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Lawn and Garden: Zucchini Perfect for Porch Packages

3 common mistakes when planning a DIY deck

Gardeners, the day we’ve been waiting for all summer has finally arrived: National Sneak Some Zucchini Onto Your Neighbor’s Porch Day.

While building a deck on your home isn’t difficult, it’s helpful to understand some potential pitfalls.

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Helaine Fendelman Joe Rosson Sara Huber

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BY CAROL O’MEARA Colorado State University Extension

Gardeners, the day we’ve been waiting for all summer has finally arrived: National Sneak Some Zucchini Onto Your Neighbor’s Porch Day. Yes, folks, Wednesday, August 8 the green, cylindrical squash becomes the talk of the town as it’s placed, anonymously, onto stoops and porches while being announced with a merry ringing of the doorbell as the gardener scurries away. For us, the joy is in the giving, for our zucchini plants are overflowing with squash.  So much so that the family has learned to dread the words: “zucchini is ready for harvesting.”  Could it be the result of zucchini for breakfast, lunch and dinner day after day?  Overabundance - and thus over consumption - of this summer squash is but one reason why people duck for cover during zucchini season.  Too much of a good thing usually results in needing a break from that particular food.  Coupled with the fact that many people have zucchini coming to them from several friends, any sane person would hide. 

There could be other reasons for our aversion, based on plant physiology. When young, plant energy is at its peak and the fruits may be slightly more tender and delicious than from an older plant that has been producing for a while.  Speaking as an older person I am less than enamored of this theory, which is not scientifically researched and can only be considered an interesting possibility.  A more likely reason for ‘zucchiniphobia’ may rest with a well-known fungus called powdery mildew.  Powdery mildew attacks the leaves of most cucurbits – the plant family that squash, cucumbers, and melons are in – later in the season and can reduce the plant’s production of sugar in the fruit, leaving a less than delicious squash.  It’s true that as we lose our enthusiasm for zucchini, it loses flavor and delicacy. But gardeners don’t call it quits and pull the plant from the ground when powdery mildew strikes.  No, the obsessed gardener will struggle on, doggedly harvesting fruit and finding new ways to use

it and new friends to bestow it upon. For those die-hards, here are few tips for using that squash – none of which are research-based.  Zucchini is an excellent vegetable to use in the Spiralizer machines. Turning the squash into long, spaghetti-like strands, the machine is one way to hide the fact that you’re serving zucchini every meal for the fifth week in a row. That the ‘zoodles’ are an odd green can be covered up with a bit of pesto. It makes a tasty bread, and those with an abundant supply could get an early start on holiday gifts.  Imagine how simpler December will be by baking all of your holiday loaves and freezing them in August.  When the holidays roll around you simply pull the loaves from the freezer and voila!  Planning ahead pays off. How convenient that school starts up in August, just the right time for a special ‘welcome back’ gift squash for teachers.  Of course, the student may have to work for months to get back into the teacher’s good graces, but hey, you have less zucchini to deal with.  Gift squash can be handled anonymously, with the ‘ring and run’ technique on neighbor’s doorsteps, or as a special 10 lb. box for your mother-in-law.  There’s always camouflage gifting – dressing the zucchini up with a prettily printed recipe card, some sparkling rhinestones and ribbon. Please the kids with zucchiniboat carving and float them in a pond, or carve boat-themed centerpieces for summer parties. Slap some wheels on them and have zucchini races. However you choose to celebrate the squash, make August 8 special.

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At left: Outdoor spas can serve as a welcomed outdoor amenity. Above: Firepits are a popular addition in outdoor entertaining. (Design Recipes)

your family and if possible, two to four additional guests.

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Outdoor add-ons can up your summer fun By Cathy Hobbs Tribune News Service (TNS) Whether you have a sprawling backyard, patio or just a small balcony, outdoor space is a premium. So why not make the most of it? When it comes to outdoor enjoyment, here are some general tips to keep in mind.

Backyards Backyards should not be overly cluttered. If you have sizeable land, why not allow room to enjoy it? In many instances, one of the best uses of an open and spacious backyard is to create different areas, such as a opportunity for gardening, children’s play or outdoor

cooking. The key is to not overbuild and still allow space for games and relaxation. Patios Patios or decks are often perfect spaces for outdoor dining and entertainment. A great use may be an outdoor kitchen or barbecue area. When setting up an outdoor eating or dining space, one rule of thumb is to allow enough room for both

Balconies And Terraces Just because you have a small outdoor space or live in an urban environment doesn’t mean you can’t get the most of your outdoor space. One of the best and most efficient ways to achieve this is to divide your outdoor space into clear and distinct zones, like an entertaining zone, lounge zone and a dining zone. Additional Outdoor Spaces If you have additional outdoor space in which to build, you may want to consider adding in some enhanced ame ———————————— Cathy Hobbs, based in New York City, is an Emmy Award-winning television host and a nationally known interior design and home staging expert with offices in New York City, Boston and Washington, D.C. Contact her at info@cathyhobbs.com <mailto:info@cathyhobbs.com> or visit her website at www.cathyhobbs. com <http://www.cathyhobbs.com>.

Above: The use of the color green helps soften an outdoor space. At right: A summer garden can serve as the perfect outdoor addition to the outdoor |experience. (Design Recipes) August 4, 2018

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SAT 11-1 2568 CHAPLIN CREEK DR., LOVELAND

SAT 12-3 4185 LONG PINE LAKE DRIVE, LOVELAND Enjoy a low maintenance lifestyle in this immaculate patio home located in The Lakes at Centerra! This nearly new ranch offers an open floorplan, designer finishes, covered patio & oversized 2 car garage. Excellent location with an abundance of neighborhood amenities!

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New lux Wonderland Home at the Lakes at Centerra. Main flr w/2 large BRs, tech area, 2.5 BAs, wood flrs & lux kitchen. Unfin walkout bsmnt w/access to landscaped yard. Deck w/scenic views & private side patio. 3 car garage, oversized laundry & owner’s entry.

