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“There’s a lot of camaraderie and pride in Salem…we want to build off what’s already here.”

“To see people smiling and laughing is the best part,”” - Sean Turk, Owner, Olde Salem Brewing Company

- Bill Jones, Salem City Council


Sensational Salem The thriving community of “The City of Champions.”


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4 Home Fixups for Fall

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Sensational Salem

was the largest town in the state. With a current population of over 25,000 according to the U.S. Census, the 24153 continues to grow and evolve from a demographic,

“...we want new things happening, but we also want to take care of what we got.”

“We are looking to make sure the taxpayers are given the most for their money, the most opportunity, the best education for their kids, and are given one of the safest places to live,” said Bill Jones, 12 year member of Salem City Council and lifelong resident of the Salem area. “Obviously, we want new things happening, but we also want to take care of what we got.”

business, and futuristic standpoint, and city leaders are trying to build upon an already fantastic place to reside and visit.

As we move into 2020 and beyond, one of those new initiatives is a continuing resurgence of the downtown area. This summer,

-By Chad Parries

The City of Salem, Virginia is commonly known for many things - powerhouse high school football, regionally famous calzone’s, and down to earth southern hospitality may very well top the list. An official city since 1967, Salem at one time


Pictured: Downtown Salem during “Olde Salem Days,” Virginia’s premier arts and crafts festival.

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city council approved a $500,000 grant for phase two of a planned renovation project that is scheduled to start later this year. Combine that with businesses that have either moved to downtown Salem or created a new space, among them All Sports Café, Sports Haven, West Salem Barbeque, Kelly Café, and Awful Arthurs Seafood, evolution is tangible.

“We feel embraced by the people, and have a great time getting to know all kinds of folks,” “You go downtown at night, and it’s crowded,” said Jones. “Before, after five o’clock, the streets were empty. We’ve tried to address that issue, and we are still trying to make it even better.” Another extremely popular new hot spot is Olde Salem Brewing Company, which

opened in fall of 2017. Owner Sean Turk, who is also a 13 year realtor for RE/MAX All Stars, is thrilled to be part of the Salem revitalization as an entrepreneur.

Salem High School. The popular school research site Niche recently ranked Salem City Schools as a top 15 school district in all of Virginia.

“We feel embraced by the people, and have a great time getting to know all kinds of folks,” said Turk, a Salem High graduate, whose father Frank, was a longtime city employee in the finance department. “We’ve hosted 21st birthdays, we’ve had 100th birthday parties, college graduations and wedding receptions…to be right in the middle of it and on the leading edge of that is a real honor.”

“There’s a lot of pride in the kids of our community,” said Jones. “We want to make the most of the opportunity for them when they become adults and provide them with the best options.”

“It’s fun to see people who had such a great experience here with their own upbringing that they want to do that for their own children. It speaks a lot about Salem.”

“There’s a lot of pride in the kids of our community,” Another aspect of the successful day to day life is the education Salem provides. The city funnels four elementary schools into Andrew Lewis Middle, and eventually,

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- continued from page 5 be raising their own families in the 24153 as well. “I have sold plenty of homes to people who went to school here and come back,” said Turk. “It’s fun to see people who had such a great experience here with their own upbringing that they want to do that for their own children. It speaks a lot about Salem.” A final notable positive of the city is the pride citizens take in keeping their community safe, something that is very gratifying to police Chief Mike Crawley.


“...Our expectation is to give the highest quality service to our people.” “We understand we are here to serve our citizens,” said Crawley, who has been with the department since 1999, and at the helm for just shy of four years. “There is definitely that partnership with the police department and those citizens to keep crime low. Our expectation is to give the highest quality service to our people.” Earlier this year, the department earned recognition from the Commission on

Accreditation for Law Enforcement (CALEA) for its compliance with standards throughout the organization from arrest procedures to 911 communications.

Pictured: “Supernova” ride at the 13th annual Salem Fair.

“Every call, every report we take, that’s a challenge to help make our community a safer place.” “That’s something we as a city are very proud of,” said Crawley. “Every call, every report we take, that’s a challenge to help make our community a safer place.”

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The major aspects Salem certainly has covered, but there’s also the recreational and leisure activities available as well.

of downtown, with a new 155,000 square foot, state of the art sports facility in the Cregger Center.

said Jones. “There’s a lot of camaraderie and pride in Salem…we want to build off what’s already here.”

