Pharmacists settle in Fairmount

Medium e7df326ce1c76d6b2a5547ba55afeafd William J. Senatore and his wife, Kelly M. Miskovsky-Senatore, bought a three-bedroom, one-bath home at 2530 Brown St. in Fairmount from Matthew Frey and Donna Pironti for $360,000 on June 26.

Frey and Pironti paid $329,000 for the property in May 2004. The 1,288-square-foot house was built in 1920. It was listed as high as $374,900.

Senatore is a pharmacist at Concord Pharmacy in Glen Mills.

He received a doctor of pharmacy degree from the Temple University School of Pharmacy.

Miskovsky-Senatore is a pharmacy resident at Albert Einstein Medical Center.

She received a bachelor's degree in marketing from St. Joseph's University and a doctor of pharmacy degree from the Temple University School of Pharmacy.

Pironti has been a certified public accountant at Savran Benson LLP since 2008. She concentrates in marital dispute resolution, tax consulting and compliance and financial accounting.

Most recently, she was a staff member at a firm specializing in forensic accounting and business valuation services. She has also worked in the controller's office at a college outside Boston, as a staff accountant at two public accounting firms and for herself as a tax and accounting consultant to small businesses.

She received an M.S. in accounting from Bentley College in Waltham, Mass., and a B.S. in business administration from Bryant University in Smithfield, R.I.

There were 280 home sales in Fairmount in 2008, with a median sales price of $298,000.

Address: 2530 Brown Street
Buyer(s): Kelly M Miskovsky and William J Senatore
Seller(s): Matthew Frey and Donna Pironti
Sale date: Jun. 26, 2009