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Home Realty Inc. 2119 Griffith Place West Brenda Story

Real Estate Transfers The following real estate transfers were recorded between Oct. 28-31, 2020: 6630 Autumn Creek, Erica and Harry Pedigo to Christopher and Crystal Purcell, $252,500 2712 Old Hartford Road, Lonnie Goben to Violet Stearsman, $114,200 309 East 23rd Street, Emily Wilson and Matthew Clark to Peter and Gayle Durr, $124,900 4731 Carlsbad Lane, Wayne and Theresa Wilson to Michael and Gigi Mackey, $334,500 4029 Kensington Place, Kelsey and Jared Peacock to Zachary an Kennedy Hayden, $186,900 2910 South Griffith Avenue, Margie Hodges to Denise Bratton, $165,000 418 Reid Road, Town and Country of Owensboro LLC to Bluegrass MHP Holdings LLC, $1,450,000 508 Wesleyan Place, William Stone, Benjamin Stone, Lori McDonald and Colin McDonald to Jordan and Shayla Hancock, $137,500 4944 Meadowlark Drive, Frances Watts and Anita Nix to Steven and Edna Johnson, $80,000 3323 Allen Street, Thomas and Mira Payne to N & G Legacy Estates, $55,000 Reio1

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1703 East 24th Street, Keith and April Gough to Kristina Knapp, $121,500 4418 Hunters Trace, Ethan and Elisha Lyne to Krystin Wells, $169,000 420 Catalina Drive, Dream Design LLC to Edward Simpson, $128,900 4613 Kings Mill Drive, Justin and Katrina Purcell to Daniel Lanham, $147,000 3981 Brookside Court, Gregory Adams to Gregory and Meleah Vaught, $186,000 3306 Shadewood Terrace, Alan and Lisa Lawrence to Leah and Stephen Mullins, $246,500 3205 Daviess Street, Michael and Valerie Short to Sky and Brenna Saylor, $105,000 The following real estate transfers were recorded between Oct. 31 to Nov. 5, 2020: 2710 Burton Road, Quinten and Jenna Smeathers to Tamula Reed, $89,000 3000 Trails Way, Zachary and Haleigh Woodard to Kevin and Sara McDonough, $202,500 2512 Downing Drive, Adam and Rikki Arnold to Samantha Williams, $148,000

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2074 Little Stream Run, William and Shelby Martin to Lawrence and Judith Payne, $264,000 2067 Trillium Gardens, Linda Blanchard to Linda Meador, $157,000 8041 McCarty Road, Austin and Haley Moser to Alicia and Todd Curtis, $262,500 1400 and 1600 West 7th Street, Farmers Elevators LL to Roger and Susan Kamuf, Robert and Brenda Higdon, $450,000 4035 Wood Trace, Clinton and Sydney Girten to Rita and Joseph Blazer, $347,500 2680 Cherry Blossom Court, Deer Valley Subdivision LLC to Jagoe Homes Inc., $30,225 2680 Cherry Blossom Court, Jagoe Homes Inc. to Larry and Jennifer Beasley, $206,370 2528 Middleground Drive, Carolyn Estes to Melissa Powers and Magda Rodriquez, $160,000 2683 McMahon Road, Gretchen Miller to Tom and Carol Coppage, $47,500 5249 Trifecta Place, Thompson Homes Inc. to Gary Baker, $268,630 3325 Warehouse Road, Commercial Warehousing Inc. to ADM Commercial Properties LLC, $148,943 Reio1

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Real Estate Inside Out 3 Former McAtee Department Store $4,000,000 bldg. in Owensboro's downtown. Excellent Condition. New roof & HVAC systems in 2016. Each floor is unique & the building is well suited for multiple users & easily modified to accommodate retail, boutique hotel and/or restaurant uses. Connected directly to the parking garage. Adjacent to the Riverpark Center, Museum & downtown businesses, restaurants, shopping, park, riverfront, hotels, & convention center. Call JoAnn Risner 270-570-3939. MLS#76897 121 E. 2nd Street

