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Pidcock Rd, 3 bedroom 2 bath 15 acres. Call Carolyn 740-319-7954

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3851 Hemmers Lane ~ Well Maintained! 3 bedroom 3 bath ranch. This home features tile throughout the main floor, cathedral ceiling and open floor plan. Master bath has a large jacuzzi but plus a walkin shower. The kitchen features nice layout w/island. Finished basement could easily be used as an in-law suite. Features include full eat-in kitchen, living area and a spacious bedroom. Call Rex 740-624-6432

Langan Lane, 2 bedroom 2 bath

Juanita Dr, 3 bedroom 2 bath

55 S Pembroke, 2 bedroom 1 bath

Walnut St, Roseville. 2 bedroom 1 bath

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Zanesville Times Recorder » Saturday, Jan. 27, 2018

OPEN SAT 12 - 2 PM

1969 Euclid Ave., Zanesville




The person who coined the phrase “saving for a rainy day” must have been a property owner with home drainage problems. The financial costs of poor drainage can be substantial, and the human health costs significant, too. Prevention is important, and many clues exist for predicting trouble, says Ryan Larsen, a civil engineer with NDS Inc., a manufacturer of drainage products in Woodland Hills, California. “Low spots in the landscape can be hard to see, but areas where the ground is wet for long periods of time after it rains or the sprinklers run are locations where water is collecting,” Larsen said. Discoloration and mold growth on a home’s foundation, and places where

stucco, siding or paint easily fall off a house are indications that water is pooling, he said. “You should suspect water is getting into your home if you detect damp or musty smells in your basement or crawl space,” he said. Most homes have some drainage problem; most often the damage comes from rain gutters, Larsen said. “Because a lot of homes have gutter downspouts that lead straight to the ground, you’ve got all this water coming off the roof and pouring to just one point, where it can collect against a home’s foundation and flood landscapes and planter areas,” he said. “Fortunately, gutter problems are also the easiest to fix with a downspout extender.” The financial costs of poor drainage See GUTTERS, Page 3D

3115 Winding Way, Zanesville

Newly remodeled and gorgeous 2 BR ranch home offers 3 full BA and a full finished basement featuring a 2nd kitchen plus family rm. $139,900 Dir: N on Maple Ave, R on Military. Turn L first entrance of Winding Way, 1st on left.

Host: Jenny Dusenberry, 740-319-0972

Host: Jenny Dusenberry, 740-319-0972

OPEN SUN 12 - 1:30 PM

OPEN SUN 2 - 3:30 PM


925 Orchard Hill Rd., Zanesville Nice North end ranch home offers large eat-in kitchen, formal DR, 2 BR, 1 BA & 1st floor laundry hookup. Dir: North on Maple Ave., right on Orchard Hill. $69,900 Host: Jay Phillis, 740-319-1818

166 N 7th St., Zanesville Offering 1 - 3 bedroom units for rent. Furnished, hardwood floors, newer appliances, fresh paint and carpet. Dir: 70 E. to 7th St. exit, 1 block to corner of 7th & Shinnick. Host: Jay Phillis, 740-319-1818




1258 Rankin Dr., Zanesville

1060 Rankin Dr., Zanesville New appliances, kitchen counters and backsplash are just a few of the updates for this move in ready home offering 4 BR, 2.5 BA, large floor plan and beautiful tree lined backyard! NOW $259,900

244 Main St., Duncan Falls Great investment opportunity! The inventory is gone, but put in your own ideas and be your own boss! Great building in a great location! NOW $160,000 Call: Dean Harper, 740-607-2969



Host: Amanda Hitchcock, 740-221-1818

Rain gutters can cause drainage problems

2915 Thorn Dr., Zanesville


This 3 BR home offers 1 full and 2 half BA and is move in ready! Convenient location close to schools, shopping, restaurants & medical. $115,900 Dir: SR 22 W to Broadvue Circle, then onto Lakewood Dr., to Thorn Dr.

