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REAL ESTATE GUIDE

Upper Arlington

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featured home rivate retreat in Upper Arlington features a wonderful five bedroom home with attached indoor pool, wooded culde-sac, three car garage, walk-out lower level and more. If you've seen this home before you'll be impressed by the updates recently made. Great light, bright kitchen with stainless appliances updated baths and neutral decor now compliment the fantastic stainless indoor pool. Guest suite over garage and incredible wooded setting make this one of the nicest current offerings today.

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about the agents ed and Barbara Lach, a professional Real Estate Team, with a combination of over 45 years of experience in representing Buyers and Sellers in the transfer of real property. Ted and Barbara have stayed successful by providing honest and ethical real estate representation from listing to closing. Their sterling reputation has come from their attention to detail, quality relationships and premier skills of negotiation. If you are considering the sale or purchase of real estate you should consider working with the best.Your home is one of the largest single investments in your life. Take time to interview Realtors before you make a decision. Ted and Barbara invite you to interview them. Coldwell Banker, King Thompson 1-614-451-0808.

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UPPER ARLINGTON HOMELIFE

January 10, 2013

JANE STONE, G.R.I.

Lifelong Resident of Upper Arlington

◆ Over 38 years experience ◆ The Quality Choice Award for 100% Customer Satisfaction ◆ 2012 O.A.R. Presidents Sales Club Award of Distinction ◆ 2011 International Presidents Circle Award for Outstanding Sales ◆ 2011 Presidents Council Award – Top 10% in Office ◆ 2011 Top 10 Small Teams Award

Johanna Lopez

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29 years real estate experience Assistant to Jane Stone

jane.stone@kingthompson.com

1,422-square-foot Quimby is an ideal starter home

The Quimby (D3010) with its 1,422 square feet would be ideal as a starter home. It is compactly designed for those hard-to-fit lots. It can have a full,

unfinished basement, adding extra space for the future. It has a beautifully simple facade, accented by the arched covered porch entry.

Successfully Selling UA for 38 Years! In This Market, Experience & Knowledge Have Made All the Difference!

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THE ULTIMATE!

Premier house & street! This stately home offers 5 BRs that include 2 owners stes, 6.5 baths, formal rms, natural wd, gourmet kit. w/gran., 3 car gar., patio. Lot 150x206. Exceptional renovation & addition! ON2294

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On the OSU Golf Course! Beautiful half acre lot! Prime location! Call for details!

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3 BR, 1 full 2 half BA! LR & DR, kitchen w/newer appls. California closets, curved staircase! Brick patio overlooks green space! A great place to live w/pool, tennis court & clubhouse! Price $127,000

SOUTH OF LANE!

Royce Built! Quality Home! Elegant foyer, 3 bedrooms, 4½ baths, formal rooms, family room off kitchen, rec room. Lovely backyard and patio, 3 car garage. CHARACTER! Price $739,000 CH2165

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Stately English Tudor in OLD UA! 4 bedroom, 3.5 baths, spacious formal rooms, natural wood! Curved staircases, rec room, lot 173 x 113! Walk to schools and shopping. Beautiful! CO2470

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Overlooking the 11th hole & 12th tee of S.C.C. This majestic home has 5 BRs includes a 1600 sq ft. luxurious owners suite. 5.2 BAs! Elegant formal rms & a magnificent kit & FR! Exceptional quality throughout! Privacy! $1,150,000 TR2559

Opening the door to the Quimby brings one face-to-face with the large open great room. A closet and the stairs to the basement are located on the right. The great room has a huge fireplace on the rear wall, surrounded by large windows. The dining room is in the right rear corner with a door to the covered patio on the side. The kitchen forms a square with stove and cabinets on one side and the sink with a garden window and refrigerator on the other. The utility room is adjacent with a large storage closet and a door opening into the two-car garage. A large storage area is situated at the rear of the garage. The left side of the Quimby is dedicated to the bedrooms. The master suite with a coffered ceiling is in the rear. A large corner walk-in closet is on the right side and the master bath is on the left. Dual sinks, a corner Please see QUIMBY, pg. 4

