Real Estate Transfers

Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL), September 22, 1996 | Go to article overview

Real Estate Transfers


Property transfers listed in area communities for the period of June 20 through 28, 1996, as released by the DuPage County Assessor's Office. The transfers are listed by community with sale price, address, seller, buyer and date recorded.

BLOOMINGDALE

$339,000, 350 Carey Court, State Bank of Countryside, trustee, to Dan Kurtz, June 27.

$196,685, 304 Wentworth Circle, Hoffman Homes, Inc., to Philip L. and Tammy L. Patrone, June 24.

$139,800, 259 Bedford Lane, Robert and Geraldine Kwiatkowski to Allan Hultgren, June 20.

ITASCA

$232,000, 706 N. Maple, Sandra G. Doyle to James R. McCann, June 24.

ROSELLE

$181,000, 452 Harvest Lane, Alan Schnider to Girija Karunamurthy, June 28.

$139,285, 1625 Mansfield Court, Pasquinelli, Inc., to Lynn A. Fachet, June 24.

$120,000, 471 Glenmore Place, Karen A. Daniel to Stephan A. and Angie E. Nink, June 26.

WOOD DALE

$160,000, 135 E. Windsor, Raul and Ernestina Crespo to Miguel and Luz M. Nuno, June 24.

$115,539, 190 Wood Dale Road, No. 1108, Heidi, Heinz and Hannelore Bauer to Johanna W. Krizanovic, June 25.

AURORA (DuPage County)

$325,000, 1600 Harris Drive, DMG Investments to Darrell L. and Joyce Miller, June 20.

$264,000, 659 Brooklyn Drive, Traditions, Inc., to Michael and Betsy Utterback, June 28.

$234,074, 677 Clarendon Lane, Gladstone Builders to Gary and Maribeth Yerks, June 27.

$190,753, 3270 Haverhill Drive, American National Bank, trustee, to Jesus and Teresa Urbina, June 27.

$190,474, 3230 Haverhill Drive, American National Bank, trustee, to Kenneth C. and Bao Y. Pang, June 21.

$146,000, 3146 Diane Drive, Chandra and Shobha Shekhar to Jerome Jackson, June 27.

$135,000, 2405 Blue Spruce Lane, Richard and Jean Contino to Jonathan and Tanya Provost, June 25.

$133,000, 2355 Blue Spruce Lane, William and Gail Yanisch to Neal and Denise Leatherman, June 26.

$130,000, 3104 Quincy Drive, Michael J. Utterback to Kenneth R. Boltz, June 27.

$123,000, 3125 Winchester Court, Thomas A. Wood to Michael A. Maendler, June 24.

$119,600, 2874 Shelly Lane, First Bank and Trust, trustee, to Michael M. and Maria M. Cox, June 21.

$111,420, 120 Creston Circle, Montalbano Builders to William R. and Kathleen S. Cassian, June 27.

$107,305, 130 Creston Circle, Montalbano Builders to Ramona Wood, June 28.

$88,646, 126 Creston Circle, Montalbano Builders to C. W. Stiles, June 27.

$70,000, 1602 Jeanel Lane, Jeffrey S. Keller to Ronald J. and Tamara L. Koval, June 27.

$64,000, 1602 Jeanel Lane, W.A.L. Associates, Ltd., to Jeffrey S. Keller, June 26.

CAROL STREAM

$245,000, 688 Chestnut Drive, Mark and Denise M. Eichler to Frank V. and Sandra M. Deiber, June 24.

$194,900, 511 W. Aurora Ave., No. 404, RiverPlace Venture Limited Partnership to Mason W. and Janet I. Hallett, June 24.

$175,500, 1158 Plymouth Court, Davor and Deborah V. Novosel to Bryan and Jessica Erickson, June 25.

$163,000, 1112 Pheasant Trail, Michael and Cathy McGarry to Richard and Nancy Garza, June 20.

$150,000, 1320 Spring Valley Drive, Kathy Palladino to BCGS UC, % Security National, June 21.

$137,000, 622 Tahoe Court, John Duckworth to Lea Cummuta, June 27.

$132,000, 542 Aztec Drive, Michael D. Friese to Scott A. and Gail A. Findlay, June 25.

$118,500, 1379 Big Horn Trail, Scott A. and Gail A. Findlay to Denise A. Betzold, June 25.

$111,000, 1385 Big Horn, Frank V. Deiber to John Anzalone, June 20.

$77,250, 726 Gary Ave., No. 209, Thomas and Susan Tarolla to Peter Lewandowski, June 24.

GLENDALE HEIGHTS

$165,000, 179 Fullerton, Jill Adkins to Fazle A. and Afifa F. Sajanlal, June 24.

$139,000, 164 W. Altgeld, Douglas E.

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