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Clay Pike, Zanesville Call Connie 740-819-4490

Westbourne, Zanesville Call Tammy 740-819-4103


3851 Hemmers Lane ~ Well Maintained! 3 bedroom 3 bath ranch. Home features tile throughout the main floor, cathedral ceiling and open floor plan. Master bath has a large jacuzzi but plus a walk in shower. 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 & bath. Call Rex 740-624-6432

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Zanesville Times Recorder » Saturday, Feb. 24, 2018

Search For Property Online@ Leianne Barnes

Mary Bates

Christy Buck

John Bates

S. Jay Butler

Stephanie Cowgill

Victor Dutro

Mary Ford

Tom Frampton

Gail Garland

Lynda King

Michael Loomis

Cindy Luburgh

Real Estate Sales 740-455-4300

Susan McCollister Shirley McCollister Kevin McCollister

Tamara Porter



Dick Pryor

Sandra Rucker

Samantha Schlater

5115 Tiffany Drive

Kathy Seward

Rick Staley

Ruth Weekley

6880 Newark Road

Mollie Winland

Jerry Wolfe

Rebecca Wolfe

603 High St, Dresden

Dixie Zigo

Property Management 740-455-4303

1201 Adamsville Rd

1839 Norwood Blvd

2440 Ridge Road

DIR: Dresden Rd. North, left on Yale, right on Norwood

DIR: West Main to Ridge.

Hostess: Mary Bates, 607-2320

Hostess: Christy Buck, 819-0582

Mary Ford, 819-4644

Tamara Porter, 607-6476

Kevin McCollister, 252-1601

Kathy Seward, 819-2555

3085 Winding Way

7190 Via Ken, Hopewell

10418 Rankin Rd.

3015 Northern Place

4390 N. River Road

447 Main, Duncan Falls










Susan McCollister, 252-1602

Sandra Rucker, 704-1241

Mary Bates, 607-2320

Christy Buck, 819-0582

Mary Ford, 819-4644

Rebecca Wolfe, 683-6092

577 E. Main, McConnelsville

9450 Mulberry Road

816 Luck Avenue

362 Jessamine St.

5225 Hampton Court

4408 Hunt Road







Leianne Barnes, 586-8144

Mary Bates, 607-2370

Mary Bates, 607-2320

Leianne Barnes, 586-8144

Shirley McCollister, 607-1100

Tamara Porter, 607-6476

405 Hankinson Lane

1223 Garden Street

Fattler Ridge/Sealover

2050 Greif Road

Eden Park Dr.

6250-80 Foundry Drive









Christy Buck, 819-0582

Rick Staley, 819-7961

Rick Staley, 819-7961

Rebecca Wolfe, 683-6092

Tamara Porter, 607-6476

Mary Bates, 607-2320

King Arthur Drive

512 Kinzel Avenue

518 Kinzel Avenue

Orchard Park/ Maysville

Dresden/Fairview Acer-


$16,000 Susan McCollister, 252-1602

$15,000 Mary Bates, 607-2320

$15,000 Mary Bates, 607-2320

$125,000 Kathy Seward, 819-2555

$275,000 Shirley McCollister, 607-1100

$60,000 Shirley McCollister, 607-1100

5005 Brentwood Pk., Nashport

Beautiful custom built ranch home boasts wide open floor plan with over 2200 sq. ft. of living space, 3 BR, 2 BA & a large 2 car garage.

Dir: 60 N, R on Richvale to R on Northcrest, follow to Brentwood Park. $269,900

Host: Dan Robison, 740-221-3749


Caren Yglesias is the author of the book, “Desert Gardens of Steve Martino.” THE MONACELLI PRESS VIA AP

Phoenix landscaper brings desert to urban yards ANITA SNOW ASSOCIATED PRESS

See DESERT, Page 4D

Host: Terry Ludman, 740-819-3000

6160 Southview, Nashport

Call: Dean Harper, 740-607-2969


2750 E Military Rd., Zanesville

Spacious 4 BR home offers 2 full & 2 half BA, open floor plan with lg. kitchen boasting breakfast bar, spacious rear deck with private wooded view & a full finished bsmt. NOW $272,900

Call: Elyse Luburgh, 740-819-1459

3350 Pinecrest, Zanesville

Beautiful 4 BR, 2 full BA home offers cathedral ceiling in Great Rm w/brick FP, a lg. master suite & situated right on the Golf Course. $194,500 Dir: SR 60 N to Nashport, turn R on Vista View then R on Southview.

This ranch home features 4 BR, a lg. living rm. and an updated kitchen that flows into the fam. rm. 1st floor laundry and situated on 2 acres with great views. $129,900 Dir: 146 turn L on Dillon Falls past Lumbertown, then R on Pinecrest.

Host: Jay Phillis, 740-319-1818

Host: Jay Phillis, 740-319-1818



544 Harvard St., Zanesville

120 Arch Hill Rd., Zanesville

One of a kind commercial warehouse space available on approx. 1.63 acres close to downtown Zanesville. Quality finishes, full kitchen, bath w/shower area, heated concrete floors, 6 overhead doors & 2 loading dock doors. $699,000

A chance to own your own business. Unique opportunity to purchase inventory and client base. The building is not for sale, but owner is willing to lease it for a year, then you can negotiate from there.


