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Hernando County real estate transactions for Jan. 29

BROOKSVILLE

24050 Winding Creek Dr., to Jennifer L. Robinson & James A. Robinson by Carol M. Liwanag & Danilo D. Liwanag, $315,000, 11/14/2013.

3274 Thoroughbred Dr., to Mark Todd Merritt & Sandy Dawn Merritt by Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation & Offices Of Daniel C. Consuegra Pl Law Atty In Fact, $297,000, 11/20/2013.

2719 Saturn Rd., to Zbigniew Gawienczuk by Vernon G. Smith Trustee & April A. Smith Trustee, $215,000, 12/02/2013.

912 Hammock Rd., to Anthony James Elm Jr. & Alexandria Reyes Elm by Mae Fannie & National . Mortgage Association Federal, $119,600, 11/21/2013.

14031 Brookridge Blvd., to Thomas M. Claypool & Barbara Claypool by Edward C. Genord & Marie Genord, $100,000, 11/22/2013.

14191 Holly Hammock Ln., to Dennis R. Humphrey & Cheryl K. Humphrey by Lezanne Draper & Stephen Predohel, $95,000, 12/30/2013.

8029 Cedar Cove Ave., to Geraldine Rodier by Bernard K. Brooks, $47,700, 12/02/2013.

6095 California St., to Anneliese Griffitts & Robert C. Griffitts by William David Briggs & Sylvie Desrochers Briggs, $41,900, 11/22/2013.

SPRING HILL

13365 Hunters Point St., to Fabio Perez & Rebecca Perez by Dixie Investment Properties LLC, $215,000, 12/03/2013.

2443 Grandfather Mtn, to Joel M. Dunphy Trustee & Kathleen L. Dunphy Trustee by James Blaine Davidson Jr. & James Blaine Davidson Jr. Succ Trustee, $205,000, 11/20/2013.

4555 Golf Club Ln., to Gary H. Blackstone & Linda Blackstone by Donald G. Crouse & Joyce M. Crouse, $205,000, 11/22/2013.

13031 Huntington Woods Ave., to Roman Hector San & Roman Elsa San by 1st Choice Homes LLC, $183,000, 11/27/2013.

13028 Jocelyn Way, to Linda Taylor & Charles E. Karch by John Balestrieri, $175,000, 12/27/2013.

366 Bloomfield Dr., to John F. Farrell by Lillian M. Kurtz & George Kurtz, $145,000, 11/22/2013.

2351 Terrace View Ln., to Dennis Ward & Joan Ward by William J. Flemming & William J. Flemming Succ Trustee, $125,900, 11/20/2013.

12387 Penton St., to Fletcher Scott T & Fletcher Lynn M by Andrew Loyal & Janice Loyal, $120,000, 11/22/2013.

6378 Pine Meadows Dr., to Carlito Morilla & Alice Morilla by Frederick Herbst & Frederick Herbst Trustee, $112,000, 11/27/2013.

11261 Mcracken Dr., to Neville Hancock & Claudette Hancock by Adi Lazarovich, $110,500, 11/18/2013.

10251 Bernarda Ct., to Robert Norman by Philip A. Gumina & Phillip Gumina, $108,000, 12/02/2013.

3032 Whispering Pines Ct., to Graham Horlock & Ann Horlock by Ragnar V. Montelius & Kerstin V. Montelius, $108,000, 11/20/2013.

10428 Casa Grande Cir., to Robert Debatt by Gudrun A. Danyeur & Benny D. Danyeur, $106,500, 12/10/2013.

5011 Abagail Dr., to Ruth L. Danunzio by Charlene A. Goostree & Charlene A. Goostree Succ Trustee, $104,500, 12/03/2013.

1229 Lansing Dr., to Sfra LLC by Robert A. Tiano & Amy E. Ollivent, $103,000, 11/25/2013.

6276 Gainsboro Ave., to Kevan Wiley by Mae Fannie & National Mortgage Association Federal, $95,000, 11/20/2013.

10226 Hayward Rd., to John Smith by Worldwide Alliance LLC, $94,000, 12/12/2013.

4325 Bluewater Ave., to Jennifer R. Debruyn by Salvatore Pirrotta & Constance E. Pirrotta, $86,500, 12/16/2013.

7170 Holiday Dr., to Anita M. Velez by John K. Price Ii. & Donna Price, $72,000, 11/21/2013.

11371 Stacy St., to Patrick W. Norris & Kathleen Norris by Jamie M. Brodil, $71,900, 12/02/2013.

6136 Spyglass Ct., to Zaida G. Feliu by Richard W. Shields, $70,200, 11/20/2013.

7376 Philatelic Dr., to Luke Vandyke & Aline G. Vandyke by Ruben Ruiz & Enid Ruiz, $66,000, 11/20/2013.

5177 Juliet Ct., to Kevin Renne by J. W. Daniel & J. Walter Daniel, $65,000, 11/26/2013.

13945 Coronado Dr., to Radhica Chatoredussy & Gravind Chatoredussy by Danielle A. Stewart, $58,000, 11/21/2013.

11069 Tilburg St., to Anna Kvernadze Murray & Paul J. Murray by John J. Cosentino, $56,300, 12/02/2013.

10161 Carrin Rd., to Mary Anne Deters Trustee & Deters Family Trust by Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation & Shuler Solomon Spector Foyle &. Singer Pa Kass, $54,500, 11/22/2013.

1139 Tryon Cir., to Andrew Legere & Eileen Legere by U S Bank Na & Mortgage Pass Through Certificates Wamu, $51,000, 11/18/2013.

5228 Baffin Cir., to Randall S. Bluhm by Bank Of New York Mellon & Bank Of New York, $45,000, 11/15/2013.

WEEKI WACHEE

10439 Rainbow Ridge Ct., to Michael P. Cullen & Dennis J. Cullen by James R. Switala & Shirley A. Switala, $330,000, 11/22/2013.

9193 Lake Cypress Loop, to Carol R. Withers & Richard Larkins by Jean P. Williams, $280,000, 11/21/2013.

9185 Bunting Rd., to Siegfried K. Veil & Jeannie M. Veil by Patricia A. Leopold, $170,500, 11/22/2013.

9073 Madrid Rd., to Dennis Speight & Juanita Speight by Bernadette E. Casciotta & Charles A. Casciotta, $130,000, 12/04/2013.

9483 Noddy Tern Rd., to National Mortgage Association Federal by Jose A. Moll & Ingrid Moll, $108,000, 11/13/2013.

18279 Mairdale Rd., to Frank Connors & Diana Connors by Bank Of New York Mellon & Bank Of New York, $106,000, 12/05/2013.

Hernando County real estate transactions for Jan. 29 01/27/14 [Last modified: Tuesday, January 28, 2014 1:36pm]
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