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October 3, 2013

Trading places in Gloucester

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


18 Spring St.: Diane N. Emmons from Scott A. Martell and Diane L. Nally on Sept. 4 for $225,000.

20 Haskell St.: Isabel C. Perkins and Charles E. Blaney on Sept. 6 for $370,000.

446 Washington St.: Brady B. Kain and Rory B. Kain from Robert E. Kain on Sept. 5 for $75,000.

100 Hesperus Ave.: Michael J. O’Sullivan and Marilyn B. O’Sullivan from Marc W. Eichenberger and Elizabeth M. Lakoseljae on Sept. 3 for $625,000.

663 Western Ave.: Brenda J. Gonzalez from Mary E. Steadman, on Sept. 6 for $40000

371 Western Ave.: George Hackford and Chantal Hackford from James E. Dunne and Gabrielle M. Dunne on Sept. 6 for $400,000.

5 Cedarwood Road: Thomas J. Testaverde from Thomas Canillas and Anna Canillas on Sept. 3 for $339,000.

2 River Road Unit 2: William P. Stone and Ellen E. Stone from Gail P. Fairfield on Sept. 6 for $319,775.

1 Angle St.: Joseph Virgilio from Gattineri Family Ventures on Sept. 12 for $125,000.

28 Wolf Hill Road: Matthew D. Lindley and Jessica H. Lindley from Philip M. Davies and Carol E. Hager on Sept. 12 for $90,000.

288 Essex Ave.: David Galbraith from Federal National Mortgage Association on Sept. 12 for $199,900.

2 Causeway St.: Adam J. Mondello from Mary G. Clarke and Martha Clarke on Sept. 12 for $265,000.

7 Mansfield St. Unit 1: Stephanie Couture from Darryl L Riley and Donna B. Riley on Sept. 13 for $195,000.

11 Lupine Lane: Amy E. Racofskyand James J. Racofsky from Riverdale Pl Partners LLC on Sept. 12 for $147,000.

12 Ledgemont Ave.: Nathan M. Collins and Cristina M. Collins from Crudden Ross Realty Trust and Dwight A. Ware on Sept. 10 for $ 279,000.

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