HOUSES AND GARDENS IN HUNTLY
FOR SALE, OR TO BE LET.
THE TENEMENTS, Houses, and Gardens, which formerly belonged to John Gray, Messenger in Huntly, and now to James Grant, Advocate in Aberdeen, situated on the north side of the street leading from the north end of the Square or Market-palace [sic] of Huntly towards the Bridge of Bogie.
Also the Tenements, Houses, and Garden, which formerly belonged to Alexander Knight, Tailor in Huntly, and now to Mr Grant, lying on the north west side of the street leading from the Muir or Cattle Market Stance past the Old School
These subjects are in good repair, substantially built, and well worth the attention of any person wishing such property. The Proprietor is anxious to dispose of them; and therefore great bargains may be expected. Entry to the premises at Whitsunday next.
If not sold, the whole will be let to Tenants for One Year from Whitsunday ensuing.
For farther particulars, apply to the Proprietor, or Mr Milne, Saddler in Huntly, who is fully authorised to conclude a bargain.
Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 9th November 1814.