, Gloucester, MA


August 14, 2012

Trading places on Cape Ann

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


2 Andrews St.: Margo A. Kusulas and Jared S. McGarth from John Kusulas and Leslie Kusulas on July 27 for $ 321,000.


15 Allen St.: Andrew Theriault and Stacia Theriault from Metro Credit Union on July 24 for $213,000.

12 Cross St.: Hattie Holland from Eric C. Sens and Lynne C. Sens on July 27 for $173,500.

6 Harbor Road: Howard J. Fingert and Cindy Broder from estate of Dora F. Ellis and Patricia M. Powers on July 26 for $910,000.

26 Marsh St.: Home Together Community from Action Inc. on July 25 for $118,500.


9 Sky Top Drive: Bruce A. Strayton and Susan Whalen from Nine Skytop Realty Trust and Gregory A. Bazlewicz on July 27 for $790,000.

12 Friend St.: Pensco Trust Co from the estate of Mary K. Baker and Lenore M. Glaser, on July 27 for $345,000.


Blueberry Lane lot: Eric P. Sweet and Terri L. Sweet from Brandt J. Symes and Carolynn R. Symes on July 26 for $611,500.

2 Mount Locust Ave.: Kenneth W. Salinger and Jean M. Murphy from Richard McMullen and Rosemari McMullen on July 23 for $582,000.

227 Granite St. Unit 3C: Stephanie Legatos from Jerre W. Salmon and Janet P. Salmon on July 27 for $170,000. 6 Tarrs Lane W.: Whon K. Shon from Helen R. Barnett on July 27 for $368,000.

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