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WALLINGFORD — Property transfers reported from Aug. 30 to Sept. 6

Kathryn Aquilante to Jacqueline Doty, 7 Vaz Place, $175,000.

David J. and Allison M. Scott to Beverly Raby, 17 Farm Hill Road, $299,000.

Sandra P. Ulbrich and Diana A. Jeffrey to Robert J. and Linda J. McCarthy, 146 Cooke Road, $500,000.

Jesse and Dana Zettergren to Meredith A. Emerson and Andrew Morrison, 20 Pleasant St., $216,875.

Beth S. Collins to Jason and Jennifer Calabrese, 42 Brookview Ave., $280,000.

Jeffrey Leacacos to Paul P. and Donna L. Wydra, 39 Mallard Court, $210,000.

Rosemary L. Smith to Renato Pedros, 124 Constitution St., $260,000.

Ovidiu C. Trifan to Jeffrey and Renee Cohen, 4 Penny Lane, $405,000.

Judith A. and John A. Dighello to Joena Russell, 19 Hanover St., $310,000.

David J. Marcarelli to Nicholas Zacarelli and Nicole Gentile, 230 Woodhouse Ave., $254,000.

VW Homes, LLC to Vinod Krishnamoorthy and Nigethana Serar, 11 Padens Court, $421,970.

Olga M. Caires to Alexander Sheldon, 45-47 Chapel St., $247,000.

Joena Caro to Torsten Ehrigh, 12 Fourth St., $205,550.

Pasquale F. Troiano and Susan T. Uraco to Cathlynn Scott, 1204 Yale Ave., $234,500.

Wells Fargo Bank N.A. to Robert and Mary Anne Heidgerd, 6 Bailey Ave., $115,299.

Mary F. Rodgers to Drew M. Blythe, 20 Jackson Ave., $169,500.

Kenneth and Helen Mansfield to Luke Banack, 271 Ivy St., $175,000.



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