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Cameron real estate transactions





It was built for an estimated $30 million, but the former Adelphia Operations Building in downtown Coudersport is likely to sell for a fraction of that when the sealed bids are opened. The Adelphia estate, seeking to satisfy demands of its creditors, put the building on the auction block through the Internet. Bids will be opened sometime after Oct. 11.

It was built for an estimated $30 million, but the former Adelphia Operations Building in downtown Coudersport is likely to sell for a fraction of that when the sealed bids are opened. The Adelphia estate, seeking to satisfy demands of its creditors, put the building on the auction block through the Internet. Bids will be opened sometime after Oct. 11.

Recent real estate transactions in Cameron County were as follows:

July 2, Cameron County Sheriff bought property in Emporium for $1.

July 3, Mildred M. Griffith in Shippen Twp. to Michael G. Dixon, $20,000; Arthur D. May in Portage Twp. to Michael T. Copp, $51,000.

July 5, HT VII QRS Trust in Lumber Twp. to HT VII TRS Inc., $823,558.

July 6, General Electric Company in Emporium to General Electric Company, $1.

July 11, American Kal Enterprises Inc. in Emporium to William G. Burke, $3,000.

July 13, Shirley J. Housler in Shippen to Douglas R. Housler, $1, and to Daniel R. Housler, $1.

July 16, Joan E. Keniston bought property in Shippen for $1; Harry James Brooks bought property in Grove for $1.

July 17, Micron Research bought property in Shippen for $1.

On July 18, Thomas W. Miller sold property in Shippen to William R. Miller for $1.

July 19, Robert F. Lucas in Shippen to Jason R. Copp, $32,500.

July 24, William E. Kline in Emporium to Kyle R. Eckert, $15,000.

July 25, William F. Smith in Gibson Twp. to Douglas W. Smith, $14,400.

July 30, Ameriquest Mortgage Company in Emporium to Edward P. Jacobs, $17,750; Phyllis J. Marshall in Shippen to Melissa Rose Marshall, $1; Barbara Smith in Emporium to Raymond D. Vercellino, $50,000.

July 31, Joan E. Lyon in Emporium to Sherwood L. Wilson, $65,000.

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