McHenry County’s top five priciest home sales in July

Sales ranged from $840,000 to $2.4 million

From left: 11 Moate Ln and 2706 Cuhlman Rd
From left: 11 Moate Ln and 2706 Cuhlman Rd (Zillow, Getty)

July was a mixed bag for high-end home sales in McHenry County.

The top five transactions ranged from $840,000 to $2.4 million in July, a much wider range than the month prior.

In June, the county had three of its priciest homes sell for $1 million or more, where sales ranged from $930,000 to $1.25 million. But only one home sold over $1 million in July.

Here’s a breakdown of the top five sales, according to data collated by Zillow, which it sourced from Midwest Real Estate Data. This list doesn’t include all off-market deals.

1) 11 Moate Ln, $2.4 million

This 6,500 square-foot home in Barrington sold for $2.4 million on July 14. It was originally listed in March for $2.8 million. It features five bedrooms and five baths. Built in 1996 on five acres, the property includes a salt water pool, a large barn/accessory building with a guest apartment, a three-stall horse barn and a six-car garage. There’s an attached heated three-car garage.

John Morrison and Mimi Noyes with @properties Christie’s International Real Estate represented the sellers and Agha Mirza with City Habitat Realty LLC represented the buyers.

2) 2706 Cuhlman Rd, $925,000

This four-bedroom, five-bathroom log cabin-style home sold for $925,000 on July 15. Built in 2004 on one acre in McHenry, the 5,400-square-foot home overlooks a small private pond next to Pistakee Lake. It was listed in June for $950,000 before closing for $25,000 less a month later.

Kathryn Festen with Baird & Warner Real Estate – Algonquin represented the sellers and the buyers.

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3) 215 Woodhaven Ln, $880,000

This 5,000-square-foot home in Barrington Hills sold for $880,000 on July 6. Built in 1961 on six acres, the home has four bedrooms and four bathrooms. The property is on a private road with a gated entrance and includes a pool, tree house, two separate garages that can hold up to nine cars, and a former airplane hangar that’s been converted to a nine-stall horse barn.

It last sold for $785,000 in 1999, and has been listed for sale around $1 million three times since 2019.

Valentino Ranallo with CENTURY 21 New Heritage West represented the sellers and Matthew Wiegman with Baird & Warner represented the buyers.

4) 411 Ridge Ln, $875,000

This five-bedroom, six-bathroom home in Lake in the Hills closed for $875,000 on July 21. Built in 2003, the 7,000-square-foot home includes a second kitchen in the basement, along with a large bar and game room. The home was listed for sale in June for $850,000 before closing $25,000 over.

Jackie Nelson with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Starck Real Estate represented the sellers and Blake Bauer and Baird & Warner represented the buyers.

5) 109 Turkey Run Rd, $840,000

This 5,200-square-foot home in Trout Valley sold for $840,000 on July 21. Built in 1959 on three-quarters of an acre, the home has five bedrooms and four bathrooms. The home was listed in May for $850,000 before closing for $10,000 less in July.

Tyler Lewke and Samuel Sicurella with Keller Williams Success Realty represented the sellers and Kim Alden with Compass represented the buyers.

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