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Stunning custom ranch style home w/ beautiful views on 2.1 Impressive ranch with garden level living on 13th tee of acres will amaze you! Luxury upgrades throughout! Ultimate Mariana Butte Golf Course. Featuring numerous upgrades; 7,000sqft heated outbuilding w/ indoor multi-purpose wood floors, fresh paint, stone accents, cherry stained basketball court, shop, loft with lift, HUGE RV Bay & more! cabinets, stainless steel appliances, marble counters, game room, wet bar & 2 outdoor living spaces! $650,000 MLS# 856770

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Brand new 4BD 3BA 2,247 sf 2-story! Open floorplan, main floor bedroom & full bath & awesome kitchen with island, gas range & beautiful cabinets. Master retreat & loft! 3 car garage. Great location near Centerra! Visit Sales center at 3085 Crux Dr.

This brand new 3BD 2BA 1,405 sf ranch is gorgeous! Open floorplan & awesome kitchen with island, gas range & undermount sink. Private master retreat with large shower, dual sinks & walk-in closet. Great location! Visit Sales center at 3085 Crux Dr.

Ranch in Lakes Point at Seven Lakes. This energy efficient home has 2 x 6 construction, high efficiency furnace & more. Open floor plan with full unfinished basement for endless possibilities. Access to private wake less lakes. Please take a look!

Loveland This beautiful 4-bed, 3-bath, 2-Story home will not disappoint! Hardwood floors add warmth and charm. Formal dining, updated kitchen w/eat-in, family area w/ fireplace. Updated main floor master w/5 pc bath/walk-in closet. Unfinished basement is ready for your touch.

MLS# 857955 $374,950 MLS# 847649 Matt Nesbitt Bill 970-393-3102

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MON-THURS & SAT 11-6, FRI & SUN 12-6 2940 KINCAID DR. #105, LOVELAND Brand new 2 bed-1 bath, 1,065 SF 1st floor condo with oak espresso cabinets, lg windows, kitchen island & laminate floors. $3K preferred lender incentive. Please visit onsite sales trailer.

$239,900 MLS# 857599 Christie Duggar 970-219-1138

3620 GLADE RD, LOVELAND All brick ranch on 2 ac. Devils Backbone views. Totally renovated. SS applcs, granite, 2 pantries, 3 updated BAs, 3 BRs. Formal Living & Fam Rm w/gas log FP. Large Utility Rm. Newer HVAC & Roof, hickory flrs, Knotty alder baseboard & trim, updated carpet. Pella Windows. RV Parking. Oversize heated grge. Shed, Gazebo, & lean to. NO HOA Appraised for $715,000 $699,000 MLS# 857433 Maribeth Bergan 970-690-1735

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$408,000 MLS# 857429 Jerry Beers 970-397-2868

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Beautiful 4-bedroom ranch home with 2 car garage. Open kitchen and great room with extended hardwood flooring. The kitchen includes full stainless-steel appliance package w/gas range, granite counter tops, white cabinets and walk-in panty. Model home at 870 Dartford Dr.

2BD 1BA, 1,221 sf ranch. Immaculate country charmer on 1/2 acre with modern touches and room to expand upstairs. Oh… did I mention Lake views? Home has been pre-inspected. Come see it before it is gone.

$365,100 MLS # 857910 Kathy Beck 970-213-8475

$285,000 Bob Sutton 970-222-9722

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HARMONY OFFICE 970.229.0700

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How should I handle summer pest control? perfect homes for wasp nests. Make sure all your windows, doors and screens are in good working order, so no unwanted creature can fly in.

By Paul F. P. Pogue Angie’s List Summer presents an ideal time for insects to breed, and that’s bad news for your lawn, your home exterior and your house in general. Ants, mosquitoes, ticks and stinging insects are particularly active in the summer months. Fortunately, you can take some steps to protect yourself and your family. What can I do to protect myself? You can take many actions on your own to stave off pests. Store woodpiles as far away from your house as possible, and make sure garbage cans are sealed. Woodpiles and garbage offer ready homes for pests. Tall grasses and outdoor overgrowth also attract pests, especially ticks. Keep your yard clear of debris such as grass clippings and leaf piles. Mosquitoes breed in water, and they don’t need much. Half an inch of water is enough to spread mosquitoes, so eliminate outdoor

Broken panels and siding, gaps in soffits and exterior crevices are perfect homes for wasp nests. (Photo: Dreamstime)

water sources. Children’s toys, old tires and outside recycling bins can give mosquitoes enough water. Change bird bath water twice a week, and check the bases under outdoor flower pots (a commonly forgotten water source.) Even a bottle cap full of water can breed mosquitoes. Check your gutters and clean them regularly. Water can easily build up, and debris in gutters attracts all kinds of pests. Keep an eye out for broken panels or siding, gaps in soffits, and exterior crevices, which are

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Bigger is usually better with Vanguard abstract works By Helaine Fendelman and Joe Rosson Tribune News Service Dear Helaine and Joe: I rescued a painting from a storage unit I purchased. I am not a collector and would like to sell it. It is signed “Lee Burr” and has a label on the reverse reading, “Vanguard Studios Inc.” What is its value? Thank you, B. S., Waterloo, S.C. Dear B. S.: Lee Raymond Burr (not the actor known for portraying Perry Mason on television) was born in Los Angeles. He and his brother Stuart started Vanguard Studios in Beverly Hills, Calif., because they felt the average American family should have an opportunity to own a “real” oil painting on canvas. Pursuant to this goal, the duo hired freelance artists to work on a day-to-day basis depicting a variety of subjects. Lee Raymond 6

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Burr began painting original art on canvas, which was then replicated by a crew of copycats. Burr often traveled to Europe to purchase paintings at auction, bring them home and have his crew of eight to 10 artists create “original reproductions.” As the business grew, Burr hired American artist Harry Wysocki as chief designer and Argentine artist Aldo Luongo as part of his staff. Burr used a number of different names on the canvases his workshop produced, including Lee Burr, Lee Reynolds and Lee Raymond Burr. The studio also went by slightly different designations, including Vanguard. Sometimes it was called Stuart Studios in homage to Burr’s brother. Whatever the name on the front of the canvas, Burr did not paint the individual pieces himself. As the sort of front man, Burr allowed his “students” (i.e. employees, copyists) to use his name (or a variant) on the works they produced. The subjects most

What should I look for when hiring professionals? If you’ve got an insect infestation, you’ll probably need help from a pro to get rid of it. When hiring, make sure they hold the state and local licensing required to do the job. When you hire, look for someone with a proven track record in exterminating that type of pest. Check to see if they use Integrated Pest Management practices, which are endorsed by the Environmental Protection Agency. Ask detailed questions about how they’ll handle the extermination process, including how their chemicals might impact the health of your children or pets. Also inquire about how they’ll both eliminate the pests and get rid of the source of the infestation.

