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Curious about how much your neighbor paid for the property down the road? Check out the Racine County property transfers from Nov. 10 through Nov. 14. Thomas Joerndt, who was one of the partners at North Shore Investment Co., has become the sole owner of the Winchester Gun Club, 3109 S. 27th St., following a death in the family. The business was not effected by the transfer and it is “open as usual,” Joerndt said. Here are the highlights:
  • 28 properties sold.
  • 10 of the properties sold for less than $100,000.
  • 14 sold for more than $100,000, but less than $200,000.
  • 4 properties sold for more than $200,000.
Burlington
2900 Crossway Rd. $345,000.00
Caledonia
5429 6 Mile Rd. $27,500.00
1810 4 1/2 Mile Rd. $65,000.00
3820 Wyoming Way $85,000.00
2809 Indian Trail $127,000.00
9120 Morgan Ct. $182,900.00
3220 Great Oaks Dr. $184,450.00
9120 Morgan Ct. $192,900.00
6411 Charles St. $530,000.00
Elmwood
3458 E. Elmwood Dr. $210,000.00
Mount Pleasant
7414 Braun Rd. $42,300.00
4318 Spring St. $93,000.00
3830 Lakeview Dr. $125,000.00
North Bay
44 N. Vincennes Circle $32,400.00
Racine
1701 Washington Ave. $17,000.00
2044 Thurston Ave. $41,100.00
2112 Lawn St. $57,720.00
1037 Hayes Ave. $58,000.00
3606 Wright Ave. $76,500.00
309 Mertens Ave. $126,300.00
400 Lombard Ave. $127,000.00
3005 Navajo Trail $128,000.00
4408 Pine Ridge Ln. $129,500.00
1312 N. Memorial Dr. $136,000.00
Raymond
3109 S. 27th St. $710,000.00
Rochester
2839 N. River Rd. $129,900.00
Waterford
4819 Riverside Rd. $110,000.00
8843 Caldwell Rd. $125,000.00
Yorkville
14717 Washington Ave. $128,900.00

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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.