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For more information, see realtor’s office ads for open house times. L. Steve Castlen Realtors 2736 Morningside Drive Mike Boling

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Tony Clark Realtors 2106 Village Run Angela Clark

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L. Steve Castlen Realtors 1901 Celebration Circle Stacy Boarman

L. Steve Castlen Realtors 3900 ThrustonDermont Road Mike Boling

L. Steve Castlen Realtors 11609 Coleman Road Kent Selby

L. Steve Castlen Realtors 3765 Locust Hill Drive West Anndrea Mahoney

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Tony Clark Realtors 512 St. Ann St. Angela Clark

L. Steve Castlen Realtors 6525 Foster Road Mike Boling

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Risner & Associates 703 Griffith Ave. Hope Margelot

L. Steve Castlen Realtors 2314 Triple Crown Way Stacy Boarman

Rose Realty 2305 Venetian Way Connie Jo Molen

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L. Steve Castlen Realtors 2731 W. Second St. Diane Brancato

Home Realty Inc. 1124 Potomac Court Connie Barnett WEST

L. Steve Castlen Realtors 7765 Lyddane Bridge Road Carrie Jones

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RISNER & ASSOCIATES REALTY, INC.

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270-9261400

JoAnn Risner Broker/Owner

Stephanie Miller Realtor®/Broker

Joetta O'Brien Realtor®

Pat O’Brien Realtor®

Hope Margelot Realtor®

270-570-3939 270-929-3140 270-313-3032 270-929-0838

270-316-5476 NEW

$4,000,000

$629,000

Carolyn Niehaus Realtor®

Jim Yeckering Realtor®

270-702-1315

270-836-4440

$1,100,000

121 E. 2nd Street

Former McAtee Department Store building in Owensboro's downtown. Excellent Condition. New roof and HVAC systems in 2016. Each floor is unique and the building is well suited for multiple users and easily modified to accommodate retail, boutique hotel and/or restaurant uses. Connected directly to the parking garage. Adjacent to the Riverpark Center, Museum and downtown businesses, restaurants, shopping, park, riverfront, hotels, and convention center. Call JoAnn Risner 270-570-3939. MLS#76897

DOWNTOWN $1,200,000

104 E. 4th & Allen Streets 1.6 downtown acres. Includes 7 locations w/6 bldgs. Call JoAnn Risner 270-570-3939 or Hope Margelot 270-316-5476. MLS #76866

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991 W. 1st Street

A must see for this awesome Ohio River view! This beautiful 4BR/3BA home has been completely remodeled throughout...not a single detail overlooked. Spectacular views of the Ohio River and beautiful landscaped backyard. Also includes use of a swimming pool. This home is within walking distance to Owensboro's booming Downtown District with live entertainment, restaurants, and shopping. Call JoAnn Risner 270-570-3939. MLS#78528

OPEN HOUSE SAT. MARCH 14th • 11:00-12:30

$525,000 $449,900 703 Griffith Ave.

802 Hathaway

104 E. 4th Downtown office with 7,292 square feet $4,000 month plus deposit. 1st Floor has 6 large offices. 2nd Floor has an additional 4 offices. Breakroom and storage also available. Large parking area. Call JoAnn Risner 270-570-3939 or Hope Margelot 270-316-5476. MLS#77940

36 Stone Creek

Not every home has a 1800 sq ft guest house w/bath and a half overlooking a beautiful pool. This house is a dream, so many gorgeous amenities you must see for yourself. Come walk through the hand cut mahogany front doors and experience luxury from every corner. JoAnn Risner 270570-3939 MLS# 70767

Central location - 15 unit apartment building that are 1 bedroom 1 bath. Extra unit was a laundromat that is not currently in use and could be converted into an additional apartment. New roof in 2017, and most apartments have been renovated. Call JoAnn Risner 270-570-3939 or Hope Margelot 270-316-5476. MLS#78400

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$112,900

Corner lot with charm awaits you on the prestigious Griffith Ave. This unique home has been renovated and has character galore in this 5BR/4BA home starting with beautiful flooring, tall triple tray ceilings, a formal dinning room and living room, a large kitchen with 2 walk in pantries, archways, a basement and much more! Call Hope Margelot 270-316-5476. MLS#78392

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2954 Veach Road

3831 Rudy Martin

3 bedroom/1 bath. Kitchen/dining room area. Call JoAnn Risner 270-570-3939 or Hope Margelot 270-316-5476. MLS#78444

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1845 Fogle Road MLS#76652

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How to: Create a landscape that’s beautiful & budget-friendly Homeowners understandably envy the awardworthy photo spreads in lawn and garden magazines, wanting to emulate those same looks on their own properties. Scores of designers and landscape architects are involved in the process of creating those amazing lush lawns and per fectly placed plantings. Although not every homeowner has the budget to create lavish landscape designs, it’s still possible to create a lawn to be proud of. • Establish your budget: The first step in any project is to determine how much money you can devote to the job. Once you have established the budget, all other factors can be built around it. • Find an inspiration piece: Great landscapes are inspired by many things, whether it’s a memorable piece of art or a landscape layout in a lawn and gardening magazine. Use photos of other gardens or neighbors’ yards as inspiration and build off of them. As long as the theme is cohesive, it will look pleasing to the eye. • Consider the space and how you want to use it: Understanding the space available will help you better allocate your budget. If your yard is more of a retreat, look for ways to create privacy and a vaca-

tion feel. If you have kids and entertaining friends stand your climate. is a main priority, focus on recreational aspects, • Consider perennial plants: Perennials may such as a pool, playset and some durable plants. cost more at the outset, but the savings will be realUnderstanding how to allocate your budget will ized in the years to come. help you to avoid spending money frivolously. • Hire a professional: It may seem counterintui• Think about reclaimed or repurposed mate- tive to spend money on a landscaping professional rials: Brand new items can quickly eat up a bud- when you’ve established a strict budget, but that’s get. However, repurposing salvaged or one way to save money. Landscape artists inexpensive items can stretch that budget Understanding or garden designers have the experience while adding some unique flair to a land- the space you to guide you in the right direction and help scape. See if you can find an outdoor patio have available you avoid potentially costly mistakes. set that someone is giving away or selling • Use gravel in spots where plants for a lower price. All it takes is a coat of will help you don’t thrive: Gravel is an inexpensive paint and some new cushions to make it better allocate landscaping material that can fill in voids look like new. Discarded bricks or stones your budget. where plants or ground cover simply do can be worked into a patio space or used not flourish. Those working on limited to create raised garden beds. Purchase inexpensive budgets may be happy to learn gravel is typically flower pots and then paint them to make them look less expensive than concrete or pavers. like stone or another desired material. • Ask friends or family for clippings: Don’t • Buy native plants: Native plants, shrubs, trees, be shy about admiring the plantings of those you and flowers will fare better than non-native, exotic know. Ask if you can have some clippings to propaplants. That means you’ll have to spend less time gate yourself. These clippings can turn into lush and money nurturing them into health, and less plants in no time — with no additional spending money having to replace plants that cannot with- required.