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$825,000

JoAnn Risner Broker/Owner

104 E 4th Street

Fantastic opportunity and a great location right in the heart of Downtown Owensboro Kentucky across from City Hall and the Post office. Sale includes (104 East 4th St.-7,292 Sq Ft office building, 112 East 4th St.-3,888 Sq Ft Victorian house and a 5 unit apartment building-2,743 Sq Ft, which totals approximately .982 acres with a large parking lot area for tenants and employees. Gross income potential of over $100,000 annually. Call Hope Margelot 270316-5476 or JoAnn Risner 270-5703939. MLS#80141

Stephanie Miller Realtor®/Broker

Joetta O'Brien Realtor®

Pat O’Brien Realtor®

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

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$329,500

808 Frederica, Unit#1

Beautiful townhouse near downtown. 3BR/3BA newly remodeled and ready to move in. Hardwood floors, Granite counter tops, crown moldings, open concept. All in a very private setting centrally located within walking distance of downtown. Call JoAnn Risner 270-570-3939 MLS#79955

$129,000

$399,999 120 E 4th Street Corner lot across from City Hall. Is Zoned B2 (Commercial). Call Hope Margelot 270-316-5476 or JoAnn Risner 270-570-3939. MLS#80142

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270-316-5476

Carolyn Niehaus Realtor®

270-702-1315

Jim Yeckering Realtor®

270-836-4440

$579,000 $279,900

703 Griffith Ave.

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

$169,000 1328 W. 4th Street

Great location on corner lot w/over 3,000 sq.ft. commercial building in a high traffic area. Being used as Maglinger Art & Frame Shop. Totally remodeled in 2006, heating, cooling, plumbing, & electrical. Near bustling downtown & live entertainment, restaurants, & shopping. Inventory that is present at time of purchase will be included. There are two lots that go with this property & are located directly behind property. 421 Frayser Ave. (64x50) & is an all paved lot. And 1331 W. 5th St. lot & building (45x139). Call JoAnn Risner 270-570-3939 MLS#79761

991 W. 1st Street Beautiful 4 bedroom, 3 bath home completely remodeled home with a magnificent view of the great Ohio River. Beautiful landscaping, covered patio, within walking distance of the Downtown Riverfront with live entertainment, restaurants, and shopping. Call JoAnn Risner 270-570-3939. MLS#79797

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1845 Fogle Rd. MLS#76652

225 W 7th St., Calhoun

Charming 3BR/2BA w/a split BR layout that has been completely remodeled & updated.Nice backyard w/a covered deck great for entertaining. Conveniently located approximately 20 minutes from Owensboro off Hwy 81. New plumbing, electric heating/air & water heater w/transferable warranties available where applicable. Redesigned kitchen has new stainless steel appliances & beautiful granite counters w/an extra built in pantry area great for a coffee bar & has plenty of room for a breakfast area. New flooring consist of engineered hardwood & vinyl wood throughout. Master BR features a walk in closet, a walk in shower w/double granite vanities that makes this home a must see. Call Hope Margelot 270-316-5476. MLS#80390

1010 Frederica St., Owensboro, KY. 42301 • (270) 926-1400 • joannrisner@email.com • RISNERREALTORS.COM


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GET IN THE NEW YEAR GROOVE WITH THESE AUTHENTIC DESIGN MATERIALS

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reating a welcoming and relaxing space may be easier than you expect when you give natural materials a leading role in your design. Elements like natural stone, wood, fiber, metals and even plant life can allow you to express a sense of unique personal style that is broadly appealing. Most inviting rooms share one quality: ample natural light, which creates a subtly vibrant and energetic ambiance. Other aspects of an enticing design may be less obvious to the casual observer. Special touches like custom craftsmanship lend a special aesthetic to furnishings and decor, and bring authenticity to your home. Similarly, items that are made in America using an artisanal approach can elevate the character of a room when compared to things that are mass manufactured. For example, choose a single piece of artwork from a talented artist rather than multiple pieces of mass-produced art from a retailer. You can incorporate natural and hand-crafted materials into your spaces in countless ways, but these ideas can be achieved regardless of what your budget may be.

