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Boyle County property transfers, July 28

Deeds filed recently in the office of Boyle County Clerk Trille Bottom include:

• Gavcon Properties No. 1792 LLC to Ridgefield LLC, property at Ridgefield Center, $14,700,000.

• Douglas C. and Bobbi J. Sewell to Marvin Carl Kidwell and Audrey Kidwell, property in Boyle County, $253,000.

• John K. and Kaye S. Barber to The Lock down Dee LLC, property on Whirlaway Drive, $190,000.

• Richard Rowe Properties Inc to Marcia G. and Edward V. Vaught, property in Shelby Green Ltd., $241,150.

• Anne S. Becker and Lyle M. Becker, as co-trustrees of the Becker Family Joint Revocable Trust, to Anita Mills, property in Owens Court addition, $179,900.

• John and Kendra Funkhouser to Candace M. and Edward J. Campbell III, property on Goggin Lane, $165,000.

• Jeffrey E. Fieberg to Jennifer L. Fieberg, property on Barbee Way, property settlement; fair market value, $200,000.

• Larry T. Clark and Walter L. Goggin, as co-exeuctors of the John B. Hughes estate, to Lora Gralheer, property on Baughman Avenue, $112,000.

• William T. Wall to Callie Marie Cambron, property on Regency Road, $184,900.

• Daniel A. and Kathy L. Hall to Karen Devine and Tim E. Lay, property on Waterworks Road, $230,000.

• Marsha C. Perkins and Jonathan W. Douglas to Ashley D. and Anthony P. Godbey, property in Gloraview subdivision, $137,000.

• Edna Coffman to Blaine Leigh Young, property on South Fourth Street, gift; fair cash value, $85,000.

• Melody C. and Terry Evans to Christopher McKinney, property on Springhill Road, $250,750.

• Jeremey L. and Kayla Caudill to Ryan and Kelsey Hover, property on Mason Avenue, $156,000.

• Lillie Miller to Randall D. Miller and Rita Lee Miller, property on White Oak Road, Junction City, gift; fair cash value, $120,000.

• Sherry Jo and Jack Carey Sr. to Jack Carey Jr., property  in Cloverdale subdivision, gift; fair market value, $110,000.

• Tammra Mae Bird to Scotty and Carolyn Middleton, property on Count Fleet Circle, $295,000.

• Pauline M. Douglas to Debra Jean Haydon, property on Quarry Road, gift; fair cash value, $80,000.

• Ariel E. Carter to Grand Properties LLC, property on East Main Street, $150,000.

• Clinton W. and Ashley B. Curtis to John F. and Shelley M. Florence, property in Shelby Green subdivision, $264,900.

• Clinton W. and Ashley B. Curtis to Curtis Homes LLC, property in Shelby Green, property transfer; fair cash value, $26,500.

• Clinton W. and Ashley B. Curtis to Premier Property Solutions LLC, property in Shelby Green, property transfer; fair cash value, $260,000.

• William H. and Kimberly A. Phillips to Renee Mullings, property on Betsy Ross Lane, $320,000.

• Willie N. Tarrance, through Joyce C. Able, to 173 E. Martin Luther King LLC, property on East Green Street, $48,500.


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