This house at 6 Cider Mill Road, is the second-highest sale, for $550,000, in Hamsphire County for the week ending Oct. 19. Purchase photo reprints »
This house at 2 Torrey Way in Easthampton sold for $394,000 to Casey C. and Vincent L. Corsello Jr. of Greenfield. Purchase photo reprints »
For the week ending Oct. 19, the sale of a commercial property in downtown Amherst was the highest recorded property transaction in Hampshire County, followed by sales of single-family homes in Haydenville and Easthampton.
D.P. Holdings, LLC sold property at 264 North Pleasant St. in Amherst for $717,500 to Winter Light Properties LLC, a limited liability company managed by Robert Weitzman of Amherst. The former company is run by Wallace G. Perlman, owner of Silverscape Designs jewelry store in downtown Northampton. The Amherst property, which is a yellow, Victorian-era house, was the longtime home to Silverscape Designs’ initial store in that town. Silverscape Designs’ Amherst store closed in May 2012.
The second-highest sale, for $550,000, involved the sale of a contemporary style home at 6 Cider Mill Road in Haydenville. Nancy A. Bridges of Belmont, Mass. and Sarah J. Valentine of Oakland, Calif., co-trustees of the Richard L. Berkman Revocable Trust, and Lisa V. Berkman, sold a home on 2.48 acres to Mark Novotny and Sandra L. Ameden of Manchester Center, Vt. Built in 1988, the home has four bedrooms and three bathrooms in 2,319-square-feet of living space.
The third-highest sale occurred in Easthampton where Sandra and William F. Gruber sold a home at 2 Torrey Way for $394,000 to Casey C. and Vincent L. Corsello Jr. of Greenfield. Built in 1996 and located on 3.7 acres, the home has three bedrooms and 2.5 baths in 2,863 square feet of living space.