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Most inviting rooms share one quality: ample natural light, which creates a subtly vibrant and energetic ambiance. Other aspects of an enticing design may be less obvious to the casual observer. Special touches like custom craftsmanship lend a special aesthetic to furnishings and decor, and bring authenticity to your home.

NATURAL STONE

When many people think about designing with stone, features like countertops or flooring come to mind. Incorporating stone in more unexpected ways can make an even bigger impression. You might choose a coffee table or end tables that are made of stone or feature stone accents. Accessorizing with stone also introduces an earthy appeal; think agate bookends or decorative items like sculptures.

HARDWOOD FLOORING

The floor is often the largest design element of a room, so utilizing authentic materials for your flooring makes a strong statement about the overall tone and feel of the room. An artisan-crafted hardwood flooring option like Carlisle Wide Plank Floors is crafted individually - one board at a time - so the emphasis is on the natural beauty of the wood. You can choose a completely custom look, from wood species and grade to texture and color, or make your selection from a collection of popular tried-and-true finishes.

NATURAL FIBER TEXTILES

Careful attention to detail is important for a cohesive design, so be sure to keep thinking natural when selecting textiles. Linen and rough cotton fabrics bring distinctive textures that maintain an organic vibe. Natural textiles can also be quite durable, making them practical selections for often-used spaces. Elements to consider include window treatments, fabric components of any furnishings and accents like pillows or throws. Jute or wool rugs and textile artwork may also work well with this motif.

PLANT LIFE

Vegetation is a central element to landscape design, so when your goal is to create an inviting

indoor space with a connection to nature and the outdoors, it makes sense to incorporate plants as part of your design. Options var y greatly, so it may take some work to narrow your selections. If the rest of your space reflects a specific region, choose plants native to that area. You'll also want to consider lighting and watering requirements as well as the level of care you're able to dedicate.

METALS

Adding metallic components like iron, copper, gold or silver to your space can bring everything from an edgy style to graceful beauty. While furnishings and accessories are common ways to incorporate metallic flair, also think in terms of lighting and hard features like railing spindles and window treatments.

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Renovation trends that stand to be popular in the year ahead Home renovation trends are ever-changing. Renovations that might have been de rigueur 20 years ago may seem dated now. Recognizing the potentially popular trends of tomorrow is a great way for homeowners to give their homes a fresh new look and put themselves in position to capitalize on popular trends when they put their homes on the market. That’s especially so after 2020, a year when millions of people spent more time at home than ever before. All that time working from home and relaxing at home gave millions of homeowners ideas about what they like about their homes and what they hope to change. These are some renovation trends that home experts suspect could emerge in 2021. • ECO-FRIENDLY LIVING: Climate change, and how to combat it, was a hot button issue during the 2020 presidential election in the United States. So it should come as no surprise that urdesignmag.com, a web magazine that showcases creative trends in design, architecture, art, technology, and fashion, predicts that ecofriendly living solutions figure to be hot commodities in 2021. Eco-friendly appliances, furniture and designs can help to conserve energy and reduce waste, which environmentalists and government agencies like the Environmental Protection Agency note are two critical components in the fight against climate change. • LARGE WINDOWS: Large windows can provide stunning views of the outdoors and allow ample natural light into a home. It may not be a coincidence if large

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Welcome 2021!

2020 was a GREAT YEAR! Congratulations to all our 2020 AwardWinners!

Jason Bellamy 2020 Top Producer

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Choose the right lighting for your home Lighting in a home ser ves both practical and aesthetic purposes. It’s easy to maneuver around a well-lit home, reducing the risk of slips and falls, and the right lighting can help homeowners create their desired ambiance, which typically changes depending on which room you’re in. When choosing lighting for their homes, homeowners must walk a fine line between appearance and functionality. A fixture in the foyer that instantly impresses visitors likely won’t prove as awe-inspiring if it’s installed in the living room. When choosing lighting for a home, some general r ules about what works in each room can help homeowners make the most informed decision.

KITCHEN

Kitchens are often the busiest room in a home, so lighting here can be especially impor tant. A kitchen often benefits, both practically and aesthetically, from different types of lighting. For example, pendant lighting above kitchen islands can make meal preparation easier and safer, but such lighting likely won’t work in breakfast nooks and informal dining areas in the kitchen. Recessed lighting works best in such areas. In kitchens with no island, under-cabinet lighting can be used to illuminate countertops and simplify meal preparation.

