Top 5: Knoxville’s Highest & Lowest Selling Homes for 2017

    Let’s take a minute to reflect on the Knoxville market’s real estate highs and lows for 2017.  As we all know, real estate has its “high rollers” and also the “in need of some work” cases.

    In 2017 the Knox county home sales’ closing price range went from $12,500 to $2,925,000. While the average sales price did increase 12% in 2017, if you are looking to see if there are still some houses available for fixing up, the evidence would indicate that you can find a property!  On the other end of the spectrum, if you are looking to get into the luxury market, Knoxville’s got you covered there as well with some pretty swanky homes.

    Without further ado, ladies and gentlemen your Top 5: Knoxville Real Estate’s Highest & Lowest Selling Homes for 2017

    Top 5 Highest Sales

    1. 1308 Wendover Rd, 37932: $2,925,000; 5,165 sqft

    2. 2130 Duncan Rd, 37919: $2,650,000; 9859 sqft

    3. 12313 Mallard Bay, 37922: $2,300,000; 7948 sqft

    4. 427 Charlottesville Blvd: $2,050,000; 8110 sqft

    5. 3666 Captains Way, 37922: $2,000,000; 8567 sqft

    Lowest 5 Sales

    1. 4605 Joe Lewis Rd, 37920: $5,000; 800 sqft

    2. 8543 Widener Rd, 37920: $7293; 808 sqft


    3. 4816 Raccoon Valley Dr, 37938: $10,000; 1600 sqft


    4. 1410 W Baxter Ave, 37921: $10,500; 826 sqft


    5. 200 Avenue C, 37920: $12,500; 816 sqft

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