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Forty-seven property sold in Racine County between Feb. 24 through Feb. 28, according to Racine County property records.

In Caledonia, We Energies bought 80 acres near the Oak Creek power plant for $1.2 million. A commercial property in Norway sold for $563,975. And in Burlington, a home sold for $339,900.

4314 Peninsula Dr. $339,900.00
1438 McWan Dr. $19,900.00
1006 4 Mile Rd. $125,000.00
9314 Prairie Crossing Dr. $185,000.00
809 Northdale Dr. $199,000.00
1816 Johnson Ave. $48,500.00
816 Appaloosa Trail $215,900.00
2737 5 Mile Rd. $192,000.00
4711 Kings Cove Rd. $150,000.00
8414 Botting Rd. $1,200,000.00
Mount Pleasant
4915 Northwestern Ave. $135,000.00
6320 Bald Eagle Rd. $255,000.00
5115 Shirley Ave. $136,900.00
5928 Taylor Ave. $130,000.00
5329 Taylor Ave., Unit 6 $95,000.00
5819 Chakar Ln. $91,450.00
21500 6 Mile Rd. $563,975.00
25525 Deer Ridge Trail $265,500.00
6610 Edgemere Dr. $169,000.00
1919 Orchard St. $94,000.00
1612 La Salle St. $109,500.00
2225 Taylor Ave. $41,000.00
1230 Center St. $65,000.00
2212 Romayne Ave. $60,000.00
525 Shoerland Dr. $136,700.00
1319 Carlisle Ave. $61,800.00
2033 Thurston Ave. $84,000.00
2610 Rapids Dr. $25,905.00
1112 Cleveland Ave. $39,900.00
3825 Kinzie Ave. $38,300.00
1326 Blaine Ave. $179,100.00
1529 South St. $25,101.00
1302 Oregon St. $40,500.00
1420 Oregon St. $45,000.00
1234 Oregon St. $27,500.00
1323 Ohio St. $38,000.00
1517 Monroe Ave. $45,000.00
1574 Maria St. $130,000.00
275 Settlement Dr. $221,500.00
9044 Chicory Creek Dr. $209,900.00
Union Grove
163 11th Ave. $240,000.00
8226 Marjorie Dr. $317,500.00
712 Apple Orchard Dr. $200,000.00
884 Cypress Point $179,000.00
Wind Point
4601 Lake Meadow Dr. $358,000.00
111 East Parkfield Ct. $160,000.00
129 Morning Wood Dr. $360,000.00

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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.