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The Weisleders sold their former home at 745 W. River Road. (PHOTO: CVRMLS)

RICHMOND, Va. — A local couple’s recent move from a Goochland County estate to a property in Richmond’s West End produced the two highest-priced residential sales for the month of October – and it’s not their first time on the top of the area’s monthly home sales list.

The buyers in October’s highest-priced sale – Travis and Shannon Weisleder, who purchased a 75-year-old West End home for $1.95 million – are also the sellers in the month’s second-highest deal: a 21st century Manakin-Sabot estate that sold the same day, Oct. 15, for $1.89 million.

The home at 101 Kennondale Lane in the West End had the highest sale price last month. (PHOTO: CVRMLS)

The home at 101 Kennondale Lane in the West End had the highest sale price last month. (PHOTO: CVRMLS)

The couple, whose previous home near the University of Richmond topped the home sales list in January, moved from that house to the Manakin-Sabot estate, located at 745 W. River Road. After 14 months there, they bought the home in the West End – an 18-room house at 101 Kennondale Lane, off Cary Street Road near the Country Club of Virginia.

Travis Weisleder is the president and CEO of Interactive Financial Marketing Group, a company that provides marketing services and sales leads to car dealers. After selling the company in 2007, he purchased it back earlier this year.

Click here to read why Weisleder said his new and former homes closed on the same day.