Call: Ruth Ann Lynn, 740-607-6721

Call: Bobbi Lepi,




2877 Dresden Rd., Zanesville 3 BR, 3.5 BA brick front home offers over 3500 sq. ft. of living space! Full finished basement, 2 gas fireplaces and a 3 season room with composite decking overlooking a large backyard. $219,900

OPEN SUN 2 - 3:30 PM

1612 Linden Ave., Zanesville

Here is your opportunity to own a well established business! Great location for this carryout restaurant. Grillin offers a full carryout BBQ menu along with ice cream. Covered outdoor seating, all equipment, supplies, signs and a full active website. Lg. rotisserie Jacks Old South Smoker on site, lg. dry storage bldg., 2 walk in coolers, newer deep fryer and grill. Owner will also include the full service concession trailer with lg. rotisserie smoker inside. (will include all fair contracts, currently 5). This business has so much to offer! $750,000. List of equip. & supplies available upon request.

Call: Dan Robison, 740-221-3749



855 Richey Rd., Zanesville

Charming ranch is move in ready! This 3 BR, 2 BA home is freshly painted on the exterior and offers many updates! 2 car garage and nestled on 1/2 acre! NOW $121,900

Call: Bobbi Lepi, 740-455-3730 “The Best Address in Real Estate”

111 Fox Ave., Zanesville

3 BR, 2 BA brick home offers many updates. Owner is offering a 1 year home warranty plus willing to pay 3% of purchase price towards closing costs! Owner is realtor. $50,000

Call: Leighton Wetzel, 740-868-9847



PHOENIX – When I moved to Phoenix last summer, I was bewildered by all the bright green grass I saw smack in the middle of the Sonoran Desert – in residential yards, on golf courses, at community parks. While the temperatures were hitting nearly 120 degrees, these perfect lawns sucked up huge amounts of water delivered by the shussssh-chik-chik-chik of sprinklers before the brutal orange sun rose each summer morning. But I was drawn to the more naturallooking, drought-tolerant yards, the kind of landscaping I saw in Southern California when water rationing forced homeowners several years ago to trade their lawns for chaparral. Instead of big shade trees, there were saguaro cacti and whip-like ocotillo plants stretching their long branches into the cloudless sky. Crushed red rock took the place of Bermuda grass. Golden barrel cactus replaced rose bushes. The newly published “Desert Gardens of Steve Martino” (The Monacelli

Press, 2018) shows us how a celebrated Phoenix landscape architect uses native flora to create such natural outdoor spaces for his clients. With a text written by fellow architect Caren Yglesias and photographs by Steve Gunther, we see how Martino creates what Yglesias characterizes as comfortable outdoor rooms. Terracotta pots, concrete benches and cantilevered stairs add character while hidden light fixtures provide nighttime drama. Playing with geometric shapes, light and shadow, Martino’s work recalls the functionalist influence of the late Mexican architect Luis Barragan. Rectangular slab walls painted in cerulean blue, burnt orange-red, cheery yellow or deep purple provide privacy. Martino combines desert flora with steel, rocks and those colored walls to create quiet spaces where you can reflect alone or gather with others. Tapered concrete paths lead through grounds covered by crushed rock to outdoor fireplaces or water sources such as fountains or a pipe sticking out of a wall.

1258 Rankin Dr., Zanesville

Spacious 3 BR, 2 full BA brick ranch offers a living area with floor to ceiling bay window, exposed beam ceiling & a covered patio. Move in ready. Dir: Off Center Dr., close to Zanesville Country Club and $249,900

OPEN SUN 12 - 1:30 PM

Saturday, Feb. 24, 2018 » Zanesville Times Recorder


Alan Wilson



Marsha Young


Amy Pieper


Larry Dennis



This garden is just one of many featured in the book, “Desert Gardens of Steve Martino,” by Caren Yglesias. THE MONACELLI PRESS VIA AP

Desert Continued from Page 3D


Deb Graham

Splashing water drowns out the roar of a nearby highway, while a wall hides a yard from hikers traversing through an adjacent wildlife area. Arizona’s state tree, the Blue Palo Verde, and Mexican fence-post cactus stand tall and straight like sentries alongside buildings. But there’s no grass in Martino’s projects. “Lawn has its place in a public park, but it’s ridiculous to have it at your home,” Martino said, explaining his landscaping philosophy during a recent telephone interview. “Using grass at your home really is a kind of crime. Lawn mowers are not environmentally friendly.” “And we need to save our water,” the 70-year-old added. “I always like to say, ‘Kill your lawn, save your grandchildren.’” Martino differentiates his projects from traditional desert landscaping, that old-fashioned mix of cacti, green-painted gravel and rusty wagon wheels that he likes to call “gardens of despair.” Instead, Martino builds habitats, with native plants attracting their symbiotic pollinators. In the book, he describes finding a vagabond plant known as a sacred datura in a bed of salvia, and being startled one evening when he saw a huge Hawk Moth suddenly fly away from the big nighttime bloom. Martino’s relationship with the desert goes back to his years as a troubled youth sent to live on a ranch, where he was charged with wrangling horses. He later served in the Marine Corps and studied art at a community college. The landscape architect wrote in a

