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February 15, 2010

County real estate

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

Feb. 8-12

Lot 7, Block 5, Briarwood Creek, $165,000. Buyer, Jason and Lorie Wenger. Seller, Scott and Dawn Hubbard.

Lots 22, 23, 24, Block 1, Ross Addition, $100,000. Buyer, Ada Sewell and Larson Sewell. Seller, Charles and Kathryn Woltz.

Lot 8, Block 12, Westport Professional Park, $248,000. Buyer, KC Development LLC. Seller, Westport Properties LLC.

Lot 2, Block 1, Tecumseh Ridge, $143,200. Buyer, Corey Farmer. Seller, Junction Properties LLC.

Lot 2, Block 6, East Ridge, $184,000. Buyer, Norman Affordable Housing Corp. Sellers, Marvin and Beverly Kelley, Krystal Kelley and Camille Kelley.

Lot 1, Block 4, Apple Valley, $140,000. Buyer, Eugene and Donna Cash Revocable Trust. Seller, Colony Homes LLC.

Lot 7, Block 2, Northridge Industrial Park, $131,000. Buyer, Jerry and Donna Evers. Seller, JPL Construction LLC.

Lot 9, Block 3, Town and Country Estates, $129,000. Buyer, Mario Rosas. Seller, Linda Lankister II LLC.

Lot 8, Block 1, Castlerock, $194,700. Buyer, Michael and Elizabeth Morehead. Seller, Jay and Lee Ann Kennedy.

Lot 20, Block 5, Colonial Estates South, $132,500. Buyer, James Carson. Seller, Stephanie Corkins and Christopher Hartman.

Lot 24, Block 2, Summit Valley, $181,900. Buyer, Robert and Deanna Maldonado. Seller, Bradley Dove.

Lot 8, Block 3, Carrington Place, $207,500. Buyer, Stephen and Angela Koranda. Seller, Julie Foreman and Robert Ditusa.

Lot 21, Block 2, Lydicks, $103,000. Buyer, Timothy Broberg. Seller, Charles Black.

Lot 9, Block 2, Summit Valley, $230,000. Buyer, David and Belinda Rieger. Seller, J. Mertens Construction Inc.

Lot 13, Block 12, Talavera, $186,697. Buyer, John P. O'Neal Living Trust. Seller, Harbor Homes Inc.

Lot 17, Block 1, Renaissance Crossing, $148,000. Buyer, Linda Harmon. Seller, MBA Custom Homes Inc.

Lot 16, Block 18, The Legacy, $234,500. Buyer, Jon and Stephanie Clowdus. Seller, John Harper.

Lot 4, Block 2, Brandywine, $117,000. Buyer, Nicholas Casey and Kristal Gutierrez. Seller, Ellen Walker.

Lot 23, Block 12, Newmoor, $129,900. Buyer, Charles and Regeania Hudson. Seller, James King.

Lots 16 and 17, Block 5, Broadmoor, $109,900. Buyer, Eddie Wicker. Seller, Bruce and Kristi Hinkston.

Lot 29, Block 20, Stone Meadows, $141,750. Buyer, Karen Roberts. Seller, Jon and Stephanie Clowdus.

Lot 8, Block 5, Vintage Farms, $273,444.27. Buyer, Erick Johnson. Seller, TLP Custom Homes LLC.

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