, Gloucester, MA


May 7, 2013

Trading places on Cape Ann

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


No transactions.


38 Bass Ave.: John E. Moses and Cynthia A. Moses from Lawrence N. Hennessy and Heather A. Hennessy on April 19 for $205,000.

3 Bittersweet Road: Timothy S. Bengston and Diane D. Bengston from 3 Bittersweet Road Trust Robert M. Bengston on April 17 for $375,000.

9 Langsford Way: Matthew Dinola and Lisa Dinola from Frank S. Perrone on April 18 for $555000

925 Washington St.: Regina Ryan and James D. Montgornery from New York Community Bank on April 16 for $330,000.

612 Essex Ave. Unit 11: Marie P. Jezequel from Sara T. Kenyon on April 19 for $270,000.

4 Sea Fox Lane: Charles R. Collins and Mary A. Collins from Beaudet Realty Trust and Henry R. Beaudet on April 19 for $742,500.


187 School St.: George R. Parkhurst and Elizabeth N. Parkhurst from Sarah A. Mellish on April 18 for $449,000.


No transactions.

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