You can expect to pay between $100 and $250 for most pest control treatments. What kinds of scams should I look out for? Because many people are unfamiliar with the details of pest control, and because you’re usually in a tight spot when you call such a service, scams abound in the pest control world. Keep an eye out to protect yourself. Make sure the technician working in your home is properly licensed. Most states require all employees who spray pesticide in the home to hold an individual license, in addition to the company itself being licensed. Never hire anyone who comes to your door offering a free pest inspection. Oftentimes, they’ll deposit corpses of dead bugs or otherwise "discover" an infestation you didn’t know about, and then reel you in with expensive treatments. Paul F. P. Pogue is a reporter for Angie’s List, a trusted provider of local consumer reviews and an online marketplace of services from top-rated providers. Visit AngiesList.com.

stores and interior often depicted were cowboys or decorators. Native Americans Burr sold his on horseback, interest in Vanguard landscapes, flowers, in 1974, but the romantic scenes company continued of Europe and in business until the America, and 1990s. Vanguard abstract images canvases ranged in such as the one in size from 50 square today’s question. inches to 10 by 12 To eliminate inches. Since we do variations and not know the size inconsistencies, Burr of the canvas, all we created an assembly can say is Vanguard line system for Is this piece of abstract art one abstract works sell of a kind? (Handout/TNS) painting production. between $200 and Each canvas was $1,800 depending hand-painted with a on size, condition, and their two-color ground. Black lines for aesthetic/decorative quality. Bigger the master design would be silkis usually better. screened onto the canvases, and ———————————— then an artist on the production Melaine Fendelman and Joe line would add hand-painting to fill Rosson have written a number in the outlined spaces as indicated of books on antiques. Do you in the master design (it was a bit have an item you’d like to know like a child’s coloring book). more about? Contact them at Numbers written on the back Joe Rosson, 2504 Seymour Ave., of the canvases referred to the Knoxville, TN 37917, or email painting master, while the initials them at treasures@knology.net. were those of the studio artist. If you’d like your question to Interestingly, all the master be considered for their column, paintings seem to have been please include a high-resolution destroyed. The Vanguard pictures photo of the subject, which must were sold through the Vanguard showrooms, often to furniture be in focus, with your inquiry.

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Master-planned Heron Lakes Golf Community is anchored by miles of lakeshore, impeccable views of Longs Peak and the winning charm of the Town of Berthoud.

Lifestyle Custom Homes by Ed Rust unveils sublime luxury at Heron Lakes By Sarah Huber Photos by Lifestyle Custom Homes

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ne of the most luxurious of luxury neighborhoods is now available in Northern Colorado. This summer the master-planned Heron Lakes Golf Community debuted Colorado’s only Tournament Players Club (TPC) 18-hole championship golf course and community, anchored by miles of lakeshore, impeccable views of Longs Peak and the winning charm of the Town of Berthoud. As a preferred Heron Lakes Golf Community builder, Lifestyle Custom Homes by Ed Rust delivers truly customized, meticulously crafted lifestyle construction design to families seeking personalized, efficient and lovely homes encircled by unrivaled outdoor sights and vibrant recreational opportunities. “While others boast ‘thousands’ of homes on their resume, Lifestyle Custom Homes by Ed Rust has always focused much more on quality than quantity,” said Melissa Doherty partner and broker associate with The Group, Inc. Real Estate, a Colorado real estate leader since

1976. Indeed, Doherty said, homes by Lifestyle Custom Builder have earned dozens of “Parade of Homes” and “People’s Choice” awards, and owner Ed Rust is celebrated nationally for his commitment to exquisite, thorough craftsmanship. Furthermore, Lifestyle Custom Homes can customize any floor plan as they have an in-house architect or buyers can use their own architect and plans. The most exquisite customizations in Colorado The Avanti floorplan by Lifestyle Custom Homes by Ed Rust is currently under construction at Heron Lakes and features the best of customized design inside and out. Settled in The Rookery, the gated community within Heron Lakes Golf Community, the completely custom Avanti floorplan by Lifestyle Custom Homes by Ed Rust includes membership to the TPC Golf Course at Heron Lakes. Future homeowners may now reserve lots with completion dates estimated in December, and the Avanti custom home at 2702 Blue Water in Berthoud is now available.

Lifestyle Custom Homes by Ed Rust homeowners in the Rookery will relish mountain and water views from the comfort of a front court yard patio, complete with a cozy fire pit and must-see custom outdoor kitchen with BBQ on the back patio. A wide swath of open space backing to lots brings the wilderness home. Inside, custom ceiling beams strike awe throughout, and gourmet kitchens include Miele’ stainless steel appliances, custom granite slab or quartz counters and swoon-worthy, locally crafted European cabinetry. Walls stretch nine to 10 feet on the main floor and in the full basement, where entertainers will appreciate a dramatic wine cellar and lavish bar and golfers will love the golf simulator room (simulator not included!). The oversized master retreat is pure luxury, and each of the four bedrooms in the homes includes large walk-in, customized closets and individual en-suites. Likewise, energy efficiency is paramount: on-demand gas water heaters conserve energy without sacrificing convenience, and expansive three-car garages are always insulated and sheetrocked. Efficient windows bathe the openconcept home in light. Doherty explained, “Lifestyle Custom Homes by Ed Rust will start with either customizing one of our award-winning floorplans to fit your personal or family needs or begin with a blank sheet of paper and let your imagination be the designer.” Although Lifestyle Custom Homes by Ed Rust offers a more inclusive list of standard features than most, the builder also presents a myriad of rare options and upgrades. “Lifestyle Custom Homes by Ed Rust employs top craftsmen to provide the highest level of construction available and install only topquality materials,” Doherty said. “They will keep you informed and involved throughout the entire construction process, from the very first meeting to the closing table.” Moreover, the builder, prioritizing customer service even after the sale, offers a detailed one year home warranty and top of the line customer service. TPC golf course, world-class recreational sports with Berthoud charm A “Berthoud native born and raised in Berthoud,” Doherty said it’s exciting to help grow Berthoud in a responsible way and help achieve homeownership in such an amazing community. She is thrilled to welcome homeowners to the grandeur and charm of Berthoud’s Heron Lakes Golf Community. “Heron Lakes TPC Colorado showcases

