Two Metro Home Sales Exceed $150,000 Price Tag

By Covert, Chris | THE JOURNAL RECORD, March 18, 1988 | Go to article overview

Two Metro Home Sales Exceed $150,000 Price Tag


Covert, Chris, THE JOURNAL RECORD


Mr. and Mrs. Charles Humble have purchased a home at 8113 Sunkist Ln. in the Brownsville addition in Bethany.

The seller was Local Federal Savings and Loan Association.

The brick home has four bedrooms, two baths and a fireplace in its 4,500 square feet. It was built in 1984.

Revenue stamps indicate a $199,500 sale price.

Charles Humble is City of Bethany Municipal Court Judge.

- Gregory and Leigh Smith have purchased a home at 6017 Muirefield Dr. in the Oak Tree addition in Oklahoma City.

The sellers were Steve and Merrilee Braley.

The brick home was built in 1983. It has three bedrooms and 2 1/2 baths in its 2,900 square feet. The home also includes a box window, a 400-square-foot patio and a fireplace.

Revenue stamps indicate a $161,000 sale price.

- Lonnie Huff and Linda Vines have purchased a home at 2309 Chisolm Trail Dr. in the Trails addition in Edmond.

The sellers were Roger and Penny Jack.

The two-story, brick home was built in 1973. It has five bedrooms, two baths and a fireplace in its 2,500 square feet. The home also has a 560-square-foot screened porch.

Revenue stamps indicate a $125,000 sale price.

- Frank and Judy Davis have purchased a home at 7223 Summit Dr. in the Summit Place I addition in Oklahoma City.

The sellers were John and Deanna Larzalere.

The home, built in 1982, has four bedrooms and three baths. The 3,300-square-foot home also has two living and two dining areas, and a fireplace.

Revenue stamps indicate a $115,000 sale price.

- Reginald and Ann Guess have purchased a home at 7312 NW 114th St. in the Warwick Place addition in Oklahoma City.

The seller was Compton Construction Co. …

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