PROPERTY / Telecommuter competition: Apple Macintosh computer to be won

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THE PRIZE: By completing both parts of our competition (part one appeared on page 69 of the 'Sunday Review' last week), you could win pounds 3,800 worth of Apple Macintosh equipment suitable for working from home. The package includes PowerBook

Duo (pictured right), which combines a desktop system with a portable notebook computer. The two can be 'docked' in one simple step, and combining both in a single system eliminates the file management problems that come from working on two separate computers.

TO ENTER: Last week we asked readers to estimate the prices of two properties in the West Country and East Anglia. Two more from other regions appear below. To enter, estimate all four correctly and - as a tie-breaker - describe in less than 100 words the small business you would most like to run from home. Judges will be looking

for the most original and enterprising idea. Send answers on a postcard, with your name, address and daytime telephone number to Hester Matthewman, Telecommuter Competition, Independent on Sunday, 40 City Road, London EC1Y 2DB. Closing date: 10 May 1993

Georgian country house in North Yorkshire with six bedrooms, 3 reception rooms, conservatory, outbuildings, gardens, paddocks, 6 1/2 acres:

a) pounds 300,000-pounds 350,000

b) pounds 350,000-pounds 400,000

c) pounds 400,000-pounds 450,000

Traditional late 1930s cottage in Kent, with three bedrooms, two receptions and 1/2 acre of mainly walled garden:

a) pounds 170,000-pounds 190,000

b) pounds 190,000-pounds 210,000

c) pounds 210,000-pounds 230,000

Compiled with Strutt & Parker. Employees of that company, Apple Computer and Newspaper Publishing plc are not eligible to enter. Usual competition rules apply.

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