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4047 Hayden Rd.

Beautiful 3 BR, 2 bath brick home has been completely updated & remodeled from top to bottom. Home went through a major overhaul & is ready for a new owner. Location is great! You can be to the hospital, bustling 54 area or on the bypass in mere minutes. Kitchen features all new cabinets w/granite counter tops, LED lighting, flooring, under the cabinet lighting & new stainless appliance. The master suite is huge & features a large walk in closet & a master bath w/tub, tiled shower, double vanity w/granite & a stylish barn door entry. Guest bath has been completely redone as well along with the other two BRs, living room & dining area. Home also features a walk-out-bsmt. that is open & ready to be used for more bedrooms, office space, game room, etc. this space is ready to be whatever you may need. Property is just shy of an acre & features a det. garage & other out building for all of your toys, storage, etc. Priced at $279,900, call me for your private showing. MLS #78160

2499 Winning Colors Way

Move-in-ready one owner home in Keeneland Trace with 3 bedrooms and 2 baths on the main level and a large bonus room upstairs that can be a 4th bedroom, office, game room or whatever fits the needs of the owner. There is also over 300 square feet upstairs that could easily be finished out for extra living space as well. This corner lot home features an open floor plan and functions very well. The kitchen features granite counter tops, lots of cabinet space, a large pantry and bar for those quick meals on the go. The master is spacious and has a large walk in closet and the master bath is as clean and neat as they come with a walk in shower. The additional bedrooms are good size and as clean as the rest of the home. This home is close to shopping, many companies, easy by-pass access, so you can be almost anywhere in Owensboro fast. Don’t miss out! $179,900 MLS - 78520

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10 Stone Creek Park

This Prestigious home features almost 6000 sq ft of updated living space. You enter the front door to an open foyer with marble tile and crown molding galore. The main level of this beautiful home features a remodeled kitchen w/ African granite counters, custom lighting and tile flooring. A total of four bedrooms and four and a half baths are also on the 1ts floor, including the master suite with its own fireplace, thick crown molding, private bath and walk-in closet. Also, the main level includes: formal dining room w/Bamboo flooring, living room w/ fireplace, sitting area and laundry. Like to entertain? There is room just for that! The entertainment room boast soaring cathedral ceilings, accented with wood from floor to ceiling, wet bar & hot tub. You have to experience this home to truly appreciate it! This home is at $105 sq ft, which is a bargain for the area and a MUST SEE! MLS # 78416

REDUCED! $67,500!

9037 Aubrey Rd, Maceo

1218 Daviess Street

3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, Over 2000 sq. ft. $85,500 MLS 78007

3 bedrooms, large lot, easy access to Hwy 60. MLS 78152

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68 Hartford Street - Fordsville

3 bedrooms, 3 baths, Covered Back Porch, In the Heart of Town. $121,500. MLS 78039

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180 Maple Leaf Dr. - Ohio Co.

Completely Updated! Everything is New! 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath, large lot! $119,900 MLS 78243

270-993-5813 4119 Hawthorne

3 Bedrooms, Over 1600 Sq. Ft. Great Location. $95,000 MLS - 78296

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5042 St. Rt 69 MLS 78176

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These home building trends top 2020’s list T hese days, home trends are about more than good design and aesthetics — they’re about creating spaces that reflect our values and are more comfortable and enjoyable to live in. From net-zero and net-positive construction to tiny minimalist homes, trends are all about your family’s lifestyle. Whether you’re shopping for a new home, renovating your own or creating a new build from scratch, here are some of the biggest trends you need to know for inspiration.

SUSTAINABLE DESIGN

This one has been popular for a long time, but green design has evolved to be about much more than energy-efficient appliances and LED light bulbs. Now, it’s all about making sure everything in your home reduces your carbon footprint and minimizes any impact on the environment. To try the trend yourself, think big and get creative — install solar panels on your roof, choose building materials that don’t require deforestation and upcycle old furniture for decorative elements instead of buying new.

DISASTER RESILIENCY rating of up to four hours. Climate change affects us in so many negative ways, and one of OUTDOOR LIVING the top concerns is the increase in Many of us are now choosing to natural disasters. From wildfires that forgo getting a cottage or summer last for months to major floods that home and recreate the experience in affect entire cities, we our own backyards. now need to prepare This trend helps you for the worst when make the most of your Install solar panels building our homes. existing space and Switching to take full advantage on your roof, choose disaster-resilient of your yard or patio building materials materials is an during the summer that don’t require important first step. months. deforestation and Many builders now You can design prefer to use stronger, a full living space upcycle old furniture more energy-effioutside, complete with for decorative cient materials like an outdoor television elements instead insulated concrete and comfy couches, forms (ICFs) instead of buying new. as well as a kitchen of more traditional and refrigerator for materials like entertaining. Consider wood. For example, Nudura ICFs adding a fireplace or firepit to keep can withstand winds of up to 250 warm during cool summer nights and miles per hour (equivalent to an F4 enjoy the outdoors through spring, tornado) and offer a fire protection fall and even winter if you’re brave.

electronic devices. HOME AUTOMATION This is another longstanding trend CUSTOMIZATION that shows no signs of slowing down. You don’t have to settle for what It has also evolved to encompass mass manufacturers decide to build, more of the home to make life even or what works for everyone else. more comfortable and convenient. Creating a home that’s as unique From an oven that can be turned on as you are is the remotely to preheat, latest trend, with to skylights that custom-built storage can open and close From an oven that and personalized automatically architectural to create the turns on remotely to features to make perfect ambient preheat, to skylights your space stand temperature, there that can open and close out. are more ways than automatically, there You can even go ever to integrate as far as building smart home are more ways than a custom home technology into your ever to integrate smart that’s suited to your living space. home technology into family. Older home You can start your living space. demolitions and small with voice purchasing land-only assistant and smart properties is becoming light bulbs and work more common, allowing you to work your way up to a total smart home with an architect to create exactly system that includes home security, what you want with a new build. temperature controls and all your


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DECLUTTER YOUR CHILD’S ROOM

By StatePoint

Provide Bins: Use bins to help kids organize toys, art supplies and games, keeping size in mind — the bigger the bin, the harder it is to locate specific toys or objects. While clear bins are great for closets by making it easy for kids to identify their contents, color-coded or decorative bins are more visually appealing options for the playroom. Use Space Wisely: While big toys like kitchens and playhouses of fer up fun, they can take up a lot of playroom real estate. Opt for alternatives that can be taken down when not in use, like pop-up tents, tunnels and playhouses.

Schedule Clean-Up: Set a clean-up schedule that gives kids a role in sorting and putting items back into their correct places. Make a game of it by turning on tunes and seeing who’s the fastest.

