Grand County Real Estate Transactions 12/27-1/03
Grand County Real Estate Transactions Begin Date: 12/27/08End Date: 01/03/09Date Submitted: 01/04/09 Trademark Condominiums Unit 4, Bldg 9 James Carter to Todd and Rachelle Butaud, $749,000 Trailhead Lodges Lodge 5, Unit 513 Summit Legend Trailhead Inc to Steen and Sarah Jergensen, $423,883.40 Cedar Creek Townhomes MS & AMD Lot 4, Block 4 SP Village Lot 4 Partial Legal See Document Cedar Creek Townhomes LLC to Old Town Property LLC, $450,000 Dreamcatcher Townhomes Lot 4A Green Circle Properties LLC to Mitsu LLC, $425,000 LT 16 SEC 6 TWP 3N R 75W Partial Legal See Document Roger and Jacquelyn Beaver to Stephen, Martha and Kimberly Baltz, $677,000 Grand View Highlands Filing #1, Lot 3, Block 4 Ronald and Bernadette Nova to John and Dana Baker, $539,900 SEC 11 TWP 2N R 81W Partial Legal See Document, SEC 10 TWP 2N R 81W Partial Legal See Document Peoples Phoenix Inc to Otto Stolz, Monacan Trail LLC, $175,000 Great Divide Head Lettuce Colony TRT 49 – DLZ 151 LLC to Robert Johnson, $225,000 Great Divide Head Lettuce Colony TRT 49 Robert Johnson to Jeffrey and Becky Imgrund, $225,000 Great Divide Head Lettuce Colony TRT 57 Jeffrey and Becky Imgrund to Robert Johnson, $225,000 Trailhead Lodges Lodge 5, Unit 512 Summit Legend Trailhead Inc to Gordon and Chontel Trujillo, $275,755 Blue Valley Acres Lot 14, Block 1 John Augspurger to Blake Snowden, $450,000 Arapahoe Forest Minor Subdivision Unit 2, Bldg B Roger and Anne Utley to Bruce and Toni Lundak, $405,000 Pines at Meadow Ridge Court E, Unit 4504, Week 6 Resorts Access Network LLC to WP LLC, $1,000 Trailhead Lodges Lodge 6, Unit 621 Summit Legend Trailhead Inc to Mark Weakley and Phyllis Rogers, $369,218 Fairways at Pole Creek PH 1 & Open Space Lot 2 22 William and Leigh Jacobs to Gary and Margaret Alcorn, $750,000 Kicking Horse Lodges Unit 103, Bldg 7 Carlos Etto to Jonathan Goss, $175,000
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