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Prime 10 costliest properties offered in Lincoln final week

A home in Lincoln that offered for $1.2 million tops the checklist of the most costly actual property gross sales in Lincoln previously week.

In complete, 14 actual property gross sales have been recorded within the space in the course of the previous week, with a median value of $602,821. The typical value per sq. foot ended up at $342.

The costs within the checklist beneath concern actual property gross sales the place the title was recorded in the course of the week of April 2 even when the property could have been offered earlier.

  • $450,000, single-family home within the 100 block of Ivy Arbor Courtroom

    The 1,161 square-foot indifferent home within the 100 block of Ivy Arbor Courtroom in Lincoln has now been offered. The switch of possession was settled in March and the whole buy value was $450,000, $388 per sq. foot. The home was in-built 2002.

  • $520,500, single-family dwelling within the 200 block of Jansen Courtroom

    The property within the 200 block of Jansen Courtroom in Lincoln has new homeowners. The value was $520,500. The home was in-built 2000 and has a residing space of 1,726 sq. ft. The value per sq. foot is $302.

  • $525,000, indifferent home within the 1600 block of Avian Hill Place

    The sale of the single-family home within the 1600 block of Avian Hill Place, Lincoln, has been finalized. The value was $525,000, and the home modified arms in March. The home was in-built 2005 and has a residing space of 1,531 sq. ft. The value per sq. foot was $343.

  • $560,000, single-family residence within the 1500 block of Bowman Lane

    The property within the 1500 block of Bowman Lane in Lincoln has new homeowners. The value was $560,000. The home was in-built 2002 and has a residing space of 1,578 sq. ft. The value per sq. foot is $355.

  • $580,000, single-family home within the 1100 block of Waverton Lane

    A sale has been finalized for the indifferent home within the 1100 block of Waverton Lane in Lincoln. The value was $580,000 and the brand new homeowners took over the home in March. The home was in-built 2006 and the residing space totals 2,218 sq. ft. The value per sq. foot ended up at $261.

  • $615,000, indifferent home within the 700 block of Violet Lane

    The 1,777 square-foot single-family home within the 700 block of Violet Lane, Lincoln, has now been offered. The switch of possession was settled in March and the whole buy value was $615,000, $346 per sq. foot. The home was in-built 2004.

  • $650,000, single-family dwelling within the 500 block of Fielding Lane

    The sale of the one household residence within the 500 block of Fielding Lane in Lincoln has been finalized. The value was $650,000, and the brand new homeowners took over the home in March. The home was in-built 2004 and has a residing space of two,647 sq. ft. The value per sq. foot was $246.

  • $745,000, single-family residence within the 2500 block of Fountain Hill Loop

    The 1,910 square-foot single-family dwelling within the 2500 block of Fountain Hill Loop, Lincoln, has now been offered. The switch of possession was settled in March and the whole buy value was $745,000, $390 per sq. foot. The home was in-built 2002.

  • $880,000, indifferent home within the 2900 block of Fox Den Circle

    The two,711 square-foot single-family home within the 2900 block of Fox Den Circle in Lincoln has now been offered. The switch of possession was settled in March and the whole buy value was $880,000, $325 per sq. foot. The home was in-built 2003.

  • $1.2 million, single-family dwelling within the 3100 block of By way of Karina

    The property within the 3100 block of By way of Karina in Lincoln has new homeowners. The value was $1,224,000. The home was in-built 2016 and has a residing space of two,928 sq. ft. The value per sq. foot is $418.

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