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Property Briefing

  • This house at 206 East Pleasant St., Amherst, was the second-highest sale in the property transfers for the week ending Nov. 2. The house sold for $635,000 to Brian H. and Mila Getmansky Sherman of Belchertown.

    This house at 206 East Pleasant St., Amherst, was the second-highest sale in the property transfers for the week ending Nov. 2. The house sold for $635,000 to Brian H. and Mila Getmansky Sherman of Belchertown. Purchase photo reprints »

  • This contempory ranch/rambler home at 79 Arnold Road in Pelham was the third-highest sale in Hampshire County for the week ending Nov. 2. It sold to Eileen H. Beall  for $516,900 from Carolyn B. Morse.

    This contempory ranch/rambler home at 79 Arnold Road in Pelham was the third-highest sale in Hampshire County for the week ending Nov. 2. It sold to Eileen H. Beall for $516,900 from Carolyn B. Morse. Purchase photo reprints »

  • This house at 206 East Pleasant St., Amherst, was the second-highest sale in the property transfers for the week ending Nov. 2. The house sold for $635,000 to Brian H. and Mila Getmansky Sherman of Belchertown.
  • This contempory ranch/rambler home at 79 Arnold Road in Pelham was the third-highest sale in Hampshire County for the week ending Nov. 2. It sold to Eileen H. Beall  for $516,900 from Carolyn B. Morse.

For the week ending Nov. 2, the sale of commercial property in Hadley was the highest recorded property transaction in Hampshire County, followed by sales of single-family homes in Amherst and Pelham.

173 Russell Street LLC, a limited liability company owned by Sandon S. Pearson of Hadley, sold a building housing retail businesses at that address to Valley Werks Realty, LLC. The latter company is run by David E. Buckley, Charles T. Canalizo and Geoffrey Christoph, who co-own Valley Bike & Ski Werks, one the business operating at the Route 9 location. The property is also home to Hillside Pizza, which specializes in organic and gluten-free pizzas.

The second-highest sale, for $635,000, involved the sale of a Georgian Colonial home at 206 East Pleasant St. near downtown Amherst. Brian H. and Mila Getmansky Sherman of Belchertown acquired the property from Eileen H. and Andrew L. Beall.

Built in 1910 and located on approximately 1.5 acres, the 3,668-square-foot home has four bedrooms and 2.5 baths. It features many built-ins and a heated year-round porch with a bluestone floor, according to published reports.

The home had earlier been acquired for $750,000 in 2005 and later underwent remodeling and electrical work, according to town records. The property is assessed today at $604,700.

In a related transaction, the third-highest sale occurred in Pelham, where Eileen H. Beall acquired a contemporary ranch/rambler home at 79 Arnold Road for $516,900 from Carolyn B. Morse. Built in 1971 and located on 4.24 acres, the 2,064-square-foot home has three bedrooms, two bathrooms. It also features cathedral ceilings, two fireplaces, an in-ground pool and spectacular views over Amherst.

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