Friday nights in the fall are virtually reserved for Salem High School football, who have won three state championships in the last four years, and five since 2004. Salem also has a rich history with minor league baseball, having hosted a team every year since 1955, providing family friendly fun throughout the summer – along with the early July tradition of the Salem Fair, the largest in Virginia. All of these events take place on the grounds of the Salem Civic Center.

And of course, it’s hard to talk about Salem and not mention Mac and Bobs, one of the most prominent restaurants in the entire Roanoke Valley, known for their football sized calzones, and meals named after the owner’s own families such as the Katie Salad, Sweet Meghan, and Ryan’s Rigatoni.

“To see people smiling and laughing is the best part,”

“There’s a lot of camaraderie and pride in Salem…we want to build off what’s already here.”

The Roanoke River Greenway also slices through Salem for several miles from the Electric Road/Apperson Drive area all the way to Mill Lane, providing options for jogging, biking, or walking the family dog.

But at the end of the day, as is with most successful communities, it’s all about the people. And that’s what truly makes Salem click.

Additionally, Roanoke College is a four year liberal arts institution located in the heart

“We are proud of our citizens, our employees, and we are proud to be leaders of this city,”

“To see people smiling and laughing is the best part,” added Turk. “Hopefully we can attract people from outside of the city to downtown to support us and check out some of the other things the city has been doing.” For a place known as “The City of Champions,” Salem can definitely say they have a championship caliber quality of life.

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3 Emerging Smart Home Trends

If you’re building a new home, you want it to be stylish, functional, and of course, state of the art with the latest technology advancements. Smart home features are on top of the wish list for homeowners, with 81 percent of homebuyers stating they would favor purchasing a home with smart accessories already installed, according to Digitized House. By building your own home, you get the advantage of these features being integrated seamlessly into the design. Every year, smart home technology gets better and better, with new trends emerging that make homeowners’ lives easier and more convenient than ever before. Here are some of the top smart home trends of 2019 that you may want to integrate into your building plans:


Smart Circuit Breakers For the most part, circuit breaker boxes in traditional homes have remained unchanged for decades. The mysterious gray box in your basement or garage is one that you tend to avoid, but smart design and technology is taking these load centers into the 21st century. Leviton’s new load center with optional internet connectivity sends homeowners real-time monitoring data and customizable alerts to their smart devices. How does it work? The Leviton Load Center’s smart circuit breakers communicate with a Wi-Fi or Ethernet-enabled data hub to report real-time status. Using the My Leviton App,

homeowners can conveniently monitor electrical usage per circuit branch or specific appliance, safely turning breakers off remotely if needed. Smart circuit breakers also report home energy consumption, including historical views by day, month or even year. The My Leviton App also allows users to receive alerts when a circuit breaker trips, or if a circuit is using more energy than usual. They can even set contractors as recipients of these notification and give them secure access to their app’s panel view, allowing them to troubleshoot remotely. No more wondering if the stove was left on - you’ll be able to see instantly. More than just a simpler way to improve your home’s safety, if you’re concerned about your - continued on page 10

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2140 finished sq. feet with 2 spacious decks and beautiful Mountain Views, located on a low traffic street in Buchanan, offers public utilities, 4 Bedrooms/ 3 Baths and recent Heat Pump update. $195,000

Character filled ALL Brick Ranch with Central A/C, relaxing 25 x 11 porch, eat in Kitchen & Dining Room with quaint built in display cabinet, well maintained hardwood floors, 2 Masonry fireplaces, Master Bedroom with 2 roomy closets and private full bath, replacement windows and full basement with garage. Located on a cul de sac street, frame by established perennials with extra privacy benefits from a bonus lot. $203,500

Over 3.100 finished square feet boasts HUGE bedrooms, 3 full baths, vaulted ceilings in main entertainment areas, attractive stone work throughout interior as well as exterior accents. Peaceful.68 acre lot with plenty of gardening space, lush lawn and established landscape. Super convenient SW County location is close to major Hospitals, Public & Private schools, Fitness centers, Parks and Greenway $318,000

Impressive updates, modern fully equipped kitchen, designer tile accents, replacement windows, current lighting & plumbing fixtures, Architectural Shingle roof and newer Heat Pump. Full basement with finished family room and extra bathroom, plenty of extra storage space too! Extra lot included with sale - $188,000

2805 GLENEAGLES RD. Salem, VA. 24153 $539,950 MLS# 861840 Listed by: Tom Stover 540.580.7850 MKB Realtors | Located in one of Salem’s finest areas on huge lot overlooking Hidden Valley Country Club. Custom built for owner/builder. This fine home features 2 story Foyer, 1st floor Master Suite and 2nd upstairs. Unique floor plan with screened Porch off of Family room, huge Kitchen and Eating area. Finished walkout basement.



