Sewickley area real estate transactions for week of April 26, 2019 |

Sewickley area real estate transactions for week of April 26, 2019



Harry Caravaggio III sold property at 709 Sewickley Heights Drive to Sally Tomana for $190,000.


Mark Duquette sold property at 108 William Penn Circle to Shannon and Tara Klingensmith for $243,000.


Arthur Holman sold property at 88 Broad St. to George and Diane Frederick for $30,000.

Kathleen Johnson sold property at 8 Sycamore Spur to Michael Fitzurka for $257,500.


Fifth Avenue Property Group LLC sold property at 140 Bradley Lane to Christie White for $192,250.

John Deklewa sold property at 342 Chestnut St. to Eric and Sarah Bell for $566,500.

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