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Top 10 real estate transactions

10:50 AM, Sep. 19, 2013  |  Comments
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Marathon County

The following are the 10 highest-valued single-family properties sold in Marathon County from Aug. 12 to Aug. 16, based on Wisconsin Department of Revenue property transaction data. To search records for more property transactions and details, go to tinyurl.com/wisproperties.

? Stettin: 10550 Rolling Meadows Lane. Seller: William J. Jarvis. Buyers: Scott M. and Sarah J. Names. Total value: $535,000.

? Day: Vacant Land. D2021 Maple St. Sellers: Lonnie D. Weis, Scott A. Weis, and Raymond S. and Suzanne M. Weis. Buyers: Steve M. and Amy B. Kloss. Total value: $415,000.

? Rib Mountain: 7050 Firethorn Road. Sellers: Francis and Sandra Bassett. Buyer: Todd Richardson. Total value: $384,900.

? Weston, town: 10203 River Road. Sellers: Thomas L. and Susan G. Pergolski. Buyers: Scott A. and Jennifer A. Markrof. Total value: $377,000.

? McMillan: M240 Sugar Bush Lane. Sellers: Roger W. and Carol H. Park. Buyers: John G. and Jennifer R. Paape. Total value: $348,000.

? Stettin: 7507 Flint Creek Circle. Seller: Caillouette Revocable Trust. Buyers: Chad K. and Wendy J. Huft. Total value: $310,000.

? Knowlton: 1602 Mary Lane. Sellers: Shane D. and Cheryl Hendrikson. Buyers: David A. and Amanda J. Nash. Total value: $305,000.

? Plover: P4225 Pine View Road. Sellers: Daniel E. and Margaret E. Higginbotham. Buyers: Brian and Debbie Hoth. Total value: $285,000.

? Knowlton: 322 John's Lane. Sellers: Jamie L. Simkowski and Jacob Simkowski. Buyer: Christine S. Beck. Total value: $265,000.

? Hamburg: 256 Naugart Drive. Sellers: Paul J. and Mary M. Hackel. Buyers: Brian C. and Leanne J. Anderson. Total value: $243,800.

Lincoln County

The following are the 10 highest-valued single-family properties sold in Lincoln County from Aug. 12 to Aug. 16, based on Wisconsin Department of Revenue property transaction data. To search records for more property transactions and details, go to tinyurl.com/wisproperties.

? Birch: Highway J. Birch: N5945 Highway J. Seller: Tim A. Steinfest. Buyers: Robert A. Hemker and Nancy A. Hemker. Total value: $325,000.

? Merrill, town: W6648 The Clearing. Sellers: Michael and Wendy Hammer. Buyers: Roger D. and Mari J. Nelson. Total value: $286,000.

? Bradley: N9857 Sunset Point Road. Sellers: Raymond D. Erickson and Patricia C. Erickson. Buyers: Raymond D. Erickson, Patricia C. Erickson, and Denise M. Zietlow. Total value: $268,000.

? Wilson: W11892 Honey Road. Seller: Barbara A. Abler. Buyers: Michael J. England and Mary A. England. Total value: $135,000.

? Merrill, city: 305 Willow Bend Court. Seller: Naomi Kahle NKA Naomi Schneider. Buyers: Timothy Schneider and Naomi Schneider. Total value: $118,000.

? Bradley: W5640 County A. Sellers: Mary C. Jones, Willard Jones, and David Jones. Buyer: Matthew J. Lehan. Total value: $107,000.

? Bradley: W5727 Thomas Road. Sellers: Rana Van Norman and John C. Van Norman A/K/A Johnny C. Van Norman. Buyer: US Bank National Association as trustee for CitiGroup Mortgage Loan Trust 2007-WFHE1 Asset-Backed pass through Certificates. Total value: $104,600.

? Merrill, city: 2206 Willow Bend Drive. Seller: Ralph Staal. Buyer: Nick Bergsbaken. Total value: $104,000.

? Merrill, city: 704 Hollywood Drive. Seller: Michael Pfund. Buyer: Coty Sayles. Total value: $87,500.

? Harrison: N10811 Pine Lake Road. Seller: Phillip J. Guolee. Buyers: Phillip J. Guolee and Carla M. Guolee. Total value: $70,000.

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