[1] Real Estate Transfers

Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL), December 29, 1998 | Go to article overview

[1] Real Estate Transfers


The following real estate transfers were recorded Oct. 26-30.

Barrington

$410,000, 355 Old Mill Road, Barrington; William and Marlaine Sternchak to Bruce and Pamela Williamson.

$398,000, 24444 Middlefork, Barrington, 60010; Charles Haigh to Larry Garascia.

$395,000, 1017 Prairie Ave., Barrington; Diane Thompson to Robert Krusinski.

$355,000, 26060 Cuba Road, Barrington, 60010; Dennis Harnisch et al, to Thomas and Debra Dreiling.

$256,000, 452 W. Oakwood Drive, Barrington, 60010; John Trautwein et al, to David and Michelle Trautwein.

$232,000, 311 W. Station St., Barrington; Donald Lewis to Jeffrey Clark.

$223,000, 302 Garrison Circle, Barrington, 60010; Riverwalk Ltd. to Patrick and Karen McGuire.

$221,500, 4990 Dukesberry Lane, Barrington; Lucille Jakubik to David and Sandy Boelter.

$213,500, 164 S. Ela Road, Barrington; George and Diane Clauser to Tammy Karczewski.

$178,000, 131 Waterview Court, Barrington, 60010; Kathleen Goetsch to James Wright.

$93,000, 560 Shorely No. 203, Barrington, 60010; Carol Slipper to Michael Kuehn.

Bartlett

$324,000, 1431 Eastgate, Bartlett, 60103; Dartmoor Woodland to Christopher and Susan Jahntz.

$264,104, 214 Dallas Drive, Bartlett; Centex Homes to Henry Rolowicz Jr. and Jean Augustine.

$264,000, 1128 Ascot Wat, Bartlett, 60103; Richard Auxer et al, to Mark and M. Eileen Funk.

$248,000, 678 Heather Lane, Bartlett, 60103; David Wilkins et al, to Marcus and Helen Kimbrough.

$235,000, 222 Sangamon, Bartlett, 60103; Sony Hoe et al, to Jeffrey and Michelle Platt.

$227,855, 167 Dallas Drive, Bartlett; Centex Homes to Won and Hae Jung Kim.

$211,000, 657 Dogleg, Bartlett; Joseph Janoski to Gary Hansen.

$200,838, 2073 Providence Drive, Bartlett; Centex Homes to Michael and Tamara Dominick.

$200,000, 1170 Lexington Drive, Bartlett, 60103; D. Arcie Goble to Walter and Nancy Magiera.

$183,000, 654 Dogleg Lane, Bartlett; Gerald and Vickie Moultry to Joe and Doris McCluskey.

$159,000, 888 Bryn Mawr, Bartlett, 60103; Alvin Rautbort to Patrick and Sulmira Clarke.

$155,000, 1223 Rose Court, Bartlett, 60103; Mark Funk et al, to Michael and Dawn Horn.

$152,000, 1720-2 Fairfax Circle W, Bartlett, 60103; Isadore Mele to Eun and Kyung Kim.

$139,000, 438 Cromwell Circle No. 15, Bartlett, 60103; Norma Means to James and Susan Peterson.

$138,000, 434 Cromwell No. 15, Bartlett, 60103; American National Bank to Beverly Johansen.

$137,500, 1553 Spaulding Unit 4, Bartlett; Jack Willner to Andrea Macos.

$137,500, 1711 Spaulding Unit 585, Bartlett; Eric and Susan Grundke to Richard Rosario and Krista Yount.

$86,000, 638 Harbor Terrace, Bartlett, 60103; Richard Camodeca et al, to Jeffrey Turner.

$83,000, 39 Wilmington Drive Unit 201D, Bartlett; Ronald and Susann Schrader to Brent and Ken Hackl.

$75,000, 335 Donna Court Unit B, Bartlett; Ralph Lobodzinski to Raymond Lualhati.

Carpentersville

$127,000, 1407 Meadowsedge Lane, Carpentersville, 60110; Oak Brook Bank to Mark Davids.

$115,000, 1465 Meadowsedge, Carpentersville, 60110; Oak Brook Bank to Frances Gast.

$112,000, 124 Madera Circle, Carpentersville, 60110; Jesus Rivera et al, to Luis and Lorena Villagomez.

$95,000, 16 Austin Ave., Carpentersville, 60110; Donald Merow et al, to Cecil and Judy Beningfield.

East Dundee

$147,000, 201 King William St., East Dundee, 60118; Thomas Hubley et al, to Jim and Tracy White.

Elgin

$699,000, 10N701 Newport Court, Elgin, 60123; Edward Klein et al, to Timothy and Jennifer Colby.

$575,000, 10N568 Williamsburg Drive, Elgin, 60123; Craig Junod et al, to Nick and Frances Garris.

$220,000, 1010 Fieldstone Court, Elgin; Nancy Vlasaty to Daniel and Janette Alexander. …

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