Charming Cape Cod on corner lot offers oak hardwood floors, 3 BR, 1.5 BA, cozy gas FP, screened in porch and 1 car basement garage with off street parking. Dir: North on Dresden Rd., R on yale; corner of Euclid & Yale. $109,.900

An extender attached to a rain gutter downspout is used to direct water away from a home. Use extenders to channel the water away from the house. DEAN FOSDICK/AP PHOTO

OPEN SUN 12 - 1:30 PM

This 3 BR, 2 BA all brick ranch home features 1st floor FR, spacious kit., double sided wood burning FP & covered patio. Minutes from shopping & Country Club. Dir: West Taylor St. to Center Dr. to Rankin Dr., Follow signs. $249,000

Host: Terry Ludman, 740-819-3000


7950 East Pike, Norwich

Amazing 82.25 acre property, tucked away with commercial building with residential quarters. Over 28,000 sq. ft. of 6 ft. fencing & flat barn. Would make a great hunting lodge or Bed & Breakfast! $875,000

Call: Christy Woodburn, 740-252-8414

Call: Bobbi Lepi, 740-455-3730

306 Skyline Dr., Zanesville

This 4 BR, 3 full BA brick ranch home offers eat in kitchen, gas FP in the large LR, full finished basement and fire pit area and gazebo with lg. deck around the 27 ft. above ground pool. $189,900

Call: Sandy Stiers, 740-252-2722 “The Best Address in Real Estate”

70748 Bell Rd., Cambridge

Quaint 3 BR, 1.5 BA home, partially remodeled with open floor plan, oversized 2 car detached garage and situated on 1.91 acres $64,900

Dir: 70 E to && N, exit 54, take Old 21 Rd, R on Liberty School Rd, R on Bell.

Hosts: Dennis & Amanda Hitchcock, 740-607-8085 740-221-1818

625 Fairmont Ave., Zanesville

Features 6 units with one BR and one BA each. Large front porch leads to a large foyer with all hardwood floors. The 3rd floor could be finished into apartment or used for storage! $159,000

Call: Ronda Hartley, 740-704-5032


Saturday, Jan. 27, 2018 » Zanesville Times Recorder

2018 Guernsey-Muskingum Valley Association of REALTORS Dave Ogle,President

OPEN HOUSE TIMELINE: COUNTDOWN TO A SUCCESSFUL SALE An inviting open house can put your home on buyers’ short lists. Get ready for your open house — stress-free — by starting early and breaking down your to-do list into manageable chunks. Use this timeline of 35 tips and your house will stand out from the competition on open house day. Four Weeks Before the Open House •Line up a contractor to take care of maintenance issues your real estate agent has asked you to fix, like leaking faucets, sagging gutters, or dings in the walls. •De-clutter every room (even if you already de-cluttered once before). Don’t hide your stuff in the closet—buyers will open doors to size up closet space. Store your off-season clothes, sports equipment, and toys somewhere else. •Book carpet cleaners for a few days before the open house and a house cleaning service for the day before. Otherwise, make sure to leave time to do these things yourself a couple of days before. Two Weeks Before the Open House •Clean the light fixtures, ceiling fans, light switches, and around door knobs. A spic-and-span house makes buyers feel like they can move right in. •Power-wash the house, deck, sidewalk, and driveway. One Week Before the Open House •Make sure potential buyers can get up close and personal with your furnace, air-conditioning unit, and appliances. They’ll want to read any maintenance and manufacturer’s stickers to see how old everything is. •Clean the inside of appliances and de-clutter kitchen cabinets and drawers and the pantry. Buyers will open cabinet doors and drawers. If yours are stuffed to the gills, buyers will think your kitchen lacks enough storage space.

Low spots on the landscape can be hard to see but areas where the ground is wet for long periods of time after it rains or the sprinklers are run are locations where the water is collecting. AP

Week of the Open House •Buy ready-made cookie dough and disposable aluminum cookie sheets so you don’t have to take time for clean up after baking (you can recycle the pans after use). Nothing says “home” like the smell of freshly baked cookies. •Buy a bag of apples or lemons to display in a pretty bowl. •Clean the windows to let in the most light possible.

