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2/2 overlooking golf course - 12th hole Furnished - well maintained 2nd Floor $64,900. ML#569367 2/1.5 golf course view - 13th hole Furnished - move-in ready 2nd floor $64,900. ML#569496 Sylvia P. Leitner 352-843-8265

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Desirable 0.46 acre lot in gated community. Pick your builder & start work on your DREAM HOME! $40,000. ML#569383 Robb Harrison 352-547-5762 www.robbharrison.com

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Overlooking the 4th hole, this beautiful pool home offers 4 bdrms, 3 baths, a study & 3 car garage. Formal living & dining areas flow into custom eat-in kitchen. Spacious master w/add’l sitting area. Tile & wood floors throughout. Whole house generator. $647,500. ML#556238 Mary Beth Elliott 352-895-1312

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Well-built 4 BR/2.5 BA pool home on 1.19 acres. Private gate, high ceilings, gourmet kitchen open to family rm w/fireplace & huge bedrooms. Deep garage & enclosed lanai w/heated, salt water pool. A Must-See! $435,000. ML#567551 Erin Howland 865-556-4496

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3 bed/2 bath/2 car garage split plan w/2500+ sq ft of living space, on a cul de sac. Features formal living & dining, kitchen open to family rm w/fireplace & FL rm overlooking back yard. $240,000. ML#554017 Angie Umpleby 352-361-8359

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3 bdrm/2 bath located on a cul de sac in a great neighborhood. Open, split plan offers eat in kitchen & formal dining, inside laundry, lots of closets, & fresh paint inside. You’ll love this home & location! $184,500. ML#566467 Trish Kilgore 352-843-4147

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Belgium rug best used for its intended purpose handmade. Potential dollar is catch-ascatch-can. I suggest you use it as a rug.  

This rug was made in Belgium with a power loom. [Submitted photo]

the floor. It is 4 feet by 6. It is just like new. I am sending pictures of the rug and the label on the back. — G., internet Q: Can you tell me what would be the value of this hand-stitched rug? It is 45 years old and has never been on

A: The photographs of the rug and label on the back are quite clear. As the label states the rug was made in Belgium with a power loom. The rug is not

Q: Enclosed is a picture of a pitcher with grapes painted on the exterior. On the bottom it has J.P.L. and France. I would like to pass this down in the family, as they were to me, with some printed history and an approximate value. I would appreciate anything you can tell me about them. Also enclosed is a picture of a porcelain set, all the items are painted identically, but are trademarked differently. The tall pitcher is marked T & V Limoges, France, Deposé, the cups and saucers, M Z Austria. The cups and the cake plates are

The many benefits of trees By Kristine Switt Pioneer Garden Club of Ocala

I think that I shall never see an air conditioner lovely as a tree Trees provide beauty, wildlife habitat, flood and erosion control, and promote health and the well-being of our community. They are also living air conditioners which clean and cool the air. The Clean Air Act of 1970 identified chemicals and particulates in the air which harm human health, wildlife, and plants. Although these regulations have significantly improved air quality in the U.S., human activity continues to release unhealthy amounts of these harmful substances into the air. Trees remove pollutants in two ways. First, leaves take up DEED TRANSFERS Warranty deed transfers in excess of $60,000 as recorded at the Marion County Clerk of the Circuit Court’s office from Dec. 30, 2019-Jan. 3, 2020: • 18th Street Partners Condo. Elder Planning Income Concepts LLC to Edward Plouffe: $85,425. • Alderbrook. D R Horton Inc. to Paul Clippinger: $244,990. • Avondale. Bank of New York Mellon Trust to Adam Bradford: $167,475. • Belleview. Kristen Freytes to Mary Primack: $160,000. • Belleview Heights Estates. John W. Alexander Estate to Clarke International Writing Services Inc.: $111,000. • Belleview Heights Estates. Mary Antepenko Trust to Fredrick King: $119,900. • Belleview Heights Estates. Jerome G. Rossignol Revocable Living Trust to Samuel Torres: $120,000. • Belleview Highlands. Wells Fargo Bank N A Trust to Ishmiel Subhan: $88,000. • Belleview Ridge Estates. Km Reynolds Enterprises LLC to David Siddall: $117,000. • Belleview’s Sunny Skies. KM Reynolds Enterprises LLC to David Siddall: $117,000. • Belmar Estates. John W. Alexander Estate to A&M Properties of Ocala LLC: $100,000. • Belmar Estates. John W. Alexander Estate to A&M Properties of Ocala LLC: $100,000. • Bluffs at Rainbow. C. Michael Pittman to Vivian Diamond: $175,000. • Bridle Trail Estates. Harry Dietrich to John Hudak Trust: $355,000. • Cala Hills Professional Park. 2101 Property Holding Co LLC to Osceola Inc.: $1,790,000. • Caldwell’s Addition to Ocala. U S Bank N A Trust to Beatrice

