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Two lots being sold together & will not be sold separately. Larger of the two lots is at 1181 Leona Street. The second lot is at 1702 Pennsylvania. Here is your opportunity to step right on in and start construction on these two lots which have already been subdivided. Plans for three units on the two lots are available. Possibility of downtown views from second story or rooftop deck? Enjoy evenings outside from the read more soft light of the historic moonlight tower on the corner of Leona and Pennsylvania. Centrally located for a short walk or ride to downtown the Capitol or UT as well as a number of the trendy restaurants, cafes & popular pubs in the area. Please note that the water meter on site will need to be moved by the seller to their Leona side of the street and to the front of their current home which is adjacent to the subject property.
The information contained in this listing has not been verified by us or the MLS and should be verified by the buyer.
Listing Agent: Agustin Lara, Listing Office: Agustin B. Lara Realty, MLS Data Source: ACTRIS
Last Updated: Apr 6th, 2022. Source: ACTRIS
Agustin’s biggest gift to himself is the gratification of putting families into new homes and helping sellers grow their real estate portfolio. After over 30 years of real estate and mortgage experience, he says that’s all that matters. “I’ve made the big sale, worked the mortgages and conquered the market.” That’s why clients keep coming back for their next big move; a large part of his service is to repeat customers.
His residential and commercial territory spans the breadth of Texas with concentration Austin and Central Texas, where he lives with his wife of almost 40 years. One of 13 siblings, Agustin cherishes families – young and old – and helping them make a house their home. He has found and shown … and shown again … thousands of properties, and sold hundreds. “Las familias son mi mercado, mi responsabilidad y el centro de mi carrera.”
And if you ever find yourself stuck in Texas somewhere, call Agustin; he likely knows somebody there … being from a big family and all.
“One client bought his new home near the end of the year. The company handling the transaction closed before we could get the keys. I reached them at home, crisscrossed central Texas and with some wrangling, he got his keys on Christmas Eve. One of my best holidays ever!”