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Real Estate Sales: Webster Square Property Sells for $3.3 Million

Wondering who your new neighbor is or what your house might sell for? Take a look at the list of the recent real estate sales in Berlin.

Webster Square. (Credit: Berlin GIS)
Webster Square. (Credit: Berlin GIS)
Here's a look at some of the most recent sales in Berlin as reported by the Berlin Town Clerk:

Dec. 4

$249,900; 10 Main St., Unit #318, in Berlin; CIL Development of Kensington, Inc., to Rosanna M. DiMauro. Sold on Dec. 4.

Dec. 5

$265,000; 71 Hall Lane in Berlin; Ernest J. Fontanella to Marek Lipka. Sold on Dec. 5.

$170,000; 66 Earl St. in Berlin; Mary Mills to Edyta Bregisz. Sold on Dec. 5.

Dec. 6

$475,000; 8 Woodland Lane in Berlin; Marc Goldberg, Trustee of the Richard N. Goldberg Trust, to Karen Hudak. Sold on Dec. 6.

$3,300,000; 119 Woodlawn and 207 Webster Square in Berlin; BRE Realty, LLC, to OSJ of Berlin,LLC. Sold on Dec. 6.

Dec. 9

$100,000; 95 Ellsworth Boulevard in Berlin; Linda Lareau to Thomas K. Simpson. Sold on Dec. 9.

Be sure to check in next week to find out who bought the home near you, what homes are going for and who your new neighbors will be.

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gail December 14, 2013 at 02:16 PM
Sorry Chuck! Absolutely Not!
Chuck D'Angelone December 17, 2013 at 02:33 PM
Why not Gail? I was hoping for a Sporting Goods/Firearms dealer. This would bring alot of shoppers and revenue to our area. This town is starting to look really shabby as compared to many years ago when I first moved in. There are alot of sportsman in our area who have to travel a long distance to find this kind of establishment. Last thing that we need is another food store, nail salon, bank etc.
chris choinski December 17, 2013 at 08:40 PM
i think an indoor shooting range is a great idea. Although i know the non business friendly town of Berlin wouldnt have anything to do with that, as they already shot down such an idea. Too bad. Would bring in a bunch of money into the town, as its a niche market, and its ripe for the picking.
Chuck D'Angelone December 18, 2013 at 09:21 AM
Sounds like a great idea but unfortunately it will never happen. At this point I would just like to see that whole area cleaned up. It looks terrible. This town has gone down hill. I hope our elected officials will do something about it. They haven't done much so maybe they will start now. We can hope, can't we?

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