TOP 100 REAL ESTATE DEALS THIS WEEK Which area of central Ohio has the hottest real estate market right now? How much did that house sell for down the street? How much are homes in your community compared to homes across town? You’ll find the answers to those questions in ThisWeek’s exclusive Top 100 Real Estate Deals This Week. This list picks out 100 of the area’s home and condominium transactions for a given week. All sales occurred within the ThisWeek circulation area. Listed here is the address of the property sold, the buyer’s name and the sale price. All information is provided by CompuName of Westerville. Blacklick 2508 Colts Neck Rd; Andrew T. Reich, Leslie D. Reich; $686,000. 7435 Trevenia Dr; Andrew T. Moore, Stacey Renee Moore; $393,000. Dublin 7032 Bordeaux Ct; David Slagel, Lori Slagel; $1,125,000. 6620 Ballantrae Pl; Christine Diane Hill Wilson; $510,000. 5027 Noor Park Cir; Muhammad Akhtar, Huda Qureshi; $374,200. 9369 Pratolino Villa Dr; PNC Bank NA; $355,000. 7588 Windsor Dr; Jeremy D. Havrila, Jennifer L. Havrila; $350,000. 8109 Grant Dr; Douglas L. Hodge, Danielle C. Hodge; $585,000. 8694 Dunsinane Dr; Shelley R. Rodcliffe; $570,000. 8351 Tartan Fields Dr; R. Ryan Borland, Rachel Borland; $556,000. 6150 Enke Ct; Scott A. Middleton, Christy L. Middleton; $424,000. 5819 Saint Anns Ct; James J. Hughes III, Kathleen R. Hughes; $405,000. Hilliard 4784 Coltview Ct; Kevin M. Measelle, Jenna C. Algie; $315,000. 4129 Stoneroot Dr; Roger W. Bryant, Bethany A. Bryant; $307,000.

4601 Stoneworth Dr; Louis W. Pompi, Betsy E. Pompi; $263,530. 4610 Stoneworth Dr, Unit 57; John M. Mathew, Esther A. Mathew; $263,230. Lewis Center 4983 Polar Court; Todd H. Ewers; $345,000. 2686 Big Sur Dr; Nicholas A. Brown, Mary T. Brown; $339,900. 4327 E Bay Circle; Jason B. Watson; $339,000. 1652 Little Bear Loop; Shane P. Miller, Anglica M. Uribe-Miller; $328,000. 2857 Jeannie Ct; Manisha Meshram; $325,000. 7008 Greenspire Dr; Andrew G. Murphy, Amanda E. Murphy; $321,110. 1643 Little Bear Loop; Steven V. Eschman; $320,000. 2821 Prairie Dr; Mark Love, Angela D. Love; $314,900. 3710 W Bay Circle; Jeffrey W. Hume, Julie L. Hume; $307,900. New Albany 4141 Belmont Pl; Suzanne Carter; $739,500. 1310 Harrison Pond Dr; James D. Perko, Jr., Acacia M. Perko; $273,000. Plain City 10370 Summersweet Way; Ian M. Kimmel, Aimee S. Valentine; $351,993. 8600 Harriott Rd; Anita L. Hughes, Kristopher Ostrand; $150,000. Powell 4910 Bridgewater Dr; Bradley C. Conklin, Morgan Taylor-Nieves; $650,000. 1903 Carriage Rd; Robert A. Myatt, Tracy Myatt; $437,500. 8704 Coldwater Dr; Paul A. Leary III, Christal M. Leary; $412,000. 8371 Dolman Dr; Steve R. Hisaw; $355,000. 6817 Letterman Dr; Shrikrishna W. Dhawale, Shree S. Dhawale; $303,114. 5283 Fairlane Dr; Jason M. Spencer, Hillary A. Spencer; $289,000.