separate introduction in the book that he found his life’s calling after a college instructor suggested he visit the workshop of Paolo Soleri, an Italian architect known for his ceramic and bronze wind bells. Soleri had been a disciple of Frank Lloyd Wright when the American spent his winters at the desert home he dubbed Taliesin West. Martino noted his dislike of Phoenix’s manufactured feel, and the millions of dollars spent to make it look like it’s not in the desert.Here are a few of Martino’s projects featured in the book: Daniels/Falk Garden. At the Tucson property of Susan Daniels and Eugene Falk, Martino designed gardens with terraces and retaining walls over threequarters of an acre in an effort to visually connect the property with the adjacent Coronado National Forest. He situated an infinity edge pool to extend into the desert and lead the eye toward the mountains. A runnel, or narrow channel, was created to spill water into a trough that became a drinking hole for wildlife. City Grocery Garden. Interior designer Georgia Bates bought a rundown grocery store in the heart of Phoenix and transformed it into a live-in compound with garden courtyards. Martino redid the outside areas, and built a pedestrian entry and a freestanding fireplace. He left five palm trees already standing on the site, and added plants such as prickly pear cactus, creosote bush, Texas sage, and mesquite and Palo Verde trees. Casa Blanca Garden. Molly and Jim Larkin called on Martino to improve on a garden outside their nearly 90-year-old adobe home in the Phoenix suburb of Paradise Valley. Martino added more cacti and trees, along with a non-traditional lap pool and a tennis court. On a lark, he also planted his first now-signature prickly pear cactus roof garden.

Solid brick ranch w/2 car garage, large lot and full walk out basement. Directions: Rt. 146 West to Arrowpoint Host: Alan Wilson 740-607-4750

Ron Buchanan


Brooke Carpenter


Danielle Fikes


Dave Foster



Ranch home offering 3 bdrms., 3 baths, full basement and located in Tri Valley SD Directions: Northpointe left on Richvale to Heritage Dr. to Heather Green Host: Alan Wilson 740-607-4750

WELCOME HOME GRANTS ARE ARRIVING Call One of Our Experienced Realtors To Find Out How This Can Help You Buy Your Dream Home Marsha Young, Realtor

Larry Dennis, Realtor

Deb Graham, Realtor

Alan Wilson, Realtor

Danielle Fikes, Realtor

Brooke Carpenter, Realtor

Ron Buchanan, Auctioneer

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Zanesville Times Recorder » Saturday, Feb. 24, 2018

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Storage pieces are not what they used to be. Changes in home design and technology mean that boxy, old-fashioned armoires, dressers and china hutches are being repurposed or are making room for cabinets, shelving and sideboards in a wide variety of shapes, sizes and styles. Today’s decor embraces an eclectic look, and rooms might serve more than one function. Walk-in closets and wallmounted TVs are hot; formal dining rooms are not. All of these trends mean there’s more freedom in choosing storage pieces, including “wow pieces” that make a statement, said Sarah Winslow, merchandising manager at Terrasi Living & Scandia Home in Kansas City, Missouri. “The furniture police have left the building,” she said. Adam G. Tilley, senior vice president for product and marketing at A.R.T. Furniture in High Point, North Carolina, said his company and others are

offering new takes on cabinetry, including interesting shapes, finishes or embellishments that can work within traditional furniture groupings. The units might house barware, electronics or other household items. A.R.T. offers the “chesser,” for instance, a cross between a chest and dresser. It also has a sofa with a built-in bookcase. “These are fun accent pieces that are orbiting around that center core of a suite of furniture,” Tilley said. Many of the new styles offer a mix of storage and display space, Tilley said. “More and more people desire to spend their money having experiences, and the way they decorate their homes has become a reflection of that,” he said. “They are drawn to furniture that showcases the memories that were made, the knowledge that was acquired, or objects that bring those experiences home.” For example, the popularity of craft liquors and fancy cocktails has increased sales of swanky bar cabinets, said Adam Young, who with his wife, Emily, owns Brass and

Burl, a furniture store in Hackensack, New Jersey, and New York City. They also sell standalone buffets, console cabinets and shelving units, among other items. Customers are drawn to pieces that create interest through metal accents, unusual stains or interesting inlays, and fill them however they see fit – regardless of what the pieces were designed to hold, he said. “I don’t think people care about convention at all anymore,” Young said. “At the end of the day, people need function – some place to store their stuff.” Look for shapes and styles you like and don’t worry about what the piece is supposed to be for, advises Linda Merrill, interior designer at Linda Merrill Decorative Surroundings in Duxbury, Massachusetts. If a buffet works in the hall, use it there. “People have a lot of stuff that they’re trying to figure out how to hide,” she said. Repurposing a piece of furniture or using it in an unexpected spot will add to its “wow” factor, said Dinah Baxter O’Dell

Saturday, Feb. 24, 2018 » Zanesville Times Recorder

Storage gets creative thanks to changing decor trends

Legacy Classic Furniture’s Cinema shoe cabinet in the open position. LEGACY CLASSIC FURNITURE VIA AP

whose business, 2nd Bloom, focuses on painting and restyling furniture. Many of her clients have pieces of quality furniture that offer great storage options but no longer fit their decor. She transforms them into functional “statement” pieces.