sulfur dioxide, ozone, nitrogen dioxide, and carbon monoxide directly through their stomata and retain them inside the leaves in various forms. Second, leaf surfaces and bark can trap airborne particulates, which cause lung damage, asthma, and other conditions. It has been shown that a significant increase in tree cover in areas with high airborne particulates reduces childhood asthma by as much as 29%. Trees are an important cost-effective tool in moderating pollution. Preservation of older trees has significant benefits as larger trees contribute far more to pollution reduction than smaller, new trees. A 30-inch diameter tree removes about 70 times more air pollution than a smaller (less than 3-inch diameter) tree.

marked R C Versailles, Bavaria. I have no idea as to why this set would have the same flower design, color, and placement and not the same manufacturer. I would appreciate some insight into this as well as age. Thank you. — M.D.A., internet A: The lemonade pitcher is made of porcelain and was hand painted in the United States. The porcelain maker was the Pouyat firm in Limoges, France. The Pouyat name is one of the oldest recognized families connected with the porcelain industry in the Limoges region of France. The company was one of the largest exporters of undecorated porcelains to the United States during the late 1800s. The mark on the lemonade

pitcher indicates it was produced between 1883 and 1914. The potential dollar value is $75 to $125. The porcelain chocolate pot and cups and saucers are beautifully hand painted. The maker of the pot was Tressemann and Vogt in Limoges, France. They were also one of the larger firms in Limoges exporting porcelain tableware to the United States during the late 19th and into the early 20th century. There were other porcelain manufacturers in Austria, Bohemia, Bavaria as well as other countries exporting undecorated tableware to the United States during the time that was retailed by department stores. During the Victorian

period, 1830 to 1901, it was popular for ladies to hand paint sets of china and hollowware. Ladies would often purchase one piece at a time to hand paint, most did not pay much attention to the manufacturer. This is why your chocolate set has various makers’ backstamps. Potential dollar value for the chocolate pot is $150 to $225, cups and saucers will be $25 to $40 per unit.

— Ocala-based John Sikorski has more than 35 years of experience as an antiques adviser, consultant and broker. Send your questions to Sikorski’s Attic, c/o The Ocala Star-Banner, 2121 SW 19th Avenue Road, Ocala, FL 34471-7752 or email absantique@aol. com

GARDENING

that carbon dioxide levels were increasing in the air due to the burning of fossil fuels, causing an overall incremental increase in earth’s average temperature. This warming trend increases the need for energy to cool homes, offices, and other places where people gather. Trees help to cool the air, and they do so in two ways. First, trees transpire water through their leaves, creating a cooling of the air within the branches and areas beneath the trees. Air in the shade of trees can be several degrees lower than temperatures in unshaded areas due to transpiration. The denser the canopy, the greater this effect.

It also became apparent in the 1970s

In addition, shading of heat-absorbing impervious surfaces such as pavement and buildings by trees can significantly lower urban ambient temperatures,

