Real Estate Changes: June 20, 2012

Waterfall and pond
Enda Nolan has sold her home on Dry Brook Road (and retired to Florida) to Tom and Tina Greene, who look forward to enjoying the lovely private setting which includes their own waterfall and pond. The property was listed and sold by Jean Orr, associate broker and manager of the Margaretville office of Prudential Fox Properties.

Stamford farmhouse
 Scott and Robin Zelenetz have sold their four-bedroom farmhouse with barn on 25 acres in Stamford. The new owner, Andrew Wheeler, is ready to move in and enjoy the benefits of living in the mountains. The property was exclusively listed by Christine O’Shaughnessy, sales agent, and sold by John Marinaccio, associate broker, both with Coldwell Banker Timberland Properties.
 
1880s home and property
Seth Whittaker has purchased a home on Saw Mill Road in Meredith. Whittaker plans on bringing new life to this home that was built in the 1800s. The home was listed exclusively by Ray Pucci and sold by Jill Ogden. Both are associate brokers with Coldwell Banker Timberland Properties.
 
Recently updated home
Sheryl Hull of Margaretville has purchased a home on Feak Hollow in Hamden from Judith Leventhal and Robert Rosenberg. The recently updated home is on four-plus acres and features a bright, open floor plan. The home was sold by David Cornwell of Ogden Real Estate and listed exclusively by Jill Ogden, associate broker with Coldwell Banker Timberland Properties.
 
Catskill chalet
The Benson family is the happy new owner of a wonderful and private Catskill chalet in Gilboa. The home, with abundant land and mountain views, will be sure to bring much joy to the entire family. The property was listed by Century 21 Rural Estates, and sold by Christine O’Shaughnessy with Coldwell Banker Timberland properties.

Circa 1837 farmhouse
Mr. and Mrs. Williams have purchased a gorgeous circa 1837 farmhouse on 30 acres in the Town of Jefferson. This beautiful and private property with a pond will be sure to make this a very special summer for the Williams family. The property was listed exclusively by Sean and Christine O’Shaughnessy with Coldwell banker Timberland Properties, and sold by Sean O’Shaughnessy.

Halcott Center home
 Arline Lovell and her daughter Colleen Kohn have sold their four-bedroom country home and acreage in the Town of Halcott. The new owners, Boris and Melia Ginzburg of Staten Island, loved the setting when they first viewed the property and knew this would be the home to relax in with family and friends. The Belleayre Realty exclusive was listed by Patty Kelly, associate broker/office manager, and sold by Linda Augustine, licensed salesperson for Belleayre Realty in Fleischmanns.

Pine Hill ranch
Philip Speer has sold his wood-framed ranch-style home off a private lane in Pine Hill, near the Belleayre Lake. The new owners, Nick Torres and Belinda Morse, first time homebuyers, are looking forward to putting their finishing touches on the property and making it their full-time residence. The Belleayre Realty exclusive was listed by Patty Kelly, associate broker/office manager and sold with the help of Erin Stokes, licensed salesperson for Heather Martin Realty.

Dream come true
The Poreda family has sold its lovely property in Delhi to Ken Riva. This is a dream come true for the buyer. The property was listed by Ray Pucci of Coldwell Banker Timberland Properties and sold by Jeffrey Ashton also of Coldwell Banker Timberland Properties.

Mountain views
Lynn and Richard Ruzicka have sold a parcel of land on Bendzunas Road in Hamden to Daniel Mifsud. The new owner plans to build on the five-acre property and will enjoy the mountain views. The parcel was listed exclusively and sold by Jill Ogden, associate broker with Coldwell Banker Timberland Properties.