Ria Masterson (740) 605-1604

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Opportunity Awaits!

Start your business here for great visibility,busy, high traffic corner lot. Could be converted to your business needs or convert back to single family housing very easily. Super location. $105,000.


2012-2018 MAPLE AVE.



Great East Side Location with some updates in progress. Home features 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, living room, dining rm, kitchen and a partially finished basement with family room. Attached garage and a covered porch overlooking back yard. Priced to sell!

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2 Story Brick. 2012 Maple-Comm spacekitchen, din rm, shower/laundry. 2012 1/2 Maple-upstairs 2 BR apt-bath, lrg rm 3rd fl & deck. Corner 2 Story-2018 Maple-comm space-2 BRs, kitchen, new floors. 2016 Maple-2 BRs, bath. Parking-9 parking spaces.



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The Matignon Small Buffet from the Rive Gauche Collection.

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Ethan Allen Inc.’s Disney hub modular storage unit. ETHAN

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“Perfect imperfection” is a trend in furnishings and decor. “It’s a return to the artisanal and the crafted, with narrative and meaning to objects,” says Caroline Till, co-founder of the London design studio FranklinTill. “Fingerprints of process and technique are part of the aesthetic appeal of the finished item.” Her studio got together last year with trend researchers from across Europe and the United States to see what’s percolating in interior design, fashion and architecture. They displayed their findings at the recent international textile fair Heimtextil in Frankfurt, Germany, and a published compilation is being used by designers as inspiration for new products. “Perfect imperfection” was one of the design directions they identified. One pavilion at the fair featured artisans working on dyeing, weaving and other crafting methods. Barrels of inky blue dye stood next to wooden racks draped with cottons that had been given pattern or left to absorb the color naturally. Till says indigo is a lead player on the artisanal stage. “(It’s) embraced by a wave of contemporary brands and designers as they revisit the craft, celebrating the imperfections and graduated hues,” she says. Indigo pieces can be found in abundance at retailers this season. Arhaus has floor poufs wrapped in indigo-dyed, mud-print-patterned cotton. Indigo and white brushstrokes add an abstract individuality to a classic Norfolk chair from Annie Selke. Houston designer Margaret Naeve is on board with the perfectly imperfect look. “From a messy bed to handmade ceramics and metalwork, I hope to see more people looking for pieces that aren’t necessarily manicured,” she says. “I love curtains that are slightly wrinkled, and vintage African furniture that’s one of a kind, obviously handmade by an artisan. The idea of mixing pieces that aren’t perfect in a polished space excites me,” Naeve says. “There’s nothing more chic than a sophisticated room styled with loose florals and a messy throw, adding a level of approachability to the formality of a carefully designed space.” Perfectly imperfect also reflects a

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

6 WAYS TO TOTALLY SNOOP THE HOUSE YOU WANT TO BUY Ah, house hunting. It may technically be shopping, but it can feel more like breaking and entering. Even though you know the seller wants you there, does anyone really want you traipsing through their bedroom? Or looking through their closet? Or digging around in their basement? Awwwwkward.

Refin’s Voyager ceramic tile collection was inspired by the aged and rusted metal bridges of Genoa and the architectural elements of Victorian buildings. REFLIN VIA AP

But here’s something that should feel weirder: buying a home without knowing absolutely everything you can about it. The only way to avoid the second awkwardness is to face the first head on. When you’re house hunting, don’t think of poking around in someone else’s home as nosiness. It’s a smart, must-do investigation. Here are six things you should absolutely do when viewing a home — no matter how awkward it feels. 1. Soak in the Bathroom

15th-century Japanese aesthetic: wabi sabi. Loosely translated, it refers to an appreciation of the effects of time, and the humble beauty found in things that are impermanent, old, worn or incomplete. We see it in the charm of rustic recycled wood, wrinkly linens, and vintage pieces with patina. It’s also evident in unpredictable and unique finishes, like reactive or drip glazes, color-washed walls, antiqued pieces and distressed rugs. Anthropologie’s spring tabletop line includes ceramics from Portugal with painterly drip and wash glazes in gentle hues. Feathers inspired a set of rugs by Spanish maker Nanimarquina ; the freeform rugs each have their own slight imperfections from the handmade process, and come in a soft palette of ivory, pale green and stone. Crate & Barrel’s Bringham iron vases meld a simple sculptural shape with an aged-look finish of gray, bronze and silver. Grain-rich teak slabs are connected with black wire to create the Marcel wall art that’s organic and contemporary. A new wall art piece at West Elm is crafted of aluminum, with a textural indigo finish creating a wave pattern. Spring bedding collections includes flax linen and cotton linen covers in calming hues of pool, slate, blush and a gentle gold shade called horseradish. Inspired by an old wing chair stripped of its upholstery, furniture maker Van Thiel & Co.’s collection of deconstructed seating and ottomans at Restoration Hardware exposes the pieces’ walnut wood frames and burlap and cotton base covers.