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•Mow the lawn two days before the open house. Mowing the morning of the open house can peeve house hunters with allergies. Day Before the Open House •Make sure your real estate agent puts up plenty of open-house signs pointing in the right direction and located where drivers will see them. If she can’t get to it on the Friday before a Sunday open house, offer to do it yourself. •Put away yard clutter like hoses, toys, or pet water bowls. •Lay fresh logs in the fireplace. Day of the Open House •Put checkbooks, kids’ piggybanks, jewelry, prescription drugs, bank statements, and other valuables in the trunk of your car, at a neighbor’s house, or in your safe. It’s rare, but thefts do happen at open houses. •Set the dining room table for a special-occasion dinner. In the backyard, uncover the barbeque and set the patio table for a picnic to show buyers how elegantly and simply they can entertain once they move in. •Check any play equipment for spider webs or insect invasions. A kid screaming about spiders won’t endear buyers to your home. •Clean the fingerprints off the storm door. First impressions count. •Put up Post-It notes around the house to highlight great features like tilt-in windows or a recently updated appliance. •Remove shampoo, soap, toothbrushes, and other personal items from the bathtub, shower, and sinks in all the bathrooms. Store them in a shoebox under the sink. Removing personal items makes it easier for buyers to see themselves living in your house. •Stow away all kitchen countertop appliances. One Hour Before the Open House •Bake the ready-to-bake cookies you bought earlier this week. Put them on a nice platter for your open house guests to eat with a note that says: “Help yourself!” •Put your bowl of apples or lemons on the kitchen table or bar counter. •Pick up and put away any throw rugs, like the bath mats. They’re a trip hazard. 15 Minutes Before the Open House •Open all the curtains and blinds and turn on the lights in the house. Buyers like bright homes. •Light fireplace logs (if it’s winter). •Didn’t get those cookies baked? Brew a pot of coffee to make the house smell inviting. During the Open House Get out of the house and let the REALTOR® sell it! Potential buyers will be uncomfortable discussing your home if you’re loitering during the open house. Take advantage of your child- and pet-free hours by treating yourself to something you enjoy — a few extra hours at the gym, a trip to the bookstore, or a manicure..


can add up. Outlays for drying basements can range from $1,000 to $10,000, according the U.S. National Flood Insurance Program. Repairing foundation damage can cost anywhere from $3,500 to $25,000, the National Association of Realtors says. The human health costs of poor drainage on properties also can be sizeable, Larsen said. “Poorly drained runoff from roofs can enter basements or flow inside homes through foundational cracks or leaks where it can warp floorboards and turn finished rooms into mildewy and moldy messes that can attract insects and rodents.” Inadequate drainage also cracks foundations, creates standing water that ruins yards and gardens, and allows breeding spots for disease-carrying mosquitoes and heartworms. “Soggy, poorly graded ground spells certain doom for lawns, shrubs, plants and gardens,” Larsen said.

Three of the most common solutions for drainage problems are catch basins, pop-up emitters and French drains. Catch basins trap sediment and contaminants beneath downspouts for drainage to safer locations. Pop-up emitters are connected to underground drainage pipes and channeled away from structures. The pop-up tops allow water to drain when full but remain closed when empty to keep out rodents and debris. French drains are gravelfilled trenches that direct storm water away from specific areas. They collect water over their entire length, rather than from one particular spot. With water drainage problems, though, come opportunities, said Monica Day, a water resources educator with Michigan State University Extension. “Be creative,” Day said. “There are positive ways of dealing with too much water. Keep it in the soil but where it’s not damaging anything. Let (ornamental) plants grow there to filter out the water and retain it. “That provides beautification as well as practicality,” she said.



Zanesville Times Recorder » Saturday, Jan. 27, 2018

Search For Property Online@ Leianne Barnes

Mary Bates

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603 High St, Dresden

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634 Merrick Avenue

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Tranquility & Fairview

Twp Rd 196, Crooksville

6250-80 Foundary Drive

Dresden & Fairview Land

Fattler Ridge/Sealover Hollow

2050 Greif Road

$60,000 Shirley McCollister, 607-1100

$60,000 Gail Garland, 819-3190

$65,000 Mary Bates, 607-2320

$275,000 Shirley McCollister, 607-1100

$330,000 Rick Staley, 819-7961

$175,000 Rebecca Wolfe, 683-6092

It’s helpful to narrow down your project to one subject — for instance, one decade in your relative’s life, or the various cities where they’ve lived. Consider what was important to your relative, perhaps asking other family members what memories might bring the most joy to your relative now. One fun option: Focus on the events that happened in your relative’s life when they were in their 20s. Gwynn Morris, associate professor of psychology at Meredith College, says researchers have found that our clearest memories are those of early adulthood. This “reminiscence bump,” Morris says, may mean that an elderly relative can tell you book-worthy stories about their experiences as a teen or 20something, even if they’re having trouble rememSee BOOKS, Page 6D


Ria Masterson (740) 605-1604

H Michael Davis (740) 350-4185


Well-Kept Ranch!

2416 Bell Street Zanesville, OH 43701

(740) 453-2424 Lisa Morgan


Jodi Durst



Beautiful Country Doublewide!

Ready to move into.Many updates! 3 bedrooms & large living room w/ formal dining room & fully applianced modern kitchen w/ Corian counter tops. Private fenced backyard, front Porch w/ Muskingum River views, attached garage & new storage shed! $109,000.

Home features 3BR/2BA, covered front porch & over 1700 sq ft. Lrg family room w/ gas fireplace. Covered deck w/ above ground pool. Updated kitchen w/ oak floors & cabinetry, granite countertops & updated appliances. 2 car att garage. 2 storage bldgs. $144,900.