Katsereles: $245,000. • Candler. Dans Depot LLC to Brasstrains.Com Properties LLC: $800,000. • Candler Hills East. John Morro to John Mastro: $180,000. • Candler Hills West. On Top of the World Communities LLC to William Dolin: $465,360. • Carneys Subdivision. Medico Irrevocable Trust to Timothy Ashcraft: $269,900. • Cedar Hills. Aimee Nelson to Harrison Bucy: $190,000. • Cherrywood Estates. Jose Miguel Paredes Perez to Michael Taylor: $62,500. • Cherrywood Estates. Darlene Evans to Kathleen Heeg: $164,900. • Circle Square Woods. David Cartwright to Stephen Santacroce: $105,000. • Classic Hills. Linda Sawyer to David Cannaday: $107,500. • Cobblestone North. D R Horton Inc. to Wilmarie Cartagena: $204,990. • Cobblestone North. D R Horton Inc. to Tamara Ireland: $214,990. • College Park Place. Peter Mooers to Doyle Cooley: $272,000. • Confidential. Dustin Perry to Jacob Tourbin: $190,000. • Country Estates South. Erwin W. & Ruth K. Gutsch Revocable Trust to William Gilchrist: $200,000. • Country Oaks at Marion Center. West Ocala Property LLC to Lote Group LLC: $165,000. • Country Walk. Michael Dolloff to Ken Nabbie: $198,000. • Countryside Farms of Ocala. Vicki McPherson to Roderick Sanchez: $319,000. • Deer Path. Michael Evans to Terzah Nichols: $217,000. • Derby Downs Condo. Joseph Whitcomb to Steven Diette: $64,000. • Devonshire. John Voight to Julia Baulwin: $450,000.

• Diamond Cove. Adams Homes of Northwest Florida Inc. to Brian Best: $196,100. • Diamond Cove. Adams Homes of Northwest Florida Inc. to Luis Aran: $204,600. • Diamond Ridge. Kristopher Faver to Scott Lafave: $189,000. • Eagleton Place. Jacqueline Porter to Claudia Veronica Zeliadt: $740,000. • Eastridge at Stonecrest. Kelley Walrath Trust to Edward Whitman: $232,000. • Eastwood Park Subdivision. Joseph Bullard to Linda M. Risoli Ward: $180,000. • Enclave of Stonecrest. Judith W. Everett Stevens to Samuel Preston: $249,000. • Enclave of Stonecrest. Bonner Family Trust to Kevin Downey: $252,000. • Fairways of Stonecrest. John J. McKim Trust to Richard Root: $255,000. • Fisks Subdivision. Edward Wright Turville Revocable Trust to J. Camp Fitch: $425,000. • Glynnwood. May Parrish Revocable Trust to Elder Planning Income Concepts LLC: $133,000. • Glynnwood. Elder Planning Income Concepts LLC to Viviana Mankita: $162,800. • Golden Ocala. R L R Investments LLC to Golden Ocala 87 LLC: $376,200. • Hickory Meadows. Steven Crawford to Jerome Kopensky: $361,000. • Jasons Landing. Audrey Guo Hwei Hwei to Shinikia Sanchez: $145,000. • JB Ranch Subdivision. D R Horton Inc. to Peter Pallitto: $221,880. • Kingsland Country Estates, Forest Glenn. Stephen Morgan to Marie Rose Laure Milice: $208,000. • Kingsland Country Estates, Forest Glenn. MTGLQ Investors LP to Heather Armstrong: $210,000.

reducing the urban heat island effect. This cooling reduces energy use and indirectly, the pollution resulting from energy production. Trees also sequester carbon, pulling in atmospheric carbon dioxide and fixing it in the tree structure through the process of photosynthesis. Adding tree cover helps to slow the rate of global warming by increasing the amount of carbon captured in this manner. The trend in the U.S., however, has been a reduction in tree cover and an increase in heatretaining impervious surfaces. Florida ranked in the top 3 states for annual average loss of tree cover, and in the top 3 for annual average increase in impervious surfaces for the years 2009-2014.

fight climate change with its “Plant America with Trees: Each ONE Plant ONE” campaign. Each of its 165,000 clubs are asked to plant one tree. The Pioneer Garden Club is the local chapter. For more information on the club’s activities, visit the club’s website www. pioneergardenclub.org. Consider increasing the tree cover in your yard and encourage others to do the same. Keep existing tree cover, especially large, healthy trees, and add new, long-lived native trees with lower maintenance requirements. Winter is a great time for planting trees in Florida.

