SOLD: Unsolved Murder House Among Four to Change Hands

Four warranty deeds filed in the Bristol and Warren Town Halls last week.

33 Miller St., Warren. Credit: MLS
33 Miller St., Warren. Credit: MLS

Four warranty deeds for homes that changed hands were recorded in the Bristol and Warren Town Halls last week, Jan. 5 to 11, including perhaps the most notorious house in Warren.

The warranty deed for the house at 33 Miller St. in Warren was filed in Town Hall -- it's the home where the unsolved murder of Main Street store owner Amon Jamiel took place in 1978. 

The homes ranged in price from a high of $339,000 to a low of $221,000.

If you are thinking of selling your home, the prices can give you some idea of the value of your property if you live near these homes or in those neighborhoods.
  • 8 Howe St. Unit #1, Bristol, from Victoria A. Fonseca and Diamontino A. Fonseca to Norma G. Doire for $235,000.
  • 27 Clifton Road, Bristol, from Michael A. Pushkin Living Trust to Gregory A. Hughes and Deborah L. Hughes for $221,000.
  • 33 Miller St., Warren.,  from Jonathan R. Jamiel to 33 Miller St. LLC for $320,000.
  • 4 Colin Circle, Warren, from T. Pacheco Builders to Jerry Dasilva and Jennifer M. Dasilva for $339,000.
This list was compiled by Kerri Payne, a registered real estate agent and staging specialist with Residential Properties Ltd. Click here for her website: www.kerripaynere.com. 


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