THE WICKHAMFORD ESTATE.
On Saturday, the 10th day of July next, at 3 for 4 o’clock, at the Star Hotel, in the city of Worcester.
of excellent quality and in a good state of cultivation, with suitable HOUSES and BUILDINGS.
A portion of the ESTATE is, from its close proximity to EVESHAM, very suitable for ORCHARDING or GARDEN LAND, and so cultivated would produce LARGELY-INCREASED RENTAL. A large extent of the adjoining Lands is now in Garden.
For further information apply to Mr. MARTIN CURTLER, Solicitor, Sansome-place, Worcester; Messrs. BENTLEY and HILL, Auctioneers; or Messrs. WEBB and BUCK, Land Surveyors, all of Worcester; Mr. F.P WEBB, Land Surveyor, Evesham; or Messrs. THOS. WHITE and SONS, Solicitors, of No. 11 Bedford-row, London.
The Worcestershire Chronicle of Wednesday 21 July 1869 reported that the Estate was sold for £50,000l, including timber, to Mr Francis Parker, as agent to J P Lord, Esq, of Hallow Park.