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About $6.2 million in property changed hands in Racine County between July 21 through July 25. The property with the most value that sold was a Wind Point home that featured four bedrooms, which sold for $550,000.

  • 18 properties sold for $100,000 or less.
  • 16 properties sold for more than $100,000 and less that $200,000.
  • 9 properties sold for more than $200,000.
8035 Fishman Rd. $69,500.00
116 S. Perkins Blvd. $124,900.00
30510 Forest Dr. $146,000.00
33808 S. Lakeshore Dr. $146,300.00
5028 Tabor Rd. $65,000.00
425 4 1/2 Mile Rd. $159,000.00
Mount Pleasnt
927 Lannon Terrace, Unit 1606 $47,800.00
3823 Meachem Rd. $71,650.00
3036 Meyer Ct., #6 $76,000.00
3610 Sheridan Rd. $95,000.00
3526 Weston Dr. $149,000.00
6418 Kinzie Ave. $236,400.00
26818 South Elm Ln. $200,000.00
26818 South Elm Ln. $200,000.00
24019 N. Wind Lake Rd. $244,000.00
1547 N. Packard Ave. $27,000.00
1529 Flett Ave. $33,500.00
508 12th St. $34,500.00
2338 Jerome Blvd. $35,000.00
251 Wickham Blvd. $37,000.00
2036 Deane Blvd. $38,000.00
2506 James Blvd. $38,707.00
2518 Donna Ave. $51,400.00
812 Isabelle Ave. $59,900.00
2733 Kenwood Dr. $60,000.00
2219 Hayes Ave. $65,000.00
2417 Gillen St. $65,000.00
2047 Orchard St. $89,900.00
3622 Erie St. $93,000.00
1116 Monroe Ave. $97,000.00
1028 Douglas Ave. $100,000.00
2331 Blaine Ave. $111,000.00
120 Virginia St. $125,000.00
1411 Spring Valley Dr. $130,000.00
315 Merrie Ln. $130,000.00
1028 Douglas Ave.
3009 W. 3 Mile Rd. $140,000.00
2025 Woodland Dr. $247,000.00
205 N. Front St. $125,000.00
309 North Front St. $294,000.00
9524 Broadway Dr. $179,000.00
8900 Lori Ln. $190,000.00
8408 Foxhaven Chase $199,000.00
Union Grove
651 9th Ave. $145,000.00
612 Rohda Dr. $186,000.00
638 Rivermoor Dr. $254,400.00
5800 Island View Ct. $264,000.00
Wind Point
90 Eldorado Dr. $550,000.00
Total $6,224,857

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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.