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Top 10 real estate transactions

11:25 AM, Sep. 12, 2013  |  Comments
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Marathon County

The following are the 10 highest-valued single-family properties sold in Marathon County from Aug. 5 to Aug. 9, based on Wisconsin Department of Revenue property transaction data. To search records for more property transactions and details, go to tinyurl.com/wisproperties.

? Rib Mountain: 5813 Lakeshore Drive. Seller: D & D Office Suites LLC, A Wisconsin Limited Liability Co. Buyers: Shane D. and Cheryl L. Hendrikson. Total value: $425,000.

? Stettin: 10550 Rolling Meadows Lane. Seller: Kimberly K. Jarvis. Buyer: William J. Jarvis. Total value: $412,100.

? Wausau, city: 106 S. Emerald Drive. Seller: Scott A. Jackman. Buyers: Scott A. and Jonnee R. Jackman and Bauer. Total value: $327,000.

? Schofield: 835 Grand Ave.: 833 River St. Seller: Carrie S. Vergin. Buyer: Daniel R. Vergin. Total value: $297,300.

? Weston, village: 6508 Quentin St. Sellers: Cory and Jennifer Heckel. Buyers: Charles E. and Susan A. Schlosser. Total value: $284,000.

? Easton: E10803 Sunset Valley Lane. Sellers: Ryan L. and Chandra R. Western N/K/A Chandra R Sandquist. Buyers: Jesse and Elizabeth McAninch. Total value: $263,500.

? Kronenwetter: 2471 Forest Grove Ave. Sellers: David J. and Erika Dombeck. Buyers: Tamara J. Palmbach and Shane Clausen. Total value: $262,000.

? Emmet: 1916 Still Hill Road. Sellers: Brian T. and Jane A. Rosewicz. Buyer: Christopher Michael Picha. Total value: $259,000.

? Norrie: N615 Highway D. Seller: Estate of Karl P. Pilath. Buyers: Allen M. Wesolowski and Colleen J. Wesolowski. Total value: $246,000.

? Cassel: 2809 Highway S. Sellers: Michael G. Worzella and Elizabeth T. Worzella. Buyer: Federal National Mortgage Association. Total value: $240,100.

Lincoln County

The following are the 10 highest-valued single-family properties sold in Lincoln County from Aug. 5 to Aug. 9, based on Wisconsin Department of Revenue property transaction data. To search records for more property transactions and details, go to tinyurl.com/wisproperties.

? Bradley: N11497 Cottage Road. Sellers: Michael R. Atkinson and Ann M. Atkinson. Buyers: Joseph D. Frank and Shelby S. Frank. Total value: $260,000.

? Merrill, city: 2304 Sturdevant St.: 111 South Oregon St. Merrill, city: 402 E. Sixth St. Merrill, city: 205 East First St. Merrill, city: 701 E. Sixth St. Seller: Thomas Torkelson. Buyer: T&T Evergreen Enterprises LLC. Total value: $213,500.

? Wilson: N10552 White-Tailed Deer Drive. Sellers: Gary T. and Geralyn M. Sweet. Buyer: The Gary T. and Geralyn M. Sweet Family Trust. Total value: $193,900.

? Bradley: W6035 Windwood Lane. Sellers: Terry L. Lawson and Barbara J. Lawson. Buyers: Thomas E. Holladay and Louanne K. Holladay. Total value: $190,000.

? Tomahawk, city: 1518 Kings Hill Drive. Sellers: Lacey L. Kocik and Clint J. Kocik. Buyer: Bank of America N.A. Total value: $179,400.

? Merrill, city: 1407 Ellen Court. Seller: Celene D. Carlson. Buyer: Melissa B. Meyer. Total value: $162,000.

? Merrill, city: 1402 Nicklaus Drive. Seller: Judith M. Wolfe. Buyer: Judith M. Wolfe, trustee of the Judith Wolfe Revocable Living Trust dated May 10, 2013, and any amendments thereto. Total value: $119,600.

? Merrill, city: 2304 Sturdevant St.: 111 S. Oregon St. Merrill, city: 402 E. Sixth St. Merrill, city: 205 East First St. Seller: Donald Torkelson. Buyer: Thomas Torkelson. Total value: $81,850.

? Birch: N5761 Highway J. Sellers: Cory C. Townsend and Heidi M. Townsend. Buyer: Bank of America N.A. Total value: $78,000.

? Harrison: N8471 Bog Lake Road. Sellers: Mark A. Brodhagen and Laura Lee Brodhagen. Buyer: Corey M. Hoel. Total value: $60,000.

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