6353 N ST RT 60 NW

7651 N ST RT 669 NW NE




Amazing Riverfront Ranch!

Completely Updated! 2 car garage, boat ramp/ boat dock all included. Big liv room with fireplace, 2 bedrooms, fully applianced kitchen leading onto patio overlooking Muskingum River. Large screened porch. Would make a great weekend retreat! $99,000.

Beautiful River Views!


Previously a Bed & Breakfast with 50 feet of river frontage. Live in part and make money on the rest.With over 10 acres there are many possibilities. Don’t miss your opportunity. $75,000.

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Choosing your subject

Gorgeous New Listing

Beautiful Country Setting for this Custom-built home on 10 acres w/free gas, just outside of New Concord in John Glenn School District. Call Carol Cunningham @ 740-255-3799



Maintenance Free Ranch

Quality Built home in quiet Country Retreat, 4 bedrooms, 3 new baths, wood burning fireplace & full bsmt. on large acre lot, JGSD Call Chris Gibson-Turner @ 740-584-7653



Just Reduced Now $89,900

Located just 5 miles north of New Concord is this cuter fixer-upper w/3 bedrooms, full bsmt. on 2.5 acres. Call Amanda Mignano @ 740-238-1260 #3962122



You can make a memory book by hand with scrapbooking supplies, but creating one online might be more practical: It can be reprinted if it’s misplaced or damaged, and you can make copies for other family members. Many websites, including and, offer templates for photo books. Choose one that offers page layouts with plenty of space for text. The cost will vary depending on the length of the book, and the quality of the cover and paper.

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Where to start

If elderly family members struggle to remember faces in old photo albums, consider scanning those shots and printing them along with brief family stories in what memory researchers call “memory books.” MELISSA RAYWORTH VIA AP

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Family photo albums can help jog an elderly friend or relative’s memories, but consider taking the photo book idea one step further: Create a “memory book” that combines personal photos with brief family stories and historical information. These can be used to help people struggling with memory loss, and give younger family members a window into older relatives’ lives. Memory books are also useful in helping older people introduce themselves to caregivers and provide topics for conversation, says Ann Norwich, director of the adult gerontology nurse practitioner program at York College of Pennsylvania. By illustrating and explaining details from the person’s past, Norwich says, the books cue caregivers and other visitors to ask better questions. That can prolong positive conversation.

Saturday, Jan. 27, 2018 » Zanesville Times Recorder

‘Memory books’ can help older loved ones recall their past

Alan Wilson


Deb Graham


Marsha Young


Amy Pieper


Larry Dennis



2110 sq. ft. on main flr. ranch home situated on 12.26 acres in the West Muskingum SD, updated kitchen, wood flooring, 4 bdrms., 3 full baths, full finished basement Listing Agent/Owner Amy Pieper 740-819-6928


Along with including family photos in a “memory book” for an elderly person, consider including scans or photos of other memorabilia such as diplomas or invitations to events. MELISSA RAYWORTH VIA AP



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bering more recent experiences. You might also want to focus on moments when your friend or relative achieved something important to them or made a difference in the lives of others. Whatever aspect of their life you choose to focus on, spend some time asking them questions and, with their permission, record the conversation. If they have photo albums, page through those with them and see if they can identify faces and places. Then interview other family members about the same topic or era, and ask for any related photos they might have.

Beyond photographs Next, hunt for other elements to include. Along with photos, you might bring in scans or photos of

a marriage license, diploma or ephemera such as a photo of a matchbook from a long-ago favorite restaurant. Another bit of memory research that can help: Morris says gerontologists separate “episodic memory,” meaning memories from your personal life, from “semantic memory,” which is knowledge of historical facts and news. Research suggests that semantic memories stay with people longer than personal, episodic memories. Cuing those semantic memories of what was going on in the world during a particular era can help trigger more personal memories from that time. So if you’re creating a memory book for your grandmother about her life in the 1950s, research historical events then. Search online for news stories and photographs (the Smithsonian’s online archive is one of many sources of historical photos in the public domain).

Laying it all out Once you’ve gathered all your raw material, translate your interviews and research into paragraphs that will reconnect your friend or relative with their past and accomplishments. It can be helpful to use shorter sentences and keep stories brief, especially if your loved one is beginning to have trouble following a narrative. Then cull through the photos and paperwork you’ve gathered to find the best visuals to tell your stories. Take time laying out the paragraphs and images on the templated pages, making sure you’re not packing too much information into each page. Ideally, the memory book will delight your relative but not overwhelm them. Finally, choose a particularly good photograph to include on the cover, then proofread your project to make sure it’s perfect before ordering printed copies.

