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A dwelling in Meriden that offered for $420,000 tops the listing of the most highly-priced true estate sales in Meriden in the earlier 7 days.

In total, 11 actual estate income were being registered in the area for the duration of the past 7 days, with an common value of $189,718, $142 per sq. foot.

The costs in the list under problem serious estate income where the title was made for the duration of the 7 days of March 14, even if the assets may perhaps have been bought previously.

5. $210,000, detached house at 112 North Wall Avenue

A sale has been finalized for the solitary-family house at 112 North Wall Road in Meriden. The cost was $210,000 and the new entrepreneurs took in excess of the dwelling in January. The property was created in 1864 and the living area totals 960 sq. ft. The selling price for each sq. foot ended up at $219.

4. $232,000, solitary-relatives dwelling at 661 Pomeroy Avenue

The assets at 661 Pomeroy Avenue in Meriden has acquired new entrepreneurs. The cost was $232,000. The property was created in 1963 and has a dwelling location of 1,636 square feet. The cost for each sq. foot is $142.

3. $250,000, one-loved ones residence at 473 South Road

The sale of the one-relatives residence at 473 South Avenue, New Britain, has been finalized. The cost was $250,000, and the new homeowners took more than the house in January. The home was created in 1900 and has a dwelling location of 1,394 square feet. The rate for each square foot was $179.

2. $260,000, solitary-family house at 21 Ann Road

The 1,248 sq.-foot detached home at 21 Ann Road, Meriden, has now been bought. The transfer of possession was settled in January and the overall invest in selling price was $260,000, $208 for each sq. foot. The dwelling was developed in 1926.

1. $420,000, one-household property at 31 Brian Court docket

The sale of the single loved ones residence at 31 Brian Court in Meriden has been finalized. The value was $420,000, and the new house owners took in excess of the home in January. The residence was designed in 1983 and has a residing region of 1,648 square ft. The price for every square foot was $255.