Notary CA BRE License # 00876406 direct: 619-993-4943 REALTY A compang of Kerch 8 Associates Inc., licensed since 1985 2526 Washington St., Julian, CA HARRISON PARK - 35026 Oak Way, 4BRI2BA, 1244 SQIFT, Custom home on 2.5 acres. A turnkey custom home features open floor plan with a spacious kitchen, beautiful cabinets made of knotty Alder, newer GE White Kitchen Appliance, 9 Ft Ceilings. Large 3 car garage. $349,900 PINE HILLS/BELVEDERE- 4822 Belvedere. If you are looking for peace & quiet you will find it here! This adorable Pine Hills 2BDI2BA, 1236 sq ft, home situated on a beautifully landscaped .37 acre parcel is walking distance to William Heise County Park.The home was built in 1990 and is clean & turn-key; the current owners have lovingly cared for the prop- erty since 2000. The living room has a beautiful fireplace with a homey natural wood mantel and a desirable open concept design. $335,000 PINE HILLS -4514 Pine Hills Rd- 2BD/2BA. This adorable home presents a rare opportunity in Pine Hills.The property is one of the loveliest, level two acre tree filled parcels now being offered. $459,000 KENTWOOD - 4120 Cedar Dr - 1 BD/1 BA. A rustic cabin with forty acres situated between 75 private acres and a vast public BLM holding. It is an ideal purchase for the adventure lover outdoor sportsmen, or nature enthusiast. $369,000 WYNOLA - 2181 Wynola Rd - 3BDI2BA 7.5 Acres, 1930 storybook cottage. Beautiful properly, premier location, priced to sell. $379,000 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. $1,379,000 i) G00LL for a FREE Current Market Analysis! PINE HILLS - AZALEA AV - 3BD/3.5BA: Amazing Volcan views, fine home finishes, mature trees, lovely landscaping. CALL NOWTO SEE! $529,500 WYNOLA -' HWY 78 - 3BDI3BA. Custom-built 1995 two-level, country home presents a unique opportunity to embrace not just a home, but a lifestyle. $849,000 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 contemporary comforts and a desirable open floor plan perfect for entertaining. $746,000 WHISPERING PINES - 2020 Prospect Place - 2BD/1 BA, move- in-ready home. Decks on the front and back, a one-car detached garage and wood shed, fully fenced yard, and large concrete parking deck. Includes two lots for a total of .39 acres. $261,000 WYNOLA - CALICO RANCH - 6100+ sq ft. Must see! Executive home in the country, 16+ acres, too many features to describe. $1,275,000 LAKE CUYAMACA - 30.71 Acres; Panoramic Views! 3 separate legal parcels w/water shares. $550,000 KENTWOOD - 3127 Pheasant Dr. - 4BD/4BA on 2.09 acres; great family home; needs some finish work. $349,000 SANTA YSABEL - Beautiful, pristine oak & pine forest 2 Parcels' totaling 77+ acres. Hilltop meadow, remote, private, off-grid, good graded deeded road. $380,000 OWE KENTWOOD" 555Manzanita Dr. - 2BD/2BA on .46 acre. Built 2007. Separate entrance for studio/hobby room. Stellar Salton Sea Views! $259,000 PINE HILLS - Silver Cloud Pass Par - 1,12 acres. Mountainous, slope gentle. NO HOA Fees. $249,000. CUYAMACA WOODS - 5528 Acorn Patch Road 3.73 Acres in Cuyamaca Woods, NO water meter. There are beautiful views to the North, this area is gated and off-grid. Power is derived from solar, wind, and/or generator combinations. Near many parks and horse back riding and hiking trails. $75,000 [] CUYAMACA WOODS - 7997 Engineers Road 2.3 Acres, Enjoy country living with views to the ocean. Paved access, water meter is in, building pad in place. Green living - off the grid area. $90,000 CUYAMACA WOODS - 7828 Engineers Rd, 2.5 acres with water meter. "Off-the-grid" area where green living is a must. Driveway 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. $I 12,000 PINE HILLS.