Glenvar Schools - Move in Condition with all appliances included. Manicured.83 acre lot with fire pit, water feature, storage shed and oversized detached carport, newer roof gutters and paint throughout. One level living with easy care flooring. Heat Pump - $140,000

Stylish design with bright interior built in 2006 offering full basement (perfect for future expansion), main level laundry (convenient to both the garage & kitchen), All NEW kitchen appliances, hardwood floors and Dual Zone Heat Pump. Situated on a 1.9 Acre Lot with a fenced backyard. $265,000

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- continued from page 8 home’s energy output, Leviton’s smart circuit breakers provide real-time data on how each circuit is performing, as well as information on current and historical costs - so you can make smarter energy choices. Good for the environment and your utility bill. Learn more at

Smart Comfort You want to stay comfortable from season to season in your home, but you also want to heat and cool it efficiently. Smart temperature controls are making this easier than ever for homeowners, allowing you to put the temperature decisions virtually on auto-pilot. Smart thermostats go beyond programmable thermostats by using technology to analyze heating and cooling usage and maximizing efficiency for when you are home versus when you are gone. Connected to an app on your phone, the technology knows through your device’s physical location if you are home or away at work. It records patterns and begins to make suggestions and adjustments based on your lifestyle. These smart temperature


controls allow you to make automatic adjustments remotely if necessary, so if you’re headed home early, you can have the house to your ideal temperature by the time you arrive. With access to historical energy use data and temperature control charts, you’ll be able to analyze your energy footprint and make informed decisions about how you want to use your home’s heating and cooling systems best for your comfort and for the environment.

Smart Security Systems It’s amazing what modern home security can do when paired with smart home technology. Not only will your home be safer, but it will be more accessible, too. For example, pair cameras with intelligent locks to let you know who is at your door even when you’re away. If it’s your child coming home from school, they can be safely let into the house. If it’s a package delivery, you will know right away. If it’s a package thief, you can be alerted and take action

through two-way audio before the police arrive. Smart cameras can detect people, animals and things, making your spaces incredibly secure. Smart sensors are also a big part of the smart home security trend, bringing peace of mind to homeowners. These sensors monitor environmental changes in the home, so you’re alerted to air quality changes and other concerns such as temperature fluctuations or smoke. For example, you’ll know right away if high levels of carbon monoxide are detected, whether you’re at home or away. Another way to keep your home safe is by making it look like you are home when you are away. Smart lighting options such as the Leviton Decora Smart with Wi-Fi Technology enables you to schedule lights to turn on and off throughout the day from any location all through the convenience of the My Leviton App. When building a home, it’s important to make it a smart home. These three emerging areas are bringing the home fully into the future with more innovations still to come.

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4 Home Fix-Ups For Fall

With cooler days and temperate weather, fall is a good time to get outdoors and tackle some larger home projects, as well as prep your home for winter. “Cold weather can wreak havoc on your house, leaving you with a long list of repairs,” said Cathy McHugh, director, brand management at DAP. “It’s important to take preventative action now so you can enjoy the coming weather change, rather than making costly repairs later.”


Don’t know where to start? Here are the top five “must-do” repairs from the experts at DAP.

Refresh Around Windows & Doors Temperature fluctuations and weather extremes can cause cracks and crumbling in sealants around windows and doors. The resulting gaps allow air to creep inside,

putting your energy bills on overdrive. In addition, if current sealant has any dirt build-up, the hot and humid weather of summer can foster mold and mildew. Protect your home and give your windows and doors a refresh and waterproof seal that stands up to the elements by applying a new exterior sealant like Dynaflex Ultra Advanced Exterior Sealant that will provide longlasting all-weather, waterproof protection, resisting dirt build-up and water absorption.

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It also comes with a lifetime mold-, mildewand algae-resistant guarantee. It’s easy to apply and is paint-ready in just an hour, allowing you to quickly repair problem areas.

