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In Racine County, 26 properties sold between Feb. 3 through Feb. 7.

In Racine, the BP gas station, 3945 Erie St. sold for $450,000. In Waterford, a home sold for $398,000. And a lot in Burlington sold for $23,000.

Check out what else sold:

1441 Devon Rd. $23,000.00
3412 Ivy Ln. $100,500.00
2630 Stonebridge Dr. $140,000.00
Mount Pleasant
8048 Russell Ct. $97,500.00
27103 Ora Dr. $220,000.00
26175 S. Wind Lake Rd. $82,500.00
6823 E. Wind Lake Rd. $370,000.00
1717 Chatham St. $45,000.00
2917 Concord Dr. $125,600.00
3945 Erie St. $450,000.00
2017 Taylor Ave. $95,000.00
2801 Ruby Ave. $120,100.00
3670 La Salle St. $124,000.00
3917 Erie St. $65,000.00
2349 Meachem St. $62,000.00
2912 Olive St. $110,000.00
1144 N. Osborne Blvd. $176,000.00
250 Harrison St. $26,800.00
321 Oak Hill Circle $236,900.00
602 Mink Ranch Rd. $144,200.00
2852 95th St. $93,500.00
3433 S. Kennedy Dr. $125,000.00
8709 Citadel Terrace $203,000.00
8512 Westminster Dr. $57,359.00
4323 Riverside Rd. $398,000.00
510 N. 6th St. $218,750.00

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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.

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