- Pine Hills Rd, 1.64 acres percs for little I BDII BA cabin in the trees. $39,900 SHELTER VALLEY- Firewater Trail #322. Quiet and serene setting, views across the desert to mountain ridges. Well on site, power near by, I -Acre Lot on paved road. Just 14 miles from Julian. $25,000 JULIAN ESTATES LOT- West Incense Cedar, 4.91 acres. Gated community, underground utilities. $I 59,000 JULIAN ESTATES LOT-West Incense Cedar, 4.15 acres. Gated community, underground utilities. $I 59,000 SHELTER VALLEY- Mason Valley Road 03, 1.7 acres- Beautiful views to granite mountains. Parcel is accessed directly off of the S2. It's unimproved and offered at a great value. Perfect Iocationfor an affordable manufac- tured home. Needs a well. $14,500 HARRISON PARK - Harrison Park Rd, 4.93-acre lot right on Hwy 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 PINE HILLS- 0000 Pine Ridge AVE- 4A4 Beautiful acres The seller has placed the water meter and has a site plan completed. Electricity is nearby. $255,000 CUYAMACA WOODS- 5310 Acorn Patch Road 3.2 acres with gorgeous sunset views. Gated, off the grid, rough driveway in place. Price reduced to $45,000. Owner will finance. September 24, 2014 1. When was the last time four players were elected in the same year by the Baseball Writers' Association of America to the Hall of Fame? 2. In their first 10 seasons in the major leagues, how many times did the Arizona Diamondbacks win at least 90 games? 3. Who was the last wide receiver to win a Heisman Trophy? 4. How many consecutive seasons did Dwight Howard lead the NBA in defensive rebounds before the Clippers' DeAndre Jordan took the top spot in 2013- 14? 5. The Boston Bruins won the Presidents' Trophy in the 2013-14 season for the best NHL regular- season record. How many other times have the Bruins won it? 6. Who was the last U.S. men's hockey player before Phil Kessel in 2014 to have a hat trick in an Olympic hockey game? 7. In 2014, Noh Seung-yul became the fourth male South Korean to win a PGA Tour event. Name two of the first three. Answers on page 11 by Larry Cox ,o, Vintage Neckties Q: My grandpa was a traveling salesman throughout the 1930s and '40s. He managed to accumulate more than 200 vintage neckties, and I inherited his collection a number of years ago. Some of the more interesting ones, at least to me, are the hand painted with Western themes. I am now in the process of downsizing and hate to just donate this collection to a charity./hope you can recommend someone who would more fully appreciate these wonderful ties. -- Cynthia, Largo, Fla. A: Barry Hautala is a collector who has more than 10,000 neckties in his personal collection. I spoke to him about the ones you have, and even though he said he has become extremely selective, he has agreed to advise you and share his expertise. His address is 1860 Greentree Drive, Plover, WI 54467.' He suggest you check out an excellent website www. kollectorsnastyoldties.com www.kollectorsnastyoldties. com(KNOT) for general information about this field of collecting. One of the better references is "Fit-To-Be-Tied" by Dr. Ron Spark and published by Abbeville Press. Q: My mom and I have collected salt and pepper shakers for more than 30 years. Can you recommend a good price guide to help us determine current values? --Peg, St. Charles, Mo. A: Although there are several guides available, I especially like the "Antique Trader Salt & Pepper Shaker Price Guide" by Mark F. Moran and published by Krause Books. More than 1,000 salt and pepper shakers are arranged into two sensible categories: shakers by form and shakers by maker. Each listing includes a color photo for positive identification, along with a description, history and pricing that I think accurately reflects the marketplace. Q: Recently, I bought a set of four berry bowls in the Homespun pattern. They are pink in color. I paid $25 for the set of four at a church sale. Did I get a good bargain? --Susan, Chesterfield, Mo. A: According to "Warman's Depression Glass: A Value and Identification Guide" by Ellen T. Schroy and published by Krause Books, your pattern was made by the Jeannette Glass Company of Jeannette, Pa., between 1939 and 1949. schroy lists your bowls for $15 each, so yes, you got a bargain. Write to Larry Cox in care of King Features Weekly Service, P.O. Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475; or send e-mail to questionsforcox@ aol.com. 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. "* t