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Recent Home and Property Sales Addison Aurora Bloomingdale Carol Stream Glen Ellyn Glendale Heights Lisle Lombard Naperville Oak Brook Roselle Villa Park Warrenville West Chicago Wheaton Wood Dale


For a full list of property sales, visit www.dailyherald.com.

$302,500; 646 W. Diversey Ave.; Sold Feb. 23 by Ramona Herrera to Richard J. Potrue.

$202,000; 605 W. Georgian Court; Sold Feb. 22 by Fannie Mae to Elizabeth A. Peterson.

$200,000; 4N071 Robbie Lane; Sold Feb. 18 by James R. Taylor to Abdul Wasay Ahmed and Muneer Aliuddin.

$417,000; 2787 Charter Oak Drive; Sold Feb. 14 by Michael P. Adams to Daron E. and Kelly A. Olmsted.

$301,000; 1178 Barkston Court; Sold Feb. 10 by Cambridge Homes Inc. to Harold F. and Juliana R. Hatcher.

$300,000; 1249 Dunbarton Drive; Sold Feb. 23 by Ganesh Nagarajan to Yi Qiao Zheng and Chun Yan Wei.

$272,000; 2326 Brookside Lane; Sold Feb. 22 by Donald Hinman to Jan Marie Woods.

$268,000; 506 Grosvenor Lane; Sold Feb. 23 by M I Homes of Chicago to Laxmi K. Buthalapalli.

$244,500; 525 Plaza Place; Sold Feb. 23 by M I Homes of Chicago to Nicole L. Williams and Robert A. Beach.

$241,000; 2484 Autumn Grove Circle; Sold Feb. 15 by Mark Ihimoyan to Chukwuma and Amuche Akpuokwe.

$213,000; 405 Cimarron Drive E.; Sold Feb. 17 by Richard W. Ofellers to David and Rebecca Barron.

$182,000; 219 S. Glenwood Place; Sold Feb. 15 by Abby Westrom to Alma E. Zambrano.

$160,000; 645 N. View St.; Sold Feb. 14 by James A. Kunitzer to Mehdi D. and Roya Hosseini.

$133,000; 3291 Andover Drive; Sold Feb. 15 by REO to Rachhpal Singh Bajwa and Sukhjinder Bajwa.

$447,500; 156 Paxton Road; Sold Feb. 15 by Toll Il III LP to David H. and Debbie J. Vinton Meier.

$450,000; 1N401 Chapel Hill Court; Sold Feb. 16 by Ten Talents Inc. to MT Nugent Construction Ltd.

$335,000; 1N179 Papworth St.; Sold Feb. 23 by William J. Berecz to Michael and Stacy L. Erickson Zale.

$575,000; 498 Hillside Ave.; Sold Feb. 23 by DuPage County Medical Society to Shoub Properties LLC.

$401,000; 680 Crescent Blvd.; Sold Feb. 22 by HSBC Bank USA Trustee to Thomas and Jean Whalls.

$346,000; 22W420 McCarron Road; Sold Feb. 18 by Wells Fargo Bank Trustee to Neyko Nenov and Malinka G. Nenova.

$310,000; 503 Turner Ave.; Sold Feb. 23 by Todd William Citro to Douglas K. and Jennifer L. Bradbury.

$248,500; 594 Coolidge Ave.; Sold Feb. 18 by Stephen C. Price to Matthew R. Belter.

$224,500; 20 Dennison Drive; Sold Feb. 22 by Kenneth Jason Miller to Craig M. and Rachel E. Penn.

$180,000; 1846 Gregory Ave.; Sold Feb. 18 by TCF National Bank to Dilipkumar V. and Daya D. Bhimani.

$175,000; 1721 Schubert Court; Sold Feb. 16 by Shane R. Titsworth to James A. Williams.

$165,000; 374 Loveland Drive; Sold Feb. 22 by Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp. to Farhan Ahmed.

$380,000; 2005 Ohio St.; Sold Feb. 18 by DG Enterprises to Nathan C. Lewis and Alicia S. Shubrook.

$174,500; 808 Bush St.; Sold Feb. 16 by Shou Lin Lipschultz to Shou Lin Lipschultz and John Lipschultz.

$169,000; 5828 Lenox Road; Sold Feb. 23 by Deutsche Bank National Trust Co. Trustee to Dainius Bosas.

$348,000; 525 W. Maple St.; Sold Feb. 17 by Robert G. Carter Jr. to Michael J. Schmitt.

$330,000; 668 N. Craig Place; Sold Feb. 23 by Michael D. Adams to David M. and Linda Bischman.

$290,000; 61 N. Elizabeth St.; Sold Feb. 23 by Steven M. De Boer to Alexander J. and Karen M. Aschoff.

$259,000; 614 Arthur Drive; Sold Feb. 15 by Dennis W. Loftus to Brian Lyons.

$246,000; 90 W.18th St.; Sold Feb. 23 by David M. …

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