Twenty-six homes in Racine County sold between Feb. 17 through Feb. 21, according to the Racine County Deeds Office.

The building where Sparti Gyro’s, 5205 Washington Ave., used to be sold for $495,000. A home located on Michigan Boulevard sold for $925,000.

In the Town of Norway, a home on West Loomis Road sold for $340,000.

Burlington
201 Monica Ave. $143,500.00
32866 Bohner Dr. $27,750.00
380 W. Market St. $122,500.00
Caledonia
2435 Bittersweet Ct. $125,000.00
Mount Pleasant
4522 County Line Rd. $106,000.00
5321 Spring St. $41,500.00
8118 Slater Ave. $148,000.00
5700 Cambridge Circle, Unit 6 $68,000.00
300 S. Summerset Dr. $68,500.00
300 S. Summerset Dr. $75,000.00
10101 Spring St. $38,000.00
3223 Alvilda Ct. $146,000.00
Norway
24819 West Loomis Rd. $340,000.00
Racine
2010 Jerome Blvd. $103,500.00
1411 Lombard Ave. $90,000.00
5205 Washington Ave. $495,000.00
2417 Spring St. $90,000.00
4024 21st St. $24,000.00
2017 Quincy Ave. $60,000.00
3050 N. Main St. $183,300.00
3101 Michigan Blvd. $925,000.00
1213 Florence Ave. $44,000.00
1617 Thurston Ave. $16,500.00
Sturtevant
3649 91st Place $220,000.00
8804 Durand Ave. $40,000.00
Union Grove
1360 15th Ave. $600,000.00
Burlington
201 Monica Ave. $143,500.00
32866 Bohner Dr. $27,750.00
380 W. Market St. $122,500.00
Caledonia
2435 Bittersweet Ct. $125,000.00
Mount Pleasant
4522 County Line Rd. $106,000.00
5321 Spring St. $41,500.00
8118 Slater Ave. $148,000.00
5700 Cambridge Circle, Unit 6 $68,000.00
300 S. Summerset Dr. $68,500.00
300 S. Summerset Dr. $75,000.00
10101 Spring St. $38,000.00
3223 Alvilda Ct. $146,000.00
Norway
24819 West Loomis Rd. $340,000.00
Racine
2010 Jerome Blvd. $103,500.00
1411 Lombard Ave. $90,000.00
5205 Washington Ave. $495,000.00
2417 Spring St. $90,000.00
4024 21st St. $24,000.00
2017 Quincy Ave. $60,000.00
3050 N. Main St. $183,300.00
3101 Michigan Blvd. $925,000.00
1213 Florence Ave. $44,000.00
1617 Thurston Ave. $16,500.00
Sturtevant
3649 91st Place $220,000.00
8804 Durand Ave. $40,000.00
Union Grove
1360 15th Ave. $600,000.00

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