Conveniently located to all north end amenities this sparkling well maintained ranch home is ready for its new owners. Directions: Maple Ave. to Kay Dr. Host: Alan Wilson 740-607-4750


Gorgeous 4 bdrm. home offers formal dining renovated kitchen w/quartz counter tops and must see. Directions: North on Maple left on St. Louis Host: Alan Wilson 740-607-4750


Check out this multi use property w/3 unit building, 16 storage units and 7 acres for expansion call Today to get all the details. Call office at 740-453-6533


You couldn’t build this home for the price w/new hardwood flrs., all new kitchen w/granite counter tops and soft close cabinets, new baths, 3 bdms., 2 baths and 2 car garage. Listing Agent Deb Graham 740-819-0217


3 bdrm. Cape Cod style home offered at $72,000, original hardwood throughout home, wide plank flooring and oversized 2 car garage. Listing Agent Brooke Carpenter 740-704-2913

Ron Buchanan


Brooke Carpenter


Danielle Fikes


Dave Foster


OPEN SUNDAY 1-3 3171 ARROW POINT DRIVE All Brick ranch home with walk out basement, 2 car garage, woodburning fireplace. Directions: West on 146 to Arrow Point Host: Alan Wilson 740-607-4750


Stunning upgrades throughout this 3 bdrm. home, 2 car garage, Granite counter tops and more. Directions: Newark Rd. just before the college. Host: Alan Wilson 740-607-4750


Nice Ranch home in the West Muskingum SD offering 3 bdrms., 2 ½ baths. Directions: North on Dresden to Mel Kay Way Hostess: Deb Graham 740-819-017

TRI VALLEY SD 4995 WEST SHORE DRIVE Charming 2 story w/4 bdrms., 1 ½ baths, cozy gas fireplace, large backyard with patio to enjoy the Out doors, 2 car garage w/large paved driveway. Listing Agent Marsha Young 740-221-9101


Located in Dresden this property has additional residence for additional income if desired, 3 bdrm. home with new updates & 2335 sq. ft. Listing Agent Alan Wilson 740-607-4750


Nice laying one acre building lot close to Dillon State Park, utilities available buyer is responsible for All hookups and septic. $29,900 Listing Agent Deb Graham 740-819-0217

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Zanesville Times Recorder » Saturday, Jan. 27, 2018

— Call Olde Town Realty For The Service You Deserve! —

Jan. 8 21 Anthony T. Norris to Peter A. Cherevas, 3548 Colony Hill Drive, Zanesville, $98,500 22 Paul E. Gibbons to Peter A. Cherevas, 3700 Colony Hill Drive, Zanesville, $95,000 23 Larry D. Towning to Max D. Pusz and Ashley J. Hothem, 25.0 acre split, Falls Township, $200,000 24 William T. Manning to Frank B. Clarke, 210 South Ave., Zanesville, $33,000 25 Todd Whiteman to Randall L. and Patricia A. Smith, 7295 Cassies Way, Zanesville, $295,000 26 Beatrice A. Blizzard to Kurt Laughton, 117 Canal Road, Frazeysburg, $120,000 27 Andrew and Angela Fuleki to Matthew and Sharry Goins, 910 Ayers St., Zanesville, $6,500 Jan. 9 28 Cindy L. Paul to Kevin R. and Shannon M. Bishop, 338 Mill St., Duncan Falls, $11,500 29 William J. and Christina A. Schwartz to Robert Mastracci, 10269 Castor Road, New Concord, $40,000 30 Nathan R. Miller to Lisa Lee Herda, 998 Second St., Dresden, $98,000 31 Frederick D. Wickham to Bruce C. Tetak, 6805 Mutton Ridge Road, Zanesville, $12,000 32 Roger D. and Rose M. Jones to Jason A. Heel and Saylor G. Kelly, 9450 West Pike, Hopewell, $252,500 33 Matthew E. and Misty D. Huey to Jordon R. and Myranda L. Searls, 4095 Dietz Lane, Zanesville, $223,000