Make Smart Furniture Choices: Shelving lets children see what’s available to play with, but toys requiring adult assistance are best stored in closed bins inside a cabinet or closet that’s inaccessible to kids. Closed cabinets have the added benefit of reducing the appearance of clutter. Make sure to secure shelves or furniture to the wall for safety.

Rotate Toys: Rotating toys’ placement inside storage areas will remind kids of all the fun toys they have, and is an excellent boredom-prevention tool.

Donate: Before holidays, birthdays or other occasions when kids are showered with gifts, talk to your child about what toys are no longer used, and give them a second life by passing them on to a neighbor or friend with a younger child or by donating them to a charitable organization. Throw away any toys that are broken, hazardous or recalled.

Get Toys off the Floor: Stepping on certain toys can be painful. A child-sized table offers a stable surface for building brick structures and other creations, plus it gets small toys off the floor.

Use Walls: Maximize space and creativity by installing a whiteboard or chalkboard to use as an art surface. Walls are also a good place to store books.


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NEW LISTING

Nathan Johnson 270-993-6548

2305 VENETIAN WAY

Lovely, updated home in Thoroughbred Acres. All brick exterior, newer dimensional roof, modernized tile, plank flooring in common areas, new carpet in bedrooms. House opened up with nice flow from living to dining and kitchen. Fourth bedroom has gas fireplace or easily serve as second living room, den, or bonus room. Updated plumbing, bathrooms & large master bedroom with on-suite, make this a home you won’t want to miss. $170’s.

Nathan Johnson

MLS # 78092

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Nathan Johnson 270-993-6548 612 E. 7TH ST.

FIRST TIME BUYERS or Investors! Refurbished home with 2 bedrooms, 1 remodeled bath, floors, fresh paint, some new floors, replacement windows. washer, dryer, stove, refrigerator, dishwasher, microwave all included; newer stone driveway, off street parking. Home is READY TO MOVE INTO. $60’s.

Sale Pending MLS #78183

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Mike Garant 270-570-5454

COMMERCIAL PROPERTY

1000 EAST 18TH. ST.

Conveniently located in a high traffic area, commercial property in excellent condition on a corner lot, w/8-plus vehicle blacktop parking lot, over 1040 sq. ft. on main level plus a finished basement. The main level has 4 offices, plus a kitchen, half bath & ample closet space for storage. The finished basement has 3 offices, a storage room w/back up sump pump/security sys. & half bath as well as B-dry system with back up sump pump & security system. Ideal for Real Estate, Insurance or General Business. Zoned B-1. Reduced to $154,900!

270-993-6548

Email: NathanJRealtor@gmail.com

MLS #77581

2006 SCHERM RD

SOLD

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Rose Castlen 270-926-4203 NEW LISTING 2432 DOWNING DR.

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Nice 3 bedroom all brick home. Great location. Master bedroom has walk in closet. Tiled kitchen and bathroom. Updated windows and doors. Newer Roof. Oversized one car garage, fenced backyard. Storage building. Lots of charming features. $120’s.

Listed & SOLD in 6 days

803-261-0576

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MLS #78161

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Nathan Johnson 270-993-6548 6119 SUTTER LP. EAST

Located in Wrights Acres, remodeled

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Mike Garant Realtor

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insulated windows, concrete counter in kitchen & both bathroom sinks. Patio and fenced backyard. $120’s.

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Home is ready to move into! Larger lot. Open concept living room to kitchen, 3 bedroooms, 1 bath, numerous updates/special features: NEW windows, doors, garage doors, driveway, electric panel, water 831 HALL ST. Commercial property (Lot size: 43 x 66) heater, flooring, gutters, downspouts, appliances & 2-car garage. A MUST SEE! Reduced to $139,900. - Formerly an upholstery shop. $50’s! MLS # 78012

Betsy Garant 270-570-0638

Realtor

Connie Jo Molen or call/text 803-261-0576 Connie Jo 1523 PEARL ST. Molen Lots of character here! Large eat in kitchen, full unfinished basement, 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, nice front porch, newer windows, wheelchair accessible and three car detached garage. Central location, close to everything! Reduced to $79,900.

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MLS #78337

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2259 MIDDLEGROUND

Located in Thouroughbred acres, minutes away from the by-pass. Home is equipped with 3 bedrooms and 2 full bathrooms and a 2 car attached garage. Enjoy the open concept with the beautiful dining and living room area. The backyard patio is perfect for entertaining! Home is move in ready with a newer roof, replacement windows and fresh paint. Don’t miss out! Your new home awaits you!! $160’s! MLS #78433

Charming home centrally located on cul-desac. Lots of updates throughout including newer flooring and replacement windows, newer dishwasher, full unfinished basement with space that could be used for third bedroom or bonus room, fenced backyard & two car detached garage, Hurry, this amazing home won’t last long! $90’s! MLS #78537

OPEN HOUSE SAT. 3/14 1:00-3:00pm

MLS # 77090

Betsy Garant Realtor

270-570-0638

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1735 VIRGINIA CT.

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MLS # 78419

Garant 270-570-5454 4164 THRUSTON DERMONT RD. A rare find! Beautiful 4 bedroom 2 bath home on 1.074 acres, very clean & updated, fifireplace replace in great room, patio, attached 2 car garage, barn & shed, vinyl fencing around acreage. A MUST SEE! Reduced to $243,900.

Sale Pending MLS # 76764

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P E R S O N A L S PA C E A FAMILY

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STORY BY JODI KEEN MESSENGER-INQUIRER

PHOTOS BY ANDREW PECK

Tucked into a hillside in Philpot is an excellent opportunity for a homebuyer who appreciates fine craftsmanship and is searching for an optimal dwelling. The home on the 5.5-acre lot at 5065 Jack Hinton Road was borne out of Steve and Stacey Conkright’s desire to enjoy quiet country living in style. “We wanted to live in the east county. ... We drove around for weeks (looking for land),” Steve says. “There was an old farmhouse here that was for sale. We went up and sat on the front porch and said, ‘This is it. This is the property.’ ” The Conkrights purchased the property at auction in the mid-1990s and began a multiyear process of building their dream home. They found a floor plan they liked, tailored it to their tastes and self-contracted the build from there. What emerged is a

true custom build: a modern home that is universally appealing. The 2,800-square-foot main level is decorated in a French country style and employs a split bedroom concept, with the gathering areas flanked by two bedrooms on each side. Gorgeous hardwood graces the front door and entertainment center. The inviting living room is anchored by a gas log fireplace featuring hand-laid masonry, and the adjacent kitchen features solid cherry wood cabinets, Viking appliances and newer sink fixtures. “It’s got an open expanse for entertaining,” Steve says. “It’s got a good flow, from the kitchen to the dining space.” The 2,200-square-foot finished basement functions as a duplicate living space. A full kitchen, living room and dining are open for billiards, air hockey and another fireplace, and there’s large storage space, a full bath and two additional rooms for an office, crafts, fitness or sleeping. Outside, an absolute oasis awaits. The

