, Gloucester, MA


October 8, 2013

Trading places in Cape Ann’s towns

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


242 John Wise Ave.: Essex County Greenbelt Association from Thomas P. Shea and Mark S. Shea on Sept. 18 for $4,000.


138 Summer St.: Shannon Callahan and Randolph Strng from Sharron P. Cohen and Suzanne D. Launer on Sept. 16 for $420,000.

61 School St.: Andrew K. Oldeman and Melanie J. Oldeman from Joseph D. Rogers and Stephanie B. Rogers on Sept. 19 for $775,000.


2 Green St.: Korslund Family Trust and Harry J. Korslund from Cape Ann Savings Bank on Sept. 20 for $250000

11 Norwood Ave.: Patricia Campbell from Christopher J. Hall and Celee L. Hall on Sept. 16 for $925,000.

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