Just over $5.6 million in property changed hands between April 11 through April 15, according to the Racine County property transfer records.

William Luekpkes, owner of 1208 N. Ohio St., sold the property to WillKomm Development LLP for $138,000.

A commercial building at 1002 State St., owned by the Gengozian Trust, was sold for $75,000.

452 N. Pine St.  $     108,000.00
Town of Burlington
30235 Sumac Dr.  $     129,900.00
Caledonia
1420 September Dr.  $     205,000.00
Dover
1818 Seminole Dr.  $       40,000.00
Mount Pleasant
6650 Mariner Dr., #202  $       60,000.00
3154 Wood Rd., #15  $       85,000.00
5704 Evarit Dr.  $     103,500.00
1208 N. Ohio St.  $     138,000.00
4848 Flambeau Dr.  $     143,000.00
3401 S. Green Bay Rd.  $     153,000.00
6343 Greenhill Dr.  $     179,000.00
2708 Taurus Dr.  $     205,000.00
3811 Sherrie Ln.  $     224,400.00
5332 Zachary Dr.  $     249,900.00
6431 BiscayneAve.  $     250,000.00
4937 W. Knollwood Dr.  $     305,000.00
Racine
945 Villa St.  $       19,900.00
1322 Thurston Ave.  $       20,720.00
2424 Mitchell St.  $       23,900.00
2034 Superior St.  $       35,000.00
2821 Eisenhower Dr.  $       50,000.00
8731 Shadowood Trail  $       50,000.00
1147 Jefferson St.  $       59,000.00
5406 Marboro Dr.  $       66,000.00
2625 Grove Ave.  $       73,500.00
1212 William St.  $       74,000.00
1002 State St.  $       75,000.00
3138 Barbara Dr.  $       87,000.00
2018 West Lawn Ave.  $       96,800.00
3653 Monterey Dr.  $     125,000.00
2808 Maryland Ave.  $     127,500.00
3206 Lakeview Circle  $     139,000.00
Rochester
1055 N. English Settlement Ave.  $       60,000.00
300 N. River Rd.  $     250,000.00
Sturtevant
9009 Boys Dr.  $     106,000.00
2425 90th St.  $     117,000.00
Town of Waterford
30935 Prospect Dr.  $     183,000.00
5836 N. River Bay Rd.  $     232,000.00
7136 Joy Marie Ln.  $     317,000.00
Village of Waterford
411 Whippletree Ln.  $     255,000.00
Wind Point
5328 Valley Trail  $     238,000.00
Yorkville
15005 Washington Ave.  $     204,300.00

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