Reynoldsburg 8275 Reynoldswood Dr; James G. Clymer; $161,135. 222 Spinosa St; Jocelyn M. Vastano; $160,131. Westerville 8314 Harlem Rd; Ronald Ritchey, Jr.; $500,000. 91 Gibson Pl; Michael E. Reese, Stacey E. Reese; $366,305. 771 Waterton Dr; Thomas J. Serenko; $269,000. 4493 South Old 3 C Hwy; James C. Canter, Ann M. Canter; $600,000. 5580 Wild Pine Court; Anant Manu, Barbara A. Manu; $470,000. 5190 Medallion DrE; Gregor G. Scott, Deborah M. Scott; $445,000. 6495 Spring Run Rd; Dale R. Aamodt, Marcia L. Aamodt; $420,000. 786 Southbliff Dr; Sassan Attari, Rochelle Attari; $360,000. 5001 Sunbury Rd; Michael A. Carpenter, Rebecca Lynn Carpenter; $352,000. 6576 Montchanin Court; Joan K. Bauman; $326,000. 5524 Bellerive Place; Brian S. Mcpherson, Lynn Mcpherson; $307,000. 7136 Fisher Pond Ln; James M.

Kollmer; $296,672. 651 Deer Trail; Shon Robinson, Tammy R. Robinson; $295,000. 7852 Talon Circle; Xiaoyiang Zhang; $273,000. Worthington 6932 Perry Dr; Jonathan D. Hollister, Lanie D. Hollister; $360,000. 1573 Buckshot Ct; Joel E. Jacobsen, Lynda J. Jacobsen; $225,000. Canal Winchester 6563 Braddock Pl; James T. Witt, Jennifer L. Witt; $238,490. 7621 Maple Trunk Dr; Mary K. Atlas Leeper Christman; $157,555. Galloway 1007 Barclay Dr; Dustin Vance, Courtney Vance; $209,000. 488 Mogul Dr; William F. Dodson; $193,931. 1000 Thornapple Grove; Joseph N. Garner, Lynn H. Garner; $175,000. Grove City 5748 Buckeye Pkwy; Shane S. Williams, Mila A. Williams; $335,000. 1238 Carnoustie Cir; Joe Anderson, Linda Anderson; $241,500. 2825 Woods Crescent; Clint A. Ford, Amanda R. Ford; $225,000. 1849 Pinnacle Dr; James R. Gilliland, Jennifer Gilliland; $218,000. 5006 Demorest Dr; Phillip A.

Freeman, Cynthia K. Freeman; $212,000. Groveport 4838 Briargrove Dr; Barney Raye; $179,500. 5050 McIntosh St; Dwight Michael Bell; $160,000. Clintonville/North University 376 Tibet Rd; Shelley T. Duling; $390,000. 197 E Tompkins St; Elizabeth Clark Fisher, Susan Warwick Fisher; $164,000. German Village 1027 City Park Ave; Robert C. Claxton; $930,000. 835 Mohawk St; Douglas Borror, Trustee, Zachary M. Sugarman; $485,000. 651 S Sixth St; Sonia L. King, Colleen L. Murphy; $333,000. 902 Mohawk St; Natalie DiSabato; $325,000. Bexley/E. Columbus 476 N Parkview Ave; Judson Lee Depew, Karly C. Depew; $410,000. 240 N Cassingham Rd; Joshua S. Haverick, Ericka N. Haverick; $285,000. 240 N Ardmore Rd; Anthony T. Groh, Sarah E. Groh; $275,000. TriVillage/Arlington 1548 Roxbury Rd; Stephen W. Kight, Stephanie F. Kight; $500,250. 1774 Westwood Ave; Garett R. Marcum; $362,000. Whitehall/E. Columbus 3369 E Main St; Easy Step; $204,000. 6119 Pasqual Ave; Tracy Sharp; $150,000. Beechwold/Clintonville 654 Overlook Dr; James A. Shaw; $285,000. 152 Winthrop Rd; Enayet Rasul, Nicole Pierron Rasul; $262,500. 71 Acton Rd; Albert M. Johnston, Jessica E. Johnston; $237,500. 229 Richards Rd; Nathaniel A. McGill, Mallory L. McGill; $227,000.