Temperature Reduction by Gainesville’s Urban Forest” Wolf, K.L., S. Krueger, and K. Flora. 2015. Reduced Risk - A Literature Review. In: Green Cities: Good Health (www. greenhealth.washington. edu). College of the Environment, University of Washington. How Trees Help Clean the Air, USDA Forest Service, Ag Info Bulletin No., 412, Dec.,1977 https://naldc.nal. usda.gov/download/ CAT87209983/PDF

References

USDA Forest Service, News Release April 2018, “Cities and Communities in the U.S. Losing 36 Million Trees a Year” https://www.nrs. fs.fed.us/news/release/ cities-communitieslosing-tree-cover

A campaign initiated by National Garden Clubs Inc., a not-forprofit educational organization, hopes to

UF/IFAS Extension Document FOR 216, May 2018. Escobedo, F., et.al., “Air Pollution Removal and

Bergesen, V. “Plant America with Trees: Each ONE Plant ONE,” The National Gardener, Winter 2020.

• Lake Diamond Golf & Country Club. Tawna Darling to Coley Walker: $220,000. • Lake Diamond North. D R Horton Inc. to Robert Wilferd: $182,990. • Lake Diamond North. D R Horton Inc. to Pedro Angel Orantes: $184,990. • Lake Weir Gardens. Km Reynolds Enterprises LLC to David Siddall: $117,000. • Lake Weir Gardens. Esteban Perez to Billy Smith: $120,000. • Lake Weir Heights. David Taylor to Eric Schnabel: $84,900. • Lake Weir Heights. Lake Weir Heights LLC to Francis Pacillo: $163,900. • Lancala Farms. Benjamin Foreback to Dee Oleson Christoph: $230,000. • Laurel Run. Fred Doerr to Norman Schaffer: $510,000. • Lexington Estates. Circle B of Ocala Inc. to Joseph Jackson: $130,000. • Links of Stonecrest. Linda P. Rogers Revocable Trust to Michael Omboni: $301,500. • Little Lake Weir Shores. Aderholt LLC Trust to Laszlo Maraczi: $143,425. • Loch Harbour Condo. Lee Anderson to Virginia Goral: $126,000. • Magnolia. Daniel Rodriguez to Michael Stevens: $177,500. • Magnolia. D R Horton Inc. to Oscar Garces: $209,990. • Magnolia Garden Estates. John Price to Diane Thompsen: $60,000. • Magnolia Pointe. Gisela Alfonso to William Bauer: $239,500. • Majestic Oaks. Richey Leamer to Barry Nannie: $267,000. • Marion County. Matthew Perez to Stanley Plappert: $86,214. • Marion County. Raymond Jaskiewicz to Roger Groves: $90,000. • Marion County. Mark McKinney to Waters Edge Full

Gospel Church Inc.: $90,000. • Marion County. Wright Harrell to Martin Ewald: $90,000. • Marion County. Marjorie J. Hodges Revocable Trust to Jerry Blankenship: $102,000. • Marion County. Mary Manning Jacobs to David Buffamoyer: $105,000. • Marion County. Mas Perfume Management LLC to Peter Kozminsky: $109,000. • Marion County. Whithill 1 LLC to Fun N Games LLC: $120,000. • Marion County. Judy Ricketts to Camille Theaux: $130,000. • Marion County. Joyce Boggs to Patrick Hall: $150,000. • Marion County. Joseph O’Rourke to Paul Blea: $150,000. • Marion County. Jesse Hoppel to Hoppel Properties Development LLC: $167,500. • Marion County. Orestes Rubido to David Buffamoyer: $190,000. • Marion County. Shayna Feingold to Sam Cone LLC: $219,000. • Marion County. Centerstate Bank N A to France Investments Inc.: $225,000. • Marion County. Aderholt Trust to Shirley Blake: $227,350. • Marion County. Alex Moose to Nicholas Audit: $240,000. • Marion County. Barry Tyerman to Norman Wilson: $250,000. • Marion County. Williams Family Declaration of Trust to Jose Torres: $300,000. • Marion County. William Youmans to Gregory Maclean: $330,000. • Marion County. Patricia Stanley to Ashley Di Bartolomeo: $341,537. • Marion County. Tanourin Realty 3 LLC to Rdolofo Garcia: $619,000. • Marion County. On Li Eng to Shand’s Teaching Hospital & Clinics Inc.: $838,000. • Marion County. Lester Bowen

