, Gloucester, MA


October 1, 2013

Trading places on Cape Ann

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


97 Southern Ave.: Bethany Giblin and John Gavin from Deborah A Santoro on Sept. 5 for $391,000.

22 Story St. Unit 1: Raymond J. Haight and Barbara J. Haight from Norma A. Young on Sept. 13 for $280000

12 Burnham Court: Timothy R. Walsh and Elizabeth Walsh from Carla O. Symonds on Sept. 10 for $180,000.


7 Big Rock Road: Cape Ann Savings Bank from Cape Ann Savings Bank and Margaret J. Corrigan on Sept. 9 for $20,000.

10 Proctor St.: Peter C. Anderson and Susan B. Andersen from Gail Frances Clifford Trust and Gail F. Clifford on Sept. 13 for $2.85 million.

34 School St.: Devin M. McLaughlin and Maureen K. McLaughlin from Andrew Ladygo and Grace W. Ladygo on Sept. 13 for $630,000.


20 Railroad Ave.: Dolores Vagi from Leena M. Wayrynen on Sept. 5 for $238,000.

50 Beach St.: David Digregorio and Valerie P. Digregorio from 50 Beach Street Realty Trust and Carole D. Judd on Sept. 6 for $1.3 million.

1 Pigeon Hill Court Unit B: Michael T. Sullivan and Cheryl B. Sullivan from Joyce Barbara O’Neill Real Estate Trust and Joyce B. O’Neill on Sept. 6 for $320,000.

6 High Street Court: Maureen H. Remington from Jerome J Ryan and Laura G. Ryan on Sept. 11 for $300,000.

14 Holbrook Court: Woodridge Realty Trust and Carl E. Gardner from Ralph T. Budrow and Thomas Budrow on Sept. 10 for $127,000.

9 Jerdens Lane: Robert M. Day from Frederick C. Smith on Sept. 12 for $415,000.

64 Marmion Way: Jason M. Johnson and Helen Johnson from Kenneth Kaiser and Lori S Kaiser on Sept. 12 for $883,700.

12 Eden Road: Paul A. Casale and Sue A. Casale from Jason Shaw and Kate J. Shaw on Sept. 9 for $360,000.

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