Conkrights have infused their love of travel into their patio area, which meanders around Italianate landscaping and a fire pit and leads to a freestyle, heated in-ground pool and hot tub surrounded by palms and a handmade wrought iron fence. A retaining wall made of hand-laid stone keeps the adjacent hillside at bay and lends privacy to the north side of the property, while the terrain to the south descends and allows the patio to overlook the private 1.5-acre stocked lake and dock. “The pool area rivals a Caribbean resort,” Steve says. “Being in the woods, riding four-wheelers, fishing ... the kids had a great time.” Attention to detail is the Conkrights’ specialty, and that is evident all across the property. Instead of a simple brick exterior, the Conkrights dressed it with dramatic weeping mortar. In place of a standalone storage shed, the pool house is bricked, shingled and built into the hillside. Agedlooking copper gutters were installed

instead of the typical aluminum or vinyl style. Oversized, heavyweight shingles were installed on the roof. The hardwood flooring is maple (for strength) with a cherry finish (for elegance). Where plain vents would be along the main building and pool house, Old World-style ventilation windows instead grace the exterior. The chimney cap has radius detailing that you’d expect to see atop a historic home. The Conkrights’ house has been the scene of many a gathering of loved ones. The couple has long hosted an annual Derby party, and family and friends have loved visiting to relax and celebrate. “From birthday parties to pool parties to cookouts” — even a wedding and a baptism in the lake — “we’ve done it all,” Steve says. And if you’re a savvy homebuyer, you can, too, at 5065 Jack Hinton Road. Kelly Crabtree and Jeff Day, J&K of Triple Crown Realty Group


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Real Estate Transfers The following real estate transfers were recorded between Jan. 7 to Jan. 28. 313 Stockton Drive, Hayden and Kayleigh Edge to Mary Wimsatt, $142,900 1111 Carter Road, MLB Service LLC to Annah Parsotan, $68,750 2549 Landing Terrace, Kristen Utley to Brian and Lindsay House, $147,500 3707 Cobbleston Court, Angela L. Thompson, master commissioner to U.S. Bank National Association, $168,850 4421 McIntire Crossing, Angela L. Thompson, master commissioner to Ray and Jenny Jones, $88,000 1234 E. Second St., Shelton Bros. Enterprises LLC to G2 Enterprises LLC, $270,000 7206 Kentucky 81, Cheryl Roberts to Byron and Diane Lane, $50,000 2122 Mayfair Ave., Kenneth and Debra Crandall to Hayden and Kayleigh Edge, $265,000 3920 Hawthorne Drive, MPC Land LLC to Nicholas Isabell and Harmony Shalander, $121,900 2920 Lewis Lane, Jennifer Hatcher to Natasha Crandall, $120,900 4108 Settlers Point, Carrico Congleton Property LLC to Andrew Blanco, $133,000 406 Hill Ave., Aull’s Property Management and Rental LLC to Stephen and Tarah Boyd, $165,000 2022 Sussex Place, Evelyn Clark to Jerry and Charlotte Richeson, $224,900 5408 Gerald Drive, Aaron and Elizabeth Creager to Christopher Stuerzenberger, $112,000 636 Stableford Circle, Thompson Homes Inc. to Bobby and Nancee Woodward, $354,306 3340 Wilson Lane, Mary Montgomery to Thomas and Stacey Davis, $209,900 202 Holmes Drive, Thomas and Stacey Davis to Anderson O’Bryan and Katie Houghland, $124,900 2338 Southeastern Parkway, Jerry and Susan Nail to Brenda Grossman, $171,500 1550 E. 23rd St., Bobbi Smith to Justin Chapman, $105,000 for two parcels 2322 Bluff Ave., Bobbi Smith to Justin Chapman, $105,000 for two parcels 6121 Alma Court, Chelsea and Christian Morris to Kristen Richards, $113,000

4639 Springlane Drive, TJB Investments LLC to Edgar Rodriguez, $150,000 4615 Springlane Drive, Lee and Donna Gardner to Jacob Andriakos and Molly Ellis, $199,900 2689 Dellwood Valley Lane, Marjerie and Jamie Baxley to Logan and Madison Hamilton, $184,900 2030 York Drive, Kenneth Velotta to Mary Montgomery, $125,000 7356 Kentucky 815, Michael and Lori Lewis to Everett and Rebecca McDonald, $76,000 2255 Palomino Place, Thompson Homes Inc. to Jeremy and Nikki Knott, $215,605 632 Alexandria, William and Autumn Barron to Travis and Nicole Robbins, $410,000 3101 Oakridge Court, Travis and Nicole Robbins to William and Autumn Barron, $435,500 4613 McIntire Crossing, Sarah and Brandon Riley to Michael Hayden, $160,000 2911 Chippewa Drive, Michael Claycomb to Danny Ford, $145,700 7700 Kentucky 405, Kelly and Brandon Hawkins to Chris and Davina Henderson, $165,400 1401 Reid Road, C.W. and Marty Thorpe to James Hewgley and Barbara Ashmore, $265,000 2610 Eastland Drive, Thomas and Lisa Garner to Michael Claycomb, $179,000 2054 Sussex Place, Robin Potter to Clyde and Marty Thorpe, $170,000 109 Plum St., Chase N Rainbow LLC to Kent Estep, $30,000 6106 Jack Hinton Road, Ryan and Lauren Cates to Jared Aull, $103,500 9987 Kentucky 951, estate of Mary Payne to Amanda Wells and Jason Morris, $140,104 1805 W. Parrish Ave., West Parrish Plaza LLC to Sandra Edds, $60,000 1216 Cary Court, Vivian and Stephen McNatton to Dorothy Millay, $219,900 3621 Ralph Ave., Clean Car Properties LLC to Owensboro Cheetah LLC, $2.8 million 4627 Barrington Place, Steven and Ronda Mills to Nathan and Tamara Whisnant, $165,000