to Rhonda Gailey: $948,000. • Marion County. Jeanne Sims to John O’Connor: $1,000,000. • Marion County. Mark Schols to Jeremy Geatches: $1,500,000. • Marion County. Lipton Family 2006 Trust to Elma Garcia: $1,600,000. • Marion Oaks. Ocala Housing Authority to Orvelin Ravmonvil: $100,000. • Marion Oaks. Jen Homes LLC to Miguel Angel Sanchez Jr.: $145,000. • Marion Oaks. Worldwide Alliance LLC to Tan Fang Trexler: $147,900. • Marion Oaks. Mark Mulligan to Theresa Mosley: $153,000. • Marion Oaks. Deltona Corp. to Oshaine Streete: $175,000. • Marion Oaks. Argon Enterprises LLC to James Evans: $193,000. • Marion Oaks. Denise Moore to Jason Haggerty: $194,000. • Marion Oaks. Worldwide Alliance LLC to Jennifer Harris: $126,900. • Meri Oaks North. Kenneth Lambert to E. Padron Castillo Williams: $65,000. • North Valley of Stonecrest. A Plus Homes Inc. to Thomas Michaud: $279,100. • North Valley of Stonecrest. Robert Moore to Patricia Nichols: $359,900. • Oak Hammock at Bellechase. A Plus Homes Inc. to Uvonda Wilkerson: $70,900. • Oak Haven. Garzik Group LLC to Katina Bajoie: $160,000. • Oak Run. Sara McLemore to Cynthia Asbrock: $150,000. • Oak Run, Eagles Point. Michael Bloss to William G. Balch Trust: $312,500. • Oak Run, Timbergate. Bruce Jaggard to Deborah Monton: $141,000. • Ocala Highlands States. Denise Drake to Robert Mansfield: $160,000. • Ocala Oaks. Stephanie Galarza to Sebastian

Kristine Switt, M.S. Env. Sci, is a memberat-large of the Pioneer Garden Club of Ocala

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10 tips for a calmer home

DESIGN

By Cathy Hobbs

Tribune News Service

For most people, home is the place where a day starts and ends. Instead of the home being a place of clutter and chaos, how can you truly make it an oasis? The key in essence is to create a sense of calm, which can be achieved in different ways. Here are our top 10 tips. 1. Create cozy areas. Create a relaxation area in your home specifically dedicated as a place to recharge.

Textile materials such as faux fur, velvet pillows and a multilevel pile rug add a sense of coziness to the master bedroom. [Design Recipes/TNS]

2. Find a relaxation focal point. Even if you don’t have a fireplace for everyone to gather around, you can still rearrange your space to create a focal point that can serve as the hub of

relaxation activity. This could be done as simply as creating a cozy room, or an attractive communal table. 3. Infuse scents. In nature each season brings a fresh fragrance and scent. Fragrance can also help provide a sense of calm. Consider infusing calming scents into your home such as lavender, mint, juniper and sage. 4. Incorporate nature. Natural elements such as wood can help warm a space. 5. Provide comfort. When in doubt, add a cozy throw or plush pillows. 6. Use greenery. Succulents, trees and plants can help improve

overall indoor air quality. 7. Integrate a neutral color palette. Adding earth tones goes a long way to add warmth and coziness to a space. Consider warm, shades of brown, green, yellow and red. 8. Open the windows. Natural light not only impacts moods, it helps enhance lives. 9. Add candles. Nothing signals calm and relaxation more than candles. 10. Unplug. Electronics usage is not only distracting, but a counterbalance to relaxation. Carve out a section of your day for device-free “me” moments.

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Travolta gets $18 million for longtime Brentwood home By Neal J. Leitereg and Jack Flemming Los Angeles Times (TNS)

LOS ANGELES — Is it the end of summer loving in Brentwood for John Travolta? The actor and his wife, actress Kelly Preston, have quietly sold their longtime home in the Los Angeles neighborhood in an off-market deal for $18 million. The buyer was a trust tied to big-time record executive Scooter Braun, who also owns the property next door. The fenced and gated estate centers on a Spanish-style mansion of 9,100 square feet with 10 bedrooms and 10 bathrooms. A guardhouse and two garages are among other structures on the site. Built in 1949, the two-story house features beamed ceilings, Saltillo tile floors and hand-painted tilework. DEED TRANSFERS From Page 2

