For many years, residents of laundries drove through the Margaret Street clearance to see what they would do.
The answer may soon be 117-
129 and 26 Margaret Street-
Crown Street 28 is offered for sale as a package or as an interest in a single plot.
Marcus Douglas, Shepherd & Heap's business sales executive, said the site had been in people's minds for years, and now it has been sold and interest has soared.
"It's a great website.
Feedback is overwhelming, "Mr. Douglas said.
"It's very popular;
"Flat land is very rare in Longston in the middle," he said.
The auction included five residential property rights on Margaret Street and two light industrial property rights across Crown Street.
"It is possible to construct joint-row villas development projects in internal residential areas and warehouses. -
Type development or parking --- single or double storey --- to supplement the development of interior housing, "Mr. Douglas said.
Shepherd & Heap also recommends medical or educational development of parking lots, with parking lots attached.
These properties were purchased by the Longston City Council in 1960, when plans were made to build the Longston Avenue leading to Bassett Street.
"There used to be a row of red brick houses. [
But they decided to move the highway somewhere else, "Mr. Douglas said.
After the planned project had not been completed, a steel plant site was leased from Parliament.
It was later acquired by the organization and became part of the ae-jack real estate portfolio.
The seven separate titles are about 2458 square meters.
Five interior houses have 76 names-
One metre from Margaret Street, there are 24 light industrial districts in Crown Street. -metre frontage.
All or letter of intent quotations for individual plots ending at 4 p. m. on Wednesday, 14 November.
For more information, please contact Marcus Douglas at 0429 820 or visit.