Shugart Homes sales include Davidson, Guilford

The Triad properties sold by Shugart Homes to its new owner include at least five tracts in Guilford County and four in Davidson County, according to their respective register of deeds websites.

Shugart, a Triad new-home residential developer for 53 years, said Tuesday it has been sold to a Columbia, S.C., group owned by a Berkshire Hathaway affiliate.

Mungo Homes, a division of Clayton Properties Group Inc., bought the Winston-Salem company for an undisclosed price. Clayton is the Berkshire affiliate.

Guilford deed filings listed five sets of properties sold for a combined $3.41 million. Those properties involve developments, lots and tracts in Country Club Estates, Labelle, Meadow Valley, Stone Mill Village and Tarrant Trace.

Davidson deed filings listed four sets of properties sold for a combined $2.47 million. Those properties involve developments, lots and tracts in Arcadia Ridge, Country Club Estates, Glehhaven and Planter’s Walk.

Forsyth County deed filings listed 15 sets of properties sold for a combined $9.44 million. Those properties include developments, lots and tracts off Jonestown Road and Watkins Ford Road and the Sedge Hollow and Beeson Oaks developments.

Kernersville convenience store sells for $1.02M

A 4 Brothers convenience store site in Kernersville has been sold for $1.02 million to a Charlotte group, according to a Forsyth County Register of Deeds filing Tuesday.

The buyer of the 831 S. Main St. property is Primax Properties LLC. The seller is TF MJRD Kernersville LLC, also of Charlotte.

In a separate Kernersville commercial real-estate deal, the vacant property at 325 N. Main St. sold for $630.000.

The buyer of the 0.49-acre site is RPPKV LLC of Kernersville, while the seller is Southwest Forsyth Development Co. Inc. of Winston-Salem.

Richard Craver

Winston-Salem rental facility bought for $1.35M

A 2.17-acre rental facility near downtown Winston-Salem and U.S. 52 was sold for $1.35 million, according to a Forsyth County Register of Deeds filing Tuesday.

The buyer of the Ahern Rental facility at 3800 N. Patterson Ave. is National Rental Properties LP of Orlando, Fla.

The seller is DFA LLC of Henderson, Nev.

Richard Craver

Cook Out buys property

in Greensboro

The parent company of the Cook Out restaurant chain has spent $1.8 million to buy the property at 3309 Battleground Ave. in Greensboro, according to a Guilford County Register of Deeds filing Tuesday.

Cook Out Inc. already has five restaurants in Greensboro, including at 2411 Battleground Ave.

The seller is Branch Westridge Associates LP of Atlanta.

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