Lombardo: $177,700. • Ocala Palms. Ronald Thompson to Sallie Brinkley: $190,000. • Ocala Preserve. Ocala 623 Land Development LLC to Harry Anderson: $197,000. • Ocala Ridge. Sampson Investment Group LLC to Kelvin Frazier: $85,000. • Ocala Waterway Estates. Belac Homes Inc. to Ernest Christmas: $224,950. • Ocala Waterway Estates. Ernst Osias to Jonathan Rivera: $265,000. • On Top of the World. Paulina White Yancich Declaration of Trust to Stacey Biamonte: $162,500. • On Top of the World, Avalon. On Top of the World Communities LLC to Leal Downs: $355,296. • On Top of the World, Providence. On Top of the World Lease Holdings LLC to Harvey Brandon: $278,000. • Orange Blossom Hills. Burgess Living Trust to Olin Real Estate Group LLC: $123,750. • Orange Blossom Hills. Michelle Cook to Eugene Durrance: $164,900. • Orange Blossom Hills. Jen Homes LLC to Edward Still: $179,000. • Orange Blossom Hills. Janet Mikol to Robert Campshure: $225,000. • Orange Blossom Hills. David Stone to Barrington Scott Kreager Sr.: $262,000. • Oronoque. Kathryn Dunston to James Moody: $302,000. • Palm Cay. Sandra Tampkin Lee to James Runkle: $101,500. • Palm Cay. Dennis Hebzynski to Lee Lyszczyk: $108,500. • Plesant Manor. Randy Buckel to Kelly Milner: $132,000. • Preserve at Heath Brook. Donna Yeager to Cheryl L. Wright Trust: $275,000. • Preserve at Heath Brook. D R Horton Inc. to James Hillert:

Fireplaces with imported stone mantels bookend the living and dining rooms, which connect to the entry through a row of arches. Of the 10 bedrooms, four are master suites. There’s also a screening room. Outside, the double-lot property is surrounded by mature trees and landscaping. The swimming pool is outfitted with a rock waterfall and spa. A treehouse, a playground, lawn, dining patios and an expansive deck with canyon views fill out the grounds. Travolta and Preston originally leased the compound before buying it in the late 1990s. The couple owns other property in Los Angeles, Maine and Florida. Travolta, 65, gained fame in the 1970s for his roles in “Saturday $275,920. • Preserve at Heath Brook. D R Horton Inc. to Gerald Knaus: $317,665. • Quail Creek. Punchka Properties LLC to Thomas Burns: $188,000. • Quail Meadow. Judith J. Lentz Revocable Trust to Eclipse Holdings LLC: $130,000. • Rainbow Lakes Estates. Kenneth Mayer to Stephen Brown: $62,500. • Rainbow Lakes Estates. Diane Manning to Arthur Wright: $67,125. • Rainbow Lakes Estates. Grace Pickard to Meriah Kirk: $134,000. • Rainbow Springs. Robert Mowery to Michael Smith: $205,000. • Rivers Acres. David Jennings to Re Property Holdings LLC: $80,000. • Rivers Acres. Re Property Holdings LLC to Empire Dawn LLC: $89,990. • Rolling Ranch Estates. Allen Taylor to Jason Robbins: $259,900. • Saddlebrook Equestrian Park. Martine Deckman to One Seven Properties LLC: $365,000. • Silver Springs Forest. Richard Vanrijk to Christopher Koontz: $139,000. • Silver Springs Forest. Leslie Anderson to Bonnie Mulligan: $170,000. • Silver Springs Shores. World O World Corp. to United Builders of Central Florida Inc.: $60,000. • Silver Springs Shores. Elder Planning Income Concepts LLC to Donna Huber: $74,625. • Silver Springs Shores. Willard E. Lally Living Trust to Elder Planning Income Concepts LLC: $83,283. • Silver Springs Shores. Elder Planning Income Concepts LLC to Frizzette Ashby Trust: $93,350. • Silver Springs Shores. Willard E. Lally Living Trust to Elder Planning Income Concepts LLC: $94,668.

Night Fever” (1977) and “Grease” (1978) as well as the television show “Welcome Back, Kotter.” The actor has shown no signs of slowing down, appearing in three films last year, including “The Poison Rose” with Morgan Freeman.

