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Sewickley area real estate transactions for week of March 4, 2019 |

Sewickley area real estate transactions for week of March 4, 2019



Kristen Olson sold property at 322 Highland Lane to Alejandro Diaz and Marisa Helene Grywalski for $151,000.


Christiana Trust trustee sold property at 103 Main St. to Garden Court Properties LLC for $89,900.


Amber Mitchell sold property at 323 Beaver St. to Marlex Properties LLC for $7,200 (state deed transfer stamps indicate a value of $85,728).

Jamie Morrill et al. sold property at 14 Beech St. to Sycamore Ledge LLC for $1 (state deed transfer stamps indicate a value of $66,804).


Roberta Hicks sold property at 720 Washington St. to Churchman LLC for $225,000.

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

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