Homebuyers tend to peer into the bathroom for as long as they’d want a stranger to examine theirs: not long at all. But this isn’t the time to be quick. Josh Myler, a REALTOR® with The Agency in Los Angeles, encourages buyers to take a long, close perusal of the water closet. Flush the toilet to find any backups in the system, and turn on the faucets to check the water pressure. Besides being annoying during showers, low pressure can indicate problems with the plumbing. “Water pressure can really cause headaches down the line if you don’t dig in before you make an offer,” says Myler. But always, always check with your agent first. In some markets, or with some sellers, it’s considered impolite to actually use the toilet. Or, if the owners already have moved, the water may be turned off. And that could be, ummm, awkward. 2. Dig Around in the Closets OK, don’t actually go through the owner’s stuff, but take a close look to assess how much storage space there is, and decide if it’ll meet your needs. “People don’t like to open closets because they think it’s rude, but if you’re buying the house, it’s one of the biggest investments,” says Myler. “You want to make sure there’s enough room for everything you need.” Before you step foot in a single house, take inventory of your current storage space, and know how much you’d like your next home to have. 3. Poke Around the Attic and Basement Don’t just stick your head inside and call it good. Give the basement and attic a thorough investigation. If there are belongings piled against the wall, request they be moved before a second viewing. “I get very nervous when I see a packed basement and stuff against the wall,” says Kyle Alfriend, lead agent of The Alfriend Group in Dublin, Ohio. That’s because hidden walls and ceilings can conceal water damage, including peeling or discolored paint, rotting wooden accents, or a white, chalky substance on the wall, which indicates water intrusion. As for the attic, a quick glance should tell you what you need to know. Are there rat droppings? Molding wood? Or is it generally clean, even if dusty? BYO flashlight for an enlightened examination. 4. Meet the Neighbors Sorry, introverts. There’s no better way to get a read on the neighborhood than by directly asking the actual neighbors. Pop by their home and strike up a chat. It’s a two-fer: Not only might you get valuable information about the area — from the noisy bar on the street behind you to eager babysitters on the block — but paying attention to their attitude speaks volumes about your potential relationship with your maybe-neighbors. Do they seem excited to meet you? Or are they standoffish? “It’s not what they answer, but how they answer that will be very illuminating,” says Myler. 5. Be an Amateur Investigator Anything seem fishy? Take your suspicions to city hall. If there are additions, pull the permits or get help from your buyer’s agent. You certainly don’t want to be responsible for tearing out that beautiful porch because the previous owners didn’t comply with the law. Also, check the certificate of occupancy and any easements — especially if you’re hoping to make any major changes. Both are public record. An easement simply gives someone the right to use property they don’t own. Often that other someone is your local government that needs it for public services, such as water. Myler remembers a friend who purchased a home with the goal of building a pool, only to find out an easement for the sewer line cut directly through the middle of the yard. Another common use is a shared driveway, such as when one homeowner has to pass through another homeowner’s property to reach their home. 6. Ask Questions If your sleuthing finds something concerning, don’t panic. “Many times, there’s stuff that, at first glance, is real scary,” says Alfriend. “Often people will write off a house without digging into it, but there’s usually a perfectly logical, understandable reason, and it’s not a problem.” Say you find a gaping hole in the drywall. It might be a huge red flag — or they might have rambunctious kids they absolutely plan to clean up after. “Boys can wrestle and put a foot through the thing, and it’s 30 minutes before a showing,” Alfriend says. There’s not much the sellers can do at that point. With any problem, your first step is simple: Ask.


Zanesville Times Recorder » Saturday, Feb. 24, 2018 6D » HOMEFINDER

Decor that’s perfectly imperfect is trending

Feb. 5 142 Misty Cotton LLC to 3115 Lake Drive LLC, 2021 Maple Ave., Zanesville, $78,000 143 Jason R. Cole to Joshua J. Rognon and Tara Forgrave, 3765 Greengold Drive, Zanesville, $183,000 144 Danny E. and Kristina L. Searls to Jo L. Nutter, 2020 S. River Road, Zanesville, $21,000 145 Thomas F. Paul to Terry A. and Angela R. Goss, 3130 Clay Pike, Zanesville, $142,688.70 146 Jacob P. and Lisa Smith to Tiffany L. Shilling, 247 Washington St., Roseville, $65,000 147 Colleen L. Winland to Justin A. Amos, 5430 Walnut Lane, Zanesville, $94,000 148 RTP Trust to William J. Riehl III, 10076 Brick Road, Norwich, $36,000 149 Wakatomica Properties LLC to Gerald D. and Jane M. Farber, 1565 Meadow Farm Church Road, Zanesville, $162,500 150 Keith A. and Keely D. Harper to Olivia N. and Matthew J. Barclay, Lot 4, Saddlebrook Subdivision, Muskingum Township, $62,500

