Real Estate

Contemporary on Ranger Lane Sells for $385,000

41 Ranger Lane, West Hartford, CT, recently sold for $385,000. Photo credit: Ronni Newton

West Hartford real estate transfers for the period Jan. 14 – Jan. 18, 2019.

Compiled by Ronni Newton

The following real estate deeds were recorded at West Hartford Town Hall:

$385,000. 41 Ranger Lane. Windsor Bay LLC to Robin H. Ricci and Joseph A. Godbout, deed filed on Jan. 15, 2019.

$332,000. 96 Van Buren Avenue. Jeffrey D. Roth and Karen L. Roth and Mark A. Roth to Andrew Yanaros and Meaghan Sullivan, deed filed on Jan. 16, 2019.

$299,900. 60 Davenport Road. Household Real Estate LLC to Nicole Irwin and Michael Falco, deed filed on Jan. 15, 2019.

$299,900. 16 Frederick Road. Fred Jacob and Natalie D. Fulmer to Ken David and Fay Bernadette West, deed filed on Jan. 18, 2019.

$295,000. 797 Farmington Avenue. Georgian Court LLC and Dr. North Quaker LLC and Gaze II LLC to Austin Hersh, deed filed on Jan. 14, 2019.

$264,000. 63 Fennbrook Road. Noura Alami to Kaitlyn Jennifer Dobberfuhl, deed filed on Jan. 16, 2019.

$242,000. 1 King Philip Drive, Somerset Condominium Unit 317. Joseph A. Connerton IV to David and Odeya Blum, deed filed on Jan. 16, 2019.

$140,000. 38 North Main Street, The Mews Unit 34. Chien Ming Wu to Alfredo Dipoi, deed filed on Jan. 16, 2019.

$103,000. 42 North Main Street, The Mews Unit 55. John A. and Elizabeth M. Seifel to John P. and Melissa C. Spratt, deed filed on Jan. 14, 2019.

$86,000. 872 Flatbush Avenue. Dulce Maria Casanova to Phillip Royce Neal and Maria Casanova-Neal, deed filed on Jan. 14, 2019.

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1 Comment

  • 41 Ranger is a perfect example of bogus tax valuations. The town had the property assessed at $669k in 2017. Reality shows $284k discrepancy.

    The history of valuation for this property and many others shows wild swings in valuation and taxation. Who would buy here?

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