Jan. 11 41 Rosemary Clemenson to Lamar D. Troyer, 2710 Maplebrook Road, New Concord, $450,150 42 Martin L. and Malinda C. Hargus to Joseph and Tina Hargrove, 3017 Flint Ridge Road, Hopewell, $61,550 43 Darrell and Lenora Chandler to Jessica Everson, 3730 Ridgeland Drive, Zanesville, $3,300 44 Mary Suzanne Greten to Tessa Thomas, 401 Wayne Ave., Zanesville, $13,100 45 Denice L. Thomas to Darian Ramon Patterson, 120 Ontario St., Zanesville, $2,000 46 Quentin T. Green to Jordan R. and Jacque R. Lowry, 6895 Salem Church Road, Adamsville, $13,500 Jan. 12 47 Eric S. and Karrie R. Williams to Linden Avenue LLC, 3155 Hill Road, Dresden, $350,000 48 Terry R. Bell to Rodriguez L. Hampton, 1438 Crown St., Zanesville, $39,000 49 Gregory L. and Teresa M. Brownfield to Robert Ryan Pettit, 2860 Coopermill Road, Zanesville, $50,000 50 Larry R. Shroyer to Majestic Rentals Unlimited LLC, 252 Florence Ave., Zanesville, $23,500 51 Alana M. James to Brady Parr, 580 Virginia Ridge Road, Philo, $11,250


52 North Valley Bank to BGT Rentals LLC, 908 Arch St., Zanesville, $29,000 844 Adair Avenue

PROPERTY TRANSFERS EXEMPT FROM CONVEYANCE FEES Jan. 8 E21 Jesse F. James to Alana M. James, 580 Virginia Ridge Road, Blue Rock Jan. 9 E22 US Bank to Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, 4285 Tucker Road, Zanesville E23 Lori H. Hamilton (Gates) to Jeff and Lori H. Gates, 10445 Dickson Road, New Concord E24 Dorothy E. Hutton to Anissa E. Hutton, 1633 Adamsville Road, Zanesville E25 Suzanne Camay Driscoll to Ronald E. Driscoll, 3325 Adamsville Road, Zanesville E26 Howard William Brake to Charlene S. Haley, 7170 Swackhammer Road, Zanesville Jan. 11 E27 Stacey A. and Lewis Wayne Newland Jr. to Sarge Properties LLC, 3825 Wesley Chapel Road, Zanesville E28 Gregory A. Starcher to Robert M. Starcher, 7905 Meadow Drive, Nashport Jan. 12 E29 Stacey and Lewis W. Newland Jr. to Sargeant Properties LLC, 3825 Wesley Chapel Road, Nashport E30 Secretary of Housing and Urban Development to Roger J. and Kalyn R. Sharrock, 9505 Dove Road, Frazeysburg E31 Alex Austin and Prince Donathan Fields to AP Fields Realty LLC, 787 Luck Ave., Zanesville E32 Christina Lacerda to Christina Maria Lacerda, Lot H, Lock-N-Stock, Brandywine Boulevard, Zanesville


55 S Pembroke, S Zanesville This is a must see home! 2 large bedrooms 1 bath home that features a formal dining room, large kitchen. Enjoy relaxing & entertaining on the covered back deck. Large detached garage. Priced to sell!

INVESTMENT PROPERTY 2 unit ~ 2 bedroom 1 bath DIR: E Main to S Pembroke. Right at 1st Alley, each unit. Well maintained follows signs to parking in rear. Priced to sell! Host: Connie Shaeffer Call Tammy (03-411C) 740-819-4490

3 bedroom 2 bath home. Kitchen features oak cabinets and ceramic tile floors. 1st floor laundry/ mud room. Call Chad (04-3119H)

Historic District 3 bedroom 1 1/2 bath. New furnace/AC in 2017 Hardwood floors, off street parking Call Dottie (01-777B)

Well maintained 2 bedroom 1 bath. Close to shopping. Priced to sell $69,900 Call Rex (03-2888P)

Move in Ready 3 bedroom 2 baths Remodeled throughout Detached garage plus 12 x 14 Amish built bldg. Call Connie (02-413P)

Don’t overlook this cute 3 bedroom 1 bath home. Traditional Layout Very well maintained Priced at just $61,900 Call Paul (03-411S)

2 bedroom 1 bath Hardwood floors Large detached garage Priced at just $79,900 Call Connie (03-828E)

INVESTMENT PROPERTY 6 Unit ~ 1 bedroom each. Call George for details (02-905G)

INVESTMENT PROPERTY 3 Bedroom 1 bath $39,900 Call Rex (02-433F)

COMMERCIAL BUILDING SITE 2.5 Acres, All utilities avail. Perfect for restaurant, mini mall etc. Call Connie for Details (03-2821M)

Call A Y City Realty Realtor Today!

