Yank that carpeting up! If the hallway is any indication, the hardwood floors underneath could be really nice! Hopefully they are still there. The William Campbell home was built in 1815. It is located on 1.5 acres in Knoxville, Tennessee. William Campbell was the son of Alexander Campbell, one of Knox County’s earliest settlers. The property has views of the Great Smoky Mountains and it overlooks the French Broad River. Four bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 2,672 square feet. $274,900
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From the Zillow listing:
Beautiful 19th century 2 story farm home! Built in 1815, this was the home of William Campbell – the son of Alexander Campbell, one of Knox County’s earliest settlers! This historic property overlooks the French Broad River and offers extraordinary views of the Great Smoky Mountains. Located just minutes from I40 and downtown Knoxville, find yourself a convenient country getaway! With 1.5 acres of land there is plenty of opportunity to customize to your taste. Original flooring throughout, spacious bedrooms and high ceilings, and well maintained. Leave it how it is or update how you see fit! More photos coming soon!
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