Henrico County property transactions, Dec. 5-11

A sample of property transactions during this period appear below:

5311 Libbie Mill West Boulevard – $71,573 (vacant site), from Midtown Land Partners LLC to LM Townhomes 1 LLC.
5303 Libbie Mill West Boulevard – $71,573 (vacant site), from Midtown Land Partners LLC to LM Townhomes 1 LLC.
5307 Libbie Mill West Boulevard – $71,573 (vacant site), from Midtown Land Partners LLC to LM Townhomes 1 LLC.
5100 Monument Avenue, #712 – $82,000, 470 SF (built in 1961), from Mary L. Dooley to Mark A. and Judith A. McCallum.
1 West McClellan Street – $100,000, 898 SF (built in 1948), from Marguerite E. Hubbard Life Int. to Lawrence Medlin.
6349 Dawnfield Lane – $115,800, 1,932 SF (built in 1999), from Patricia Whitaker to Federal National Mortgage Association.
718 Wilmer Avenue – $122,000, 1,146 SF (built in 1968), from Donald D. and L. W. Nicholson to Hoa N. Truong.
8440 Shannon Green Court – $129,900, 1,120 SF (built in 1983), from Charles J. Long, Jr. and D. W. Long to Latoya Monique Hocker.
1545 Heritage Hill Drive – $139,950, 1,280 SF (built in 1978), from Federal National Mortgage Association to Angela Brown.
140 Seven Pines Avenue – $149,950, 1,300 SF (built in 1989), from Richard R. Hart III to Quasi Hinds.
9812 Union Jack Place – $158,000, 1,140 SF (built in 1987), from Edward J. Watkins to Brandi S. Harris.
6229 Lakeside Avenue – $165,000 (vacant site), from Timothy F. and A. G. Mathews to Dominion Property Group LLC.
6231 Lakeside Avenue – $165,000, 884 SF (built in 1937), from Timothy F. and A.G. Mathews to Dominion Property Group LLC.
7911 Westney Road – $165,000, 1,200 SF (built in 1969), from Vernon M. and Marilou P. Schaffer to Sammie L. Franklin and Toni White.
1302 Maywood Road – $175,000, 1,260 SF (built in 1954), from Gene L. and Nancy B. Ward to Elizabeth E. Brady.
9126 Huron Avenue – $180,000, 1,204 SF (built in 1961), from Barbara S. Mays to Juan D. Mendoza Portillo.
106 Norman Drive – $182,000, 1,272 SF (built in 1957), from Joseph O. Butts and Thu Thuy Phan to Vincent E. Maxwell.
616 Dabbs House Road – $195,000, 2,091 SF (built in 1962), from Henderson Family Revo LVG T to Ira Donnell Kenney.
3007 Dancer Road – $206,500, 1,420 SF (built in 1961), from Rahima Bubnjevic to Andrew Sells and Jennifer Blaszak.
3309 Middleham Court – $218,750, 2064 SF (built in 2013), from Matthew A. and Ashley V. Thompson to Stone Financing LLC.
1402 Myradare Drive – $220,000, 1,224 SF (built in 1952), from Jennifer McCuen to Gregory D. and Jennifer W. Smith.
1865 Grey Oaks Park Lane – $221,000 (vacant site), from Windsor Enterprises Corporation to Bradford Homes Inc.
12337 Shore View Drive – $224,000, 1,248 SF (built in 1987), from Joseph A. Fink to Patrick R. and Deidre L. O'Connor.
1222 Brushwood Avenue – $224,900, 1,540 SF (built in 1999), from Michelle L. and L. D. Fox to James Bryan Gunnell.
6001 West Club Lane – $225,000, 1,772 SF (built in 1951), from Doris D. Falconer Trustee to Ultimate Woodworks LLC.
8601 Broadway Avenue – $235,000, 3,006 SF (built in 1948), from Matthew W. Bengston and Lauren R. Chaloupka to Nathan Schrenk.
6390 White Oak Road – $250,000, 2,562 SF (built in 2006), from James W. and T. S. Taylor to Jerry W. Shelton, Jr.
2308 Cox Road – $252,500, 1,137 SF (built in 1979), from Abdul S. and Asma A. Khan to Carlos A. Valladares.
2425 Bridgehaven Terrace – $253,000, 1,606 SF (built in 1996), from Valentina Lyaker to Bao Zhu Qiu and Xiu Zhi Yang.
4220 English Holly Circle – $253,500, 1,366 SF (built in 2000), from C. Donald and Joan E. Hayden to Shelby J. Winn.
8807 Avalon Drive – $265,000, 1,393 SF (built in 1957), from Cris R. and F. V. Anderson to Rodger K. Hudson III and Betty M. Hudson.
6032 Bremo Road – $268,000, 1,179 SF (built in 1985), from Mary L. Sauer to Christine V. Warhurst.
7525 Settlers Ridge Court – $274,800 (vacant site), from Settlers 34 LLC to Lawrence C. and Valerie T. Heartley.
11430 Hayloft Lane – $276,750 (vacant site), from M. E. Sadler LLC to Eagle Construction of Va. LLC.
4405 Glasgow Road – $298,847 (vacant site), from Oglethorpe Park LLC to H. Padmanabhan and M. Lakshmi Narayanan.
4209 Saunders Tavern Trail #A – $299,017 (vacant site), from S.M. Saunders Station LLC to Bradford and Neva Ryffel.
8321 Forge Road – $331,025 (vacant site), from W. L. Stinson Inc. to Mark and Carla Tinsley.
12224 Valleybrook Drive – $370,000, 2,372 SF (built in 1994), from Kyle P. and Christina H. Evans to William Raymond Ritenour and Brownie Beahm.
11613 Coachmans Carriage Place – $400,000, 3,316 SF (built in 2005), from Shelly Ben-Shahar Trust to Josephbhal and Sarojben J. Mecwan.
5205 Wheat Ridge Place – $427,950, 2,776 SF (built in 2002), from George H. Cauble III and Eva H. Cauble to Gravis L. Sung and Winnie Ma.
1111 Marney Court – $635,000, 3,732 SF (built in 2015), from Gaskins & Patterson Inc. to Marvin P. and Cathy P. Daniel.
1115 Marney Court – $639,900, 3,271 SF (built in 2015) from Gaskins & Patterson Inc. to Crystal R. Kornblau.
8002 Spottswood Road – $657,000, 2,941 SF (built in 1941), from Vincent A. Wood II and M. M. P. Wood to Robert M. Pounders and Jennifer Shepard.
5500 Axe Handle Terrace – $721,971, 3,820 SF (built in 2016), from Lifestyle Builders and Developers Inc. to Edward Allen Ohman and Jennifer H. Easter.
306 Westoe Road – $995,000, 3,816 SF (built in 1960), from Michael D. and Kristin Neese to Reginald N. and Joy B. Jones.
410 E. Parham Road – $1,000,000 (vacant site), from Windsor Business Park LLC to Magellan Investors LLC.
2500 Darbytown Road – $1,200,000 (Vacant site), from Village of Faith Ministries to Sauer Properties Inc.
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McEachin to host Henrico town hall meeting

