Top commercial, residential real estate deals of the week
By Sam Spatter
Published: Saturday, December 8, 2012, 9:00 p.m.
Updated: Tuesday, February 19, 2013
DEALSOF THE WEEK
Property sold: 4695 Campbell's Run Rd., Collier
Seller: King Development Inc., Pittsburgh
Buyer: Snyder Automotive Works Inc., Pittsburgh
Detail: A car wash on a 2.1 acre site, adjacent to an Exxon gasoline station, convenience store and repair shop.
Comment: “We will continue the car wash as part of our station, which was founded in 1953 by our father, Earl J. Snyder Sr.,” said Donald Snyder who with his brother, Ronnie, own the site.
Property sold: 2930 Liberty Ave., Strip District
Seller: Nicholas Nicholas, Pittsburgh
Buyer: Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre Inc., Pittsburgh
Details: Acquired a one-story building, which will permit construction of an annex building and three new studios.
Comment: “We will investigate the cost of conversion and use of the building, which helps expand our studio on Liberty with possible use of the site as parking, either surface or multi-level,” said Harris Ferris, Ballet Theatre executive director.
Property sold: 601 Fallowfield Ave., Charleroi
Seller: Palmerino Ciotti, Charleroi
Buyer: Bayshire Properties LLC, South Hills
Details A three-story, 24-unit apartment building with integral garage plus parking lot. Has covered porch, rear deck, laundry room and storage area.
Comment: “Buyer had been looking to purchase larger investment property to add to its portfolio. Buyer plans to continue building as is but will do some remodeling/updating. Seller plans to retire,” said Elisa Ciotti, Bob Montcavage Team, Priority Realty LLC.
TOP DOLLAR HOMES
Seller: George McGee
Buyer: Shamsul Hasan and Naaima Haque
Details: A Provincial-style house on a cul de sac, lots of light from numerous windows and skylights, vaulted ceiling, guest suite with bath, fully paneled den with coffered ceiling, two-story fireplace, family room.
Comment: “Buyer wanted the North Allegheny School District, liked the huge level lot on a cul de sac, great room sizes and quality construction,” said Molly Vitlar, Howard Hanna Real Estate.
Seller: Richard and Toni Marmajek
Buyer: Richard and Lori Easom
Details: Brick Provincial with four bedrooms, 4 1/2 baths, breakfast nook, two large pantries, lower level with media room, kitchenette, exercise/fifth bedroom, private deck off kitchen, fireplace with blower.
Comment: “Buyers selected this home because it was in Treesdale golf community, was in mint condition, fenced in yard, very private and in the Mars School District,” said Judi Sayhay, Team Sayhay Associates, Keller Williams Realty.
Property: South Strabane
Seller: Barrie Wight
Buyer: Joseph and Lauren DiPietro
Details: Marble foyer, sunken living room, first-floor den, two-story family room, doubled-sided fireplace shared with breakfast room, media room, pool-two-cabanas-pagoda, hot tub.
Comment: “Buyer liked that this area gave them feel of country but convenient to highway, all shopping and close to elementary school, and has a large in-ground pool totally private,” said Dorothy Walsko, Howard Hanna Real Estate.
Sam Spatter is a staff writer for Trib Total Media. He can be reached at 412-320-7843 or email@example.com.
- Child killed in East Hills shooting
- Steelers notebook: Less talk, more work is Tomlin’s theme
- Penguins notebook: Morrow leaves practice with injury
- Kovacevic: Why did Pens even get Iginla?
- Senators notebook: Pens' Crosby has defensive shadows
- Pirates notebook: Penguins jerseys in fashion for road trip
- Stocks like hint from Fed member
- Retired UPMC surgeon sues surgical device maker over patents
- Coach Tomlin, Steelers facing plenty of questions as OTAs start
- Pitt basketball team to play in Legends Classic
- NFL notebook: San Francisco lands 50th Super Bowl
You must be signed in to add comments
To comment, click the Sign in or sign up at the very top of this page.
Subscribe today! Click here for our subscription offers.