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The Avanti floorplan is currently under construction at Heron Lakes and features the best of customized design inside and out.

extraordinary views and world-class amenities,” she said. “It really is a front row to the Front Range, and you can’t get any better than that.” Heron Lakes Golf Community is located on Highway 287 in Berthoud off of Interstate 25. Proximate to Denver and the Denver International Airport, Boulder and Fort Collins, the community bestows a menu of outdoor pursuits. In addition to the TPC golf course, the community offers almost nine miles of hiking and biking trails, neighborhood parks and hundreds of acres of passive open space. For water enthusiasts, the Heron Lakes reservoirs invite world-class fishing and boating, and a shoreline bar and grill encourages relaxed evenings by the lake. Heron Lakes TPC’s three reservoirs, Lonetree, McNeil and Welch, proffer unrivaled natural beauty and a plethora of wildlife, including a wintering herd of elk, bald

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eagles, osprey and the state’s largest great blue heron rookery. The Heron Lakes clubhouse was designed to complement the magnificence of the course and gated community. At about 55,000 square feet, the mountain lodge clubhouse beckons the community with a sports center, grand ballroom, fitness center, resort-style pool, restaurant and cafe. Berthoud itself draws residents to Heron Lakes. Nicknamed the “Garden Spot of Colorado,” Berthoud celebrates the charm and feel of a small town with annual festivals, parades and art events, as well as a network of parks and pools. “It’s truly the best of both worlds,” said Doherty, noting that Berthoud is close to shopping and restaurants in downtown Loveland and nightlife in Fort Collins. Melissa Doherty and Andrea Schaefer with The Group Real Estate, have been working together with Ed Rust for over 20 years. The history of this relationship shows how well they work together. Combined with the talents of the team and the commitment to help each other this is a truly a unique new construction experience. Doherty and Schaefer can help homeowners, with all the selections of a custom home. We really become friends with all our clients as we spend a lot of time together getting to know them. This process of building is something we take seriously, from helping create a floorplan for each individual buyer, to selecting the fine interior selections we are with you during the process. Doherty and Schaefer met over 22 years

ago. They immediately had a go team attitude and started working together from that point. While both focusing on Real Estate individually they found creating Colorado Luxury Homes brand by The Group was the next step to achieving their real estate goals. “We love new construction and it shows”.

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1554 Benfleet Ct, Windsor $335,000 • MLS# 856598 2 Beds • 2 Baths • 2 Car Garage Cute ranch style home features kitchen w/ island, pantry & plenty of counterspace & cabinets. Master w/ ¾ bath & walk-in closet. Main floor laundry, vaulted ceilings, formal living/music room can easily be converted into 3rd bed. Mayan Rohrer 970-310-9549 mrohrer@c3-re.com

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Master planned community with lakes, trails, parks, swimming pool, pavilions and more. This home shows better then a model home and features thousands of dollars in upgrades inside and out. Home will not last. Dee Ann Garrish 970-481-9883 dgarrish@c3-re.com

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Build time is seven to nine months. Don't delay as some of the best lots are still available. Visit lifestylecustomhomes.com or follow CoLuxuryHomes on Instagram or on Facebook at ColoradoLuxury Homes.

102 Whitney Ct, Windsor $470,000 • MLS# 856999 3 Beds • 4 Baths • 3 Car Garage Fin bsmt w/salon, theater, kitchenette & family rm. 2 beds up plus loft. Main flr laundry, mstr ste w/ 5 pc ba, gourmet kitchen w/ dbl ovens & island, formal living room, formal dining & great room w/ vaulted ceilings & fireplace.

5029 Saint Andrews Dr, Loveland $625,000 • MLS# 854767 4 Beds • 4 Baths • Total Sq. Ft. 3243 Golf community and brand new home vibes!

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5043 Ridgewood Dr, Johnstown $435,000 • MLS# 855790 4 Beds • 4 Baths • Total Sq. Ft. 3213

