Many of the homes in that price range provide an excellent opportunity to restore a home to an improved/original condition. If you are interested in restoration, then I suggest checking out the city of Knoxville's Blighted Property Redevelopment Program. You can read more about it and download the guidelines from my website: http://fostertheamericandream.com/knoxvilles-blighted-proper
Shannon Foster, Broker
Coldwell Banker Wallace & Wallace, REALTORSÂ®
If you have an interest in a project house, an area or a price range, I suggest you contact a real estate agent and let them do the work for you. Plus, as professional house hunters, we can usually find that rare gem that might not be as obvious to the casual buyer.
Hope this helps.
Thank you for your question. There are several properties for sale on Woodbine, ranging in price from $27,500 to $99,900. Though the link you have provided does not specify a house number, there are a number of foreclosures included in the available properties on this street, and it is likely that the property in question is one of these foreclosures, as noted in the description.
If I might ask, are you actively looking for a home in the greater Knoxville area, or did you simply have a question about this particular property? Foreclosures can be a great option for a homebuyer willing to invest some "sweat equity" in a house, and the degree of work needed can vary widely from property to property.
Please let me know how I may help you with your real estate goals. I am available to answer questions, and can schedule a showing of any home you would like to see. You can reach me by phone or text at (865) 323-1836, or by e-mail at email@example.com.
Caroline Holt, Realtor
Coldwell Banker Wallace & Wallace