, Gloucester, MA


August 21, 2012

Trading places on Cape Ann

Sales information, compiled from Registry of Deeds, is provided under copyright by Banker and Tradesman, Boston.


27 Martin St.: Alan J. Budreau and Diana Hughes from Michael P. Gerhardt and Winifred B. Gerhardt on Aug. 3 for $510,000.

12 Cogswell Court: David C. Warner and Naomi J. Chapman from JC&AE French Real Estate Trust and Jerome C. French on July 30 for $300,000.


35 Granite St.: Lori B. Sanborn from Karin Gitto-Harring on July 31 on $330,000.

28 Orchard St.:Anthony Cusumano from Peter S. Albano on July 31 on $282,500.

62 Thurston Point Road: Suzanne M. Richardson from Robert P. Day and Jack H. Day on Aug. 1 for $437,390.

11 Clarendon St.: Cox Bell Family Trust and Robert M. Cox from Muriel L. Sawyer on July 31 on $360,000.

6 Langsford St.: Mark S.Anderson and Craig R. Anderson from Karen R. Webber on July 30 on $ 236,800.

44 Lexington Ave. Unit 42: Jeffrey Cook and Susan Cook from the estate of Noeline I. Purser and Robert Purser on Aug. 3 for $137,500.

166 Hesperus Ave.: Miriam Divinsky from Carrington Mortgage Loan and Deutsche Bank National Trust Co. on Aug. 3 for $311,000.

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