Real Estate Transfers

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

Real Estate Transfers


Recent property transfers from around the Fox Valley:

Algonquin

$377,500, 3 Bedford Court, Kennedy Group Limited Partnership to Robert L. Schwab.

$295,749, 1450 White Chapel Lane, Willooughby Farms New Dimensions Limited Partnership to William D. and Cindy A. Scorpio.

$294,583, 8 White Chapel Lane, Kimball Hills, Inc., to Joseph T.F. and Dawn Dyer.

$294,113, 1295 Stonegate Road, Legacy Fine Custom Homes, Inc., to Howard David Liles.

$265,855, 1550 Wynnfield Drive, seller's name unrecorded to Robert L. and Luigene N. Christian, Sept. 29.

$238,814, 1361 Nottinghill Road, Willoughby Farms New Dimensions Limited Partnership to Carl M. and Elizabeth N. Hust.

$232,234, 1850 Ridgefield Drive, Willoughby Farms New Dimensions Limited Partnership to Earl Benjamin and Lisa R. Buttolph.

$229,277, 7 Bloomsbury Court, Kimball Hills, Inc., to James S. Meredith Innes.

$221,396, 1 Bloomsbury Court, Willoughby Farms New Dimensions Limited Partnership to Keith A. and Joyce R. Sharlog.

$186,940, 225 Lake Drive South, Pulte Home Corporation to Patrick and Christine O'Connor.

$184,240, 1163 Sawmill Lane, Pulte Home Corporation to Alan R. Klemm and Catherine M. Pozzie.

$163,690, 1149 Sawmill Lane, Pulte Home Corporation to Jiang Yu and Lijun Zhou.

$136,946, 1143 Sawmill Lane, Pulte Home Corporation to Ted Trzcinski.

$135,200, 525 Eagle Ridge Lane, Daniel L. and Tamara L. Stojanovski to Lester J. Rebbeck.

$132,075, 28 Cloverdale Court, Willoughby Farms New Dimensions Limited Partnership to Olga Yamriska.

$131,972, 1403 Grandview Court, Maywood Proviso State Bank to Anne M. and Steven J. Jangovic.

$130,315, 2301 Dawson Lane, Pulte Home Corporation to Brian and Lori Pickering.

$127,890, 2289 Dawson Lane, Pulte Home Corporation to Robert Spreitzer.

$126,000, 3308 Alethea Drive, First National Bank of Northbrook to Alice Massie.

$126,000, 2297 Dawwon Road, Pulte Home Corporation to Brad Smiley.

$124,190, 2281 Dawson Lane, Pulte Home Corporation to Michael D. Szczesny and Mary Lee Russell.

$116,440, 2309 Dawson Lane, Pulte Home Corporation to Sally Edwards.

$116,190, 2287 Dawson Lane, Pule Home Corporation to Wendi A. Wade and Keith McClellan.

$105,596, 18 Waverly Court, Willoughby Farms New Dimensions Limited Partnership to Greg and Karoline A. Petrovich.

$75,000, 1295 Stonegate Road, Sentry Construction, Inc., to Legacy Fine Custom Homes, Inc.

$36,000, Lots 8-11, Menoma Trail, Linda M. Dahlberg to Albert J. Negri, Jr.

Barrington Hills

$730,000, 7 Moate Lane, Capital Bank and Trust to William E. and Mariann Spencer.

$200,000, 25 Oak Street, Ronald L. and Virginia P. Leonard to Ralph N. and Ruth C. Klein.

$120,000, 136 West Park Drive, Ethel A. Spratt to Henry W. Burrill.

Carpentersville

$176,325, 1302 York Drive, Kennedy Group Limited Partnership to Vladimir Diatlov.

$136,000, 949 Courtney Drive, Shawn D. Larson to Douglas R. Krieser.

$121,000, 1415 Windsor Circle, Tom Howard and Sandra J. Olsen to Stuart Nelson, Dec. 13.

$100,000, 16 Robin Road, Roberto M. and Maria T. Gomez to Julia Whitehurst and Charles Stokes, Nov. 21.

$100,000, 8 Thrush, Edith J., Brian R., and Mara L. Baer to Frederick M. Olsen.

$95,000, 519 Tyler Drive, Ramon Padilla and Juan Luis Barbora to Telesforo and Celestino Conteras.

$91,000, Lot 14, Oak Knoll Road, Suburban Bank of Barrington to Randy and Kimberly Ann Roggensack.

$89,500, 131 Ensenada Drive, William F. and Christine A. Youngs to David J. and Patricia R. Farquhar, Nov. 27.

$87,800, 203 Tee Lane, Sandra J. Duda Humphrey to Troy E. and Diane C. Poplin.

$86,000, 145 Birch, Key Investments, Inc., to Robert G. Webster.

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