Six acres at Perkins and Highland sells for $842K
A 6-acre plot of land at the corner of Perkins and Highland roads has been sold for $842,000 to Mark A. Dillon of Prairieville, according to records filed with the East Baton Rouge Clerk of Court last Thursday. The land, which is addressed at 19566 Perkins Road, was sold by businessman and former state Sen. Walter Joseph Boasso of Chalmette, according to the property transfer. Boasso's purchase last year of a home in nearby Highland Crossing for $1.89 million was No. 3 on Business Report's listing of the most expensive home sales of 2013. Neither the buyer nor the seller could be reached for additional comment as of this afternoon's deadline. Meanwhile, other recent property transfers recorded by the clerk of court include:
• D.R. Horton Inc.-Gulf Coast bought 15 lots in Mallard Crossing subdivision from Montrachet Development LLC for $740,000.
• Suntrust Bank, which is based in Georgia, purchased property on the corner of Florida and Monterrey boulevards from U.S. Bank National Association for $802,716.
• Parish Reco LLC of Lafayette, represented by Jeffrey M. Landry, purchased two lots at 7836 Reco Ave. from Varnado Brothers LLC for $760,000.
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