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Property Transfers Grant Ave, Block 6, Cape Windsor, Baltimore Hundred, Mary K. Workman, trustee to Bet- ty A. Fletcher, $85,000. Lot 255, Phase II, Keenwick Sound, Baltimore Hundred, Terry M. Crews and Dale S, Long, to Larry D. and Janet D. Short, $34,000. 1.03 acres, Route 60, 1.03 acres, Baltimore Hundred, Esther C. League, to Scott Amtsburg and Donna Lynn Sanders, $75,000. Lot 21, Bethany Forest, Balti- more Hundred, Bethany Forest Associates, Inc. to John F. III and Sandra M. Walsh, $204,210. Unit 304N, Sea Colony East, Baltimore Hundred, Marshall P. and Beatrice Magdelena Melton, trustees, to Alan S. and Roni S. Wolk, $170,000. Lot B-10, Winding Creek Vii- lage, Sac. 3, Indian River Hun- dred, Williams & Baker, Inc. to Steven R. and Kelly S. Money- maker, $27,900. Lot 34, Lakeside Drive, The Plantations East, Lewes and Re- hoboth Hundred, Country Life Homes, Inc. to William and Irene Kanicki, $168,500. Lot 28, Section 1, Point Farm, Dasgboro Hundred, Brian M. and Mary Beth Ellis, to Peter J. and Jennifer J. Sitare, $40,000. Lot 69, Section 1, Cedar Land- ing, Baltimore Hundred, Taylore Construction Limited to George A. and Linda M. Leckel, $28,900. Mongtomery Street, South Mil- ford, Cedar Creek Hundred, Al- fred and Myrtle J. Dennis, to Jose M. and Rose Montecinos, $42,000. Building Permits William J. and Diane E. Scott,' Fawn Grove, Pa., Whites Creek Manor, repair floor, $983. Donald E. Cave Jr. Newark, Shady Dell Park, relocate dwelling, $6,000. Robert L. and Barbara Gale, Bethany Beach, addition, $3,072 Christopher J. Whaley, Ocean View, Wonderland, addition, $27,552. Charles Jr. and Marjorie Car- rington, Millville, Whites Creek Manor, vinyl siding, $3,750. Donald Cave, Jr., Shady Dell Park, foundation only, $3,000. William & Doris Collins, Bethany Beach, Muddy Neck Road, replace existing porch, $I ,200. Dorothy A. Glanzel, Wilming- ton, Route 17, shed, $2,160. John and Rosemary Castiglioni, Piles Grove, N.J., Tern Landing, replace fence, $1,200. RDM, Inc., Bethany Beach, The Greens at Indian River, dwelling, $109,284. Frederick Wetzstein, Clarks- ville, Seawinds, dwelling with garage and deck, $130,796. Joan T. Brown, Millville, Den- ton Manor, deck, outside shower and hot tub with fence, $2,188. David J. Jr. and Sara B. Long, Ocean View, vinyl siding, $2,800. Walter and Ann Hartung, Con- gers, N.Y., Homestead Village, dwelling with porch, garage and deck, $125,574 Stephanie A. Campbell, Millville, Banksville Park, unat- tached carport, $3,840. Iris J. Williams, trusteel Sel- byville, Mallard Lake, enclose ex- isting porch, $3,610. Gary W. and Linda Reddick, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, Pelican's Pouch, dwelling with decks and shower, $238,915. Nicholas Rodriguez II, Dover, South Inlet, addition, $1,920. Murray's Enterprises, Inc., Ocean View, Bethany Meadows, dwelling with porch, $71,367. Peter Delohery, Bethany Beach, additions, $47,000. Paul and Wilma Petenbrink, Baltimore, Land of Edward James Steen, addition, $20,160. PROGAR & Company, P.A. PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS Gary Progar, C.P.A., M.S. Taxation Now Aeeeptin 9 CHents Services Including, But Not Limited To: TAX PREPffION & G ESTATES & TRUSTS BUSUCESS INCOME TAXES & FtNCX STATEMENTS BOOKKEEPING & OU Tom En9el Gre 9 Mack Bevet4y Kin 9 Gary Pro9ar 1636 D Savannah Rd. Near 5 Points Lewes, DE 645-6216 CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, October 17 - October 23, 1997 - 59 Lot 53, Section 1, Hunter Mill Estates, Broadkill Hundred, Hunter Mill Estates Partnership to Clarkson and Elinor L. Smith, $102,500. Lot 3, Newport Village, Balti- more Hundred, Clearwater Land, Ltd. to'Thomas F. and Carole A. Hickey, $128,225. Lot 143, Spinnaker Lane, Mil- ton, Broadkill Hundred, Donna M. Johnson, attorney-in-fact, to Robert and Jo Ann Sammons, $53,500. Lot 8, Shiloh Woods, Broad Creek Hundred, Blue Ribbon Properties, LLC, to Francis A. and Beverly L. Ogundare, $13,900. James C. and A. Francis Farmer, Laurel, to Ellen W. Scharf, Seaford, Rt. 487, 35.80 acres, Broad Creek Hundred, $285,000. Joseph R. Hudson Sr., Lewes, to Country Life Homes, Inc., Lot 25, Sac. II, Overbrook Shores, Broad- kill Hundred, $72,000. Joseph R. Hudson and Stanley L. Thompson, Lewes, to Country Life Homes, Inc., Lewes, 19 lots, Sac. C, Overbrook Shores, Broad- kill Hundred, $228,000. Martha A. Russell, Rehoboth Beach, to Rafael and Rosaris Caminero, Lancaster, Pa., Unit 120, Heron Walk Condominium, Lewes and Rehoboth Hundred, $80,000. Donald A. and Joan O. Day, Seabrook Island, S.C., to Hay- ward Daniel Glisson III and Stephanie D. Evers, Silver Spring, Md., Unit 8, Blk, 2, Admiral's Bridge Condominium, Baltimore Hundred, $179,900. "They give homebuyers .. a wide varaety of selecttons'" "I've been able to see firsthand that Country Life Homes builds for its cus- tomers a quality home for the money, and they use top-quality materials," explains Mal Price of Sherwin-Williams Co. "We supply all of their floor coverings -- carpets, vinyl flooring, tile and quality inte- rior paint. Country Life offers customers four standard carpets. The normal is only one. And the quality of their standards are considered upgrades by many builders. 'q'he customers I come in contact with are as satisfied with their new homes as they are with the high-quality floor cover- ings we supply." COUNTRY LIFE HOMES 1539 Hwy One, Lewes, DE 19958 302.644.3000 302.644.3003 Fax Route 26, Ocean View, DE 19970 302.537.3200 By appointment only GRAND OPENING! BEYOND EXPECTATIONS ...... WITHIN REACH Welcome to the Villages of Old Landing ... a planned community of 140 single family homes in a beautiful and serene setting only a few minutes from Rehoboth Beach and Lewes. A fenced community with a gate house entry, The Villages of Old Landing offers many desirable amenities, including lakes, wooded areas with miles of hiking and biking trails, a pool and a pool house, a recreation area and curbed cul-de-sac streets with sidewalks. You can choose from several exciting and unique designs with 1,250 to 2,300 square feet of living space -- as little or as much as you'll need to accommodate your new lifestyle. All models provide single-floor living with tra- ditional exteriors and open and airy floor plans designed to meet contemporary needs. All feature cov- ered porches, 2-car garages, step-saving kitchens with full appliances, and sumptu- ous baths. Visit our beautifully-fur- models soon!