•Lot 4 Cypress Cove Subdivision, Phase I, for $90,000 from Viola Allstars, LLC to White Star Property & Development, LLC on Nov. 28
•149 Amelia St., Ama for $120,000 from Gooden Homes, LLC to Mr. and Mrs. Michael Pierre on Nov. 30
•1250 Primrose Place, Building G, Unit 28, Boutte for $175,000 from A.R.E. Ventures, LLC to Ebony Dickerson on Nov. 30
•Lot 15 Pleasant Valley Dr., Des Allemands for $61,936 from L. Dufrene, LLC to Mr. and Mrs. Jamie Williams on Dec. 5
•17251 Old Spanish Trail, Des Allemands for $118,558 from Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dufrene, Sr. to Jimmy Thompson on Nov. 30
•144 Pine St., Des Allemands for $255,000 from Ronnie Borne to Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dufrene on Nov. 30
•25 Ormond Trace, Destrehan for $390,000 from LDSS Investments, LLC to Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Grush on Nov. 21
•339 Madewood Dr., Destrehan for $239,900 from Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hrapmann to Mr. and Mrs. Torrian Thomas on Nov. 30
•161 St. Charles Pl., Hahnville for $158,000 from Brennen Friloux & Melissa Perret to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Marshall on Nov. 29
•101 Lac Segnette Dr., Luling for $416,900 from Deloe Home Builders, LLC to Mr. and Mrs. Rendell Dunmiles on Dec. 4
•303 St. Charles Blvd., Luling for $125,000 from Mr. and Mrs. Dale Ledet to James Alford, II on Nov. 28
•Lot 17 St. Charles St., Luling for $7,000 from Parish of St. Charles to Malcolm Darensbourg on Oct. 8
•125 West. Heather Dr., Luling for $195,000 from Richard Barrett to Mark Rodgers on Nov. 30
•Lot 55 Allison Dr., Luling for $63,500 from Syl Caillet, Jr. to Mr. and Mrs. Errol King on Nov. 29
•102 St. Maria St., Luling for $215,000 from Terry Walley & Bethany Walley to Terry Simpkins on Nov. 26
•1029 Gassen St., Luling for $262,500 from Utila Enterprises, LLC to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hill on Dec. 6
•224 Tower Ln., Montz for $38,509 from Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Dunn to Herman Weston on Nov. 23
•101 Judy Ct., Montz for $249,900 from R.S. Walker & Associates, LLC to Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Blakeman, Sr. on Nov. 27
•61 Marino Dr., Norco for $106,000 from David Matherne, Jr. to Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Gabler on Dec. 3
•325 Good Hope, Norco for $69,900 from Mr. and Mrs. Alejandro Gort to Jeffrey Lefrevre & Shawn Taylor on Nov. 28
•400 Fonda St., Paradis for $147,000 from Averil Sanchez to Paul Sanchez on Nov. 30
•219 Oak St., St. Rose for $190,000 from Jessica Mahl & Benjamin Mahl to Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Scott, Jr. on Nov. 30
•219 White Oak Dr., St. Rose for $238,056 from Landcraft, INC to Mr. and Mrs. Benny Griffin on Nov. 30
•218 White Oak Dr., St. Rose for $268,114 from Landcraft, INC to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kraus on Nov. 29
•215 White Oak Dr., St. Rose for $216,250 from Landcraft, INC to Mr. and Mrs. Guillermo Conteras on Nov. 28
•246 Dianne Dr., St. Rose for $166,000 from Michael Powers to Mr. and Mrs. Gary Miranda on Dec. 7
•Lots 1, 2 & 3 St. Rose Subdivision, St. Rose for $35,000 from Michael Stevens to Fird Grover, IV on Nov. 30
•520 Oak St., St. Rose for $56,100 from Succession of Shriley Haydel to Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Montalto, Jr. on Nov. 30
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