Fitch Ave House Goes for Almost $938K and Other Darien Home Sales

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39 Fitch Ave

39 Fitch Ave., Darien

These properties recently were sold in Darien, according to records in the Town Clerk’s Office:

39 Fitch Ave

39 Fitch Ave., Darien

  • 7 Walmsley Road — Richard Dionisio Jr. and Audrey Dionisio to Katie Schroeder and Luke Schroeder, sold Sept. 29, filed Oct. 1, $975,000
  • 104 Christie Hill Road — Sue-Ellen Mitchell to Tara Korde and Gauray Garg, sold Sept. 29, filed Oct. 1
  • 50 Kensett Lane —CL Darien Partners LLC, CDV III Cedar LLC, and Buckson Darien Partners LLC, all care of Clarion Partners, 230 Park Ave., 12th Fl., New York, N.Y., to Sue-Ellen Mitchell, sold Sept. 29, filed Oct. 2 — $1,929,228
  • 11 Harriet Lane East — Joris Teirlinck, Aristotle Valaoritoulla and Anne Nijs to James McCullagh, sold Sept. 29, filed Oct. 2, $1,250,000
  • 18 Holly Lane — McLean Russell and Cheryl Russell to Matthew Galbraitin, sold Sept. 24, filed Oct. 2, — $1,650,000
  • 38 Wee Burn Lane — Victoria McDonough to Dean Bellissimo, sold Sept. 28, filed Oct. 2, $4,875,000
  • 39 Fitch Ave. — Janet D’Arcangelo to Daniel Wise and Cynthia Avery, sold Oct. 1, filed Oct. 5, $937,950 — PICTURED
  • 20 Brookside Dr. — Priscilla Samala, Cielito Agoncillo, Lorlina Agoncillo, Regino Elgarico and Aurea Elgarico to 5 East Orange Drive LLC of 250 Sara Ct., Yorktown Heights, N.Y., sold Sept. 16, filed Oct. 6, $275,000
  • 9 Pine Brook Lane, Unit 9 — Jill Bell and Stephen Zuber to National Transfer Services LLC of Paul Road, Pewaukee, Wisc., sold Sept. 5, filed Oct. 7, and in a separate transfer, National Transfer Services LLC to Nikhil Basu sold Sept. 21, filed Oct. 7, both transactions for $645,000
  • 45 Arrowhead Way — Thomas Hayes and Zerlina Hayes to Adrian Easterbrook and Jennifer Easterbrook, sold Oct. 1, filed Oct. 7, $2,362,500

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Clemson over ‘Cuse: Mallozzi Loses Bet to Luizzi, Punishment by Hat [VIDEO]

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First Selectman Rob Mallozzi has been eyeing October 25 in his calendar for a couple of months now. So has Superintendent of Schools Dr. Bryan Luizzi.

The day of the Clemson-Syracuse football game took on special meaning this season, as both teams count supporters among the highest offices in town: Mallozzi’s daughter, Kit, started at ‘Cuse this year, and Luizzi is himself a Clemson grad.

So in August, during an annual gathering of teachers just before school starts, Mallozzi made a point to challenge Luizzi publicly for bragging rights after the big game—and a special, public punishment.

Clemson (ranked 22 nationally) took it, 16-6. See video above for the rest.

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