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REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS The following Loveland-area home sales were supplied by Colorado Weekly Homebuyers List Inc., 303-744-2020. Listed are the buyer, the property address, the seller and the amount. Berthoud H Dameng Ye — 611 Ten Gallon Drive, Richfield Homes LLC, $337,200. H Timothy and Aimee Elsey — 1412 Mount Meeker Ave., Levi and Kelly Walker, $360,000. H Ismael Ruiz — 785 Pyramid Peak St., David Ashley Stepp, $370,000. H Ryan and Sarah Bussard — 1525 Waterman St., Saint Aubyn Homes LLC, $376,900. H Judy Miller — 2501 Likens Drive, Saint Aubyn Homes LLC, $378,900. H Jameson and Mollie Bickert — 1453 Waterman St., Saint Aubyn Homes LLC, $386,300. H Anthony Bova — 1485 Waterman St., Saint Aubyn Homes LLC, $412,200. H Timothy and Georgine Grover — 352 Nebraska Ave., Diana Shields, $422,500. H Adam and Sarah Dailey — 720 Ranchhand Drive, Richfield Homes LLC, $462,900. H Bruce and Valerie Mardick — 1721 Wales Drive, Karen and Richard Boston, $534,000. H Gene Jewell — 1916 Riverview Drive, David A. Milano, $743,900. H Donald and Virginia Figgins — 1149 Paramount Drive, Samuel and Angel Young, $780,000. H William and Anne Smith — 310 Goose Hollow Road, Gary and Judy Meyer, $1,075,000. Estes Park H Stephen Bendit — 1050 S. Saint Vrain Ave., Unit L2, Karen L. Mock, $194,500. H Michael Mcendaffer — 1861 Raven Ave., Unit C6, Diane E. Pearson Watson, $350,000. Fort Collins H David and Catharine Speights — 3602 Richmond Drive, Danielle and Travis Bruns, $475,000. H Curtis and Micah Collins — 5006 Snow Mesa Drive, Colby Family Survivors Trust, $489,500. H George McCormick — 5307 Wheaton Drive, Jason and Nikole Jones, $490,000. H Nichole and Lucas Dahlseide — 3614 Big Dipper Drive, Murat and Selma Uludogan, $495,000. H Kimberly and Shane Jeckel — 1026 Sabatino Lane, Bella Vira Town Homes Inc., $506,000. H Jered and Felice Sandner — 3725 Ashmount Drive, Kevin and Marisa Struckhoff, $509,200. H Daniel and Carol Lind — 1002 Sabatino Lane, Bella Vira Town Homes Inc., $511,000. H Kevin and Tanya Orloske — 3715 Cosmos Lane, Thomas and Jennifer Hill, $520,000. H Steven and Tina Martin — 3803 Cosmos Lane, James and Shawna Killen, $525,000. 12

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HBrian and Mariela Radtke — 3500 Plumstone Place, Paul and Margaret Nordwall, $525,900. HPaul and Rebecca Larsen — 2533 Spruce Creek Drive, Richmond Am. Homes Colo. Inc., $533,700. H Thomas Hall — 3706 Ashmount Drive, D. and Lynette Hanks, $538,000. H James and Julie Schaub — 3430 Cherrystone Court, Gilbert Baker, $540,000. H James Yamane — 3501 Kingsley Drive, Christopher and Kelly Calero, $540,000. H Brian and Kelsey Minor — 5409 Golden Willow Drive, Kathleen C. Harris, $550,000. H Byron and Monica Becerril — 2551 Spruce Creek Drive, Richmond Am. Homes Colo. Inc., $560,600. H Kenneth Layton — 213 S. Sunset St., Gail Wild, $571,500. H Edward and Cynthia Miron — 1845 Indian Hills Circle, Lisa M. Carlet, $575,000. H Lynette Treese — 5321 Augusta Trail, Thomas and Sue Coburn, $600,000. H Brian Brent — 5558 N. Highway 1, Joshua and Carmen Jones, $610,000. H Andrew and Monica Gingerich — 1314 Sunflower Drive, Michael and Kathleen Lacey, $610,000. H James and Kelly Hopkins — 5845 Highland Hills Circle, Stuart and Virginia Davie, $626,000. H Jennifer Watt — 5902 Yellow Creek Drive, Richmond Am. Homes Colo. Inc., $634,000. H Jonathan and Gretchen Cleveland — 6009 Espalier Court, Matthew and Chelsea Allen, $668,700. H Marshall and Lindsay Davis — 2715 Walkaloosa Way, Melody Homes Inc., $670,000. H Brian and Elena Dauenhauer — 3148 Twin Wash Square, Erlan Nancy Duus Family LLC, $670,000. H Andrew and Carol Klingensmith — 5305 Mail Creek Lane, Deena and Terrence Walters, $675,000. H Murray and Rebecca Craig — 900 Fossil Creek Drive, Kasey David King, $740,000. H James and Anne McDonald — 5721 Falling Water Drive, Justin and Caroline Coppin, $783,000. H Satish and Krista Chacko — 3224 S. Lemay Ave., Mauro and Donna Tegethoff, $790,000. H Stephen and Antoinette Everett — 8368 Three Eagles Drive, Matthew and Allyson Johnson, $799,000. H Lynn Niedermeier — 518 N. Whitcomb St., Paul and Nicole Edwards, $881,000. H Mark Goldrich — 1709 Cottonwood Point Drive, Francis Orrico, $950,000. H David and Rebecca Lyle — 2850 Hearthstone Drive, Thomas Plocher, $1,043,000. H Kurt and Regan Sorensen — 4868 Westridge Drive, Merle Abresch, $1,150,000. H Stephanie Woodard — 6615 Desert Willow Way, Unit A2, Brian D. Crouse, $180,000. H Kevin Keefe — 1705 Heatheridge Road, Unit N102, Carl and Jeanne

