One of the newest members of the Buffalo Bills has purchased an Orchard Park home that had been owned by one of the team’s former assistant coaches.

Defensive end Dawuane Smoot paid $945,000 for a four-bedroom, 4,754-square-foot house, buying it from former defensive back coach Gill Byrd, according to documents filed July 9 in the Erie County Clerk's office.

The house was constructed seven years ago.

Smoot signed with the Bills in March as a free agent coming over from the Jacksonville Jaguars.

In another residential real estate transaction, Erie County’s 33rd private residence to sell for more than $1 million was recorded on July 10 in the county clerk's office.

According to the clerk’s office documents, Erin Fasolino paid $1.2 million for a five-bedroom, 5,273-square-foot house, acquiring it from Aaron Kalin.

The house was constructed in 2003.

Erie County is pacing on a record course in terms of the sale of $1 million-plus homes, which is a key economic benchmark in the residential real estate market.

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