7741 Barnett Road, Stephen and Cynthia Murphy to Brandon and Amanda Gardner, $144,500 6503 Valley Brook Trace, Deer Valley Subdivision LLC to Jagoe Homes Inc., $24,180 6503 Valley Brook Trace, Jagoe Homes Inc. to Traci Evans, $186,027 6602 Barcroft, Summit ET Partners LLC to Joshua Davis and Cheri Stuart, $44,500 1209 W. Wayside Drive, Joyce Thompson to Nick and Crystal Tuttle, $40,000 1416 Breckenridge St., Steven and Lisa Ash to Fabian Higdon, $125,000 for two parcels 1015 E. 15th St., Steven and Lisa Ash to Fabian Higdon, $125,000 for two parcels 5270 Ashland Ave., estate of Ann Ward to Nicole Bodiou, $95,000 83.040 acres on Kentucky 334, John and Rebecca Walker to Sand Castle Farms LLC, $506,544 8525 Todd Bridge Road, estate of C. Payne to Charles and Susan Hayden and others, $128,000 301 E. 24th St., Jennifer Miller to Amanda Crowe, $154,599 2011 Trillium Gardens, David Reynolds and Joyce Parson to Wendell and Mary Hines, $155,500 408 W. Eighth St., John and Marion Liebenow to James Young, $41,000 5439 Sturgeon Ave., Ashley Coomes to Jared Smith, $110,000 2831 Avenue of the Parks, Melissa and Kelly Davis to Van Biak and Ni Cin and others, $189,900 3025 E. Yellowstone Drive, Anthony and Vanessa Schwartz to Michael Boyd and Kayla Holder, $92,500 1215 Carter Road, Michael and Marla Hayden to Hailey Prater, $84,900 5264 Newbolt Road, Eldred Neubauer Jr. and others to Robert and Holly Ebelhar, $45,000 3223 Bold Forbes Way, Linda and Robert Hoover to Robert and Roxanne Roby, $155,000 1870 Fogle Road, Angela L. Thompson, master commissioner to U.S. Bank National Association, $30,000 2124 Keenland Parkway, Jordan Benson to R.A.M. 13 LLC, $10,000 4531 Kentucky 1514, Anthony and

Karen Roark to William and Angela Drury, $180,000 1402 Pearl St., William and Angela Drury to Benjamin and Helena Drury, $92,500 2749 Chatham Lane, Thomas and Lois Tapp to Jyostanaben Patel, $535,000 667 Carter Road, Joseph and Mary Hartz to Teresa Morris, $96,500 6306 Valley Brook Trace, Travis and Jenna Johnson to Justin Swails, $162,500 2111 E. Graham Lane, Scott and Jennifer Baird to Kayla Lee, $129,900 2304 Woodland Drive, Gregory and Laurie Payne to David and Cheryl Crisp, $163,000 2244 Palomino Place, Thompson Homes Inc. to Kelly Englehart, $221,972 9325 Kentucky 54, Phyllis Bittel to Alvis and Julia Anderson, $120,000 9578 Johnson Road, Alvis and Julia Anderson to Caleb and Morgan Taylor, $129,500 1813 W. Parrish Ave., Mary Ann Hawkins to Elizabeth Harris, $80,000 325 W. Eighth St., Lee and Pamela Canary to David Adams and Kristina Canary, $95,000 2500 S. York St., Charles and Cindy Sparks to Christopher and Jamie Carrico, $70,000 630 Greenbriar St., Ashley Coomes to Brian and Shaylene Swihart and others, $77,550 for 1/2 interest 557 Manchester Loop, Natalie Freels to Steven and Ronda Mills, $205,000 2460 Krauss Court, Deer Valley Subdivision LLC to Jagoe Homes Inc., $38,500 2460 Krauss Court, Jagoe Homes Inc. to Kenneth and Debra Crandall, $258,073 1807 N. Chesterfield Drive, Chase N Rainbow LLC to Amanda and Shane Shepherd, $52,000 627 Chuck Gray Court, estate of Sherry McKinley to Champion Homes LLC, $53,000 1305 W. 12th St., Katrina Crabtree to Adina Bailey, $108,900 2572 Arbor Terrace, Kenneth and Maria Brown to Tyrone Jackson, $92,900 6264 Old Kentucky 54, Grace Chapel and others to Michael and Marlene Hamilton, $5,000 CONTINUED ON PAGE 14


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CONTINUED FROM PAGE 12 9A Quail Ridge Court, Suzanne Harrington to Peggy Armeni, $136,000 10797 Green St., David Conder to Sheila Stogner, $16,000 720 Stone St., Tim Embry to Kenneth Robb, $3,000 2105 W. Seventh St., Jamie Boehman to Kenneth Robb, $5,000 4334 Gate Way, Darin Corbat and Linda Corbat to 4338 Gateway Drive LLC, $370,500 for two parcels 4338 Gate Way, Darin Corbat and Linda Corbat to 4338 Gateway Drive LLC, $370,500 for two parcels 4206 Hayden Bridge Road, Charles and Dea Wilson to Andrew Grant and Patricia Horlander, $210,000 2300 Veach Road, James and Lisa Edge to Jason and Jamie Goodwin, $65,000 3216 Queens Way, Karl and Carol Riley to Jo Cecil, $115,000 176 Booth Field Road, Larry and Cheryl Stinnett to Christopher and Natalie Thompson, $260,000 2450 Krauss Court, Jagoe Homes Inc. to Joseph and Lilly Stofer, $275,529 3842 Little Bluestem Drive, Deer Valley Subdivision LLC to Jagoe Homes Inc., $36,750 3842 Little Bluestem Drive, Jagoe Homes Inc. to Neil and Kristi Hayden, $291,058 5290 Hillview Drive, Ramon Mella to Scott and Kristie Buck, $262,000 1026 Standish Place N., Stephen and Tammy Gardner to Jerald and Kim Davis, $199,900 2259 Vilage Run, Christan and Clay Brooks to Mary Wilk, $149,000 3422 Imperial Place, estate of Judith Smith to Aaron Bullington, $112,500 2646 Dellwood Valley Lane, Matt and Jessica McDaniel to Toni Pisaneschi, $190,000 878 Live Oak Place, Patsy and Allen Faith to Judith Sandefur, $159,000 10808 Kentucky 1389, Kenneth and Stacy Lawson to Trevor Knott, $144,707 3321 Allen St., CFW Properties LLC to Housing 101 LLC, $60,000 711 Clay St., Matthew Belcher to Carmel McLeod, $61,000 3021 Greenhill Drive, Donna and Leo Browning to Steven and Markie DeWitt,

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Real Estate Transfers $144,900 1805 Celebration Circle, Jagoe Homes Corp. to Jagoe Homes Inc. $46,000 1805 Celebration Circle, Jagoe Homes Inc. to Glenn and Maelynne Powell, $322,816 3428 Royal Drive, William and Mary Hays to Jerry and Auretha Skaggs, $159,900 3144 Derby Chase, John Jones and Maria Migoni-Jones to Steven Rosi and Elizabeth Floyd, $440,000 2948 Christie Place, Angela L. Thompson, master commissioner to Ray and Jenny Jones, $117,671 3905 Short Putt Way, Thompson Homes Inc. to Richard and Judy Greenwell, $220,935 1735 Sterling Valley Drive, Leanne and Ben Noles to Stone Financing LLC, $350,000 9131 Kentucky 815, Gary and Brenda Rager to Jason and Shannon Chappell, $20,811 1440 Bosley Road, Eric McFadden and others to Lauren and Rachel Worthington, $12,500 9945 Kentucky 951, estate of Mary Payne to William Johnson and Krista Bittel, $61,176 4623 McIntire Crossing, Jeremy and Jessica Gentry to Mary Kamuf, $174,900 2009 Wimbledon Court, Jennifer and Garrett Booth to Michael and Tonya Outland, $207,000 805 Clay St., Jason Roberts to Chris Clark and Ashton Walls, $102,500 2713 Dartmouth Drive, The Salvation Army to Kenneth and Sheila Staples, $167,000 7023 Boteler Road, Marian Pace to Catherine and Robert Bowlds, $75,000 12001 Kentucky 764, Mindy Bradley to Roger Sharp III, $109,000 2365 Stone Valley Cove, JR Acquisitions LLC to Anthony Fulkerson Living Trust and others, $89,900 2432 Downing Drive, Laura Rudy to James and Marilyn McCarty, $126,000 The following real estate transfers were recorded between Jan. 28 to Feb. 7. 10390 Hall School Road, Mark and Jennifer Kuhna to Gary and Pamela Bunch, $5,000 614 Maple Heights Ave., Charles Cornett and Karen Cornett to Dale

