Major Weekly Land Purchases

THE JOURNAL RECORD, May 27, 1994 | Go to article overview

Major Weekly Land Purchases


These are the major Oklahoma County land transactions filed this week with County Clerk John J. Garvey: Transactions of $2 Million or More

Edmond Crossing Limited Partnership purchased property 838 feet west of N. Eastern Ave. on the south side of NE 150th St. from Equity Holding Co. for $2,700,000. Transactions of $1 Million or More

Equity Holding Co. purchased property at 3721 S. Boulevard, Edmond, from Norman Wynn Vandergriff, trustee of the Norma Wynn Vandergriff Trust; Vander Mark and Mary Katherine Wynn; and Neal Clark and Hannah Ross Wynn for $1,748,500.

REP Southeast General Partnership purchased property at 2900 N. Oklahoma Ave., Barrows Second Addition, from NewMarket Media Corp. for $1,071,500. Transactions of $500,000 or More

Gerald E. Durbin II purchased property at 6641 Avondale Dr., Nichols Hills Addition, from Carole J. Drake for $585,000. Transactions of $300,000 or More

KMO Development Group Inc. purchased property on the northeast corner of NW 23rd St. and N. MacArthur Blvd. from Bank of Oklahoma NA for $360,000.

WAIP Limited Liability Co. purchased property at 5701 E. Interstate 240 Service Rd. from Liberty Bank and Trust Co. of Oklahoma City NA for $350,000.

Chris V. and Myrna M. Speligene purchased property at 1649 Queenstown Rd., Nichols Hills, from James E. and Rebecca T. Myhre for $309,000. Transactions of $200,000 or More

James L. and Linda J. Crossen purchased property at 8009 NW 129th Circle, Cobblestone Park Section 1, from Earl Austin Construction Co. for $283,500.

Ted J. and Margaret Ann Latour purchased property at 8301 N. Westminister from Billie Jack Farms Inc. for $265,000.

Richard A. and Susan M. Dimick purchased property at 12720 Oakdale View, Oakdale Farm II, from T.F. and Betty P. Baze for $240,000.

Kim Alan Swiggart purchased property at 1017 Prospect Court, Olde Towne IV, Edmond, from C C Vorderlandwehr Inc. for $236,500.

Camisa J. Stewart purchased property at 6228 Cypress Grove, Blue Stem Lake Section Seven, from Franklin B. and Jeanne K. Balke for $222,000.

John A. and Bliss A. Morris purchased property at 3241 Brush Creek Rd., Quail Creek, from Gary L. and Kathy A. Morrissey for $218,000.

Gary D. Bond purchased property at 1600 Two Bridge Dr., The Oaks 2nd Addition, from Earl Austin Construction Co. for $212,500.

T. Ray Phillips III, trustee of 63rd Street Revocable Trust, purchased property at 4100 Coletta Dr., Unit I Bronzegate Condominium, from Carol and Lloyd D. Allen for $208,000.

Loc Le purchased property at the northwest corner of SE 15th St. and Air Depot Blvd., Bill Atkinson's Ranchets Addition, Midwest City, from TCI Realty Investments Co. for $200,000. Transactions of $100,000 or More

Larry J. and Michele B. Holmes purchased property at 2 Bradbury Dr., Bradbury Corner First Addition, Edmond, from Merle Porter Construction Inc. for $187,000.

Timothy Edwin and Jo Ann Nerger purchased property at 6909 Sandlewood Dr., River Bend Estates Section 3, from J.W. Mashburn Development Inc. for $187,000.

Mark S. and Sherry L. Elliott purchased property at 11523 Country Lane, Midwest City, from North Star Exploration Co. for $185,000.

Nicholas E. and Crystal L. Harris purchased property at 16 Eaton Place, The Village on Clayton Pond First Addition, Edmond, from Harlen Core Construction Co. for $185,000.

Leslie J. and Karen K. Hoven purchased property at 13029 Green Valley Dr., The Greens, from Dorothy J. Douglas for $175,500.

Gary W. and Susan A. Brown purchased property at 7008 Basswood Canyon Rd., Briarcreek, from Emmanuel N. and Aurora Del Corro Macaraeg, co-trustees of the Aurora Del Corro Macaraeg Revocable Trust, for $175,000.

James H. Luby purchased property at 6510 Lenox Ave., Mayfair Park Section of Nichols Hills, from Lynn P.

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