November 12, 2019
Habitat buys 9 Haiti St. dwellings for $778,000
With a $1-million PATH Foundation grant, Fauquier Habitat for Humanity purchased five properties, slated for rehabilitation as part of its ongoing work in Warrenton’s Haiti Street neighborhood.
Fauquier Habitat for Humanity recently paid $778,000 for five rental properties, with nine living spaces, on Haiti and Horner streets in Warrenton.
The PATH Foundation provided a grant of more than $1 million for the purchase and rehabilitation of the properties.
“Availability of affordable housing in our area is a real issue, and it is challenging to find ways to chip away at the problem,” PATH President Christy Connolly said. “We believe that the Fauquier Habitat effort is very strong because of its extensive planning and partnership with neighborhood residents, the Town of Warrenton and other regional and national organizations with proven success in these efforts.”
Working with residents, other organizations and volunteers, Habitat started the Haiti Neighborhood Revitalization initiative three years ago.
The newest purchases bring the organization’s ownership to 11 properties, with 20 housing units, in the neighborhood.
Fauquier Habitat Executive Director Darryl Neher added, “Fauquier Habitat values the
“What’s next is a strategic-planning process to help us identify how to best utilize the properties in pursuit of fulfilling our mission to ensure everyone has a safe, decent and affordable place to live,” Fauquier Habitat Executive Director Darryl Neher said. “The planning process will allow residents of the neighborhood, Fauquier Habitat staff, town officials, architect Jim Hricko, representatives from HD Advisors, Virginia Housing Development Authority, Virginia Community Development Corporation and other interested community partners to determine possibilities for the neighborhood.
“This significant process is expected to take six to 12 months.
Kirsten Dueck, PATH Foundation senior program officer, has worked on the effort since it was first envisioned three years ago. “We continue to be impressed with Fauquier Habitat’s efforts to collaborate with neighbors, community members and experienced organizations to make certain this revitalization program is approached thoughtfully. The PATH Foundation’s grant provides for the purchase of the properties, but also for hiring essential project staff to shepherd the process.”
She added, “It has been incredibly special to be part of a group of people truly committed to honoring the Haiti Street neighborhood history and to working together toward its healthy and vibrant future.”
Carolina Gomez-Navarette, who has helped plan the project as a Fauquier Habitat board member and Habitat homeowner on Haiti St., said: “I am thankful for PATH’s generosity and for God putting me on this path with Habitat. Sometimes I cannot believe I am part of this work to make our community better.”
The Fauquier County Circuit Court clerk’s office recorded these real estate transfers Oct. 31-Nov. 6, 2019:
Cedar Run District
Argent Development LLC, Robert M. Iten IV as sole member, and Surrey House LLC, William H. Farley as managing member, to Daniel A. and Clarissa N. Barrett, 2.81 acres, 7699 Kennedy Road, near Vint Hill, $449,900.
FFC Properties LLC, Brian Fowler as sole member, to Donald J. Kiefer, 5.78 acres, 4165 Christopher Way, near Vint Hill, $560,000.
James R. and Maria W. Vansplunder to Michael W. and Kathy J. Beach, 1.5 acres, 12562 Bristersburg Road, near Midland, $425,000.
Kenneth C. and Janet K. Malamphy to Stuart R. and Cindy M. Seal, 5.07 acres, 12677 Marsh Road, near Morrisville, $399,900.
Windy Oak Investments LLC, William H. Farley as managing member, to James and Karin Frank, 8.01 acres, 12721 Bristersburg Road, near Midland, $460,000.
Rockwood Homes Inc. to Justin M. and Katherine I. Perry, 6.81 acres, 7273 Rockwood Road, near Midland, $574,921.
Benjamin M. Houser and Mark S. Houser to Laurice and Michael P. Maher, 1.57 acres, Lot A, Low Pond Subdivision, 8770 Low Pond Drive, near Warrenton, $400,000.
Eva C. Harris to Fauquier Habitat for Humanity, Lot, 84-86-88 Haiti St.; lot, 130-132-134 Haiti St.; 0.21 acre, 97 Horner St.; 5,446 square feet, 107 Haiti St.; 7,696 square feet, Haiti St., and 7,696 Haiti St., Warrenton, $778,600.
Darin A. Anderson to Steven D. and Kimberley W. Ainsworth, Unit 14, Phase 14, Villas at The Ridges Condominiums, 160 Ruby Court, Warrenton, $364,000.
Teresa A. Bowles and Tina N. Culver to 7 Main Street LLC, 3,393 square feet, 7 Main St., Warrenton, $1,300,000.
Anthony J. and Holly M. Tedeschi to Matthew and Josephine Shoaf, Lot 143, Section 2D, Olde Gold Cup Subdivision, 810 Rayquick Court, Warrenton, $469,900.
