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Property Briefing

For the week ending Jan. 25, the sale of a high-end condominium in Northampton was the highest recorded property transaction in Hampshire and southern Franklin counties, followed by sales of a property in Conway and Northampton.

Bridge Road LLC, Saloomey Development Inc. sold a newly built, approximately 3,000-square-foot home at the Bear Hill Estates development at 20 Bridge Road for $624,368 to Charles R. and Claudia S. Sperry, trustees of the Charles R. Sperry Revocable Trust. The single-family, detached abode has three bedrooms and numerous upgrades, including a built-in artist’s studio, according to Goggins Real Estate in Northampton. Forty-two units are slated for development at Bear Hill Estates, which is a development for people ages 55 and older near JFK Middle School. Thus far, about 30 units have been built.

The second-highest sale, for $590,000, involved a four-bedroom, 19th century home on approximately 123 acres at 235 Hart Road in Conway. Sherry L. Cress, Susan J. Herrick, Judith L. Brooks, Mark Guilford and Betty Lou Guilford, heirs and executrix of the Estate of Harland P. Guilford, and Jan Youngblood Hall, executrix of the Estate of John M. Hall, transferred the property to Nicholas S. Meyer and Alexis Arcaro of Deerfield.

The third-highest sale occurred in the Florence section of Northampton where Robert J. Naumowicz sold a two-family home at 123-125 Nonotuck St. for $391,500 to Matthew D. Curtis and Shatay Zoe Trigere of Chicago. Built circa 1900, the conventional style home has five bedrooms and four bathrooms in approximately 2,700-square-feet of space, according to property records. It also features a detached garage with a finished loft space above. The property last sold for $320,000 in 2006 and is assessed today at $329,200.

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