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WALLINGFORD-Property transfers reported from Sept. 9 to Sept. 13
Zunilda Rocco to Victor Couture, 10 King St., $133,000.
Lynne M. Toomey and Pasquale R. D’Amato, 39 Fairlawn Drive, $533,000.
Deutsche Bank National Trust to Margarito and Debra Godinez, 580 Center St., $115,299.
Cristina Potuin to D. Knight, 111 Staffordshire Commons, $190,000.
Adirondack Teton, LLC to North Brook Estates, LLC, 186 N. Plains Industrial Road, Unit 21, $150,000.
Dale Reeves to Dorothea Z. Cashman, 230 Main St., $70,000.
Kristina J. Lipeika to Thomas A. Peterman, 44 Brentwood Drive, $194,500.
Ronald J. and Maura D’Andrea to Douglas S. James, 9 Self Court, $422,500.
June Glidden to David and Caroline Barrante, 7 Old Lane Road, $314,000.
Douglas H. Rumanoff to Melissa A. Stegos, 8D Nadia Lane, $215,000.
AM Napolitano to John and Dorothy Lyskowski, 57 Duncan St., $285,000.
Paul A. Rish to Carolyn DePaulo, 31 Laurel View Park, $54,900.
4 Fairfield Boulevard Associates, LLC to Founder Associates, LLC, 4 Fairfield Boulevard, $3,322,129.
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