Donna W. Hoener sold a home at 62 South Main St. for $465,000 Grace P. Lin and Alexandre M. Ferron of Somerville. Purchase photo reprints »
The second-highest property transaction this week was thismulti-family house at 25-27 Wilson Avenue which sold for $365,000. Purchase photo reprints »
For the week ending Oct. 26, the sale of single-family home in the Florence section of Northampton was the highest recorded property transaction in Hampshire County, followed by sales of two other properties in that city.
Donna W. Hoener sold a home at 62 South Main St. for $465,000 Grace P. Lin and Alexandre M. Ferron of Somerville. Lin is a well-known children’s book author and illustrator. The approximately 2,250-square-foot home has four bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms on about .25 acres. The 2.5-story home had been acquired in 2009 for $115,000 and underwent extensive remodeling before the October sale.
The second-highest transaction, for $365,000, involved a multi-family home at 25-27 Wilson Ave. off Conz Street near downtown Northampton. Mandy Coles of Rochester, N.Y. and Tricia Asklar transferred the property to Konheim Properties LLC, a limited liability company run by Alexander C. Konheim of Orchard Street in Northampton. Built circa 1900, the 2,754-square-foot building has six bedrooms and two bathrooms. The property was last acquired for $380,000 in 2004 and is assessed today at $381,900.
The third-highest sale, for $360,000, involved the sale of a contemporary style home at 337 Bridge St. in Northampton. Michael A. and Christine A. Cahillane of Mattapoisett sold the property to Jodie Nolan and Jonathan B. Thomas of South Deerfield. Michael Cahillane is a former prosecutor in the Northwestern District Attorney’s Office. Located on an acre of land near the Meadows section of the city and built in 2005, the home has three bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms in 2,182-square-feet of living space. The property is assessed today at $456,500.