Sharon real estate sales in April 2024

This 1,596 square foot eyebrow colonial built in 1800 at 287 Amenia Union Road south of the clocktower in Sharon sold for $525,000.

Christine Bates

Sharon real estate sales in April 2024

SHARON — Listed below are real estate sales recorded during the month of April filed with the Town of Sharon. Only transactions with a monetary value are included while transfers without consideration are excluded. Recorded sales dates typically lag actual closing dates by several days.

287 Amenia Union Road

A 3 bedroom/2 bath home on .9 acres sold by Amenia Union LLC to Thomas Casey Sutherland and Charlotte Cohen Sutherland on April 1 for $525,000.

10 Downey Road

A 2 bedroom/2 bath home sold by John and Jessi Betar to Nicholas and Heidi Dubois on April 2 for $1,260,000.

West Woods Road #2

A 24-acre vacant parcel sold by Atlantic Residential Properties to Daphne Barbour on April 8 for $175,000

492 Route 7

A 4 bedroom/3.5 bath on 4.75 acres sold by William T. and Kathleen G. Reiland to Clara Erminia Carley and W. Brennan Carley on April 9 for $2,387,500.

390 Route 7

A 2 bedroom/2 bath house on 3.75 acres sold by Anita Li-Shaw to David Stefani on April 15 for $390,000.

206 Amenia Road

A 4 bedroom/3 bath home on 5 acres sold by Edward W Powers to Ruffinos Gardens LLC on April 16 for $600,000.

2 Hidden Lane

A 3 bedroom/2 bath house sold by Kurt, F Kurt and Cheryl Kurt Ziegler to Elizabeth O’Connell on April 17 for $429,350.

5 Great Elm Drive Unit 3

A 3 bedroom/2 bath condo sold by Joy Belle Cottage to Cozy Abode LLC on April 29 for $640,000.

*Town of Sharon real estate sales recorded as sold between April 1, 2024, and April 30, 2024 provided by the Town Clerk. Transfers with no consideration are not included. Compiled by Christine Bates, Real Estate Salesperson with William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty, Licensed in CT and N.Y.

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