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Home Sales in Mansfield: October 5-11

The most expensive transaction was for $250,000.

Mansfield Town Assessor Irene Luciano said the town is holding "pretty steady," in the real estate market, as overall combined house sales are only slightly lower than they were in 2009 during the last revaluation. [See PDF File.]

"We're right in the ballpark," Luciano said.

Home values in Mansfield have even gone up slightly when compared to last year at this time, Luciano said, with the most popular home sales being Ranch & Split Levels styles.

Below, you'll find a list of the latest property transactions in Mansfield:

Mansfield

Dawn E. Marrotte transferred the property at 115 Depot Rd. to LeRoy  Lynn McCollum and Theresa A. Williams for $130,000.

Edwin Tucker (by Sherwion Tucker, his POA) transferred the property at 11 Eastwood Rd. to Matthew W. Hart and Kara A. Hart for $250,000.

John P. Listro transferred the property at Candide Lane to the Town of Mansfield.

David Allie, Trustee, transferred the property at 16 Ridge Rd. to Christopher Niarhokos and Lindsey Niarhokos for $156,300.

The Fotini Martin Revocable Living Trust dated Oct. 23, 2008, Fontini Martin, Trustee, transferred the property at 227 Gurleyville Rd., 265 Storrs Rd., 629 Storrs Rd. and 806 Storrs Rd to Fontini Martin.

Paul Sikand transferred the property at 98 Beech Mountain Rd. to Beech Mountain Property, LLC.

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