Wedding, $37,000 2125 Old Cabin Road, Daniel and Dayna Smith to Sarah Simpson, $210,000 2336 Trails Lake Garden, Chad and Melissa Kimberlin to Baylee Long, $182,000 7627 Kentucky 1389, Randy Bartlett Jr. to Jack and Tricia Ebelhar, $89,900 8071 Old Kentucky 54, Craig Sloan and Nathan Sloan to Fady and Amanda Wanna, $220,000 1781 Celebration Circle, Jagoe Land Corp. to Jagoe Homes Inc., $46,000 4118 Mason Woods Lane, Roger and Elizabeth Stacy to Daniel and Dayna Smith, $162,500 601 E. 26th St., Thomas and Darlene Quinn to Nick and Crystal Tuttle, $44,700 6458 Spring Haven Trace, Woodland Ridge Development Inc. to Joseph and Letha Cecil, $35,900 3510 Bold Forbes Way, William Barr to Katie Janoski, $140,000 2223 Griffith Place W., Hannah Johnson to Dustin Lindley, $196,000 3432 Surrey Drive E., Martin and Tara Tanner to Misti Wirth, $157,000 1405 Smith Ave., Lauren Worthington and Rachel Worthington to Scott and Debra Baird, $20,000 6270 Pleasant Valley Road, TJB Investments LLC to Christina Boarman and Anthony Williams, $185,000 2600 Old Hartford Road, estate of Margaret White to Jennifer Higdon, $122,000 807 W. 11th St., Linda Mapp to Woolard Rentals LLC, $3,000 4730 Free Silver Road, Western Kentucky Leasing LLC to William Toon, $76,000 4730 Free Silver Road, William Toon to Dalton Payne, $76,000 4751 Breeze Court W., Deer Valley Subdivision LLC to Jagoe Homes Inc., $34,950 4751 Breeze Court W., Jagoe Homes Inc. to Lance and Anthony Bowlds, $216,927 5110 Curdsville-Delaware Road, Jennifer and James Burke to Justin and Natalie Clatterbuck, $250,000 2645 Redford Drive, Jansen and Katherine Hidenrite to N8 Holdings LLC, $85,000 9814 Kentucky 456, Brian and Holly Wahl to Ryan and Lesli Nall, $314,000

2529 Hayden Road, Diana and Michael Ellis and others to Brandon and Sarah Riley, $255,000 886 Live Oak Place, Susan and William Wink to the Priscilla L. Naro Living Trust, $237,500 1109 Werner Ave., Woolard Rentals LLC to H3W Properties LLC, $35,000 1005 Jackson St., Woolard Rentals LLC to H3W Properties LLC, $75,000 3116 Harness Loop, Justin and Natalie Clatterbuck to Marvin and Connie Eyer, $181,500 1320 Maple Ave., Fannie Mae to McDaniel Enterprises LLC, $40,427 Farm on Daniels Lane, Charles and Mary Lamar and others to LKCE LLC, $116,668 2821 Glencrest Drive, Clifford and Jennifer Hauer to Brian and Holly Wahl, $295,000 3110 Knob Court, Robert and Julie Turok to Weichert Workforce Mobility Inc., $490,000 3110 Knob Court, Weichert Workforce Mobility Inc. to Antonino Cavataio, $490,000 411 W. Seventh St., Andrew and Taryn Norris to Wellmor Properties LLC, $170,000 5209 Trifecta Place, Thompson Homes Inc. to Christopher and Amy Carmon, $174,912 2002 E. Sixth St., James B. Strom Family Trust to Adam Coomes, $125,000 2115 Griffith Place E., Tabitha Hooker to Elizabeth Davis and Brett Davis, $165,000 2366 Ottawa Drive, Deer Valley Subdivision LLC to Jagoe Homes Inc., $29,500 2366 Ottawa Drive, Jagoe Homes Inc. to Vincent Gizzi and Taren Jarvis, $195,172 3837 Little Bluestem Drive, Deer Valley Subdivision LLC to Jagoe Homes Inc., $36,750 3837 Little Bluestem Drive, Jagoe Homes Inc. to Logan Smith, $282,068 1335 Claranette Court — Unit 1, John McCormack to J. and Ramona Osborne and others, $59,000 2644 Hayden Road, James and Eileen Courtney to Kerry Young, $164,900 2701 W. Ninth St., Bank of America National Association to Fulcrum Holdings LLC, $57,700 CONTINUED ON PAGE 15


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Real Estate Transfers CONTINUED FROM PAGE 14 8004 Laketown Road, Ronald and Connie McKay to Hunter McKay, $60,000 2016 McCulloch Ave., Angela L. Thompson, master commissioner, to James Noffsinger, $25,000 11557 Smock Road, Angela L. Thompson, master commissioner, to Kentucky Housing Corp., $52,930 2837 Allen St., Brian and Wendy Wells and others to Aull’s Property Management Rental LLC, $57,500 3940 Cross Creek Trail, Elizabeth Pfeiffer to Elizabeth Pfeiffer and Dean Behnke, $123,000 3528 Burns Road, Geatia Peak to Arther Sexton, $90,000 4001 Maxwell Place, Brenda and Jerry Brown and others to Vincent and Carla Tanner, $95,000 2404 Middleground Drive, The Billy Ray and Lois P. Vincent Family Irrevocable Trust to Ethan and Danielle Board, $102,500 2213 Amethyst Court, James and Lori

Gish to Tabitha Hooker, $170,000 7865 Knottsville-Mount Zion Road, Bernard and Elsie Galloway to LKC Holdings LLC, $400,000 9010 Short Station Road, Ralph and Donna Scott to Ethan and Katie Ford, $25,000 6337 Springwood Drive, Woodland Ridge Development Inc. to Ballard Development LLP, $43,900 2816 Veach Road, Carol Jean Braun Revocable Trust to Blake and Katelyn Dickens, $129,600 732 Locust St., Bradford and Beverly Hamilton to Beth Exline and Michael Gould, $39,500 for two parcels 800 Locust St., Bradford and Beverly Hamilton to Beth Exline and Michael Gould, $39,500 for two parcels 2329 Stone Valley Cove, JR Acquisitions LLC to Greger Family Trust, $80,000 901 Sutherland Ave., Barry and Sandra Bivens to Danny and Pamela Knott, $42,000 for two parcels

