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May 14, 2013

Trading places on Cape Ann

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


16 Rocky Hill Road: Henry R. Davis and Sally G. Davis from Dan L. Monroe and Catherine W. Monroe on April 23 for $480,000.


89 Western Ave.: JSM Development LLC from Geneva B. Anderson on April 23 for $450,000.

1072 Washington St.: Diane Pappas and Robert Norris from Kevin C. Burke and Angela M. Burke on April 22 for $270,000.

21 Magnolia Ave.: Sara T. Kenyon from Mark Zamansky and Leslie F. Zamansky on April 25 for $300,000.

90 Hesperus Ave.: David Bean and Elena Bean from Lauenstein Realty Trust and Milton C. Lauenstein on April 26 for $1,399,000.

1 Anderson Way: Peterbuilt LLC from John J McCormick and Patricia McCormick on April 24 for $605,000.

5 Reynard St.: Brier Development LLC from Riverdale Place Partners on April 23 for $248,000.

17 Cleveland Place Unit 27: Salvatore R. Cuomo and Robert Cuomo from Cape Ann Savings Bank on April 26 for $95,000.

38 Stanwood Ave.: Kathryn Heinze and Andrew Heinze from KMS Investments LLC on April 22 for $110,000.


2 Anthony Ave.: Gary A. Needham and Joanne F. Needham from James Hatch and Karen Hatch on April 26 for $755,000.

24 Desmond Ave. Unit D: Adam M. Zaiger from Peter T. Simpson on April 22 for $219,000.


24 Marmion Way: Chibl Nahas and Elizabeth S. Nahas from 24 Marmion Way NT Charles W. Gardner on April 22 for $570,000.

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