Tuesday, April 24, 2018
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Hernando real estate listings for Oct. 2

BROOKSVILLE

615 Savannah Oaks Dr., to National Mortgage Association Federal by Christine Schneider, $320,000, 07/18/2013.

9971 Domingo Dr., to Martin D. Monin & Pauline A. Cote by Gail Ann Kerna & Gail Ann Kerna Trustee, $218,500, 08/16/2013.

7033 Lexington Cir., to Margaret D. Bast & John Bast Jr. by Matthew P. Balogh, $82,500, 08/12/2013.

9367 Southern Charm Cir., to Georgeann M. Bennett by Stephen Predoehl, $77,500, 08/16/2013.

12465 Fairway Ave., to Howard Plybon & Virgie D. Plybon by Ethel M. Haight, $60,000, 08/08/2013.

7324 Score St., to Barbara J. Paul by Everett B. Hoar, $40,000, 08/14/2013.

HERNANDO BEACH

3144 Flamingo Blvd., to Lisa B. Hypes by Rhonda C. Costa & Stephen L. Costa, $400,000, 07/29/2013.

4009 Sheephead Dr., to Thomas R. Harris & Barbara A. Harris by Joyce Barry Frazier & Joyce E. Barry, $235,000, 08/07/2013.

SPRING HILL

4345 Hunters Pass, to Jin Fang Chen by Shannon J. Laviano, $203,000, 08/14/2013.

4277 Hunters Pass, to Thomas Freyling & Lou Ann Freyling by Comerica Bank & Phh Mortgage Corporation, $185,000, 08/09/2013.

10431 Baylor Dr., to Gary E. Mcbride & Danette Mcbride by Gerard Valone & Dale Valone, $155,000, 08/15/2013.

14151 Newcastle Ave., to Stephen Cracchiolo & Joanne V. Cracchiolo by Thomas R. Buckley & Janice K. Buckley, $155,000, 08/12/2013.

9384 Belvedere St., to Anthony L. Deblaiso by Sonja Grippo, $125,000, 08/12/2013.

8358 Annapolis Rd., to John F. Lenahan by D W Watkins Properties LLC, $119,900, 08/12/2013.

9291 Gibralter St., to Brenda Y. Villafane Hernandez & Jesse O. Diaz by Timothy C. Walter, $119,000, 08/12/2013.

2260 Marietta Ave., to Ida Fallet by Angela Oddo & Garzone Angela Oddo, $114,000, 08/15/2013.

7429 Baywood Forest Cir., to Keith P. Fisher & Kathy J. Fisher by Andrew N. Smith & Jacqueline L. Smith, $102,000, 08/16/2013.

14165 Kane Rd., to Kara Dodgens by Mae Fannie & National Mortgage Association Federal, $95,000, 08/14/2013.

6068 Piedmont Dr., to Shing Sum Ku by Anthony F. Villano & Florence Villano, $93,500, 08/14/2013.

12200 Fillmore St., to Kristen Nicole Nolan by James W. Wirtz, $90,000, 08/15/2013.

9396 Vancouver Rd., to Ivonne Lopez by Adam R. Rennie & Jessica L. Rennie, $86,000, 08/09/2013.

335 Clearfield Ave., to Lee H. Diekemper by Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation & Shuler Solomon Spector Foyle &. Singer Pa Kass, $80,000, 08/09/2013.

10280 Rosetti Ct., to Eric J. Ruge Ii. by Flagstar Bank Fsb & Reo Services Corelogic Atty In Fact, $76,000, 08/01/2013.

6401 Melacano Ave., to Kenon G. Hirst by Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation & R. Wolfe &. Associates Pl Ronald Atty In Fact, $76,000, 08/12/2013.

13977 Coronado Dr., to Terry J. Sanders & Linda F. Sanders by Joan M. Gronowski & Luke R. Gronowski, $72,000, 08/08/2013.

5472 Alderwood St., to Charley Arthur Lynn by Of Housing And Urban Development Secretary & Ltd Pemco, $60,200, 08/06/2013.

14031 Barlington St., to Lee Duxstad & Joanne Duxstad by Of Housing And Urban Development Secretary & Ltd Pemco, $54,400, 08/06/2013.

4614 Gondolier Rd., to Megan Washington by Mae Fannie & National Mortgage Association Federal, $51,500, 08/14/2013.

WEEKI WACHEE

10138 Lazy Days Ct., to Andrew Xenos & Joanne Xenos by Natalie Troadec & Natalie M. Troadec, $299,000, 08/16/2013.

7077 Westwind St., to John S. Barron & Jane E. Barron by Joseph C. Thompson & Judy Darline Thompson, $220,000, 08/12/2013.

8324 Dunnellon Rd., to Johnny L. Evans by Bernard A. Clark & Sharon M. Clark, $117,500, 08/31/2013.

4427 Gaston St., to Constance Pirrotta by Melissa Harts, $95,000, 08/19/2013.

12127 Pine Club Cir., to Bradley C. Baldwin & Cheryl C. Baldwin by Pnc Bank Na, $85,000, 08/01/2013.

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