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Southington property transfers


SOUTHINGTON- Property transfers reported from Feb. 18 to Feb. 24

Herman St. John to Richard Knight, 243 Meriden Ave., $160,000.

U.S. Bank National Association to Jesus A. Diaz, 172 Valley View Court, $425,614.

Chester and Florence Dabrowski to Radoslaw Szwelicki, Lot B Flanders Road, $75,000.

DBF, LLC, and Bagno, LLC to Matthew A. and Karen S. Zink, 88 Brookfield Court Lot 26, $175,000.

Redo Farm Homes, LLC to Gisele and Phillip Prata, 107 Webster Paste Road, $410,765.

Cameron R. and Margaret Prewitt to Adam and Jennifer Pedersen, 26 Christine Drive, $245,000.

Theresa A. Grasso to L. Augustine, LLC, 155 Liberty St., $121,000.

Scott M. and Christine L. Cussesse to Christen L. Anderson, 962 S. Main St., Unit 3, $178,000.

Southington Farms, LLC to Christopher Tasker, 14 Curtiss Farm Court, $530,000.

William J. Banulski, trustee to Christopher J. Mele and Lindsay E. Cherry, 97 Thunderbird Drive, $304,500.

Christopher M. Lee to James B. and Joan G. White, 28 Lincoln Drive, $310,000.



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