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WALLINGFORD- Property transfers reported from April 7 to April 16
The Bank of New York Mellon to Patricia A. Cimmino and Robert McGillis, 22 Bristol St., $120,000.
Noreen Perez to Jeffrey Robinson, 4 Laura Lane, $234,000.
Marc A. and Jamie L. LaPointe to William A. Iannone and Noreen Perez, 297 Highland Ave., $387,450.
Myran J. Gapski, LLC and Kenneth E. Polizzo, LLC to Joseph Sylco and Jacqueline Martone, 30 Brook View Ave., $225,000.
Victoria Harrington to Christine Gouveia, 512 Pilgrims Harbor, $195,000.
Charoltte B. Bisson Revocable Trust to 205 North Main, LLC, 205 N. Main St., $132,500.
Howard M. Harmetz to 205 North Main, LLC, 205 N. Main St., $132,500.
Phyllis L. Lathrop to Ervin Crook, 19 Johnson Road, $180,000.
Morequity Inc to Gerald Hale, 26 Jamestown Circle, $205,000.
Christopher M. Harrington to Kimberely Milici-Lavigne, 10 Brentwood Drive, Unit A, $170,000.
Norah and Robert Reynolds to Michael A. Cipriani and Richelle M. Stainton, 56-58 Fair St., $300,000.
PHH Mortgage Corporation to TPEP, LLC, 28 Forest Road, $130,000.
Gary and Rhonda Zera to Jo M. Corrales, 191 Cheshire Road, $370,000.
Lisa M. and Paul F. Solomon to Arjan And Valentina Qeriqi, 18 Longview Lane, $405,000.
Paul F. and Paula J. Byrne to Michele M. Deisser, 39 Heritage Woods, $128,500.
Jennifer DeLucia to Jennifer McCormick, 1163 Old Colony Road, Unit 6, $215,000.
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