Feb. 6 151 Levi A. and Kenzie E. Norris Peairs to Lacey R. and Brandon C. Keys, 318 High St., Dresden, $124,000 152 John T. and Elizabeth A. Dittoe to Equity Trust, CoCustodian FBO Franklin, 303 Broadview Ave., Zanesville, $17,500 153 Stephanie R. Browning to Elizabeth Laughman, 88 Willis Drive, Zanesville, $91,000 154 Village of Philo to F&F Premier Ltd. LLC, 39.519 and 8.570 acre lots, Harrison Township, $57,000 155 Marjorie J. Baker to James E. Tucker, 4750 Tucker Road, Zanesville, $225,000

Feb. 7

Feb. 8 167 Raiders Ridge LLC to David D. and Rhoda A. Wagler, 75.47 acres, Cass Township, $288,000 168 Ryan E. Grant to Larry S. Moore, 6680 Ransbottom Road, Roseville, $500

Feb. 9 169 Michael A. Buzek to Scott E. and Lindsay A. Michel, 395 Morgan Road, Zanesville, $136,000 170 Robert D. Campbell to Ronald Hwilka, 357 Mel Kay Way, Zanesville, $158,000 171 Paul Construction Co. Inc. to Andrew and Brianna Wilson, 1285 Military Road, Zanesville, $142,900 172 Carl Rittberger Sr. Inc. to David W. and Jennie M. Irvin, 1630 Holders Lane, Zanesville, $10,000 173 Craig A. and Brianne N. Howard to Kevin L. Burrell, 56 Glessner Ave., Zanesville, $3,000 174 Bob Evans Restaurants LLC to Shari Properties LLC, 450 Underwood St., Zanesville, $2,584,745 175 Charlotte L. and Alan Markwell to Deutsche Bank National Trust Co., 643 Spangler Drive, Zanesville, $10,000 176 April J. Ross to BGT Rentals LLC, 535 Walnut Hills Drive, Zanesville, $108,000 177 Charles E. Grant to George F. and Catherine Gill Strohl, 115 Kensington Ave., Zanesville, $46,970.17 178 George F. Strohl to Charles E. Grant III, 104 Valley Gem Drive, Zanesville, $145,000

PROPERTY TRANSFERS EXEMPT FROM CONVEYANCE FEES Feb. 5 E109 Mary Jane Day to William T. Day, 518 S. Gray St., Zanesville E110 MidFirst Bank to Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, 8711 Ridgley Road, Mt. Perry E111 Kenneth B. Dunlap to Donna L. Dunlap, 810 Brown St., Zanesville


Feb. 6 E112 Barbara T. and Joseph A. Ritchey Sr. to Barbara T. and Joseph A. Ritchey Sr. 1015 Lake View Drive, Zanesville E113 Muskingum County Land Reutilization to Half Century Ltd., 119 E. Willow Drive, Zanesville E114 Scott Allen Gardner to Rossann V. Davis, 41 Canal St., Frazeysburg E115 Melody Rose Butts to Melody Rose Butts, 6223 Branch Circle, Zanesville E116 Debra M. Redman to Richard A. Redman, 12820 Michael Road, Frazeysburg E117 Bertie L. Marple to Terry L. and Deborah J. Marple, 1346 Coopermill Road, Zanesville E118 William H. Page Jr. to Janet A. Page, 5300 W. Shore Drive, Zanesville E119 J. Randall Bridwell Jr. to Priscilla Ann Bridwell, 505 Taylor St., Zanesville 844 Adair Avenue


Clay Pike, Zanesville 4 bedroom 2 baths, newer windows. 5th bedroom in lower level. Agent related to seller. Call Connie

Historic District 3 bedroom 1 1/2 bath. Original wood work. New HVAC in 2017 Detached garage. Call Dottie (01-777B)

Westbourne, Zanesville Cute 2 bedroom 1 bath. Remodeled kitchen & bath. Detached garage. Call Tammy (01-719W)

INVESTMENT PROPERTY 3 bedroom 1 bath. Needs some TLC Priced at JUST $29,900 Call Tammy (01-818A)

COMMERCIAL LAND BUILDING SITE 2.5 acres All utilities available Call Connie (03-2821M)

Juanita Dr, Zanesville Immediate Possession 3 bedroom 2 baths Large lot. Walk out Basement. Call Tammy (03-42J)

Walnut Hills, Zanesville Enjoy summertime fun with the in ground pool. 3 bedroom 2 baths, open floor plan. Must See! Call Connie (05-285WH)

3 bedroom 2 bath home sits on 3.33 acre park like setting. Oversized pole barn garage. Call Adrian for details (05-4750PH)

Langan Lane, Zanesville 2 bedroom 2 bath. Open floor plan. Newer electric, Plumbing & heating. 1st floor laundry. Call Connie (16-1565L)

