The Norman Transcript


August 29, 2010

County real estate

NORMAN — The following real estate transactions of $100,000 or more were filed Aug. 16-20 at the Cleveland County Clerk's office:

Lot 10, Block 3, Carrington Place, $505,840. Buyer, Jeannie and Rand Baker Revocable Trust. Seller, Landmark Fine Homes LP.

Lot 44, Block 7, Creeks at Wimberley, $195,000. Buyer, Matthew and Amy Miller. Seller, Bennett Homes LLC.

Lot 11b, Block 1, Highland Village, $256,887. Buyer, Benjamin and Jessica Sorrels. Seller, Sheridan LLC.

Lot 1, Block 7, Hetherington Heights, $131,000. Buyer, Jason Cady. Seller, John and Sherri Lungren.

Lots 2 and 10, Block 17 and Lots 6 and 7, Block 19, Lake Woods, $108,000. Buyer, Bennett Homes LLC. Seller, Woods Enterprise LLC.

Lot 21, Block 3, Brookwood Village, $205,000. Buyer, Angela Williams. Seller, Gavin and Janet Rowlands.

Lot 19, Block 1, Creeks at Wimberley, $234,900. Buyer, Jerome and Frances Crawford. Seller, Da Vinci Enterprises Inc.

Lot 10, Block 1, Meadowlake Farms, $229,100. Buyer, Deanna Elias. Seller, JR Bowers Jr. Construction Co.

Lot 3, Block 11, Meadow Run, $183,850. Buyer, Brandon and Christina Moralez. Seller, Marquis Homes Inc.

Lot 20, Block 1, Tecumseh Meadows, $142,650. Buyer, Gerrod Chadwell. Seller, Green Hill Builders LLC.

Lot 9, Block 1, Crystal Heights, $107,500. Buyer, Rebecca Hernandez. Seller, Brenton and Tammy Porter.

Lot 10, Block 26, Westmoor, $105,000. Buyer, Robert C. Wells DDS. Seller, Deutsche Bank National Trust Co.

Lot 24, Block 6, The Falls, $200,000. Buyer, Jeanie Ngo. Seller, Vintage Custom Homes LLC.

Lot 2, Block 9, Woodslawn, $108,000. Buyer, Jay Wilkinson. Seller, Rob and Rachel Mason.

Lot 1, Block 3, Eagle Cliff, $163,500. Buyer, Farah and Hamid Fakhari. Seller, Mohr Construction LLC.

Lot 9, Block 1, Blue Ridge Acres, $490,000. Buyer, Joy Brown. Seller, Donald and Linda Darling.

Lot 18, Block 19, Briarwood Creek, $123,500. Buyer, Robbie and Teresa Robinson. Seller, Cleveland County Sheriff.

Lot 3, Block 3, Rock Creek, $267,782.50. Buyer, David and Monteil Sample. Seller, Mashburn Faires Homes LLC.

Lot 6, Block 3, Brandywine, $175,000. Buyer, Nathaniel and Jessica Estrada. Seller, Daniel and Yadira Cano.

Lot 3, Block 14, Brookwood Village, $125,500. Buyer, Britt Massey. Seller, Phillip and Sara Ruth.

Lot 4, Block 1, Shroyer Green Valley Estates, $135,000. Buyer, Brandon Kutz. Seller, Lance and Kristi Murray.

Lots 12 and 13, Block 2, Larshs, $179,000. Buyer, DMD Prime Ventures LLC. Seller, Robert and Patricia Sine.

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