903 Sutherland Ave., Barry and Sandra Bivens to Danny and Pamela Knott, $42,000 for two parcels 1909 E. 21st St., estate of Ernest Gillians Jr. to Mark and Patricia Cline, $66,900 Farm on Chestnut Grove Road S., Shirley Henson and others to Paul and Barbara Fullenwider, $200,000 932 Moreland Ave., Dennis and Pamela Weafer to Dennis and Rebecca Weafer, $50,895 1633 W. First St., estate of Evelyn Mattingly to Keeley Gaddis, $64,900 4433 Strickland Drive, estate of Patricia Pike to Christopher Flener, $105,000 2207 Webster Court, Carrington Mortgage Services LLC to Fulcrum Holdings LLC, $64,000 7575 Crooked Creek Road, Joe and Roxanne Kaelin to Chase and Kindra Cartwright, $41,250 2050 Airport Road, Phillip and Lori Roberts to Donald and Debra Lagrange, $165,000 3135 Wood Valley Point, Jared and

Tifany Hagedorn to Kasey and Bret Ray, $310,000 1625 Mayo Ave., Philip and Anita Pelletier to Anthony Eyler, $106,500 1906 Mount Vernon Drive, Angela L. Thompson, master commissioner, to Kentucky Housing Corp., $98,750 159 Hummingbird Loop E., Christopher Wells to Nicholas and Danielle Ray, $142,000 7555 Kentucky 2830, Christopher Lyons to Scotty and Starla Lanham, $123,000 9205 Kentucky 405, Andrea DunawayAyer and Michael Ayer to CWD Properties LLC, $8,000 615 Danberry St., Angela L. Thompson, master commissioner, to U.S. Bank National Association, $63,565 2413 Georgia Lane, Angela L. Thompson, master commissioner, Wells Fargo Bank National Association, $100,000 2695 Dellwood Valley Lane, Joshua and Ashley Profitt to Robert and Laurie Jozwiak, $225,000


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s days grow longer and new blooms appear, it can only mean one thing: Spring is here and with it comes the task of spring cleaning. For people with allergies, spring cleaning does more than spruce up a home. When done correctly, it removes dust, mold, dander and other allergy triggers so you can feel your best. “There are specific things you can do while cleaning that can dramatically improve allergy symptoms,” says Dr. J. Allen Meadows, allergist and president of the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology. “When you spring clean to remove allergens, you can breathe easier plus enjoy a sparkling home.” Meadows and the experts at ACAAI recommend these steps when cleaning for allergies. Before you begin, keep in mind that when you clean you come in contact with many allergens. You may want to take allergy medication beforehand and if your allergy is severe, consider wearing an N95 filter mask while dusting or scrubbing.

STEP 1: DUST THOROUGHLY

Dust all surfaces in your home with a damp rag or microfiber cloth made for cleaning. Avoid using any kind of duster that simply kicks dust into the air. Additionally, clean vents and return registers to limit dust recirculating and finish by wet mopping tile and other hard flooring. Don't neglect the area under the beds, which can get dusty and should be cleaned often. Eliminating dust helps your home shine and also removes some of the most notorious indoor allergy triggers.

STEP 2: CLEAN CARPETS

Start by moving all furniture off the carpet. Then vacuum well with a cyclonic vacuum, which spins dust and dirt away from the floor, or a vacuum with a HEPA (high efficiency particulate air) filter. Meadows does not advise shampooing carpet, because it can cause dust mite eggs to hatch. If you are using diluted bleach and water solution for spot treatments or to kill mold, make sure someone other than the allergy sufferer does the cleaning because bleach can trigger asthma.

STEP 3: CLEAN WINDOW TREATMENTS

Window treatments like curtains and valances can be a magnet for dust and pollen yet are often ignored when it comes to cleaning. This spring, make sure to follow the manufacturer's recommendations and wash or dr y clean window treatments. Remember, opening windows allows pollen and other

allergens into your home, so during peak allergy season keep them closed, and whenever possible, use air conditioning in your car and home.

reminder and use filters with a MERV rating of 11 or 12. This is also a good time to clean the drip pans in appliances like the refrigerator.

STEP 4: WASH BEDDING

Bathrooms, basements and tiled spaces are prone to mold, so spring is a good time to deep clean. A bleach cleaner works well to eliminate mold or make your own by mixing borax and water. Next, help prevent mold from developing through moisture control. Always run bathroom fans when bathing or showering, clean up any standing water immediately and use a dehumidifier if needed to keep humidity below 60%. “Spring cleaning is a great step in allergy control,” says Meadows. “However, if you continue to suffer from allergy or asthma symptoms, see a board-certified allergist to help you control your symptoms and live the life you want. You can find an allergist near you at acaai.org/locate-an-allergist.”

Wash sheets, pillowcases and blankets in water that is at least 130 degrees F. This temperature kills dust mites and effectively removes allergens. If bedding can't be washed at this hot temperature, place items in the dryer for at least 15 minutes at 130 degrees or above. For children with allergies, do the same with their stuffed animals.

STEP 5: REPLACE AIR FILTERS

At the start of ever y season change the air filter in your furnace. This helps the HVAC system run efficiently while also filtering out air particles -including allergens - to keep your home's air as clean as possible. Consider setting an alarm for ever y three months as a

STEP 6. CONTROL HUMIDITY


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NEW $169,900

NEW $109,900

5A Quail Ridge Ct 78461 Brian Luttrell

4309 Old Hartford Rd 78462 Ryan Rutman Real Estate Group

919 Cedar Street 78472 Laura Bennett

NEW $192,500

NEW $279,900

NEW $429,900

NEW $375,900

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1900 Robin Rd 78486 John Reynolds

3117 Alvey Park Drive W 78499 Ryan Rutman Real Estate Group

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P 4386 Hwy 142 78507 Brian Luttrell

8071 Old Hwy 54 78508 Matt Schell

713 Chuck Gray Ct 78529 Reba Besecker

2927 Southland Rd 78365 Tracy Ioia

REDUCED $409,900

REDUCED $299,900

REDUCED $199,900

FEATURED $149,900

FEATURED $194,900

110 4th Street 78164 Judy Lambert

North Indian Hill Rd 78192 Ryan Rutman Real Estate Group

4114 Mason Woods Lane 78000 Judy Lambert

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1922 Mayfair 78336 Ryan Rutman Real Estate Group