Feb. 7 E120 Richard D. and Judy A. Sanders to Darrell R. Sanders, 2260 Adamsville Road, Zanesville E121 Bobetta Reed to Jessica M. Hohman, 157 Beulah Ave., Zanesville E122 Mary Wigal to Yvonne E. Leavitt, 7830 Old Town Road, Mt. Perry E123 Crystal L. McCormick to Benjamin and Jessica D. Smith, 1936 Hazel Ave., Zanesville E124 Robert D. Walls to Patricia E. Walls, 417 Hedgewood Ave., Zanesville E125 Richard D. and Judy A. Sanders to Richard and Judy A. Sanders, 1083 S. Luck Ave., Zanesville E126 Mary Beth Tippie to Chase R. Tippie, 3220 Riverside Airport Drive, Zanesville E127 Gerald and Danielle Taylor to Taylor-Rucker Rentals LLC, 2252 Dunzweiler Drive, Zanesville

Feb. 8 E128 Genesis Healthcare System to City of Zanesville, Six parcel splits for road dedication, Zanesville E129 Devin B. Snack to Daniel and Theresa Mell, 806 Chester St., Zanesville

Feb. 9 E130 John E. Welch to Myrna Daun Welch, 559 Front St., Philo E131 Secretary of Housing and Urban Development to Channel L. Browning, 727 Munson Ave., Zanesville E132 Lyssa Jenness Moorehead to Tom Moorehead, 3225 Nob Hill, Zanesville

Lawhead Lane, Zanesville Hemmers Lane, Zanesville COMMERCIAL 2 bedroom 2 bath. Formal 3 bedroom 3 bath home. BUILDING SITE Lower level is complete in dining room. Hickory 5.5 acres. Near other law suite with full kitchen, business Utilities available. cabinets in the kitchen. living room, bed & bath. Call Connie (25-2737L) Call George for details Call Rex (25-3851H)

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


156 Bank of New York Mellon to Craig and Evva Miller, 8040 Carson Road, Roseville, $71,359 157 Leslie E. Woodard to Jack A. and Lisa E. Hittle, 3748 Colony Hill Drive, Zanesville, $120,407 158 Danny E. and Kristina L. Searls to Chipco LLC, 2010 S. River Road, Zanesville, $240,000 159 David E. Downey to Wilmington Savings Fund Society, 2342 Wilmer St., Zanesville, $65,100 160 Michael and Billie Jo Weidger to Rocky Lynn, 3180 Nob Hill, Zanesville, $96,100 161 Pamela McDole to Roy G. Stotts, 1895 Chandlersville, Zanesville, $128,500 162 Marilyn Willis to Steven C. and Juliet M. Hindel, 6735

Narrows Road, Frazeysburg, $70,000 163 Gregory A. Morrison to David E. Smith, 1603 Linden Ave., Zanesville, $25,000 164 Christine A. Hillebrand to Robert C. Smith, 626 Whipple St., Zanesville, $750 165 Christine A. Hillebrand to Robert C. Smith, 626 Whipple St., Zanesville, $63,910 166 Patrick and Elizabeth C. Uronu to Lorrin B. Cowgill, 630 Whipple St., Zanesville, $105,251

Saturday, Feb. 24, 2018 Âť Zanesville Times Recorder


Zanesville Times Recorder » Saturday, Feb. 24, 2018

“We Always Have Time For You”

Carol Goff & Associates

1108 Maple Ave. Zanesville, OH

(740) 454-6777 NEW LISTING


Don’t let this freshly renovated lakefront dream home slip away. Located on the highly sought after North Bank Rd right down the road from the Yacht club at Buckeye Lake. This gem includes a two-car garage with a workshop that could easily be converted into a mother in law suite. new appliances. Flooring. Bathrooms. New paint throughout. Dir: Rt 79 to N Bank Rd

Carol Goff 819-2301 Owner

Lori Frank 704-5511 Broker

PET OF THE WEEK Sargey 5 ½ year old male Animal Shelter Society, Inc 740-452-1077 NEW LISTING


230 TREEHOUSE LN. $234,000 Gorgeous, private setting at the end of a cul-de-sac for this 3-bedroom, 2 bath home. This one floor home features an open concept floor plan with vaulted ceilings. The kitchen has custom hickory cabinets with tons of storage and a breakfast bar area and opens to the dining room. Formal living room with cozy fireplace. Large family room with wood flooring, custom window bench storage area and lots of windows to let the light in.

RHONDA LAMPTON 740-624-8887 OR DYLAN RUBY 740-624-8856


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

CALL OFFICE 740-454-6777


9455 BUSH HILL RD. $224,900

If you have thoughts of getting out in the country, this property is for you! 4.783 acres in Franklin Local School District. The home has 3 nice sized bedrooms, 2 full baths and full basement with woodburner. Woodburning fireplace in living room, plenty of room for your family with a two-car attached garage.

RIC DODSON 740-221-9946


Shannon Adams 819-1641 Realtor

8800 SHADY LN. $114,900

Bonnie Dearth 819-3197 Realtor

Ready for boating season, this 3 bedroom 2 bath home is situated on the Muskingum River. With over 1400 sq. ft. of living space, this one owner home also has a family room, all appliances stay and are newer. A larger master bedroom with walk in closet. A screen in back porch to sit in during the evenings to watch the river. A nice patio and shelter house. There is a 2 car detached garage that has electric and is heated.

