I forgot about my very first green roofed house. So the white cruddy house was actually #6!
Want to play House Hunters? TN style?
(in my best Suzanne Whang voice)
House #7 is a 1970's ranch with a 90% updated interior. Located approximately 4 miles from the core, it is in the school district Kim wants. But at 1450, the house lacks space and expansion possibilities. Plus Kim doesn't love the western cedar trim on the front porch. Listed at 130K, she decides to keep it on the list for the schools, layout and flat yard.
House #8 is a much newer home located 10 minutes from the core. This home offers one level living, hardwood in the dining room and a lovely yard. At 1800 sf, this home is just the right size for this family of 3. But the kitchen and baths are cheaply constructed which turns Kim off. And it is in a different (but not bad) school district. Listed at $168K, Kim decides to pass.
(not the house, very similar)
House #9 is a 7 year old split foyer located 8 minutes from the core and in the same school district as home #8. This home offers hardwood on the main level and maple cabinets in the kitchen. At 2077 SF it is the largest of the three. Priced to sell at 162K, this home is priced 68K less than all the other houses in this neighborhood. Viewing at 6pm.