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A Spotlight on 2 unique Old West Austin Properties for Sale....


These 2 properties are located in the OLD WEST AUSTIN neighborhood of Central West Austin. Some might consider these locations Clarksville, but as a local real estate agent, I'd categorize both of these 2 property locations as OLD WEST AUSTIN in the 78703 Zip Code. These are classic "Silent Market" potential for Sale opportunities. Are you a possible Old West Austin Buyer?

Take a Look, and email, txt, call or connect with us, if you have any inquiries or questions 512.657.9281 iphone George Vance McGee Real Estate  Agent georgevance@gmail.com
Old West Austin Property for Sale Ideas and Options. Purchase Back HALF of the Property and Condo-ized LOT for $395K and then build your CUSTOM 1100 sq. ft 2/2 Townhome? Or perhaps purchase the entire property for $1,095,000 +/-, The Front House is now leased for $2,000 per month to excelletnt tenants
Old West Austin Property with some Downtown Views. Zoned SF3-HD-NP.  1/1, 1/1 & downstairs 2/1. 5 parking spaces. Paved pristine Alley. Sturdy Bones, Pier and Beam Foundation. Walking Distance to Whole Foods, BookPeople, Whole Earth, 6th and Lamar and More...$1.6-$2 Million Asking price per owner.
Thanks for taking a look. Got any questions about these 2 specific Old West Austin Properties potentially for Sale? Got any Questions about Central Austin Real Estate in general? We may be able to work and help your life.
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I found 2 "FSBO" lots this past week in Drippings Springs, TX  for 295K and "78704" South Lamar for 599K if interested? I've got the SURVEYS for both. georgevance@gmail.com 

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