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What Sold Locally: Sept. 21-Sept. 27

The most expensive property transaction in Ellington was for $515,000 and the most expensive transaction in Somers was for $299,900.

Ellington

John H. Hughes and Kadee M. Hughes transferred the property at 73 Cider Mill Rd. to Cartus Financial Corp. for $275,000.

Cartus Financial Corp. transferred the property at 73 Cider Mill Rd. to Matthew A. Cole and Jennifer L. Cole for $275,000.

United States of America Department of Veterans Affairs transferred the property at 18 Overhill Rd. to John Moreau and Jennifer S. Moreau for $197,000.

Alan Properties, LLC transferred a piece of property in the Angel Trace subdivision to Stephan Builders for $87,000.

Stephan Builders, Inc. transferred a piece of property in the Angel Trace subdivision to April L. Fries for $467,360.

Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation transferred the property at 8 Elm St. to Steven R. Midford and Emily A. Midford for $214,000.

Brnda L. Smith transferred the property at 17 Bronisz Dr. to Min Xu and Zhiping Guo for $377,000.

Secretary of Housing and Urban Development transferred the property at 6 Longview St. to Nadia Pourjafarimoghaddam for $75,000.

Mark J. Plourde and Jennifer L. Plourde transferred the property at 63 Ridgeview Dr. to Timothy Magnotta and Melenie Magnotta for $515,000.

T&M Building Co., Inc. transferred the property at 47 Steeple View Dr. to Alexa R. Kulinski for $282,707.

Dennis W. McConnel (Estate) transferred the property at 36 Aborn Rd. to William R. Brown, Jr. and Kathleen M. Brown for $188,000.

Somers

William M. Goldberg and Diana M. Goldberg, trustees, transferred the property at 34 Bradfield Dr. to William P. Arruda and Terry R. Arruda for $299,900.

High Ridge Estates, LLC transferred the property at 24 Aspen Ridge to Joseph D. Marinaccio and Marissa A. Camerota for $119,000.

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