David P. and Cynthia L. Maida to Craig L. and Carol S. Andrews, Unit 20, Phase 13, Villas at The Ridges Condominiums, 165 Lapis Court, Warrenton, $350,000.
Renee A. Davis to Jessica J. Asaro, Townhouse 5, Kingsbridge Court Subdivision, 13 Kingsbridge Court, Warrenton, $235,000.
Stewart V. and Susan A. Nell to David E. and Rhya Daubert, Lot 62, Section 2, Oak Springs Subdivision, 727 Arbor Court, Warrenton, $306,000.
Laurice and Michael Maher III to Ida M. Hackett, Lot 61, Phase 2, Highlands of Warrenton Subdivision, 110 Dorset Lane, Warrenton, $309,000.
Joshua C. and Jennifer L. Bott to Oscar D. Munoz and Carlos Portillo, 0.27 acre, Lot 11, Remington Ridge Subdivision, 12250 Short St., Remington, $251,250.
Jason M. P. Tancara to Robert and Lisa Stanley, Lot 178, Phase 2, Section E, Edgewood East Subdivision, 11381 Falling Creek Drive, Bealeton, $420,000.
Howard D. Pond to James D. and Sarah Morris, Unit J, Building 4, Cedar Lee Condominiums, 11235 Torrie Way, Bealeton, $140,500.
Nicholas A. Hanzivasilis to Aaron Brown, Unit A, Building 2, Cedar Lee Condominiums, 11238 Torrie Way, Bealeton, $145,000.
CC Properties LLC, Charles C. Johnson and Miller Attkisson as members, to Baltazar D. Hernandez to Maris F.S. Roman, 2 acres, 13184 South River Road, Sumerduck, $410,000.
Brian S. and Amanda P. Murphy to Marlenis Rubio and Veronica B.C. Guevara, 0.92 acre, 10742 James Madison Highway, near Opal, $287,000.
Carter D. and Tiffany K. Layne to Courtney Romesberg and Ashley Cornwell, Lot 49-A, Section B3, Edgewood East Subdivision, 6899 Maplewood Drive, Bealeton, $310,000.
Imperial Holdings of Virginia LLC, Frank Mangano as manager, to Chase R. Ryan, Lot 35, Section 1, Silver Cup Subdivision, 7463 Silver Cup Drive, near Warrenton, $552,500.
Conrad and Galit G. Holtslag to Lorens O. Gregorio, 0.81 acre, 9031 Turnbull Road, near Warrenton, $192,000.
John W. and Kathleen B. Lindquist, trustees, to Alexandra Woodson, 1.1 acres, Lot 3, Section 2, Fauquier White Sulphur Springs Subdivision, 9276 Tournament Drive, near Warrenton, $535,000.
Mitchell Berliner and Debra J. Moser to Caroline W. Harrell-Cramer, 25 aces, Putnam’s Mill Road, near Orlean, $190,000.
Robert C. and Linda M. Thomson, trustees, to Anthony J. and Holly M. Tedeschi, 7.31 acres, Lot 1, Waterloo Farms Subdivision, 9147 Hyde Lane, near Warrenton, $677,750.
Carole Edwards and Ernest A. Fewell to Jessica R. Thomas, 1.39 acres, Lot 9, Woodley Heights Subdivision, 7019 Woodley Heights Drive, near Warrenton, $310,000.
Richard K. and Annette M. Wingo to John M. and Wanda L. Kasel, trustees, Lot 96, Phase 6, Brookside Subdivision, 4490 Corral Road, near Warrenton, $605,000.
Mara Desmedt to Shaun R. McNamara, Lot 28, Block A, Rock Springs Subdivision, near Warrenton, $389,000.
Danny M. Loftin, trustee, to Christopher K. Perkins, 1.93 acres, Lot 1, Green View Subdivision, 6405 View Court, Broad Run, $490,000.
Carl J. Rafter to Christophe Chow, Lot 6, Grant Division, 7225 John Marshall Highway, near The Plains, $339,500.
Richard R. and Peggy G. Tolbert to James S. and Sherry D. Walsh, trustees, Lot 79, Section 2, Phase 1, Lake Whippoorwill Subdivision, 5952 Whippoorwill Drive, near Warrenton, $530,000.
Jesus T. Nieves and Ginette Tellado to Jason C. and Michelle Foote, 10.96 acres, Lot 5-A, Auburn Church Subdivision, 4435 Redturn Lane, near Warrenton, $625,000.
Jason C. and Michele Foote to Erik and Michelle Kersteter, Lot 166, Phase 8-F, Brookside Subdivision, 3129 Lake Wesley Court, near Warrenton, $540,000.
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