Patrick made a big splash in Malibu as 2019 came to a close, buying a beachfront villa from British singer Robbie Williams for $28 million. Rodgers, a two-time NFL MVP, and Patrick, a former race car driver, began dating last year.

Preston, 57, has film credits that include “Twins” (1988) and “Jerry Maguire” (1996). More recently, she played Victoria Gotti in the 2018 biographical crime film “Gotti,” which starred Travolta as mobster John Gotti.

The massive sale was the third-largest transaction in the coastal city last year, trumped only by the $100 million sale of entertainment executive Ron Meyer’s home and Golden State Warriors majority owner Joe Lacob’s $29.1 million purchase of a home on Carbon Beach.

Braun, 38, formed Raymond-Braun Media Group, a joint venture with the artist Usher, in 2008. Among its clients are Justin Bieber, Ariana Grande and Demi Lovato.

Athlete couple Aaron Rodgers and Danica

Rodgers and Patrick’s new place is set on a narrow lot that descends to the sand. The bluff-top property has two separate structures: a three-story main house and a twobedroom guesthouse/ garage. A swimming pool, decking and lounges fill

• Silver Springs Shores. Fisheating Creek Trust to Garcia Olivo: $101,000. • Silver Springs Shores. Arthur Weber to Elder Planning Income Concepts LLC: $103,592. • Silver Springs Shores. Elder Planning Income Concepts LLC to William Brennan: $104,875. • Silver Springs Shores. Perfect Deed Homes LLC to Maria Del Carmen Santiago Rosa: $120,000. • Silver Springs Shores. Perfect Deed Homes LLC to Ingrid Powell: $120,000. • Silver Springs Shores. Angel Guzman to Glisglen Estevez Ramirez: $120,900. • Silver Springs Shores. Mathis Properties LLC to Kathy Myers: $129,000. • Silver Springs Shores. Elder Planning Income Concepts LLC to Grace Rowell: $129,325. • Silver Springs Shores. Diana Clark to Alvin Hendley: $134,900. • Silver Springs Shores. Jennifer Smith to Peggy Highberger: $142,500. • Silver Springs Shores. Jen Homes LLC to Nicki Williams: $145,000. • Silver Springs Shores. Cape Village Group Inc. to Loretta Waller: $150,000. • Silver Springs Shores. Elder Planning Income Concepts LLC to Karen Snyder: $164,200. • Silver Springs Shores. Charles Kluenie to Darliss Odonnell: $167,900. • Silver Springs Shores. Worldwide Alliance LLC to Dhanpati Hariff: $174,900. • Silver Springs Shores. Natalie Marin to Caitlin Baxter: $180,000. • Silver Springs Shores. Worldwide Alliance LLC to Anthony Assanti: $184,900. • Silver Springs Shores. Jerry Huetcher to Giovanni Antonio Scola: $197,350. • Silver Springs Shores. Elder Planning Income Concepts LLC to Michael Reilly: $212,675. • Silver Springs Village.

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out the grounds. Inside, concrete floors, glass walls and splashes of wood touch up the interior. The open floor plan is anchored by a living room, dining area and gourmet kitchen. There are also four bedrooms, four bathrooms, an office and a den. Considered one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time, Rodgers boasts the league’s highest career passer rating at 102.7 and the lowest career interception percentage at 1.5%. In 2010, he led the Green Bay Packers to a Super Bowl championship and was named the game’s MVP. A native of Wisconsin, Patrick is arguably the most successful woman in the history of American racing. In 2008, she became the first and only woman to win an IndyCar Pulte Home Co. LLC to Fred Farrell: $207,280. • Stone Creek, Sebastian. McCann Family Trust to David Petska: $224,224. • Sugar Hill Estates. Nicolas Moy to Michelle Becker: $180,000. • Summercrest. Tina Nichols to John Gillings: $165,000. • Summercrest. Horton Capital Properties LLC to Scott Cheek: $199,000. • Summercrest. Clayton Properties Group Inc. to Shawanda Rodgers: $269,405. • Summerglen. Bruce Scherrer to Ada Roger: $189,995. • Summerglen. James Ericson to Mahlon Charles: $219,000. • Summerglen. David Taylor to Kevin Trundy: $225,000. • Summit Downs. Bank of New York Mellon Trust to Michael Buck: $250,950. • Summit Downs. Scott Borth to Donald Godshall: $425,000. • Timberwood. Joann M. Dixon Revocable Trust to Nicole Hester: $320,000. • Timucuan Island. the Four Brothers Trust to Gary Hubbard: $155,000. • Town Park at the Wilderness RV Park Estates Condo. Patricia Peloquin to Robert Melochik: $74,000. • Trade Winds Village. Edgar Mounsey to Wanda Fyffe: $99,500. • Trade Winds Village. Diane Cook to Rachael Will: $109,000. • Turning Leaf. Judy Ludin to Elder Planning Income Concepts LLC: $165,600. • Turning Leaf. Elder Planning Income Concepts LLC to Ruby Merdene Poole: $361,300. • Villages of Marion. August Farfalla to Mocha Blue Corp.: $178,200. • Villages of Marion. Mary Lloyd to Elaine Stanley: $199,900. • Villages of Marion. Ina Taylor to Oliver McPherson: $208,300. • Villages of Marion. Vera O. Jennings Revocable Living Trust to Stephen Lester: $212,000.

