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This contemporary-style home at 400 Kennedy Road sold for $530,000 in the week ending Feb. 22. Built in 1975, it was the highest-recorded property transfer for that week. Purchase photo reprints »
The second-highest sale in the county for the week ending Feb. 22 was the $480,000 sale of a Colonial-style home at 116 Maxamilian Drive in Granby. Purchase photo reprints »
For the week ending Feb. 22, the sale of a home in the Leeds section of Northampton was the highest recorded property transaction in Hampshire and southern Franklin counties, followed by sales of homes in Granby and Whately.
Mona H. Sprecker, executor of the Estate of Donald H. Sprecker, sold a contemporary style home at 400 Kennedy Road for $530,000 to Gerald Manel and John A. Latawiec of Cataumet. Built in 1975, the 3,136-square-foot home has three bedrooms and two bathrooms and affords spectacular views of the Valley. The property is assessed at $441,900.
The second-highest sale in the county was the $480,000 sale of a Colonial-style home at 116 Maxamilian Drive in Granby. Maria and Peter Crouse of Amherst acquired the property from Maria Serafino. Built in 2004, the 2,804-square-foot home has four bedrooms, three bathrooms and features an in-ground pool on 1.31 acres. The property is assessed at $411,500 today.
The third highest sale occurred at 64 River Road in Whately where Alyson R. Bull and Ann M. Sexauer of Northampton bought a single-family home on 6.5 acres for $420,000 from Cathleen A. Benben and Laura G. Ciabarra of Hartford, Conn. Built in 1980, the home has three bedrooms and two bathrooms in 1,892-square-feet of living space.