Two Delaware District homes in Buffalo have sold for more than $1 million, marking the 31st Erie County residential real estate transaction to sell this year for more than the $1 million threshold.

The deals, one which closed on July 1 and the other one on July 2, were recorded in the Erie County Clerk's office.

The deals:

• Kayla Zemsky and her husband, Michael Myers, paid $2.3 million for a seven-bedroom, 6,655-square-foot house at 16 Middlesex Road.
The house, built in 1930, had been owned by Pamela DeRose.
The deal closed on July 1, according to Erie County Clerk’s office records.

• Vishal Rungta and Katherine Williams acquired a six-bedroom, 4,105-square-foot house at 95 Windsor Ave, paying $1.53 million for their new residence.
Built in 1914, the house had been owned by Brian and Alexis Dailey.
Home sales that exceed $1 million are considered key economic benchmarks within the region’s residential real estate industry.

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