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Top commercial and residential real estate transactions — July 10 |

Top commercial and residential real estate transactions — July 10

| Saturday, July 9, 2016 3:12 p.m
This property in Moon recently sold for $435,000.


Property: 7475 McKnight Road, Ross

Seller: Baierl Holding Corp.

Buyer: Ross Park Investors LLC

Details: Commercial building

Comment: Buyer could not be reached for comment.


Property: 4711 William Penn Highway, Monroeville

Seller: Jeffrey Lenchner

Buyer: Guardian Storage Monroeville RT 22 LLC

Details: Commercial building

Comment: A news release from Guardian Storage says the company will construct an 118,200-square-foot Class A storage facility with about 83,525-square-feet of rentable area. It is expected to open in February.


Property: 495 Pittsburgh Road, Penn

Seller: Judith Greenberger

Buyer: Hunter Realty Partner LLC

Details: Commercial building

Comment: Buyer could not be reached for comment.


Property: Moon

Seller: Lori Boruch

Buyer: Jennifer Johnsen Nazareth and Mario Nazareth

Details: This house has four bedrooms; four full bathrooms; open floor plan; bamboo floors; gourmet kitchen; and patios and decks.

Comment: “The buyers loved the upscale updates in this mid-century ranch, but mostly they love the view and privacy this beautiful three acres affords them. They love the long driveway that takes them from their busy lives to a private, serene setting that feels miles away from their busy world,” said Carroll Ferguson, the buyer’s agent with the Sewickley office of Howard Hanna Real Estate Services.


Property: Hampton

Seller: Keith Ming Kong Tse

Buyer: Victor Novak II and Amy Lynn Novak

Details: House has four bedrooms; three full bathrooms; hardwood floor; a sun room; deck; and a finished walkout basement.

Comment: “(The buyers) fell in love with this home. … Hampton School District, cul-de-sac location and oh-so-spacious to raise their growing family,” said Marsha Gruber, the buyer’s agent with the Cranberry office of Howard Hanna Real Estate Services.


Property: North Huntingdon

Seller: James Rocco

Buyer: Joseph Micic

Details: This house has three bedrooms, two full bathrooms, hardwood and wall-to-wall carpet and a fireplace.

Comment: “Some of the features that the buyer liked in this home were the sunken living room, custom Manor House kitchen, GE Monogram appliances and a private basketball court,” said Justin Betters, the buyer’s agent with K & S Real Estate Inc.

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