Henrico County property transactions, Nov. 7-13

A sample of property transactions during this period appear below:

18 Southern Court – $70,500, 1,454 SF (built in 1977), from Paul E. Staton to A Solodar Properties LLC.
18 North Lake Avenue – $75,000, 1,049 SF (built in 1925), from Louella M. and P. R. B. Stuart Life Int. to Curtis P. Feigel.
434 Roxana Road – $102,000, 1,007 SF (built in 1974), from Welch Homes LLC to BT Properties LLC.
2502 Lauderdale Drive – $122,000, 1,072 SF (built in 1980), from Walter L. Conner, Jr. and D. H. Conner to Lauderdale Drive 23233 Land Trust.
11602 Timberly Waye – $138,000, 1,012 SF (built in 1983), from Maranda Wash to John C. and Mercedes Tarongoy.
1731 Foxfire Circle – $159,000, 1,521 SF (built in 1980), from Roger D. and Julia A. Morrow to Scott M. Kiscaden.
2924 Mary Beth Lane – $162,000, 1,376 SF (built in 1996), from Kristin L. Schmidt to Staci S. Barner.
2622 Parkside Avenue – $180,000, 1,205 SF (built in 1987), from Joan G. and M. A. G. Harrison to Jose A. Espinoza.
3005 Dillyn Court – $191,000, 1,572 SF (built in 2016), from Monarch Land LLC to Lorraine and Tyquann Woods.
9115 Crystalwood Lane – $199,900, 2,144 SF (built in 1965), from Martha Calloway to Victoria Lewis.
3804 Malpas Drive – $203,000, 1,779 SF (built in 1970), from Ellen P. Beers to Robert W. and Diane T. Neuls.
9301 Minna Drive – $210,000, 1,362 SF (built in 1962), from Wallace L. Morris to Scott C. Nugent and Marie D. Phillips.
9405 Emmett Road – $215,000, 1,832 SF (built in 1976), from Bernard A. Fox, Jr. and M. W. Fox to Rosemarie A. and Philip James Basham.
2301 Cox Road – $219,950, 1,422 SF (built in 1985), from Timothy J. and E. O. Daigneau to Ryan M. Patton and Julianne Guillard.
9600 Dove Hollow Lane – $225,000, 1,902 SF (built in 1994), from Myrna M. and R. B. L. Balducci to Cory and Jessica L. Isemann.
2002 Dresden Road – $232,500, 1,425 SF (built in 1961), from Joan Gordon to Christopher M. and Meredith B. Nystrom.
2801 Chapelwood Lane – $249,000, 1,787 SF (built in 1995), from Jae Suk Jeng to Reda and Sara Hanna.
2465 Marions Lane – $260,360, 1,896 SF (built in 2016), from HHHunt Providence LLC to Susan L. Bailey.
2516 Marions Way – $269,980, 1,912 SF (built in 2016), from HHHunt Providence LLC to Desmond M. and Stacey D. Pagan and M. L. Jeffries.
3916 Houze Terrace – $288,500, 2,268 SF (built in 2010), from Nathan L. and Amanda B. Smith to Kelli L. Preston.
4406 Duncan Park Lane – $295,890 (vacant site), from Oglethorpe Park LLC to Pankaj and Chhavi Kansal.
4206 Bon Secours Parkway #B – $299,348 (vacant site), from SM Saunders Station LLC to John Stephen Smith.
4812 Cedar Branch Court – $308,000, 2,335 SF (built in 1991), from Denis V. Roose to Daniel R. Douglass and Wenli Yan.
7823 Wistar Woods Place – $322,000 (vacant site), from Meridian Land Holdings LLC to NVR Inc.
300 North Ridge Road, #37 – $325,000, 1,560 SF (built in 1976), from Barbara M. Crane to Marshall A. and Archer C. Burke.
5042 Lewisetta Drive – $355,000, 1,804 SF (built in 2010), from Charles R. and Elizabeth K. Gregory to Nelson G. and Kay B. Loving.
1105 Hill Circle – $364,500, 2,116 SF (built in 1942), from Whitney R. Williamson and Sarah R. Gundlach to Daniel J. and Jacqueline H. Dwyer.
5117 Shimmering Place – $370,000 (vacant site), from Welford Properties LLC to NVR Inc.
9613 Mountain Cove Court – $382,000, 3,097 Sf (built in 2011), from Edward F. and Kristina B. Lamb to David John and Barbara Ann Knapstein.
7624 Bryn Mawr Road – $536,000, 3,120 SF (built in 1951), from G. S. Richardson III and K. J. R. Richardson to Sean M. and Paige R. Healy.
416 Hampton Ridge Court – $550,000, 2,757 (built in 1995), from William T. and Christine G. Shands to Brian J. and Liv G. Schneider.
12136 Manor Walk Drive – $555,276 (vacant site), from Bacova Development Company LLC to Joseph and Heidi Pope.
9501 Nassington Court – $585,000, 3,764 SF (built in 2007), from William R. Hill III to Mavins and Jason L. Hetherington Trustees.
12240 Manor Crossing Drive – $601,478 (vacant site), from Bacova Development Company LLC to Mingwu Xin.
1127 Marney Court – $625,700, 5,448 SF (built in 2016), from Gaskins and Patterson Inc. to Robert M. and Susan B. Horne.
8426 Sleepy Duck Place – $699,000, 3,160 SF (built in 2016), from A. Norton and S. W. Lauher to Henry Kent Savedge and Tara McNeal.
8905 Alendale Road – $865,000, 3,758 SF (built in 1950), from Stephen S. and C. F. Fargis to Thomas D. and Samantha L. McLean.
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