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WALLINGFORD- Property transfers reported from Oct. 25 to Nov. 1

Roger D. and Marissa A. Pires to Henry R. Gargiulo, 21 Oak St., $219,500.

Samuel T. Marcosky to Jaime J. and Raymond J. Zmijewski, 50 Silliman Road, $200,000.

Dolores Paddock and Carolyn Cavalier to Phyllis E. Smith, 88 Putter Drive, $130,500.

Mary J. Lambert to Institute of Professional Practice, 52 Lincoln Ave., $290,000.

Mark S. and Heather Larchar to Anthony J. Izzo and Corri Davies, 214 Cook Hill Road, $277,000.

Pasquale M. and Lore A. Marcarelli to Mark J. and Suzanne V. Dagliere, 48 Farm Hill Road, $325,000.

Toll CT Limited Partnership to Stephen F. and Kim M. Fenlon, 43 Twin Pines Drive, $652,878.

Geoffrey T. and Dara J. Einhorn to Ayesha and Zaki Shahzad, 53 Lucy Circle, $290,000.

William and Marie T. Borzillo to Dorian Phillips, 6 Elizabeth Court, $310,000.

Chris A. and Kimberly A. Pisani to Scott D. and Christin L. Boland, 6 Stoney Brook Road, $800,000.

Steven H. Gigantino to Michael and Melissa Doyon, 10 North Lane, $237,000.

Julie A. McEvoy to Ian and Gabrielle Brown, 8 Weatherside Drive, $390,000.

Donna L. Daniels to Kate N. Slomkowski, 32 Whiffle Tree Road, $368,000.



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