View Full Version : Downsizing??? Here's a cute little house I found near the "Humps"

04-02-2015, 04:59
As a Real estate Broker/Investor I'm always hunting properties. This HUD foreclosure is @ 1 mile from where the trail crosses US 19 near Mountain Harbour. It's a 2 bdrm 1 bath room, not good for a hostel, but nice for someone wanting the shed that over-sized house, move closer to the trail & slow your pace of life down. I'd look at it but my plan is still 8-10 years away.


https://www.google.com/maps/dir/Mountain+Harbour+Bed+%26+Breakfast,+Roan+Mountain, +TN/221+Buck+Creek+Road,+Roan+Mountain,+TN/@36.1787006,-82.013499,14z/data=!4m13!4m12!1m5!1m1!1s0x885084e51b563ce1:0xa21 9e55c2fdd4997!2m2!1d-82.016339!2d36.179449!1m5!1m1!1s0x88508fee6699750f :0x86d180e61e0bc833!2m2!1d-82.0264388!2d36.1857185

04-02-2015, 10:35
Needs a lot of work but wonder if it could be turned into a rental?

Tipi Walter
04-02-2015, 10:58
Neato location. For 21 years I lived in a ridgetop tipi a few miles northeast of that house off Highway 321 near Watauga Lake. I believe the AT crossing on US 19E gets alot of vandalism and broken windows and burned out cars?? At least it used to.

04-02-2015, 14:31
Yeah I figured for $50,000, it might be what someone on here is looking for. I agree, it could be a nice rental,(vrbo or airbnb) then the owner could use it as they please & if they like it enough they could retire there. It's pretty neat that you can walk to the AT from there. I have enough homes for now in KY but if I was into long distance land lording, I'd take a look.