Repair Imperfections & Surface Damage It’s important to take a walk around your property and inspect your home and outdoor living areas for surface damage issues caused by hail, wind and heavy rain. Common damage includes cracks in sidewalks and driveways, as well as chips in siding. Address problem areas like these with an exterior filler, which can fill in exposed, vulnerable areas and prevent further damage. To save time and money, choose a multipurpose filler designed specifically for exterior repairs like Platinum Patch Advanced Exterior Filler, formulated

with innovative Weather MaxTechnology for long-lasting, all weather protection. The mold-, mildew- and algae-resistant formula creates a durable bond that prevents discoloration, as well as cracking and crumbling over time. It is sandable and paintable and offers superior adhesion to porous and non-porous building materials such as brick, concrete, metal, composite or wood decks, vinyl or fiber cement siding, PVC trim board and more.

Inspect Your Roof Start by making a simple visual inspection of your roof. Before hauling out the ladder, use binoculars or zoom in with a smartphone camera to spot obvious damage. If your roof has a relatively flat surface and you feel comfortable on a ladder, then go up for a closer look. Shingles that are cracked, buckled, loose or are missing granules need to be replaced. And of course, while you’re up there, be

sure to clear any clogged gutters to prevent potential water damage.

Prepare Your Furnace For Fall Now is the time to prepare your furnace for fall. Change the filter, clean vents and remove any dirt or dust that has settled on the unit and connections. If you suspect problems, schedule a professional to check it out now rather than wait until temperatures drop. For more information to help tackle your to-do list, visit


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Real Estate Transactions

Roanoke Over $300,000 Godin, Jonathan A. and Morgan R. Godin to George D. George III and Maggie L. Dent, 2516 Jefferson St. S.E. Roanoke VA 24014, $330,000 08/05/2019. Hamlar-CurtisFuneralHome Inc.toHamlar Properties, 1002 Moorman Road, 1015 Fairfax Ave. and 0 11th St. N.W. Roanoke VA, 24017, $640,000 08/06/2019.

est LLC, 15 23rd St. S.W. Roanoke VA 24014, $169,000 08/08/2019.

Grey, Nicholas and Hannah E. Grey to Merle W. Burton, 4050 Norwood St. S.W. Roanoke VA 24018, $256,500 08/07/2019.

Hengar, Dustin and Edward Martin to Leah N. Psimer, 1706 Roanoke Ave. S.W. Roanoke VA 24015, $175,000 08/09/2019.

Oehlschlaeger, Deborah toAtchuytaramkumar Pachigolla and Santosh Thundalam Ramu, 4510 Grandin Road S.W. Roanoke VA 24018, $208,750 08/06/2019.

Keaton, Jeffrey M. and Michele L. Keaton to Said M. Mdame, 914 Penmar Ave. S.E. Roanoke VA 24013, $117,000 08/06/2019.

Hutchins, Anne C. to John K. Hudson and Hilda Hudson, 2125 Yellow Mountain Road S.E. Unit 301 Roanoke VA 24014, $387,500 08/05/2019.

Oehlschlaeger, Deborah toAtchuytaramkumar Pachigolla and Santosh Thundalam Ramu, 4514 Grandin Road S.W. Roanoke VA 24018, $207,750 08/06/2019.

Johnson, William W. and Becky L. Johnson to Robert P.Martin and CherylW. Martin, 3333 Somercroft Court Roanoke VA 24014, $500,000 08/05/2019.

Star City Investments LLC to Joel E. Balsley and Catherine J. Weaver, 1919 Carter Road S.W. Roanoke VA 24015, $290,000 08/06/2019.

Lynch, Sean A. and Jennifer L. Lynch to Edward S. Harriman, 2510 Wycliffe Ave. S.W. Roanoke VA 24014, $349,500 08/09/2019.

Stone, Matthew C. and Allison H. Stone to David L. Cameron, 5701 Norwood St. S.W. Roanoke VA 24018, $200,000 08/05/2019.

Mullens, Nathan R. and Elizabeth A. Austin to JamesF.McKellJr. andAllisonO.McKell, 2819 Carolina Ave. S.W. Roanoke VA 24014, $327,000 08/09/2019. PMCR LLC to Roanoke Investment Properties LLC, 1316 S. Jefferson St. and acreage on Willliamson Road Roanoke VA 24011, $1,300,000 08/07/2019. Progress Street Builders Inc. to Howard O. Protinsky and Marsha G. Protinsky, 4410 Maple Leaf Court Roanoke VA 24018, $453,950 08/06/2019. Valdez, Gregorio and Audra M. Van Wart toMichael A. Bergen and Erika Bergen, 3008 Maywood Ave. S.W. Roanoke VA 24014, $430,000 08/06/2019.