Tammy Findeiss 740-819-4103 Debbie Sorensen 740-252-2475 Rex Fell 740-624-6432 Adrian Kaminski 740-562-3860 Cheryl Moody 740-408-5203 George Sherry, Broker 740-683-3200

Connie Shaeffer 740-819-4490 Dottie Manning 740-819-9082 Chad Brock 740-607-0448 Paul Quisling 740-683-7066 Y City Realty 740-452-8500 Carolyn Sherry, Broker 740-319-7954


Jan. 10 34 Patricia Ann Coury to Wesley G. L. Worthington, 520 Harding Road, Zanesville, $149,900 35 Larry D. Bee Jr. to Cathy A. and Ronald D. Learn, 2010 N. Hazel Ave., Zanesville, $53,000 36 Dana J. and Beverly

L. Johnson to Bradley Southall, 8251 Rockville Road, Blue Rock, $12,000 37 Wells Fargo Bank to BGT Rentals LLC, 2232 Hazel Ave., Zanesville, $68,055 38 Jayne R. Sparks to Shane A. and Alyssa M. Foster, 2151 Richvale Road, Nashport, $142,500 39 Matthews and Shilling Commercial LLC to Jody L. Varner, 110 Bridge St., Duncan Falls, $25,000 40 Radiology Associates Inc. to Pierre M. and Patricia L. Ceo, 838 Market St., Zanesville, $155,000

Saturday, Jan. 27, 2018 » Zanesville Times Recorder


Zanesville Times Recorder » Saturday, Jan. 27, 2018

“We Always Have Time For You”

Carol Goff & Associates

1108 Maple Ave. Zanesville, OH

(740) 454-6777 NEW PRICE


Price Reduced! 3-4 bedrooms with 2 full baths and walkout basement. Newly landscaped with lots of perennials and concrete sidewalk. Large lot, over 2 acres located in Lakewood schools. All appliances stay. Very large open kitchen complete with walk-in panty. Great location for commuters. Motivated Sellers! Dir: Off Brownsville Rd on Flint Ridge.

Carol Goff 819-2301 Owner

Lori Frank 704-5511 Broker

PET OF THE WEEK Cali 8 month Old Female Animal Shelter Society, Inc 740-452-1077

LORI FRANK 740-704-5511



Zanesville • 740-454-6777 South Zanesville • 740-454-0246 New Concord • 740-826-7557 NEW PRICE

626 LENOX AVE. $86,900

Great north end location! Original woodwork and hardwood floors. Lower level family room area with bar and half bath with ceramic tile flooring. Updated furnace, electric box and roof. Nice level yard, off street parking in 2 car 2 detached garage. Attic area could be finished for additional space but makes great storage area.

146 GALIGHER ST. $74,900

Beautifully renovated 3 bedroom, 1 ½ brick home. Gorgeous kitchen with white cabinets, tile backsplash and stainless appliances. All new plumbing, electric, furnace, flooring, etc. The list goes on and on! Don’t miss your chance on this one!!

SHANNON ADAMS 740-819-1641

DANIEL BENNETT 740-607-7729/ SHERRY ZIEMER 740-607-8471

105 WHITES RD. $460,000

5075 PINE VALLEY DR. $289,900

SIS TODD 740-4548-8468

SHANNON ADAMS 740-819-1641


Shannon Adams 819-1641 Realtor

Bonnie Dearth 819-3197 Realtor

3548 COLONY HILL DR. $109,900

Over 900 square feet of living space - 2 bedroom, 2 bath spacious condo offers fully appliance kitchen, new paint, new carpet, walk-in-closet, 1 car attached garage nice front porch facing Northpointe.

BONNIE DEARTH 740-819-3197

216 HAZLETT CT. $229,900

Great commercial opportunity in downtown Zanesville close to the river. Over 5800 sq ft of space including a large area for banquets or large groups on the ground floor and offices on the second floor. All restaurant equipment on the first floor is included with the sale of the building.

CALL OFFICE 740-454-6777

1700 CLARICE DR. $179,900

5 unit apartment complex in very quiet and private setting close to town. All units are 1 bedroom, 1 bath with washer and dryer hookups. Currently 2 strips of apartments. Tenant pays water and electric. Owner pays sewer and trash collection.

CALL OFFICE 740-454-6777

High visibility, just 1 mile from I-70. Great location for a business. Commercial vacant ground with 35 acres in Zanesville, Ohio. Ideal location for a hotel, etc. Just 2 miles out of town between US 40 and Interstate 70. Located next to Goodwill Industries.

Gorgeous 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath home in East Muskingum School. Gourmet kitchen with stainless appliances. Beautiful custom woodwork throughout. Formal dining room and living room. Fully finished basement with full bath and family room. 3 car garage.