Series race and competed throughout the 2000s before retiring last year. IN THE SELLER’S GAME NOW Stand-up comic and actor Pauly Shore has put a house in Hollywood Hills West up for sale at $9.5 million. The single-story house, built in 1959 and since remodeled, is gated from the street and takes in sweeping views of downtown Los Angeles, the ocean and the surrounding mountains. Designed for indooroutdoor living, the house features glass walls in the living and dining rooms that connect to patios and terrace space. The updated kitchen is outfitted with an island and stainless-steel appliances. The master suite — one of four bedrooms — has glass

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Choose Valentine’s Day decor with love

Add a table element that can act as a gift for dinner attendees so they can bring a little bit of decor back to their own homes. [Handout/TNS]

By Katie Laughridge Tribune News Service

Valentine’s Day is approaching and as a lover of seasonal decor I am thrilled that the shop has pops of my favorite red and white goodies. They remind me of all the fun I had during our classroom Valentine’s Day parties as a kid, like decorating valentine boxes and handing out cute cards to my fellow classmates (or maybe it was all the sweets I got to take home after). It can be easy to veer into cheesy decor territory with something as whimsical and lighthearted as Valentine’s Day, but with the proper approach I find it to be a fun and festive time of year that is perfect to cheer up your home after the bulk of winter holiday decorations have been put away. If I could only choose one thing to have out during this holiday, it would be a vase full of tulips. I adore having stems out around the house to add a pop of color and freshness, especially when the weather is dreary. The HOT PROPERTY From Page 4

walls that connect to a wraparound deck. There’s also a dry sauna. Outside, grounds of more than half an acre center on an infinity-edge swimming pool with a spa. A two-car garage and additional parking fill out the estate.

vibrant reds and soft blush hues instantly warm up any space and put a smile on everyone’s face. They are the perfect thing to replace any remaining greenery and pinecones lingering on mantels and tabletops. I thought they looked especially sweet in our checkered red-andwhite container. A tin caught my eye during Christmas, and I think I will transition it into our summer red, white and blue as well. In fact, a lot of the textiles we use during Valentine’s are ones we tend to transition into other times of year. A red plaid tablecloth is a timeless addition that can go from romantic dinner for two to a summer picnic and back to a jolly Christmas. Just highlighting a few delicate heart accessories can bring some festive flair, perfect for February fun. I was especially excited by the stone heart containers we used for a tabletop. Finally, a way to make a box of chocolates last The 51-year-old Shore is known for his film roles in “Encino Man” (1992), “Son in Law” (1993) and “In the Army Now” (1994). He currently hosts the Random Rants video podcast on YouTube. Shore bought the property in 1996 for $1.15 million. In recent years, he has had it up for lease for as much as $27,500 a month.

past the last bite! I love adding a table element that can act as a gift for my dinner attendees so they can bring a little bit of decor back to their

own homes. Wouldn’t this be a perfect takeaway for friends during a Galentine’s dinner?

At the end of the day (or season) there is no “right” way to decorate for a small holiday. Whether you like a display that shouts your

love of festivities or one that subtly blends with your year-round decor, all that matters is that you have fun and get your creativity flowing.

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