$200,000 to $300,000 Bush,ArthurL. III andCatherine J. Bush to Kelly L.Stano, 2430 OregonAve.S.W.Roanoke VA 24015, $230,000 08/09/2019.


1856 BlenheimRoad S.W. Roanoke VA 24015, $237,000 08/07/2019.

$100,000 to $200,000 Barker, Solon W. Jr. and Patricia J. Barker to Jennifer M. Doyle, 2376 Carlton Road S.W. Roanoke VA 24015, $139,000 08/09/2019. Cobham, Brenda A. to Larry R. Hill, 4434 Pheasant Ridge Road Unit 405 Roanoke VA 24014, $189,000 08/09/2019. Dalessandro, Virginia to David I. Tenzer and Martha M. Tenzer, 1318 Maple Ave. S.W. Roanoke VA 24016, $158,000 08/09/2019. Dorathy, Darryl J. and Linda T. Dorathy to Donald L. Holdren and Sherry B. Holdren, 4706 Desi Road N.W. Roanoke VA 24017, $117,750 08/07/2019. Elite Estate Solutions LLC to Teresa M. Vanderveer, 3705 New Spring Branch Road S.E. Roanoke VA 24014, $150,000 08/05/2019.

Casas, Brooks R. and Pearl Chiu to 6821 Ocean LLC, 0 Cornwallis Ave. Roanoke VA 24014, $260,000 08/08/2019.

Espelage, Janette E. to Whitney D. Graham and Christopher D. Beckner Jr., 2201 Dogwood Lane S.W. Roanoke VA 24015, $123,000 08/06/2019.

Gilmore, Richard E. to Martha M. Gold,

Harriman, Edward S. to Chapel For-

Lantz, Donald R. to Laura A. Taylor and Darlene K. Hacker, 4768 Jacklin Drive N.E. Roanoke VA 24019, $154,950 08/09/2019. Lawrence, Richard S. to 208 4th St. LLC, 208 Fourth St. S.W. Roanoke VA 24016, $168,500 08/09/2019. Maciel,Sarah D.toReidA.Shores, 1037 Welton Ave. S.W. Roanoke VA 24015, $199,950 08/09/2019. Mowbray, Donald M. Jr. and others to Shaun L. Edmonds and Leslie Edmonds, 3221 Troy Ave. N.W. Roanoke VA 24012, $157,500 08/05/2019. Roanoke TLC Properties LLC to Scott Jordan, 2748 Westhampton Ave. S.W. Roanoke VA 24015, $173,000 08/07/2019. Secretary of Veterans Affairs to Dustin Henegar, 2414 Livingston Road Roanoke VA 24015, $147,500 08/09/2019. Signature Properties of Roanoke LLCto Richard E. Walters, 3224 Ventnor Road S.E. Roanoke VA 24014, $134,995 08/09/2019. Smith, Melanie E. to Lucinda F. Jewell, 441 Windard Drive #441 Roanoke VA 24018, $182,000 08/05/2019. Watts, Devon M. and Megan S. Watts to Joel B. Juarez Ixcaquic and Rebekah Juarez, 843 Pinewood Drive N.W. Roanoke VA 24017, $131,950 08/05/2019. Wilburn, Ashlee N. to Magan E. Marshall, 2904 Hollowell Ave. Roanoke VA 24015, $133,500 08/08/2019.

$50,000 to $100,000 Commonwealth Trustees LLC to Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp., 4930

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Durham, Rhonda L. to U.S. Bank National Association, 1640 Mayo Drive N.W. Roanoke VA 24017, $66,240 08/05/2019. Haskins, Irving L. and Diana B. Haskins to Bbayse Homes Inc., 242 Frances Drive Roanoke VA 24017, $69,000 08/09/2019. Marisco, Teresa H. to Calvin Willie, 2210 BufordAve. S.W. Roanoke VA 24015, $50,000 08/06/2019. Samuel I. White PC to Gateway Mortgage Group, 712 30th St. N.W. Roanoke VA 24017, $61,560 08/07/2019. Williams, PamelaB. and Elizabeth S. Anderson to Realestate Buy It Now LLC, 904 Jamison Ave. S.E. Roanoke VA 24013, $80,000 08/05/2019.

