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Property Briefing

  • The second-highest sale in Hampshire County for the week ending Nov. 16 was for $480,00,  a home at 4 Capen St. in Worthington.  Robert W. and Mary E. Randall sold the approximately 2,100-square-foot home on about 95 acres to Leonard Fishman and Susan Schnur of Dedham, according to land records. Built in the late 19th century, the two-story home has four bedrooms and two bathrooms.

    The second-highest sale in Hampshire County for the week ending Nov. 16 was for $480,00, a home at 4 Capen St. in Worthington. Robert W. and Mary E. Randall sold the approximately 2,100-square-foot home on about 95 acres to Leonard Fishman and Susan Schnur of Dedham, according to land records. Built in the late 19th century, the two-story home has four bedrooms and two bathrooms.

  • Last week's Mystery Photo showed Alina's Ristorante in Hadley.<br/>JOSH KUCKENS

    Last week's Mystery Photo showed Alina's Ristorante in Hadley.
    JOSH KUCKENS

  • The second-highest sale in Hampshire County for the week ending Nov. 16 was for $480,00,  a home at 4 Capen St. in Worthington.  Robert W. and Mary E. Randall sold the approximately 2,100-square-foot home on about 95 acres to Leonard Fishman and Susan Schnur of Dedham, according to land records. Built in the late 19th century, the two-story home has four bedrooms and two bathrooms.
  • Last week's Mystery Photo showed Alina's Ristorante in Hadley.<br/>JOSH KUCKENS

For the week ending Nov. 16, the sale of commercial property in Hadley was the highest recorded property transaction in Hampshire County, followed by sales of a single-family home in Worthington and a newly built condominium in Northampton.

Carmelinas Real Estate LLC, a limited liability company owned and managed by David Windoloski, sold property at 96 Russell St. (Route 9) and West Street for $600,000 to Alinas Real Estate LLC.

The latter company is owned by Martin Amaya and Maritza Amaya-Branche of Easthampton. The couple recently opened Alina’s Ristorante at the site, which was formerly the longtime home of Carmelina’s on the Common. Martin Amaya had earlier been the head chef at Carmelina’s and also owns a restaurant called Alina’s in the South Deerfield village center.

The second-highest sale, for $480,000, involved the sale of a home at 4 Capen St. in Worthington. Robert W. and Mary E. Randall sold the approximately 2,100-square-foot home on about 95 acres to Leonard Fishman and Susan Schnur of Dedham, according to land records. Built in the late 19th century, the two-story home has four bedrooms and two bathrooms.

The third-highest sale occurred in the Florence section of Northampton where Rodney L. and Esther F. Bartels of Longmeadow acquired a newly built condominium at 20 Bridge Road from Bridge Road LLC out of Otis. The condo is part of the larger Bear Hill Estates development for people ages 55 and older located in the vicinity of JFK Middle School and Look Memorial Park.

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