Sewickley area real estate transactions for the week of Sept. 16, 2019 | TribLIVE.com
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Sewickley area real estate transactions for the week of Sept. 16, 2019

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Bell Acres

Randall Dearth sold property at 171 Turket Foot Road to Old Republic Diversified Services Inc. for $1,750,000.

Old Republic Diversified Services Inc. sold property at 171 Turket Foot Road to Jennifer Johnson trustee for $1,750,000.

Edgeworth

Gabriel Acosta Mikulasek sold property at 439 Oliver Road to Brandon and Sarah Means for $575,700.

Rockmere Partn. L.P. sold property at 216-218 Orchard Lane to Andrew Neil Sherman trustee and Theresa Marie Rodriguez trustee for $321,000.

Ivan Hofmann III sold property at 318 Shields Lane to BFG Holdings LLC for $527,500.

Leet

Mary Gott sold property at 110 Skrabut Lane to Judi Costanza for $218,558.

Sewickley

Christyn Anne Cunningham sold property at 236 Melville Lane to Cartus Financial Corp. for $239,000.

Cartus Financial Corp. sold property at 236 Melville Lane to Michelle Viviano for $239,000.

Giuseppe Floro sold property at 617 Straight St. to Gary and Michele Compasso for $220,000.

Real estate transactions provided by RealSTATs. Contact RealSTATs at 412-381-3880 or visit www.RealSTATs.net.

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