Roanoke County Over $300,000

Blank, Robert W. and Anna R. Ferroto DwightD.McKabney and Jessica L.McKabney, 7623 Amber Court S.W. Roanoke VA 24018, $540,000 08/09/2019.

to Robert S.Johnson Sr.,1904 Pelham Drive Roanoke VA 24018, $313,000 08/05/2019.

Cardenas, Jennifer L. and others to Nathan Webster, 5332 McVitty Road Roanoke VA 24016, $304,000 08/06/2019.

McKinley, Christopher A. and Brooke M. McKinley to Gregory R. Savignac and KylaM. Savignac, 5047 Labradore Drive Roanoke VA 24012, $340,000 08/09/2019.

Conner, Todd and Tonya R. Conner to Robert K. Prettyman and Judith S. Prettyman, 5725 Senic Hills Drive Roanoke VA 24018, $452,000 08/05/2019.

Pendry, Tyler R. and Kelly L. Stano to Arthur Bush III and Catherine J. Bush, 5813WinnbrookDrive Roanoke VA 24018, $479,950 08/09/2019.

Doughty, Douglas N. and Elizabeth S. Doughty to Daniel E. Howell andBrittanyR.Howell, 4328FoxCroft Circle Roanoke VA 24018, $338,500 08/05/2019.

Stilwell, Richard H. and Betty F. Stilwell to Xian Hua Chen, 5206 Meadow Creek Drive Roanoke VA 24018, $372,500 08/09/2019.

Graham Thomas Homebuilder LLC to Scott M. Swinburne, 3111 Isabel Lane Salem VA 24153, $329,950 08/05/2019.

Webb, Jeffrey A. and Alice S. Webb to Ralph G. Migliarese III and Laura B. Migliarese, 5376 Montague Way Roanoke VA 24018, $469,000 08/08/2019.

Knopf, Terry and LindsayN. Knopf to Jason A. Collins and Kristen D. Collins, 5042Carter Grove Lane Roanoke VA 24012, $439,950 08/09/2019. Martin, Timothy E. and Nancy L. Martin

1324 Trevino DR. NE, Roanoke


Great Contemporary Split Foyer Home That Features a Modern Floor Plan with Cathedral Ceilings, Great Room with Dining Room Area. Eat-In Kitchen with Breakfast Area. Fully Equipped Kitchen with Solid Surface Counters and New Tile Back Splash, Three Bedrooms, 2 with Window Seats, Master Bedroom and Master Bathroom, Guest Bathroom with Skylight. Family Room on the Lower Level with Gas Log Fireplace, Additional 1/2 Bathroom on This Level. Spacious Corner Lot with Fenced Yard Area. 2 Car Garage With Door Openers, Paved Driveway. RVCS is Nearby.

$200,000 to $300,000 Alemi,Alireza and Faryaneh Poursardarto Carl R. Blumenthal and Allison Blumenthal, 4459 Summerset Drive Roa-

R.E. Transactions

Fralin Road N.W. Roanoke VA 24012, $77,400 08/05/2019.

2086 Loch Haven DR, Roanoke


Impressive 4 Level Brick Home On a Level 1.43 Acre Lot. Located In a Convenient North Roanoke County Area Near Hanging RockLiving Room With Fireplace and Marble Tile, Fully Equipped Kitchen With Granite Counters, Refrigerator, Microwave Oven, Dishwasher, Range Top and Oven. The Den Features a Fireplace With Hand Carved Mantle, You Will Fall in Love with the Master Bedroom Suite That Features Vaulted Ceiling and a Fireplace With Marble Tile, Master Bathroom with Tiled Shower. Some of the Heat Pump Systems Were Updated in 2011. There is a Private Covered Porch

205 Locust Ave Salem


Rare Opportunity in one of Salem’s Premier Neighborhoods With Charming Tree Lined Streets and Sidewalks. This One Family Owned Property is Located in Langhorne Place and Features a Classic 1.6 Story Colonial Style Home With a Slate Roof and Includes an Adjoining Lot. The Home Features 4 Bedrooms, (1 Bedroom is on the Living Level), 2 Full Bathrooms and a Sunken Living Room or Great Room with Built In Bookshelves and a Brick Fireplace. Other Features Include: Formal Dining Room With Bay Window, Fully Equipped Eat-In Kitchen, Sunroom with Slate Floor, Hardwood Floors on the Living Level and Upper Level Three Bedrooms on the Upper Level and Abundant Storage Space. There is a Lower Level Recreation Room With a Second Fireplace and Built In Bookshelves.