Patton, $180,000. H Amie and Christopher Sharp — 1301 University Ave., Apt. A204, Elizabeth T. Rescigno, $201,000. H Emily Fiala — 1601 W. Swallow Road, Apt. 6J, Kate Garvey, $211,000. H Matthew and Amanda Doherty — 3200 Azalea Drive, Apt. J4, James Fanning, $232,300. H Jordan Griffith — 3002 W. Elizabeth St., Unit 15E, Ridge LLC, $274,000. H Wendell and Saundra Unruh — 2445 Windrow Drive, Unit B205, Dhiraj Kumar, $282,500. H Marcos Rodriguez — 3024 Regatta Lane, Apt. 2, Allentra Capital LLC, $285,000. H Erin and Hermen Diaz — 412 Starway St., Michael Funk, $290,000. H Ethan Kitchell — 2930 W. Stuart St., Apt. 23, Steven A. Kitchell, $290,000. H Jason Lawson — 3525 Westminster Court, Tracy R. North, $295,000. H Richard Cutler — 3025 Regatta Lane, Apt. 4, Janice Gray Ryles, $297,000. H Kurt and Kathleen Quadri — 5551 Cornerstone Drive, Unit D19, Jonathon R. Schiller, $305,000. H Stacey Burns — 900 Arbor Ave., Unit 12, Michael McGovern, $317,000. H Robert Harned — 4445 Kano Drive, Rick and Lori Emery, $325,000. H Levi Sanchez — 2819 Trenton Way, Nancy J. Merritt, $325,000. H Hua Yang — 3502 Big Ben Drive Unit, Hartford Homes West, $333,700. H Cody Moritz — 403 Noquet Court, Joseph D. Zimmerman, $338,000. H Andrew Shaffer — 1642 Hastings Drive, Jeanne M. Hill, $340,000. H James Fanning — 725 Gallup Road, Matthew Goepel, $342,500. H James Sajbel — 3527 Big Ben Drive, Unit D, Rodney and Theresa Rudel, $350,000. H Sam Taylor — 2742 Pampas Drive, Ramon and Kathryn Fletcher, $350,000. H Thayer Phelan — 310 Newaygo Court, Brett and Lany Sandford, $355,000. H Mark and Jennifer Maybee — 3502 Big Ben Drive, Unit F, Hartford Homes West, $357,800. H Ryan Sitzman — 2602 Marshfield Lane, Jacob and John Evans, $360,000. H Colton Krook — 501 N. Taft Hill Road, Kristen A. Rasmussen, $365,000. H Timothy and Sheila Hammitt — 1709 Remington St., Nathan Daniel Herdener, $372,500. H Michael Clepluch — 800 Winchester Drive, Brendan and Shelley Durkin, $375,000. H Jeffrey Crisler — 5850 Dripping Rock Lane, Unit A102, Cartwright Living Trust, $375,000. H Kristin and Scott Titterington — 422 Zeppelin Way, Calatlantic Group Inc., $375,300. H Michalene and Imran Niazi — 393 Sour St., Ricky and Mary Whitney, $383,100. H Charles and Elizabeth Busby —

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3108 Lower Loop Drive, Edward J. McNeill, $389,000. H Leticia and Bianca Banuelos — 2604 Orchard Place, David and Julianne Atwood, $392,000. H Nathan and Mallory Rand — 4200 Beaver Creek Drive, Matthew T. Froman, $400,000. H Andrew and Claire Hantge — 7108 Sedgwick Drive, Allen T. Jackson Trust, $415,000. H Cody Gregg — 337 N. Shields St., Eric and Lisa Olsen, $415,000. H Linda Peterson — 632 Prichett Court, Charles and Angela Jordan, $420,000. H Micheal and Arlene Deitz — 5402 Golden Harvest Way, Christina K. Smith, $425,000. H John and Irene Konopasek — 5527 Weeping Way, Manuel Salcido, $435,000. H Brian and Aiman Mau — 5318 Elderberry Court, Rock Mirabeau, $435,000. H Jonathan and Whitney Irvin — 4500 Vista Drive, Raoul and Donna Reiser, $436,400. H Janette Damian — 3236 Nelson Lane, Perry and Sydney Pierce, $450,000. H Gerald and Sheri Howell — 1605 Shenandoah Circle, Sharon L. Redshaw, $450,000. H Robert and Sally Linton — 323 Garfield St., Allen D. Pierson, $455,000. H William Doutt — 4202 Red Fox Road, Stacy E. Scott, $646,000. H Anthony and Heather Powell — 374 Rocky Ridge Lane, Michael Q. Moreng, $653,800. H Andrew and Kristin Mank — 3259 Kingfisher Court, Mark and M. Mecseji, $675,000. H L Hurtado — 1915 Country Club Road, Thomas and Helen Dungan, $677,000. H John and Carrie Root — 229 Orilla Del Lago, Matthew K. Thompson, $700,000. H Shanna Keller — 1401 Patton St., JDR Urban Infill LLC, $717,000. H Justin and Susan Hough — 5932 Fossil Creek Parkway, Andrew and Shannon Loftin, $758,000. H Charles Ervin — 252 E. Olive St., Noco Townhomes Inc., $1,300,000. H Steven and Barbara Barbara — 1013 Sailors Reef, Susan Lefebvre, $569,000. H Jennifer Neuwald — 1815 Feltleaf Court, Kristine L. Callahan, $595,000. H Steven and Mary Binns — 318 N. Sherwood St., Derf W. Green, $602,500. H John Berkhausen — 1345 W. Mountain Ave., April May LLC, $607,000. H Lee Brotzman — 1218 Grovewood Court, Billy and Carol Wyatt, $625,000. Greeley H Scott and Vicki Kennedy — 1340 52nd Ave., John and Leigh Critzer, $354,500. H Christpher and Brittany Jackson — 1117 103rd Ave., Sheffield Homes Poi, $380,000. H Matthew and Yvette Berreleze — 247 63rd Ave., Dianna and Moses August 4, 2018


Berrelez, $400,000. H Gerald and Illa Visser — 3007 68th Ave., Defreece Family Trust, $405,000. H Bruce and Elizabeth Pettitt — 8108 19th St., Julie Bixby, $405,000. H Karl and Sonja Kohlgraf — 5507 W. A. St., Neal and Kaylyn Kingman, $420,000. H Joshua and Megan Packard — 1813 74th Ave. Court, Ken and Paula Mickiewicz, $449,000. H Eric and Anne Eichman — 6301 W. Fourth St., Angela M. Howell, $450,000. H Joseph and Beatriz Gross — 7603 Plateau Road, Ackerman Family Trust, $465,000. H Neal and Kaylyn Kingman — 1820 80th Ave., Richard and Marilyn Lietz, $485,000. H Richard Melick — 1703 12th Ave., Peter and Debra Gylnn, $489,000. H Jeffrey and Carlene Smith — 1115 E. 20th St., Timothy L. Masters, $505,000. H Lynn and Debra Skoglund — 423 Double Tree Drive, John and Lisa Seitz, $525,000. H Nathan Rodriguez — 32708 Bravo Point, Angela M. Sohler, $625,000. H Daniel Preshaw — 510 20th St., FTO Invest LLC, $35,000. H Daniel Preshaw — 2001 Fifth Ave., FTO Invest LLC, $165,000. H Randy and Christine Parrish — 2409 W. Seventh St., Horsetooth Housing LLC, $200,900. H John Burroughs — 2124 Seventh St. Road, Ronald L. Netto, $205,000. H Dimitri Floryance — 274 30th Ave., Nathan Shepherd, $209,100. H Kelsey Carpenter — 5151 29th St., Unit 1103, Stephen D. Quick, $215,000. H Zachary Mehn — 2220 20th Ave., Laurie A. Holgerson, $217,000. H Dwight Kennedy — 4434 Lake Mead Drive, Tracy Hams, $232,000. H Isaac Allen — 2016 31st St., 31st Street Land Trust, $235,000. H Luis Chavarria — 1925 23rd Ave., Gerald G. Myers, $235,000. H Patricia Valdez — 4456 Lake Mead Drive, Douglas A. Borgeson, $237,500. H Cinda McClure — 6911 W. Third St., Unit 522, Elizabeth Naomi Grogan, $245,000. H Michael and Bonita Vea — 5551 29th St., Unit 4111, Pamela S. Howard, $246,000. H Caleb Jackson — 1214 11th St., Kelly and Ann Lally, $246,500. H Cindy Fugate — 4672 W. 20th St. Road, Unit 2525, Susanne L. Bjork, $250,000. H Nicholas Kollath — 2001 22nd St., Guizar Family Living Trust, $255,000. H Michael and Pamela Mcmaster — 532 E. 29th St. Drive, Damion Carreras, $255,000. H Miguel Moreno — 4812 W. Seventh St., Debra L. Vann, $260,000. H Adrian and April Sdano — 3007 W. 12th St. Road, Jacob and Hannah Criswell, $267,500. H Rubel Vivas — 1809 23rd Ave., Luz Gonzales, $270,000. August 4, 2018

