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Sewickley area real estate transactions released

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Here are the latest Sewickley area real estate transactions:

Bell Acres

Mark Rodgers sold property at 867 Camp Meeting Road to Marc and Kalyn Whelan for $270,000.

Edgeworth

Summit Oak Properties LLC sold property at 105 Pine St. to Daniel and Maura Winters for $373,000.

Donald Billings sold property at 209 Quaker Road to Susannah McClain for $498,000.

James Cooper sold property at 331 Woodland Road to Shane and Jennifer Hochradel for $682,000.

Leetsdale

Estate of Virginia Schneider sold property at 700 Beaver St. to Mortgage Equity Conversion Asset Trust20 for $5,016 (state deed transfer stamps indicate a value of $163,362).

Estate of Frank William Segelon sold property at 5 Winding Road to Ambridge Restoration Partners L.P. for $164,455.

Osborne

Matthew Stich sold property at 1469 Beaver St. to Christian and Rachel Abel for $267,000.

Sewickley

Estate of Betty Mann sold property at 316 Beaver St. to John Means trustee for $370,000.

Richard Marrone sold property at 531 Chadwick St. to Mario Pasquino and Sara Klinvex for $410,000.

Vincent Basnight et al. sold property at 229 Chestnut St. to New Alliance Federal Credit Union for $3,882.

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

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