U.S. Congressman Donald McEachin (VA-4th District) will host a town hall meeting Aug. 29 at the Eastern Government Center, 3820 Nine Mile Road in Henrico. The event will run from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. and is open to the public. McEachin will address issues raised by attendees and provide details about services available through his office. > Read more.

Nonprofit awards $38k in book scholarships

The KLM Scholarship Foundation awarded more than $38,000 in book scholarships to 36 students during its 2017 Book Scholarship Awards Ceremony at Linwood Holton Elementary School in Richmond Aug. 5. The students will attend 14 Virginia colleges in the fall. Each has excelled academically, maintaining a 3.0 GPA or better, while demonstrating strong community leadership qualities.

WWBT/NBC12 Raycom Media Vice President and General Manager Kym Grinnage was the guest speaker. > Read more.

Dave Peppler, pastor

Dave Peppler, pastor of Chamberlayne Baptist Church, remembers the epiphany he had on a cold afternoon in northern Ohio when God gave him a sense of direction, after he had been wondering what life had in store for him. It was then that he knew that he wanted to become a pastor and serve God.

Peppler, a Delaware native who grew up in Ohio, was ordained in Brownsboro, Ky. in 1998, but his education didn't end there. > Read more.

International goals

A group of youth soccer players – most from Henrico – and local soccer coaches spent a week in Kazakhstan this month as part of a VCU Center for Sport Leadership program.

The group's trip to Astana, Kazakhstan was made possible by a $700,000 grant awarded to CSL Executive Director Carrie LeCrom by the U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Education and Cultural Affairs through its Sports Diplomacy Division. > Read more.

Henrico promotional company changes name

Henrico-based brand merchandising company NewClients, Inc. has changed its name to Boost Promotional Branding.

The company is one of the nation's largest in the branded merchandise industry. Founded in 1981, its serves more than 5,000 clients – including many Fortune 500 companies – nationwide. > Read more.

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