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Congress corner property in Old Town sold

The corner residential properties in Old Town at Congress and Hortensia streets have been sold for $5.2 million.

The properties consists of four small single-family homes at 2237, 2241, 2245 and 2249 Congress St. and four apartment properties at 2225-2233 Congress, 3917-3923 Hortensia, 3925-3931 Hortensia and 3933-3941 Hortensia, San Diego 92110.

The buyer was Old Town Casitas LLC, a California limited liability company with Up the Hill LLC, as manager. Charles R. Stovall and Sally I. Stovall are the managers of Up the Hill, also a California limited liability company, 2266 Juan S., San Diego 92103.

The acquisition was financed with a loan of $3.25 million from Opus Bank.

The sellers of the properties were Marianne H. Kristofferson and David Kristofferson, trustees of the Kristofferson Family Trust; Vylie Joy Elder, trustee of the Vylie Joy Elder Revocable Trust; Joan E. Parker, trustee of the Joan Parker Trust; Richard L. Eseery and Grazyna Farida Oszczygiel-Essery, co-trustees of the Essery Family Trust; and Lynne Bollinger, as trustee of The Tristram Family 1988 Trust.

The single-family homes range from 609 to 577 square feet, each with two bedrooms and one bath built in 1952 on lots from 2,474 to 3,023 square feet.

The apartments are nine units on a 40,511-square-foot lot on Congress, and a pair of five-unit properties on 10,258 and 12,537 square feet lots and four units on 10,446 square feet on Hortensia.

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