FORMAL DINING ROOM

Many people enjoy the look of chandeliers in formal dining rooms, and such fixtures can be installed directly above the dinner table. The interior design exper ts at Better Homes & Gardens advise hanging chandeliers roughly 33 inches above the table in dining rooms with eightfoot ceilings, adding three inches for each additional foot above eight feet. Darkened dining areas may be ideal in restaurants, but homeowners may want to split the difference at home and choose dimmable chandeliers for their dining rooms. This allows homeowners to dim the lights for romantic dinners but turn them up for family gatherings with lots of people around the table.

When choosing lighting for their homes, homeowners must walk a fine line between appearance and functionality. A fixture in the foyer that instantly impresses visitors likely won’t prove as aweinspiring if it’s installed in the living room. LIVING ROOM

Adaptability also is impor tant in the living room, where homeowners may host anything from movie nights to book clubs to par ties for the big

game. It can be a tall order to accommodate such a wide range of activities, and many homeowners come down to deciding between recessed lighting and track lighting. If the living room currently has neither style, homeowners should recognize that it will cost considerably less to install track lighting than recessed lighting. Better Homes & Gardens notes that flexible track lighting provides ambient, task or accent lighting, and track lights can even be moved to change lighting schemes at any time, making them a budget-friendly option for homeowners whose living rooms are multi-purpose spaces. Recessed lighting also works well in living rooms, especially ones with low ceilings. That’s because recessed lighting is installed into the ceiling, meaning it does not take up any visual space in

the room. That can help living rooms feel bigger.

BEDROOM

The home improvement exper ts at BobVila.com note that bedroom lighting should provide enough light when getting dressed, but also be able to be toned down as residents prepare for their bedtime routines. Both portable and installed lighting can be used in bedrooms to ser ve these various functions. Recessed fixtures that dim can ensure there’s ample light to get dressed in the mor ning, but they also can be dimmed at night as residents tr y to get ready to sleep. Por table nightstand lights can make it easier for couples sharing a bedroom, allowing one person to stay up and read while the other goes to sleep.


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GLENN SHBY GL ENN A AS H BY REALTOR R EALTOR

(270) 570-5533 570- 5533 (270)

RICK RI CK CUMMINS CU M M INS REALTOR REALTOR

(270) 302-2822 302- 282 2 (270)

PAUL A BA ZEMORE PAULA BAZE MORE REALTOR RE AL TO R (2 70316-0185 ) 316-01 85 (270)

SEAN SEA N HIGGINS HIGGI NS REALTOR REAL TOR

(270) 305-2215 305-2215 (270)

FEATURED $192,500

REBA ER REBA BESECK BESECKER REALTOR REALTOR

(27 0)929-3407 929-3407 (270)

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BROKER/REALTOR BR OKER/REALTOR

(270)577-9752 577- 9752 (270)

LLAURA AUR A BENNET BENN ETTT REALTOR REA LT OR

(270) 231-6 231-6878 (270) 878

LLAUREN AUREN LEE LEE REALTOR REALT OR

AMBER BROWN AMBER BR OWN REALTOR REALTOR

(270)999 3- 984 343 (270) 93-98

(270) 839-5859 83 9-5 85 9 (270)

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(27 0) 9290400 (270) 929-0400

JOHN JOH N REYNOLDS R EYNOLDS REALTOR REALT OR

(27 0) 4485-95 92 (270) 85-9592

CHIVONNE RUTMAN CHIVONN E RUTMA N REALTOR REAL TOR (2 70) 315-0505 315-05 05 (270)

RYAN RUTMAN RYAN RU TMAN REALTOR REALT OR

(270) 315-74 31 5-74 646 4 (270)

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709 MAIN ST | MILS# 79929 CALL: JOHN REYNOLDS

1009 HALIFAX DR | MILS# 79791 CALL: MATT SCHELL

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4812 RIDGE CREEK RD | MILS# 79840 CALL: THE RYAN RUTMAN REAL ESTATE GROUP