H Sebastian and Molly Smith — 2620 Alpine Ave., Ronald Worley, $270,000. H Andrew Merritt — 4132 W. 30th St. Place, Brandon R. Lee, $282,000. H Shawn Wallace — 3039 41st Ave. Court, Brandon R. Lee, $285,000. H Roberto and Guadalupe Guadalupe — 1118 24th Ave. Court, R. D. Homes LLC, $286,100. H Selma Rodriguez — 4310 W. 22nd St., Jean Ann Moran, $288,500. H Casey and Caitlin Baker — 4420 W. 17th St., Seth and Terace Viney, $315,000. H Scott and Anita Hall — 5105 W. Sixth St., Lori and Dave Neff, $319,900. H Jenifer Martinezsantiago — 4940 W. Sixth St. Road, Joshua and Megan Packard, $320,000. H Jessica Brittner — 4610 W. 14th St., Daniel and Amanda Weber, $320,000. H Richard and Marilyn Lietz — 1511 64th Ave., Donna Boehm, $325,000. H Sergio Rosales — 4946 W. Second St., Cindy Fugate, $325,000. H Ryan and Stephanie Wren — 227 N. 47th Ave. Court, Juanita Lopez, $330,000. H Mary Schott — 811 47th Ave. Court, Melissa Ruth Malde, $335,000. H Jared Mauck — 4263 W. 14th St. Drive, Frieda Eastwood John Eastwoo, $345,200. H Tyler and Elisabeth Jacquot — 1115 102nd Ave., Sheffield Homes Poi, $348,300. H Douglas Herron — 1742 68th Ave., Douglas A. Herron Sr, $350,000. Johnstown H Ray Martinez — 32 Victoria Drive, Daniel and Mandi Mayer, $290,000. H Paulette Young — 1000 Charlotte St., Herbies Homes LLC, $300,500. H Chris and Chelsey Stine — 424 Juniper St., Nathanial D. Banton, $335,000. H Mark Mastrangelo — 5230 Ravenswood Lane, William Noce, $337,000. H Nathanael Martin — 358 Gypsum Lane, Elizabeth and Seth Timpe, $345,000. H Candace Crown — 3945 Heatherwood Circle, Timothy D. Denton, $349,900. H Taylor and Rachel Vanproosdy — 3380 Hackberry Lane, Lawrence and Barbara Frederick, $376,500. H Kortney Crawford — 363 Saxony Road, Eugene V. Porter, $400,000. H Darren and Erica Hill — 3546 Whisperwood Court, NEI Global Relocation Co., $438,000. H Anthony and Tanya Rowley — 4138 Carroway Seed Drive, Saint Aubyn Homes LLC, $475,300. H Ian and Kelsey Reeves — 4069 Watercress Drive, Saint Aubyn Homes LLC, $508,600. H Katie and Tammy Giroux — 10219 W. 11th St., Sheffield Homes Poi, $364,900. H Jonathon Miller — 22709 County Road 52, Ryan and Anna Fadeley, $375,000. H Kristen and Vern Rathbun — 6222 W. 13th St. Road, Robert and Ella Devoe, $415,000.

Loveland H Michelle and Bret Alexander — 1653 Katie Drive, Kerrick and Ann Royer, $405,000. H Daniel and Jennifer Peters — 416 W. 12th St., Elicia Jonathn, $408,500. H Steven and Amanda Pfalzgraf — 3728 Foothills Drive, M. and Joely Carney, $422,000. H Wesley and Roseanna Graves — 2830 Echo Lake Drive, William Lyon Homes Inc., $423,700. H Michael and Sharon Chance — 903 Pyxis Drive, William R. Eschrich, $432,000. H Dawn Olson — 1694 Seven Lakes Drive, Dean and Mary Schatz, $435,000. H Kathryn and Gerard Welch — 1697 McKenzie Court, Jon and Lauri Rogers, $475,000. H Derek and Lauren Landry — 520 W. County Road 16, Cody and Susannah Ruehlen, $490,000. H Robert Paiz — 1995 Arkansas St., Paul and Amanda Ercole, $507,000. H Jeremiah Rom — 5230 Crabapple Court, Paul and Patricia Dinkins, $523,700. H Robert and Janet Sandberg — 2632 Cub Lake Drive, William Lyon Homes Inc., $537,600. H Robert and Lori Range — 4701 Patmore Ash Drive, Julia L. Lander, $538,000. H Melvin and Joely Carney — 2703 Saltbrush Drive, William Lyon Homes Inc., $542,000.

