Property Transactions for Jan. 25, 2023

Recently sold properties from St. Louis County.

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A list of property transactions received from St. Louis County.  

Residential bare land, Jason and Kari Rengo purchased from Richard R. and Karen A. Flesvig for $25,000, residential - bare land, 10/22.

Address unassigned, Nate Erichsrud and Nichoals Zerfas purchased from Steve and Debora Petschel for $80,000, residential, 10/22.

6268 Homestead Road, M. and A. Wilkinson-Hanson purchased from Kaine P. and Alexandra L. Kaase for $300,000, residential, 10/22.

5540 Pine Hill Road, N. and J. Donahue and K. Novak-Pilch purchased from Rhodie L. McGath for $320,000, residential, 10/22.


301 Oak Bend Drive, Chelsie Judnick purchased from Barbara Hakala for $255,000, residential, 11/22.

2224 W. Sixth St., Natasha Johnson and Joseph Adams purchased from Donnamae Myer for $183,000, residential, 11/22.

2130 W. 22nd St., David and Ember Edwards purchased from Tod and Barb Pederson and Bon Solberg for $270,000, residential, 10/22.

205 E. McCuen St., Barbara Mahnke purchased from Allen Boben for $210,000, residential, 11/22.

1816 E. Seventh St., Laura Gams and Jenna Peterson purchased from Nancy Knutson for $293,000, residential, 10/22.

161 W. Myrtle St., Jamie and Hasana Urrutia purchased from Joseph M. and Heather L. Dejesus for $225,000, residential, 10/22.

135 W. Anoka St., Tyler McAlear purchased from Deb Industries LLC for $230,000, residential, 10/22.


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