I have two foreclosures that will be on the market soon. They are vacant and being evaluated now for pricing but I wanted to give everyone a heads up if you or someone you know may be interested.
The first foreclosure is in Blue Ridge (Botetourt County) in the Rainbow Forest area. It is a 3 bedroom, 3 bath ranch with a full basement (50% finished). The basement has a fire place and the kitchen in this home is enormous. It also has a two car garage and is at the end of a cul-de-sac just off of Mountain Pass Road. Price to be determined but it’s sure to be a bargain in this popular neighborhood. A few minor repairs and it’ll be a show place. (This property is now for sale. See it here.)
The second foreclosure is in NE Roanoke City in Read Mountain Estates off of Old Mountain Road. It is a 4 bedroom, 2 and a half bath Colonial with nice level yard and great landscaping. It features skylights, walk-in closets, a large island in the kitchen and a quiet dead end street in another popular neighborhood. The price on this home is also to be determined but no doubt it’ll be a bargain too. The last foreclosure I sold in this neighborhood sold for way below the market value.
These folks are ready to sell. They have just listed this 3 bedroom, 2 bath immaculate home in Bonsack for the low price of $199,950! That’s a great deal for this neighborhood if you’ve recently compared home sales in the area.
This house features views of the surrounding mountains from every major room (including the bedrooms!) If you look closely at the photo you can see the reflections of the mountains in the front windows! A spacious 2-car garage and enormous, level back yard are also yours for the taking. This house is well-kept with recent landscaping, paint and more! It features a nice deck off the dining room for entertaining, grilling out and enjoying the view of the Mill Mountain Star in the distance!
Call your agent (or me) for a private viewing before it’s gone! You can also click here to view the virtual tour.
This Botetourt County home has been sold.
Here’s a great Botetourt County ranch home, HUD foreclosure, ready for a quick flip or new home buyer.
This home features 3 bedrooms and 2 full baths. The master bedroom looks onto the backyard (see photo) and has its own private master bathroom with bathtub! Ceiling fans in the rooms and an enormous dining room and kitchen with newer cabinetry and counter tops really provide room to entertain your guests!
The exterior features a large 2-car garage with garage-door opener, and back-door access to the garage. The yard is 0.5 acres with views of the surrounding woods and mountains in Botetourt County.
Foreclosed real estate in Botetourt County like this doesn’t come around every day and is a real steal at only $160,000. Call me today before it’s gone!
This Botetourt County real estate has been sold.
Great deal on a farmhouse in Botetourt County. This great home is conveniently located on Stoney Battery Road in Troutville and features 1.53 acres of flat land, a 2-story farmhouse built in 1940 with 1992 square feet of living area, 3 bedrooms, 1 bath and a detached garage. Botetourt Country Schools (Troutville Elementary School, Read Mountain Middle School and Lord Botetourt High School). The home needs some sprucing up and would be perfect for the handy fixer-upper in you. It’s ready to be moved into right away!
A great deal in Botetourt County, priced below assessment at only $109,950!
Contact me to get inside and see it before it’s gone! This property is sold!
According to the Roanoke Times, there is a new real estate development in the works for Troutville in Botetourt County. The area in question, a rolling 43-acre tract of landing bordering Route 11 near the corner of Valley Road will be developed to include a nature preserve, chipping green, horse barns and 3-story apartment buildings.
“The project…would house enough people to double the population of Troutville. The Troutville Town Council has embraced the project. It recently approved Tam’s request to rezone about half of the property from agricultural to multifamily residential.”
I don’t know about you, but I think one of the major attractions of the Troutville area is it’s quaintness and relative peace and quiet.
“William Rader, the town’s mayor, said the town council doesn’t think the development will dramatically affect the look of the town because Tam told him it will be hidden by tree cover.”
I don’t know about the town council, but I think doubling the population of the town and adding 3-story buildings and a driving range qualifies as a dramatic change in such a small town.
It also begs the question, how does Botetourt County and the Town of Troutville plan to support such a huge change in population with services such as fire and rescue and schools?
Botetourt County officials, however, have some concerns about the impact the project will have on emergency services, schools and traffic along U.S. 11. Erosion and sediment control are other concerns.
Isn’t that what I just said?
“It seems pretty aggressive to me to build that number of units in that location,” said Botetourt County Administrator Jerry Burgess.
Well, at least someone appreciates that this is more than just an ornamental change to the landscape and community. Wouldn’t it be nice if for once real estate developers would just come out and be a little more forthright?
Maybe a statement like this–
‘Yes, this development is large, wieldy and will dramatically change the community, but it will make me a lot of money’.
We can only hope.