Ric Dodson 221-9946 Realtor

Stacie West 408-7533 Realtor

Kendra Swiney 740-297-1863 Realtor


Dustin Bronkar 740-704-4443 Realtor

Susan Crews 819-5829 Realtor

Sis Todd 454-8468 Realtor

580 MORGAN RD. $229,000

1015 BAM LN. $226,900

526 MAIN ST. $179,000

Private wooded setting with 5 acres features 4 bedrooms, 3 full baths, fully applianced oak kitchen, covered front porch and covered rear deck with above ground pool. Beautiful private in-law suite. 24x40 barn with electric and fenced pasture. 32x40 garage with man cave. 24x12 dogrun with kennel.

Beautiful 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath ranch home with river frontage. Nice open concept living room, kitchen and dining area. Living room features a gas fireplace. The full finished basement has family room and additional living space. Covered front porch. 2 car attached garage and paved driveway.

Upper Level Condo remodeled! Amazing Quality Design, High Ceilings, Beautiful Cherry Floors Throughout, Open & Spacious 2 Bedroom, 2 Full Baths. Cherry Cabinets & Granite Counters in Kitchen, New Windows and Laundry Room. Spiral Staircase to Remodeled Roof With/Private Deck and Wonderful Views! Entire Building With Condo and 1st Floor Office Space.

421 EPPLEY AVE. $89,900

1114 BENJAMIN AVE. $57,000

1628 MAPLE AVE. $54,900

CALL OFFICE 740-454-6777

Beautiful 3 bedroom, 1 _ bath 2 story home with a nice front porch for relaxing. Lots of updates have been done including fresh paint and carpet in living room and bedrooms and updated bathroom on the 2nd floor. Eat in kitchen with plenty of space for storage and also a 1st floor laundry room.

SHANNON ADAMS 740-819-1641

Ron Thompson 683-7089 Realtor

Lisa Finnell 221-5431 Realtor

Coleen Tiffner 680-0681 Realtor

CALL OFFICE 740-454-6777

Maysville Schools! Located on a dead end street,nice level lot, detached garage and storage area. Large eat in kitchen, living room and bedroom on main level and 2 bedrooms up. Bath is on main level and laundry is in basement area. Home has been well cared for with a little cosmetics this will be a great home.

SHANNON ADAMS 740-819-1641

Sherry Ziemer 607-8471 Realtor

Bruce Crutchfield 630-1459 Realtor

Lori Dickens 255-0182 Realtor

PHIL MUSE 614-949-3482

8200 SILVEY HOLLOW RD. $178,900

Looking for privacy and seclusion, then look no more. Sitting on 15 wooded acres this home has an abundance of wild life making it ideal for hunting or just relaxing and watching. Situated in Franklin Local Schools, this 3 bedroom home has two heat sources. Walk out basement with lots of additional storage. Property has a spring feed pond, barn and 4 car garage.

BONNIE DEARTH 740-819-3197

Nice large mobile home on a level lot with a country setting. Deck/porch covered on front. Deck on back. Storage building stays. Great location on a quiet street close to restaurants and post office. Just far enough out.

LORI FRANK 740-704-5511

SIS TODD 740-454-8468

Dylan Ruby 624-8856 Realtor

Phillip Muse 614-949-3482 Realtor

LISA FINNELL 740-221-5431

2039 NEIL AVE. $39,900

Excellent north end location. Situated near residential and commercial on Maple Avenue. Would make great office, rental or residential home. Convenient location. Needs TLC but the opportunities are limitless.

Rhonda Lampton 624-8887 Realtor

3965 MAYHEW DR. $154,900

Beautifully updated home on North End of Zanesville. Quiet neighborhood with country setting bu t close to shopping,grocery and hospital. This property includes all new windows throughout,as well as updated kitchen and bath, hardwood flooring,new furnace,newer plumbing and electric. This lot has so much to offer including a newer deck off of the kitchen.

Judy Covella 270-9504 Realtor

Jalil Carter 260-4749 Realtor

John Wells 617-9748 Realtor

3000 MOXADARLA DR. LOT 57 $26,900

Well-kept manufactured home in Colonial Hills Trailer Park. This is a 2000 Ashland Bluegrass 16X80 with 3 bedrooms and 2 baths. Ceiling fans throughout with central air in place. Located next to Maysville Schools and close to the South Zanesville shopping area. This home can be moved or left in place.

SHANNON ADAMS 740-819-1641

Sean Barnhouse 740-562-9831 Realtor

Daniel Bennett 740-607-7729 Realtor


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