Life, business, real estate, do the numbers add up?
If you say that someone is playing the numbers game, it is assumed that they are concentrating on the aspects of something which can be expressed in statistics.
At 21 Agnew Street, there is no game to be played, as this proposition is a total no-brainer.
729m2 of beautifully positioned RZ1 inner-city land with a gorgeous outlook across to Calvert Park, perfect!
105m2 of comfortable living inside, modest, rented on a fixed-term agreement until June 2021 at $540 per week.
A priceless amount of potential and development could be achieved with this established, easement-free block in a premium position.
Notwithstanding, the saving of the most precious commodity of all - time. 21 Agnew Street is a most convenient and premium location in the heart of the Inner North. A quick skip in every direction connects you with the city and the thriving Inner city precincts, central to the Braddon, Ainslie and Dickson suburban centres. Walk, ride, light rail or uber and make the most of a vibrant Inner North lifestyle.
The numbers just add up!
It's not very often I make it about the numbers, but this one is too good to go past. If your dream is to renovate, redevelop or redesign, the emotion will kick in as you aspire for Agnew Street.
.three bedroom home in Ainslie
.established block and gorgeous Calvert Park position
.currently rented on a fixed-term agreement for $540 per week until June 2021
.solid brick construction
.sunny living room with heater
.single lockable garage
.hills hoist clothesline
.excellent established 729m2 block
.fantastic location with easy access to the Ainslie Shops, North Ainslie Primary School, Mount Ainslie walking trails, Campbell High School, Dickson College, Daramalan College and the ANU
.close proximity to the city, public transport, Braddon precinct
Land size: 729m2 (approx.)
Living size: 105m2 (approx.)
Land rates: $4,470pa (approx.)
Land value: $681,000 (2020)
Year built: 1964 (approx.)
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