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Over 40 properties valued at just over $8 million sold between Oct. 13 through Oct. 17, according to the Racine County Property Transfers list.

Akil Ajmeri, who owns Ayra’s gas station and Subway located at 1130 Washington Ave. in Racine, sold the property for $1.5 million. He initially paid $1.2 million to construct the buildings, which opened in January.

Editor’s note: Ajmeri is an advertiser on the Racine County Eye.

Burlington
156 W. Chandler Blvd. $60,000.00
32616 Yahnke Rd. $72,000.00
33605 S. Lakeshore Dr. $151,000.00
216 Ridgeview Dr. $169,500.00
Caledonia
8549 Vista Dr. $54,334.00
7534 Linwood Rd. $105,000.00
2917 Green Tree Ln. $140,000.00
4750 Ruby Ave. $159,900.00
9106 Prairie Crossing Dr. $207,000.00
3952 Scenic Way $217,500.00
4601 Bannoch Dr. $221,400.00
4624 Bannoch Dr. $222,900.00
4545 Bannoch Dr. $224,900.00
3320 Fenceline Rd. $230,000.00
6244 Charles St. $233,000.00
Mount Pleasant
3225 Vera Ct. $78,500.00
2540 Markridge Dr. $139,600.00
4723 Spring St. $161,000.00
2115 Grand Prix Dr. $170,000.00
827 S. Fancher Rd. $172,700.00
6524 Biscayne Ave. $182,900.00
Racine
1939 Taylor Ave. $30,000.00
1634 Grove Ave. $38,000.00
600 Indiana St. $52,000.00
1301 Arthur Ave. $54,000.00
2403 Grove Ave. $59,900.00
5402 Westmore Dr. $65,000.00
3328 Wright Ave. $80,800.00
700 Crab Tree Ln. $135,000.00
209 Howland Ave. $140,000.00
214 Wolff St. $152,000.00
4509 Westway Ave. $172,500.00
1130 Washington Ave. $1,500,000.00
Rochester
29348 Eagle Ridge Dr. $269,000.00
Sturtevant
8609 Majestic Hills Dr. $30,000.00
Union Grove
916 Park Circle $157,000.00
Waterford
407 Fox River Hills Dr. $170,000.00
3235 Honey Creek Rd. $230,100.00
825 Mohr Ave. $710,000.00
Wind Point
15 Applewood Ct. $395,000.00
Yorkville
5229 Crystal Ln. $234,000.00

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Denise Lockwood has an extensive background in traditional and non-traditional media. She has written for Patch.com, the Milwaukee Business Journal, Milwaukee Magazine and the Kenosha News.