Arlington/NW Columbus (N. of Fishinger) 2641 Sandover Rd; Matthew D. Arthur, Ann K. Arthur; $510,000. 4648 Barrymede Ct; Gary R. Young, Ann D. Young; $425,000. 4176 Nottinghill Gate Rd; Renee E. McClain, Trustee; $391,200. Upper Arlington 2469 Canterbury Rd; Frank D. Combs, Melissa L. Combs; $357,000. 3076 Scioto Trace; Tracy L. Bradford, Rocky D. Bradley; $279,000. Northland (S. of Morse) 4420 Wanda Lane Rd; Ronald T. Talley, Wanda J. Talley; $123,500. 1298 Fowler Dr; Peggy A. Hemmer; $107,000. Far East Side (N. of Refugee) 1075 Bernhard Rd; Russell P. Tynes; $112,000. Northland (N. of Morse) 1428 Bolenhill Ave; Gladys Hurtado; $129,900. 2267 E Maplewood Dr; Jennifer Hope Raschke; $111,800. 6166 Bellmeadow Dr; Cheri L. Woodrick; $110,000. Gahanna 239 N Crossing Creek; Timothy J. Harpster, Beth A. Harpster; $373,100. 810 Aries Dr; Michael R. Sammons, Kristin K. Sammons; $248,000. 204 Caswell Dr; Colin P. Doty, Emily T. Doty; $234,900. 4010 Legend; Carol Ann Lombardi, Trustee; $155,000. Worthington West 844 N Clubview Blvd; Marsha R. Pond; $274,000. 7042 Cloverdale Ln; Michael P. McGowan, Cynthia Lou McGowan, trs.; $245,000. 7518 Varick St; Nathan D. Wortman; $228,000. 940 Medinah Terrace; Jeri A. O’Donnell; $223,000. For more information on obtaining additional home sales transactions in central Ohio, call CompuName at (614) 325-3176.


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Six good reasons to buy a new home this year Is 2013 your year to become a homeowner? Most people who choose a New Year’s resolution typically pick a goal to achieve or habit to break, but 2013 may be the year that they resolve to buy their first home. The reasons for first-time home buyers to invest now just keep adding up. Setting goals and adopting good habits, such as

Jerry White Real Estate Matters saving more, reducing debt and improving credit scores, will put first timers in a good position to get what they want in the New Year.

Here are 6 reasons to invest in real estate in 2013: 1. Mortgage interest rates continue to remain at historic lows. 2. As rents

continue to rise, owning a home makes more financial sense and can be cost-saving. 3. New and improved technology make finding the right home in the best location an easier and enjoyable task. 4. Historically positive home appreciation rates increase decade to decade. 5. Rising

consumer confidence, improved employment numbers and pentup demand are motivating buyers to get off the fence. 6. More than simply a place to live, owning a home is a smart investment. The Federal Reserve’s Survey of Consumer Finances has consistently found that those who own a

home amass greater wealth than those who rent.

Jerry White is executive vice president of operations for Coldwell Banker King Thompson and past Realtor of the Year for the Columbus Board of Realtors. Career Marketplace

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complete the bath area. Between the master suite and the other two bedrooms is another full

bath with a tub. Bedroom 2 has a wall closet with a large window ledge on one

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end. Bedroom 3 is like bedroom 2, however, there are a few unique features in this room. The ceiling is a 10-foot ceiling and there is an option of placing French doors on the wall that would open into the entry. This way, instead of having a third bedroom, this room could be used as an office, with easy access from the front door. This home is so compact in its layout, but it has so much potential if the basement is added. Once finished,

Home Design it could have a huge family room, theatre room, more bedrooms, or whatever might be needed. The Quimby could be expanded as the family expanded and grew.

The Quimby (D3010) is the Landmark Designs Inc. plan of the week. Up to 30 percent off construction plans is offered. Call 800-562-

1151 or visit ldiplans.com for details. A $25 study plan also is available, consisting of an artist rendering, elevations, floor plans and cross section. Order online or send payment using the discount code LLM30 to Landmark Designs Inc. PO Box 5625 Eugene, Ore. 97405, and be sure to indicate the Quimby (D3010).

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Your Real Estate is My Business What should I do to make my home sell? How much is my home worth? Should I remodel my house or buy a new one? Should I Sell now?

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