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tkauffman@homemortgagealliance.com www.tammykauffman.com Home Mortgage Alliance, LLC is a registered as a Colorado Mortgage Company and a sponsored originator authorized to broker FHA and VA loans. NMLS# 1137507. Home Mortgage Alliance, LLC is regulated by the Colorado Department of Real Estate, and offers many loan products. Contact a Home Mortgage Alliance, LLC Representative to learn more. This is not a commitment to lend. Stearns Lending, Inc. is regulated by the Colorado Division of Real Estate. NMLS# 1854.

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Court, Ardene and Chester Baumgartner, $315,000. Duane and Dorothy Most — 943 Eagle Drive, Brett and Briann Ramberg, $319,000. Daniel and Maya Sharp — 1389 Swallow St., Arbor Meadows 1 LLC, $333,500. Patricia Lutz — 1111 Winona Drive, Loeffler Rentals LLC, $337,000. Brian and Wendy Hill — 2200 S. Arthur Ave., Scott and Kathleen Norman, $340,000. Teryn Paul — 2421 Forsythia Drive, Daniel Berard, $340,000. Kenneth and Mary Harvey — 2572 Lochbuie Circle, Richard and Nancy Watson, $340,000. Luke and Ariel Friese — 1405 E. 19th St., Jennifer and Travis Blanco, $341,000. Edward Bukaty — 1605 James Drive, Jennifer Peterson, $343,000. Jonathon Schiller — 4225 Coaldale Drive, Linda M. Hansen, $369,900. Earl and Earlene Knox — 4006 Don Fox Circle, Frazer Revocable Family, $370,000. Micah Wakeman — 5798 Aspen View Place, Mitchal and Haley Ohare, $375,000. Thomas and Tammie Pipes — 2407 Turquoise St., Robert and Lyn Martin, $376,000. Toby Horton — 724 Monterey Court, Keith and Anita Bostrom, $380,000. Harold Constantinous — 1435 Allison Drive, Randy C. Paffenroth,

$414,000. H Clayton and A. Lagerquist — 1005 W. 44th St., James and Dora Niehues, $415,000. H Christine Lucey — 265 Scenic Drive, Smith Family Trust, $430,000. H Jessica Rock — 4364 Prairie Trail Drive, Lynn Marie Hayden Ugarte, $440,000. H Perry and Sydney Pierce — 458 Osceola Drive, Eric and Stephanie Moyer, $448,000. H Tyrel and Lindsay Griffiths — 1208 Eastlake Court, Christine R. Villalobos, $455,500. H Larry and Lea Snyder — 2711 W. 36th St., Richard and Jeffrie Merchant, $460,000. H Leo and Teri Steindorf — 2280 Vermillion Creek Drive, Michael and Charlene Linn, $480,000. H Christian Wesche — 204 Arabian Court, Robert Carl Blanchett, $511,600. H Gary Wolf — 2063 Vista Drive, Jeffrey Collins, $548,700. H Andrew and Lindsey George — 2415 Bluestem Willow Drive, Gary J. Grace, $555,000. H Jerry and Tawny Hlavacek — 3703 Prickly Pear Drive, Glen Homes LLC, $592,400. H Angela and Charles Jordan — 3321 Catamaran Court, Nathan E. Will, $610,000. H Jeremy Neener — 747 S. County Road 29, Murray and Rebecca Craig, $665,000.

H Sondra Miles — 5608 Bluff Lane, Dale and Lynn Bindel, $957,500. Windsor H Ellen and Amelia Forkel — 1315 Westwood Drive, Glenna P. McLean, $300,000. H Daniel Graham — 1107 Cottonwood Drive, James Miller, $322,500. H Kandra Thydean — 1108 Third St., Garen and Joy Tupper, $332,000. H Elizabeth Holdbrook — 308 Granite Court, David Holdbrook, $350,000. H Lucas Miller — 5730 Osbourne Drive, Saint Aubyn Homes LLC, $367,100. H Kelly and Carly Hennegan — 5692 Osbourne Drive, Saint Aubyn Homes LLC, $367,400. H John Klein — 5276 Osbourne Drive, Richmond Am Homes Colo. Inc., $374,900. H Gordon and Becky Smith — 251 Topaz Court, Pamela A. Klement, $375,000. H Christopher and Kimberly Murray — 5756 Osbourne Drive, Saint Aubyn Homes LLC, $388,000. H Tamara and Todd Jones — 6332 Pumpkin Ridge Drive, Unit 2, Ravenna Townhomes La. LLC, $408,500. H Jason and Sarah Scott — 119 Rock Bridge Court, Collin and Anna Roberts, $410,500. H Zachary and Andrea Mcfarlane — 5624 Clarence Drive, Aspen View Homes LLC, $420,000. H Erlan and Nancy Duus — 1914 Hill-

side Place, Kelly M. Klein, $425,000. H James and Emily Fulton — 524 Vermilion Peak Drive, Bridgewater Homes LLC, $439,900. H Steven and Erin Raymer — 380 Seahorse Drive, Calatlantic Group Inc., $444,900. H James and Eroina Blatter — 1561 Grand Ave., Aaron and Verla Chournos, $464,000. H Ryan Walker — 1704 Yampa River Drive, Chunping Li, $482,500. H David and Karen Peugh — 5360 Promontory Circle, Laurie Sue Slavec, $490,000. H Alan and Lynette Ottinger — 8457 Castaway Drive, Jennifer Thompson, $513,000. H Charles and Dianne Hamilton — 8477 Sand Dollar Drive, Theodore and Sharon Trept, $544,000. H Dan and Stephanie Christen — 8390 Annapolis Drive, Kelly Arnold, $560,000. H Colin and Anna Roberts — 8845 Blackwood Drive, Shane and Courtney Walter, $564,300. H Edward and Katherine Cullen — 6800 Auburn Hills Drive, David and Debra Govan, $565,000. H Charles and Sharan Todd — 6112 Maidenhead Drive, Bridgewater Homes LLC, $576,200. H Jeffrey and Deana Collins — 6750 Pumpkin Ridge Drive, David J. Redmond, $580,000.

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