FEATURED $349,900

FEATURED $149,900

NEW $119,900

FEATURED $399,900

FEATURED $182,800

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1924 TRIPLETT STREET | MILS# 79643 CALL: JUDY LAMBERT

2320 BLUFF AVE | MILS# 80442 CALL: GLENN ASHBY

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6 TAFFY RD | MILS# 78832 CALL: REBA BESECKER

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2934 Frederica Street, Owensboro, Kentucky (270) 926-0055 | www.TonyClark.com

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UNDER CONTRACT $159,900

$195,000

$265,000

$265,000

925 Parkway Dr S

4674 Windstone Drive

1610 Scherm Road

421 Locust Street

470 acres Schafer Camp Rd

Exceptional brick one-level. 3 BR. 1.5 BA. Fireplace. Updated kitchen. Not in flood zone! Angela Clark (270) 929-4022

New Construction! 3 BR. 2 BA. 1750 sq ft one-level. Loaded with Upgrades. Granite. Custom Tile. Covered Patio. Peaceful setting! Angela Clark (270) 929-4022

Hello Gorgeous! Completely updated 3 BR 2 BA one-level with oversized 2-car garage. Fireplace. Spacious Liv & Fam Rooms. Incredible! Angela Clark (270) 929-4022

Beautifully Restored 4 BR. 3 BA. Beautiful woodwork. Solid pocket doors. Modern Kitchen & Bathrooms. Angela Clark (270) 929-4022

Once in a Lifetime Offering Recreational & hunting lands. 7 parcels from Daviess Co into Hancock Co. Angela Clark (270) 929-4022

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$123,800

$175,000

$179,900

1712 East 26th St

514 Saint Ann St

2630 Hayden Road

8410 State Route 1389

22D Quail Ridge

Charming brick home with waterproofed basement. Warranty in place for peace of mind. Great beginnings start here! Angela Clark (270) 929-4022

5 BR 3 BA Victorian home. Well maintained. Updated Kitchen. Much of the original beautiful features remain. Angela Clark (270) 929-4022

Sitting on 4 acres near Pleasant Valley Developments. Commercial Potential, Multifamily & business. Angela Clark (270) 929-4022

3BR 2BA Timeless Brick Ranch on 2 acres . Over 3000 Sq Ft. Fireplace. Hardwood Floors. Finished Basement w/ Garage. Charles King (270) 922-0311

Impressive Condo boasts quality upgrades. 2 BR, 2 BA. Attached garage. Deana Brewer (270) 313-7082

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SOLD!

$116,900

$210,000

$99,900

$74,500

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694 Rand Road

7125 Little Tar Spring Rd

3026 Saint Ann St

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Original Owner! All Brick 3 bedroom ranch. Replacement Windows. Enclosed sunroom w/ brick paver floor. Heat, Air, Roof 2016. Angela Clark (270) 929-4022

Brick one-level home offers 3 BR. Attached garage. Freshly painted. New Flooring just installed. Move-in ready! Angela Clark (270) 929-4022

Inspired by its surroundings of nature. 1.5 story wood & stone chalet features 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. Stone hearth fireplace. Geo Thermal Charlie King (270) 922-0311

Charming ranch offers the best of onelevel living. 3 BR home near park, schools, churches, more. Tony Clark (270) 929-4020

GAC Property Management & leasing division of Tony Clark Realtors, Offering quality homes for rent. (270) 926-5415

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Custom built one-story with open concept. Upgrades galore include quartz countertops. Angela Clark (270) 929-4022

Southern Charm. Bountiful Acreage surrounds this Brick Colonial with Basement. Inground pool. Stocked Lake. Charles King (270) 922-0311

Beautiful 3 BR 3 BA in the Summit. Fireplace. Gourmet kitchen. Angela Clark (270) 929-4022

Brick 1.5 story with walk-out basement. 4 BR 3.5 BA. 4050 sq ft. Fireplace. Pampering Owner’s Suite. Angela Clark (270) 929-4022

“Angela was very professional and always kept us updated. She made this process easy to understand” Arlando & Jami Johnson

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