Fox Chapel area real estate transactions for the week of Sept. 16, 2019 |
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Fox Chapel area real estate transactions for the week of Sept. 16, 2019



Larry Caporali sold property at 115 Second St. to Scott Gillam and Noelle Rao for $280,000.

John Malley sold property at 203 Ninth St. to Theodore Tedesco Jr. for $453,500.


Estate of Thomaseen Ann Wojnar sold property at 429 Freeport Road to i2 Advisors Property Management LLC for $27,500.


Michael Schoenian sold property at 3 Belmar Drive to Eva Lunder for $174,900.

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Samuel Jacobs sold property at 1 Deer Spring Lane to Michael and Heidi Shultz for $825,000.

Ralph Rollin Unglo II sold property at 335 Fox Chapel Road to Dannic Properties LLC for $100,000.

Kimball Bradley sold property at 5 Twin Pine Court to M Lee and Jessica Haselkorn for $938,000.


Patricia Ann Mattone Fish sold property at 6 Beckman St. to David Miklos for $125,000.


Eva Lunder sold property at 732 Dorseyville Road to Michael Mehalko for $175,000.

Mustapha Daouadi sold property at 107 Hodil Terrace to Joseph Vojko for $220,000.

Richard Moline sold property at 314 Rich Hill Road to Richmont Estates L.P. for $430,000.

Thomas Newcamp sold property at 50 Ridgeland Drive to Federal National Mortgage Assn. for $4,203.

Grace Streyle sold property at 106 Rose Drive to Christy Bugel for $181,000.

Estate of Barbara Lamagna sold property at 3747 Saxonburg Blvd. to Brian Ramaglia Kushner for $173,000.


John Fussenegger sold property at 111 Mission Lane to Colin Fischetti and Kate Elam for $158,900.


Robert Rein sold property at 1507-1509 Main St. to Olivia Fischer for $145,000.

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