2339 Overlook Park 77520 Tracy Ioia

1597 Creek Haven Loop 78130 Ryan Rutman Real Estate Group

FEATURED $140,000

FEATURED $24,900

FEATURED $69,900

FEATURED $269,900

1921 Littlewood Dr 77974 Judy Lambert

Knottville Mt. Zion Rd 77971 Glenn Ashby

2771 McMahan Rd 77955 Ryan Rutman Real Estate Group

350 W 5th St 77945 Glenn Ashby

3306 Shadewood Terrace 77817 Glenn Ashby

FEATURED $285,000

FEATURED $1,600,000

FEATURED $74,900

FEATURED $187,349

FEATURED $3,250,000

3141 Spring Point 77766 Tracy Ioia

4741 Chambers Street 77677 Ryan Rutman Real Estate Group

3173 Bridgewater Cove 77674 Judy Lambert

2665 Central Park Ct 77569 Tracy Ioia

1816 Pleasant Valley Rd 77544 Ryan Rutman Real Estate Group

FEATURED $1,999,000

FEATURED $899,900

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1950 Pleasant Valley Rd 77546 Ryan Rutman Real Estate Group

5365 Frederica Street 75437 Reba Besecker

410 E 14th Street 76369 Glenn Ashby

608 Frederica Street 73769 John Reynolds

4333 Springhill Dr 77699 Ryan Rutman Real Estate Group

THIS WEEKEND’S OPEN HOUSES

SATURDAY 3/14/2020

10:00 AM - 12:00 PM.........3200 SHADEWOOD TERRACE.......MLS#78353........RYAN RUTMAN REAL ESTATE GROUP......$239,900......SOUTHEAST

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM........1900 ROBIN ROAD.........................MLS#78486........JOHN REYNOLDS.....................................$375,900...........CENTRAL


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NEW LISTING

Friday, March 13, 2020 Messenger-Inquirer

PENDING

5065 Jack Hinton Rd • $724,900

248 Lakewood Drive • $149,900

NEW LISTING

NEW LISTING

5141 Pleasant Valley Road • $89,900

3467 Hwy 140 E • $55,000

5 BD 4 BA Luxury and amenities abound at this French country style home, 5000 sq ft, open living space, chef style kitchen, formal dining room, full finished bsmt, detailed exterior, 1.5 acre stocked pond on 5.5 scenic acres.

3 BD 2 BA Home on west end located close to the bypass and Highway 60, large living room w/ vaulted ceilings, neutral colors throughout, privacy fenced backyard, above ground pool (new liner and pump), covered deck.

7.156 Acres Looking for quiet country living on the desirable east county? This picturesque tract in Philpot is the perfect spot for your new home and conveniently located near the HWY 54 retail corridor.

3.15 Acres Excellent building site, clear land ready to build your new home, water and electric available, property is not in the flood zone and located in south Daviess County.

Call: Kelly Crabtree

Call: Wes Donahue

Call: Jeff Day

Call: Mary Mattingly

MLS 78597

MLS 78535

MLS 78524

NEW LISTING

LEASE OPPORTUNITY

LAND inside bypass!! 4 adjoining tracts available with various options for improvements. The addresses are 3138 & 3212 Old Hartford Road & 1500 Bowie Trail zoned AU, R1A & R3MF respectively.

3 BD 1 BA With a little know-how and skills, you’ll have a wonderful home, 1 car attached garage, replacement windows, privacy fence, and finished basement for another bedroom, game room or den.

Downtown Owensboro 1102 sq. ft. of shared lease space, half currently leased to Cold Stone Creamery, significant amount of foot traffic and can draw from the large pool of people who work in the downtown area.

Call: Charlie Dawson

Call: Johnny Phillips

Call: Robert Williams

3138 Old Hartford Road • $159,900

1406 Gilbert Lane • $112,000

MLS 78552

112 Allen Street

MLS 78560

1151 Rochester Road • $149,900

4 BD 2 BA home with over 2,500 sq. ft., basement (3rd bath), bonus room, lots of cabinet space, stone gas log fireplace, enclosed porch, 2 car att. gar., 30x32 barn w/ loft, and 30x48 shop on 2 acres just outside Beaver Dam.

Call: Jaclyn Midkiff

MLS 78548

MLS 78268

GoTripleCrown.com

401 Frederica St STE 101A, Owensboro, KY 42301

(270)

CHARLIE DAWSON Principal Broker (270) 313-7428

CHAD DAY Realtor® (270) 316-8077

JEFF DAY Realtor® (270) 903-7559

NICOLE BAKER Office Manager (270) 926-9999

ANDREA WIDMER Realtor® (270) 570-0449

JACLYN MIDKIFF Realtor® (270) 792-2247

2116 Daniels Lane • $749,900

10.10 acres at the corner of Daniels Lane and Hayden Road, in very close proximity to the hospital and Gateway Commons development. Outstanding potential for residential or business development.

Call: Robert Williams

MLS 78512

MLS 78251

416 Cedar Street • $79,900

JOHNNY PHILLIPS Realtor® (270) 302-8749

ROBERT WILLIAMS Realtor® (270) 313-2855

DONNA BITTNER Realtor® (270) 314-4869

IRYNA TINCHER Realtor® (270) 313-1022

MARY MATTINGLY Realtor® (270) 314-7440

KIM ROBERTS Realtor® (270) 903-6442

STEVE GLENN Realtor® (270) 570-1828

WES DONAHUE Realtor® (270) 314-9952

LEASE OPPORTUNITY 1524 Frederica Street

Newly renovated office space for lease in historic office building on Frederica Street! High traffic area close to downtown Owensboro. Includes common areas, kitchen, and plenty of parking.

Call: Robert Williams

MLS 78319

6255 W Timberlane Court • $439,900

1 BD 1 BA Duplex features (2) one bedroom apartments, completely remodeled in recent years, each unit currently rents for $450/mo., and tenants prefer to renew their lease.

3 BD 3 BA Beautiful home with impressive views in Henderson, spacious open layout, den has been converted into a 2 car attached garage for more storage, and 2 car detached garage.

Call: Kim Roberts

Call: Charlie Dawson

MLS 77472

KELLY CRABTREE Realtor® (270) 316-3164

MLS 77075

926-9999

1416 Breckenridge St. • $209,000

LEASE OPPORTUNITY 10026 HWY 54

Formerly JD’s Restaurant, includes the dishes, tables, a house, the front part of the lot is zoned B-4, the back part of the lot with the house is zoned R-4D T. Restaurant is available for lease.

Great opportunity to have a freestanding building for your business in the heart of Whitesville! This building features private office spaces, employee break room, paved off road parking and much more!

MLS 78147

MLS 78103

Call: Charlie Dawson

Call: Charlie Dawson

COMMERCIAL OPPORTUNITY 900 W 9th St. • $250,000

118 W Byers Ave • $50,000

Rare Opportunity in established neighborhood, vacant corner lot zoned R1-B in prime location, and short walk to Owensboro’s Legion Park.

Call: Charlie Dawson

MLS 73445

All Steel Bldg Metal siding, office, two (2) ADA restrooms, three (3) 12X14 garage doors, concrete floor, front/rear concrete parking. Additional land +/- 1 acre next door can be purchased separately for $100,000 (814 W 9th St).

Call: Charlie Dawson

MLS MLS72475 67357

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