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Property transfers: Vergennes

The following real estate sales were recorded in Vergennes between July and December of 2019: 

June 24: Kevin and Aleta Racine to U.S. Bank Trust, home at 2 Booska Court, $302,012.08. 
July 1: Jason Gavin to Kenneth Kadar, home at 7 Maple Manor, $235,000. 
July 8: Legere Trust to Michael and Susan Reid-St. John, home at 9 Short St., $265,000. 
July 12: John and Elisabeth Degraaf to Kera Hurlburt, condo unit 1B at Country Commons, $189,000. 
July 12: Kera Hurlburt to Parakutty and Archana Emayavaran, home at 16 Thomas Circle, $240,000. 
July 15: Tina Charbonneau to Amanda Plankey and Timothy Morse, home at 24 Meadow Lane, $197,750. 

July 16: Mark and Diana LaPlante to Susan Winters, home at 116 Panton Road, $241,500. 
July 19: Cody and Amber Prime to Jonathan Kennedy and Anna Mumford, home at 16 Scovel Lane, $192,000. 
July 19: U.S. National Bank Assn. to John and Erin Oosterman, home at 1 Sunset Drive, $177,000. 
July 23: Jeffrey Sobrero and Ashley Garcia to Sally and Courtney Worthington, home at 30 Main St., $425,000. 
July 24: Bradley Bordeaux et al to Ruth and Grace Williams, home at 7 Crescent Drive, $185,000. 
July 25: Amao Ciffo Grace to Katlin Curtis, home at 47 Booth Woods, $159,000. 
July 26: Michelle Heitkamp to Rachel Clark, home at 17 High St., $149,900. 
July 29: Sylvia Hallock to Ralph and Joyce Jewell, mobile home at 21 Second St., $38,000. 
July 31: Black Trust to Biello Trust, home at 30 North St., $650,000. 
Aug. 8: VHFA to Lynn Finch, mobile home at 11 Third St., $6,600. 
Aug. 12: Joseph Booska to David and Erin Downer, home at 8 Booska Court, $340,000. 
Aug. 13: Scott Allen to Cody Arnstein and Rebecca Barlow, home at 110 Panton Road, $210,000. 
Aug. 19: HV 2005 Inc. to Addison County Community Trust, 6.51 acres of land on Armory Lane, $150,607. 
Aug. 21: River’s Edge Associates to Allison Carr, new home at 105 Commodore Drive, $353,764. 
Aug. 22: Roger Brouillette estate to Daniel Meehan and Jennifer Brouillette, home at 22 School St., $176,900. 
Aug. 23: MTGLQ Investors LP to Avery Pratt and Jamie Bergeron, home at 19 Thomas Circle, $186,900. 
Sept. 3: N.E. Federal Credit Union to D&L Properties LLC, multi-family dwelling at 33 North Maple St., $125,000. 
Sept. 13: David Silvestri to Henry Bonges IV and Chantawan Pornsuda, home at 159 South Maple St., $210,300. 
Sept. 26: Diane Delabruere to Ryan Donnelly and Elizabeth Bodington, condo unit 6B at Country Commons, $205,000. 
Sept. 30: Glenn Rossier to Donald Jerome Jr. and Kathy Rossier, home at 28 Maple Manor, $77,000. 
Oct. 22: Roger Parker Jr. to Chrisine Lamothe, home at 40 Monkton Road, $189,900. 
Oct. 23: Stephen and Danielle Boyce to Maggie and Elizabeth Robinson, home at 14 Panton Road, $225,000. 
Nov. 4: William Northrup to Brennan and Meagan Kidder, home at 3 Adele Drive, $257,000. 
Nov. 4: Gillian and Andrew MacKinnon to Douglas Mack and Linda Harmon, home at 2 Battery Hill, $235,000. 
Nov. 20: Valerie Strong to Jason Kimball and Sabrina Germaine, mobile home at 24 First St., $5,500. 
Dec. 2: Patricia Emerson to Travis and Leslie Scribner, home at 125 West Main St., $295,000. 
Dec. 2: Travis and Leslie Scribner to Jack and Lee Danyow, home at 21 Union St., $180,000. 
Dec. 4: River’s Edge Associates LLC to Mathew and Whitney Paul, new home at 143 Commodore Drive, $366,000. 
Dec. 5: Doreen Barrows to Kayla Charron and Thomas Barrows, condo 4A at Country Commons, $185,000. 
Dec. 16: Christine Bradford Trust to Ryan and Elizabeth Adreon, home at 33 Macdonough Drive, $205,000. 

 

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