The Norman Transcript


March 14, 2010

County real estate

Norman — Real estate sales of $100,000 and above, as recorded by the office of Cleveland County Clerk, Tammy Howard.

March 1-5

Lot 6, Block 26, Stone Meadows Estate, $139,000. Buyer, Joshua Braswell. Seller, Branden and Jennifer Barrett.

Lot 12, Block 12, Meadow Lake, $117,000. Buyer, Charlie Gann. Seller, Frank and Brenda Sullivan.

Lot 1, Block 1, Malthaner, $130,000. Buyer, ENRG I Inc. Seller, DHS I Inc.

Lot 9, Block 24, Westmoor, $107,000. Buyer, Timothy Graf. Seller, U.S. Bank NA.

Lot 3, Block 4, Stonegate Manor, $155,000. Buyer, Prudential Relocation Inc. Seller, Michael and Molly Henderson.

Lot 3, Block 4, Stonegate Manor, $155,000. Buyer, Brandon and Darlene Moss. Seller, Prudential Relocation Inc.

Lot 12, Block 1, Amber Ridge, $131,500. Buyer, Rebecca Murray. Seller, Steven and Hayley Bales.

Lot 3, Block 1, Draper Lake Estates, $120,000. Buyer, Maichael and Rachel Lasseter. Seller, Junction Properties LLC.

Lot 3, Block 13, Stone Meadows Estates, $140,000. Buyer, Phillips Wesley. Seller, Kevin and Latisha Jaworsky.

Lot 2, Block 2, Sutton Place, $152,000. Buyer, Christa Linihan. Seller, Bryce and Lilly Ferrell.

Lot 10, Block 3, Sonoma Park, $130,000. Buyer, Virginia Cook. Seller, Pamela McGregor.

Lot 6, Block 10, Talavera, $195,900. Buyer, Robert Winstend. Seller, Todd and Cara Kenmore.

Lot 4, Block 1, Cambridge, $141,900. Buyer, Scott Hammerstedt and Jessica Burgett. Seller, Timothy and Mindy Kenney.

Lot 3, Block 2, Brookhaven, $350,000. Buyer, Matthew and Stephanie Porter. Seller, Teresa Craig and Benjamin Odom.

Lot 21, Block 1, Cambridge, $225,000. Buyer, John and Leesa Norvell. Seller, Matthew and Stephanie Porter.

Lot 33, Block 2, Rock Creek Polo Club, $125,000. Buyer, Andrew Bloomgarden. Seller, Joseph and Amy Pempin.

Lot 8, Block 2, Peters Estates, $109,900. Buyer, Paul Vass. Seller, Virginia Crook.

Lot 6, Block 20, Winfield II, $124,900. Buyer, Travis and Christina Foster. Seller, Daniel and Leanne May.

Lot 2, Block 2, Brookhaven, $300,000. Buyer, Timothy and Mindy Kenney. Seller, Amir Farzaneh.

Lot 24, Block 6, Cross Timbers, $115,000. Buyer, Rebecca Buie. Seller, Justin Smith.

Lot 27, Block 2, Summit Lakes, $223,000. Buyer, William Boni and Belinda Biscoe. Seller, Edward and Christine Wiese.

Lot 9, Block 15, Shadowlake Village, $104,900. Buyer, Rory Dollar. Seller, James McCulley.

Lot 59, Block 3, Gabriels Crossing, $145,900. Buyer, Jack Hale. Seller, Gabriel and Jennifer Ellingsen.

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