[1] Real Estate Transfers

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[1] Real Estate Transfers


Property transfers listed in area communities for the period of Oct. 19-23.

Bartlett

$277,000, 5N771 Carriageway Drive, Bartlett, 60103; sold by James Walicek et al, to Glenwood and Felicia Todd.

$242,000, 211 Gatewood Lane, Bartlett, 60103; sold by Stuart Latta et al, to David Gonzalez.

$240,206, 208 Burton Drive, Bartlett; Centex Homes to Roger and Kathy Kruel.

$239,000, 1056 Derby Lane, Bartlett, 60103; sold by Woodland Hls LLC to Frank and Susan Campise.

$228,000, 404 E. Millwood Drive, Bartlett, 60103; sold by Robert Mulroy et al, to Kevin and Patricia Kocis.

$203,000, 600 Foster, Bartlett, 60103; sold by James Galla to Reynaldo Tecson.

$201,935, 2074 Providence Drive, Bartlett; Centex Homes to Gulam and Maimona Jeelani.

$193,000, 624 Grenache Court, Bartlett, 60103; sold by John Ahern et al, to Hector and Gloria Espana.

$190,500, 2028 Grovetown Drive, Bartlett; Paul and Bethanne Panos to Steven and Debra Trensch.

$188,000, 954 Chippendale Drive, Bartlett, 60103; sold by Reynaldo Tecson to Raheel Baig.

$163,000, 1260 Horseshoe Lane, Bartlett, 60103; sold by Bartlett Lkvw Ltd to Robert and Bonnie Marks.

$147,000, 685 Juniper St., Bartlett, 60103; sold by R Gregory Dudgeon et al, to Frank Lemke.

$135,700, 1563 Spaulding Road Unit 482, Bartlett; Jeffrey and Jeannine Jenkins to Keith Kowalczyk.

$127,000, 1137 Longford Drive, Bartlett, 60103; sold by Jeffrey Chumbley et al, to Brett Levine.

$126,000, 1668-2 Chatsford Court #14-6-L, Bartlett, 60103; sold by Earl Scarpelli et al, to Angeline Scarpelli.

$86,000, 646 Harbor Terrace, Bartlett, 60103; sold by Brian Martin et al, to Jesse Arteaga.

$81,700, 151D Peter Court Unit D, Bartlett; Gail Bump to Ahmed and Susan Shabib.

Carpentersville

$203,000, 3119 Merrywell Court, Carpentersville, 60110; sold by Kimball Hill Inc. to Robert and Sandra Ludwig.

$199,000, 403 Northgate Court, Carpentersville, 60110; sold by Kimball Hill Inc. to Kenneth and Micki Henricksson.

$183,000, 910 Cortney Drive, Carpentersville, 60110; sold by Jin Duan et al, to Michael Byrnes and Renee Beaudoin.

$178,000, 6014 Sanders Court, Carpentersville, 60110; sold by Bradley Smith et al, to Larry and Denise Wartsbaugh.

$176,000, 3107 Merrywell Court, Carpentersville, 60110; sold by Kimball Hill Inc. to Rustico and Gloria Culla.

$174,000, 944 Cortney Drive, Carpentersville, 60110; sold by Russell Bodenhamer et al, to Marek and Teresa Wawro.

$136,000, 1513 Meadowsedge Lane, Carpentersville, 60110; sold by Oak Brook Bank to Patricia Sheridan.

$128,000, 1463 Meadowsedge Lane, Carpentersville, 60110; sold by Oak Brook Bank to Barbara Wieda.

$125,000, 7344 Grandview Court, Carpentersville, 60110; sold by Kimball Hill to Carol Ehorn.

$117,000, 1521 Meadowsedge Lane, Carpentersville, 60110; sold by Oak Brook Bank to Steven Pawlak.

$116,000, 303 N. Green St., Carpentersville, 60110; sold by Robert Janes et al, to Prentice McGhee.

$105,000, 1954 Briston Circle, Carpentersville, 60110; sold by Howard Saunders et al, to Ronald Talavera.

$98,000, 622 Westwind, Carpentersville, 60110; sold by Miguel Sanchez to David and Marcos Rodriguez.

$94,000, 728 Jackson Ave., Carpentersville, 60110; sold by Robert Sheetz et al, to Juan Alvarado and Rosabel Marquez.

$94,000, 1015 Tacoma, Carpentersville, 60110; sold by Joel Jordan to Russell Parker and Elizabeth Ipsen.

$89,000, 30 Golfview Lane, Carpentersville, 60110; sold by John Young et al, to Jose and Maria Vargas.

$89,000, 232 Harrison St., Carpentersville, 60110; sold by Michael Albach et al, to Baldemar and Elfego Abarca and Lidia Solano.

$86,000, 826 Monroe, Carpentersville, 60110; sold by Juan Juarez et al, to Nestor and Valentin Ruiz. …

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