BONNIE DEARTH 740-819-3197

154 MOORE ST. $75,000

8711 RIDGLEY RD. $44,000

3844 SR 93 E $32,900

1111 MAIN ST. $162,500

Check out this Beautiful 3-bedroom, 2 full bath home in the heart of Crooksville. This spacious home features New Vinyl Siding, New Metal Roof, New Furnace, 2 Car Garage, and Mother-In Law-Suite.

Country living at its best! Built in 2001 this concrete block home offers large open floor plan, 3 nice sized bedrooms and 2 full baths. Detached garage-work shop. With some TLC this could be a great home.

1.5 story Cape Code style in Crooksville with a convenient location across from the high school. 2 bedrooms, 1 bath with newer carpet. Eat-in kitchen, sunroom and covered back porch.

JALIL CARTER 740-260-4749

SHANNON ADAMS 740-819-1641

SHERRY ZIEMER 740-617-8471

1188 PFEIFER DR. $132,900

3514 DARLINGTON DR. $179,900

SIS TODD 740-454-8468

SHANNON ADAMS 740-819-1641

Beautiful home in the heart of Dresden! Walking distance to schools as well as the pool, baseball and soccer fields! Recent updates include expanded closets in 2 bedrooms, new interior and exterior paint, new flooring in some rooms, new ceilings, newer windows, updated electric, new hot water heater and new steel door to basement entry. Beautiful original woodwork throughout this home adds to its charm as well as original French doors separating the rooms.

LISA FINNELL 740-221-5431

Ric Dodson 221-9946 Realtor

Stacie West 408-7533 Realtor

Dustin Bronkar 740-704-4443 Realtor

7946 KROFT RD. $159,900

Well maintained split level home with 2 BR and 1 BA on 5.42 Acres. Quiet country setting and has 2 Amish storage sheds plus a wood working shop with electric. There is another out building with electric and gas heater that could be made into a Man Cave. Carpet is less than 1 year old and is very plush. Appliances are all less than 3 years old. The laundry room and pantry is off the kitchen with plenty of storage.

PHIL MUSE 614-949-3482


Susan Crews 819-5829 Realtor

Sis Todd 454-8468 Realtor

Ron Thompson 683-7089 Realtor

201 PINE ST. $17,500 Attention Investors! Rental property, currently tenant occupied. 4 bedrooms, 1 bath. Could use a little TLC, otherwise a sound property. Call today!

SHANNON ADAMS 740-819-1641

Lisa Finnell 221-5431 Realtor

Coleen Tiffner 680-0681 Realtor

Sherry Ziemer 607-8471 Realtor

Great northend location with a nice level yard. 3-bedroom, 2.5 bath ranch home. Front porch. New roof in 2012. Fully applianced kitchen. Corner lot with extra half lot. Close to hospital, doctors, bus line, etc. Large family room on back. Move in ready. 70x141 lot size. Garage has work bench and lots of cabinets for storage.

105 WHITES RD. $460,000

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..

SIS TODD 740-454-8468

Bruce Crutchfield 630-1459 Realtor

Lori Dickens 255-0182 Realtor

Rhonda Lampton 624-8887 Realtor

1221 BLUE AVE. $90,000

Great home! Maysville schools, offers 5 bedrooms 2.5 baths! Main floor living with Master bedroom and bath suite, first floor laundry. Beautiful kitchen with tons of oak cabinet space, eat in breakfast area, formal dining area, nice sized living room. Finished attic space features 2 large bedrooms and 1/2 bath room. Detached garage-man cave, level lot easy to manicure.

Take a step back in time in this unique home. Close to McIntire Historical District, this home still has original A&E Tile made in Zanesville dated back to 1891!!Beautiful wall water fountain, tiled decorative fireplace, original tile in bathroom and front porch. Beautiful original hardwood floors, French doors that lead to dining area and French doors that lead to sunporch. There is so much character in this home!

6200 FRAZEYSBURG RD. $250,000

216 HAZLETT CT. $229,900

Car Wash for sale. Immaculately maintained! Great investment opportunity. Built in 2004 with 2 manual bays and 1 automatic wash. 3 vacuuming stations. Automated change machine. Lots of vending machines with car wash supplies. Has private well and public water. Has camera system which stays. Private restroom inside. Large concrete areas. High traffic area with lots of residential homes.

LORI FRANK 740-704-5511

Dylan Ruby 624-8856 Realtor

Phillip Muse 614-949-3482 Realtor

Judy Covella 270-9504 Realtor

1628 MAPLE AVE. $54,900

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.

LISA FINNELL 740-221-5431

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

Jalil Carter 260-4749 Realtor

John Wells 617-9748 Realtor

Sean Barnhouse 740-562-9831 Realtor

LORI FRANK 740-704-5511

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

Daniel Bennett 740-607-7729 Realtor

Carley Mosholder 740-297-5675 Realtor



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