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Boyle County property transfers, Aug. 3

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

• Cassondra P. and Denver Scott to Hershel I. and Shirley J. McKinley, property in Valhalla Estates, $398,000.

• Lesley S. and John Reno to Sharon Leach, property on Old Shakertown Road, $145,000.

• Timothy Holderman and Annette Jewell to Melissa Johnson, property on Ky. 150, $125,000.

• Ann M. Townes, through James O. Townes, to Owen F. and Barbara S. Haase, property in Argyll subdivision, $367,000.

• Thomas M. and Lynn Taylor Tye to Blue Moon Cottage LLC, property next to Memorial Gardens, $130,000.

• Brian Sawyer and Nikki Sawyer to Mark S. Teshera and Azar Kordbachh, property in Huntington Creek subdivision, $295,000.

• Caryn McCay to Elizabeth Cribbs, property on Cloverdale Drive, $180,000.

• Dwayne and Michelle Brown to Gary L. Sims, two tracks in Boyle County, $153,000.

• William and Nancy Varga to Robert Wildman, property on Max Cavnes, $315,000.

• Joedy Sharpe Construction Co. to Mark A. and Julia Peach, property on Patrum Sisters Way, $273,900.

• Ronnie W. and Brenda Brown to Derek and Hannah Gray, property on East Main Street, $138,200.

• Bartholomew L. and Catherine S. Kelly to American Escrow & Closing Co., property on Boone Trail, $299,000.

• American Escrow and Closing Co. to Susan J. Hakerma and Theodrick Gunter, property on Boone Trail, $299,000.

• Antebellum Homes LLC  to Gabriel E. Tolson and Melanie A. Allen, property in Boyle County, $220,000.

• Winna and Kevin B. Short to Carol M. and William Hayes, property on Third Street, $287,000.

• Brad and Gwen Smith to Little Paws Piano LLC, property in Charleston Greene Townhouses, $250,000.

• Katlyn Bailey and Scott W. Newby to 104 Boyden Court LLC, two tracts on Boyden Court, $125,000.

• Joshua and Lesley Wiglesworth to John F. and Johnnie D. Lyons, property on Manor Hill, $469,900.

• Patricia A. Peavler and Keith Wolfe to Michael C. Dawson, property on Greenview Drive, $50,000.

• K&E Holdings LLC to Mark W. and Ellen T. Quinton, property on South Fourth Street, $325,000.

• Stephanie and Patrick Barsotti and Karen and Todd Davis to Ryan Daniel McClelland and Kandace N. Hodge, property on Regency Road, $160,000.

• Sharon L. and Douglas W. Davis III and Dennas W. and Ruthie Davis to Austen T. Pruitt, property in Crawford Springs Estates, $153,000.

• Samuel L. Belcher II, executor of the Samuel L. Belcher estate, to Rowdy King, three tracts in Boyle County, $20,000.

• Poliana F. Leite and Lucio Andrade to Patricia and Robert Nabozny, property on Douglas Lane, $81,000.

• Ariel E. Carter to David M. and  Amber Norman, property on Berwick Drive, $275,000.

• Stanley W. and Karen A. Caswell to Ronald D. and Mary I. Shepherd, property on Michael’s Crossing, $374,500.

• Yvonne Y. and Joseph Morley and Joseph L. and Jennifer K. York to Lauren Paynter and Katie Stevenson, property on Lexington Avenue, $120,000.


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