Real Estate Changes: November 14, 2012

Hubbard homestead
Kim Salisbury has purchased the Clinton Hubbard homestead on Main Street in Jefferson.  Kim was originally from Jefferson, moved to Florida, and is happy to be back north with her old friends and family.  With her husband, Dwayne, they look forward to improving the home and giving it the love and attention it deserves. The Hubbard homestead had been in the Hubbard family for over 90 years! The  property was listed and sold by Paula Loesel from the Stamford office of Coldwell Banker Timberland Properties.

Bovina home sold
Margaret Oelsner has sold her adorable home in the hamlet of Bovina to Mark Schneider and his wife Julie Hilson.  Mark and Julie look forward to enjoying village life in their new home. This home was exclusively listed by Alex Exarchos of Coldwell Banker Timberland Properties, and sold by David Brower of Realty USA.

South Kortright home
Warren Peter recently completed the sale of his mother’s former home near South Kortright to Matt Priscott of Delhi.  This is Matt’s first home and will be his full-time residence.  The home was listed exclusively and the sale was arranged by Ray and Janet Pucci of Coldwell Banker Timberland Properties.

Deer hunter’s paradise
Michael and Anna Leonick of Massapequa Park have purchased a home in the Town of Andes on 65 acres from Fred and Joan Dabritz.  This ended a yearlong search for the couple who looked long and hard for the perfect country property.  Michael is an avid hunter and is looking forward to the first day of deer season.  He and his family will enjoy weekends and holidays at the property.  This Coldwell Banker Timberland Properties Exclusive was listed by Jeffrey Ashton and the sale was arranged by Kevin Valk.

Hobart Greek revival
Barbara Joedicke has sold a house on River Street in Hobart to Barbara and Joel Kaufman. The Kaufmans are coming home to Hobart in their Greek Revival-styled house with carriage barn on one acre. The home was listed exclusively and sold by Jill Ogden, associate broker with Coldwell Banker Timberland Properties.

Roxbury Run townhouse
Longtime Roxbury Run Village townhouse owners, the late Jimmy Lichtman and his wife, Martha, have sold their family retreat atop Scudder Hill to newcomer Anthony Gallucio. Mr. Gallucio had rented townhouses at the Run 
and was charmed by the community and happy to find the Lichtmans’ corner townhouse with great views. The townhouse was exclusively listed by Coldwell Banker Timberland Properties Associate Broker Reginald Oberlag and sold by Marta Weiss of Frank Lumia Real Estate Plus.

Trophy views
Thomas Grab and his sister Karen Cooper have parted ways with their dad’s Scott Green Road property in the Town of Roxbury.  Trophy views, 15 acres, pond and a two-story barn replica was not what the new owner, Jake Clennell from NYC, expected to purchase; but he fell in love instantly.  The property was listed exclusively by Stacy Keck-Colliton/associate broker from Coldwell Banker Timberland Properties and sold by Axel Schwolow/associate broker from Frank Lumia Real Estate Plus.

Acreage purchased
Joe and Chris Ferla are thrilled to have purchased 70 acres joining their farmhouse on Fisher Rd in Harpersfield from the Basile family.  Paula Loesel, who had sold the Ferlas their farmhouse over 25 years ago was the selling agent and John Marinaccio the listing agent.  Both agents are from the Stamford office of Coldwell Banker Timberland Properties.
Seventy private acres
Mr. and Mrs. Hough have purchased a lovely home in Conesville. The property consists of over 70 private acres, with trails, springs, beautiful pond and a large inviting house. The property was listed and sold exclusively by Christine O’Shaughnessy of Coldwell Banker Timberland Properties.