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noke VA 24018, $257,200 08/05/2019. Ammen, Patricia J. to Brooke Frost and Julio M. Rodriguez, 4609 Hammond Lane Roanoke VA 24018, $220,000 08/09/2019. Anderson, D. Gary to David L. Gaylord and Ashlee N.Wilburn, 3805 Kentland Drive Roanoke VA 24018, $228,950 08/09/2019. Epperly, Trina A. to Melissa Q. Dillon, 673 MissimerLane Vinton VA 24179, $209,000 08/08/2019. Faber, Reina J. to LJJH Properties LLC, 5139 Orchard Hill Drive Roanoke VA 24019, $212,000 08/05/2019. Halmat, Jwanto Michael A.Smith, 5030 Nicholas Hill Lane Roanoke VA 24019, $245,000 08/07/2019. Hankins,Matthew D. and Alllison L.HankinstoAnneBurtno, 327Boxley Road Roanoke VA 24019, $206,000 08/09/2019.

Kuker, Susan W. to Joseph V. Patterson Jr. and Kathleen Mary Patterson, 6004 Farmhouse Lane Roanoke VA 24019, $232,408 08/08/2019. Tamaro, Mark W. and Beth Z. Tamaro to Brandy M. Lancenese, 5233 Setter Road Roanoke VA 24012, $251,000 08/05/2019. Thompson, Olivia R. to Nichole Kinzie and Shane Hutchens, 5162 Cave Spring Lane Roanoke VA 24018, $226,000 08/06/2019. Yeoman, Travis K. and Krystal L. Yeoman to Quicken Loans Inc., 1637 Mill Pond Drive Salem VA 24153, $267,237 08/05/2019.

$100,000 to $200,000 Elite Estate Solutions LLC to F. Moorman Robertson and Judith H. Robertson, 5605 Ingleside Drive Roanoke VA 24018, $133,000 08/09/2019. Hall,Francis C. and Jackie A. Hall to Douglas R. Morgan and Kathleen Poulin, 4041 Gladden Road SalemVA

24153, $134,950 08/08/2019. Hockenberry, David K.toMichael C.Crigger and Emma Lois-AnnMyers, 4597 Fort Lewis Church Road Salem VA 24153, $136,000 08/09/2019. Kicklighter, James N. Jr. and Kimberly H. Kicklighter to Shea Coffey and Maggie H. Coffey, 11091 Bent Mountain Road Bent Mountain VA 24059, $188,000 08/09/2019. Kirkwood, Kylen S. to Hallie M. Price and Mathew P. Price, 503 Vale Ave. Vinton VA 24179, $138,000 08/07/2019. Maciel, Victor D. to Katherine A. Jennings, 926 Emerald Drive Vinton VA 24179, $157,000 08/08/2019. Martin, Edward to Tammy R. Jones and Doris M. Sowers, 5410 Capito St. Roanoke VA 24019, $150,000 08/06/2019. Plaza, Alex P. to Benjamin L. Cook and Lory A. Cook, 2707 Parkview Drive Vinton VA 24179, $163,000 08/09/2019.

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Smith, Warren Corbert II to BTPP LLC, 3504 Alltree Trail SalemVA 24153, $100,000 08/07/2019. Zhang, Yu and YiWang to EricWilkinson, 4431 Keefer Road Roanoke VA 24018, $172,500 08/09/2019.

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$50,000 to $100,000 Atkinson, Russell P. andDorothy G.Atkinson Estateto Lonny K. Foster and Anita S. Foster, 1430 Wildwood Road SalemVA 24153, $50,000 08/05/2019. BLJ& AssociatesLLCto Larry S. Bush Jr., 312Ninth St. Vinton VA 24179, $87,000 08/09/2019. Chambers, Audra L. to Kelsey Bunn, 7121 Pine Court Roanoke VA 24018, $99,500 08/06/2019. Lemons, Paul D. to Scott Smith and Susan M. Smith, 3514 Timberline Trail #1114 Roanoke VA 24018, $72,000 08/09/2019.

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