Top 15 house sales in Pulaski County in 2014 

And other sales at $700,000 and above

11901 CRYSTAL HILL ROAD: This Maumelle home sold for $1.95 million.

Brian Chilson

11901 CRYSTAL HILL ROAD: This Maumelle home sold for $1.95 million.

Eleven houses in Pulaski County sold for $1 million or more in the past 12 months. The top 15 residential real estate transactions since December 2013 are listed here by buyer, address and purchase price:

Prabhu Govindarajulu and Deepa Rajkumar, 11901 Crystal Hill Road, Maumelle, $1.925 million.

Diane D. Wilder and Barnett P. Briggs, 31 Edgehill Road, $1.75 million.

Greg and Anna Hendrix, 315 Rock St., Unit 1903, $1.64 million.

Syed and Ayesha Samad, 1 Hickory Creek Drive, $1.6 million.

Michael and Beverly Israel, 143 Hickory Creek Circle, $1.2 million.

Ben and Bita Azizi, Lot 2, Frenchman Court, $1.12 million.

James A. Campbell and Cynthia Hubach, 41 Edgehill Road, $1.1 million.

Kevin and Karen Heath, 34 Germay Court, $1.1 million.

Stanley and Catherine Payne, 302 Hickory Creek Court, $1.1 million.

James McHugh and Christine Altoff, 5101 Hawthorne Road, $1.05 million.

Kevin and Victoria Kordsmeier, 38 Germay Court, $1.05 million.

Thomas W. Roy II and Clara Brown, 9605 Hwy. 161 S., Scott, $999,000.

Huiyong Chung and Elena Ambrogini, 2415 N. Pierce St., $989,000.

Hardy Winburn, 300 E. Third St., Units 1401 and 1501, $980,000.

Pam and Patrick Turner, 11 Sologne Circle, $965,000.

Other sales:

Aravind Nemarkommula and Neelima Rao, 65 Sologne Court, $952,000

Paulo and Teresa Ribeiro, 5 Johnson Ranch Road, $950,000

Tom and Cindy Formicola, 38 Bretagne Circle, $928,000

Joel and Shannon Rice, 416 Chimney Rock Drive, $915,000

Marc Tankel, 19 St. Andrews Drive, $912,000

Gregory and Shannon Ardoin, 32 Valley Club Circle, $900,000

Gareth T. Morgan, 11 Timberlake Drive, $900,000

Bhu and Jyoti Makan, 56 Deaville Circle, $900,000

Daniel Sherbet and Monica Lo, 26 German Court, $869,000

Robin and Donna Bohra, 3 E. Palisades, $860,000

Mark Brown and Jill Judy, 8317 Easy St., Sherwood, $855,000

Edwin and Kristi Diaz, 207 Deauville Place, $850,000

Phillip Pulley, First Security Center Unit 1403, $835,000

William A. Banks, 29 St. John’s Place, $832,000

Shane and Kim Sweetin, 105 Deauville Drive, $817,475

Pedro and Sandra Delgado, 23224 Foxridge Road, $810,000

Bryant Musgrave, 6 Vantage Point, $800,000

Rohan and Roopa Samant, 53 Deauville Circle, $797,000

Harrison and Beth Reed, 4713 Crestwood, $780,000

Ryan and Elizabeth Gill, 20 Glenridge Road, $769,000

Gregory Snead, 11 Highfield Cove, $760,771

Philip and Robin Johnson, 24 Chenal Circle, $760,000

John and Alison Waldo, 19 St. Andrews Drive, $752,000

Ruth McDonough, 5022 Country Club Blvd. $750,000

John and Victoria Starling, 5907 Stonewall Road, $750,000

William and Peggy Marshall, 1 Treetops Lane, $750,000

Susan and Michael Desselle, 2106 Beechwood St., $749,000

Lisa McNeir, 316 Rock St. Unit 1806, $746,240

Kristi Crum, 50 Hallen Court, $725,000

Adam and Hollie Sandlin, 54 Bentley Circle, North Little Rock, $725,000

Lindsay and Michael Enns, 5809 Edgewood, $725,000

Robert and Tammy Parker, 12 Menden Lane, $721,000

Charles Cheatham, 5425 Ridgefield Lane, $720,000

Christopher and Gail Stuart, 735 Ferncliff Road, $720,000

B.R. Machen, 5 Serian Circle, $715,000

Charles and Elizabeth Crocker, 1 River Birch Road, $715,000

Curtis and Jackye Finch, 6 River Glen Circle, $710,000

John and Leslie McMorran, 8506 Berry Patch Lane, Roland, $702,500

Thomas and Jennifer Burnett, 22111 Denny Road, $700,000



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