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Hampton-area real estate transactions for the week of Aug. 12, 2019

Shirley Taft
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T. Sean Sugarmann sold property at 3922 Ash Drive to 1900 Capital Trust 2 for $7,731.

Paul Hochstine Jr. sold property at 2700 Bristol Court to John and Tina Lekas for $419,000.

Susan Monroe sold property at 4570 Bucktail Drive to Brett and David Shebish for $251,000.

Emil Pyptyk sold property at 4930 Cheyenne Court to Richard Bigley Jr. and Nicole Bigley for $280,000.

Lee Rhein sold property at 2785 Drake Court to Allison Koser for $192,000.

NVR Inc. sold property at 5092 Hampton Place Drive to David and Jaime Foose for $695,930.

NVR Inc. sold property at 5098 Hampton Place Drive to Brian and Amanda Dandrea for $630,435.

Michael Valore sold property at 3000 Hartswood Drive to Mary Diana Davis for $415,000.

Heather A Bloss Lonigro sold property at 4340 Hemlock Circle to Quentin and Leah May for $148,000.

Joan Connors sold property at 2759 Shamrock Drive to Jonathan and Angela Foote for $479,900.

Karl Kocsis sold property at 4836 Stonebridge Drive to Robert Michael and Holly Michele Muchenski for $750,000.

Timothy Blackford sold property at 5113 Willow Wood Drive to Ryan Joseph and Amanda Elizabeth Johnston for $255,000.

Real estate transactions provided by RealSTATs. Contact RealSTATs at 412-381-3880 or visit www.RealSTATs.net.

Shirley Taft is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Shirley at 724-836-4970 or [email protected].

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