Grand County Real Estate Transactions |

Grand County Real Estate Transactions

Inn at SilverCreek PH I Condo Unit 314, Week 2 Helen Bonzi Nessel to Inn SilverCreek Interval Owners Association, $500 Inn at SilverCreek PH I Condo Unit 314, Week 2 Dennis Nessel to Inn SilverCreek Interval Owners Association, $500Grand Lake Block 5, Lots 4,5,6 Sheryl, Sage and Faith Cook to Vista Retreats LLC, $500 Old Park Filing #3, Lot 1, Block D Arthur Kuper to Entrust Midwest LLC, Mary Piraino IRA, Mary and Anthony Piraino, $40,000 Hi Country Haus Bldg 14, Unit 19 Bruce and Kathy Degi to Alexander and Louise Page, $137,242 Alpine Acres Sub, Block 2, Lots 24,25 Carolyn Durbin to Mark and DarcyMarie Connelly, $402,500 Homestead Hills Subd Filing #2, Lot 2 Angelo and Susanna Coiro to Steven and Jill Lawless, $424,000 Pole Creek Meadows Lot 15, Block 1 Robert and Carol Unger to Panda Pacific Holdings LLC, $770,000 Worldmark Grand Elk Sub Lots 1,2 & 3 LT 3, Golf Course 1st Filing Grand Elk Ranch & Club TRT GC4 Grand Elk LLC to High Golf LLC, $2,492,000 Grand View Subdivision Exempt Lot 1 National City Bank to Everett and Amber Lemon, $211,000 Sunnyside Addn to Grand Lake Block 3, Lot 14, Block 2 Partial Legal See Document David and Terri Mechling to Channing and Kathryn Gibson, $310,000 Pole Creek Meadows Lot 11, Block 1 Partial Legal See Document Geoffrey Waters to Geoffrey and Karin Waters, $500 Innsbruck-Val Moritz Sub (1) Lot 47, Block 21 Jeremie Salyards to Mark Szarlej, $73,000 Soda Springs Ranch Filing No 3, Lot 18 – Norman E Sample QTIP Trust, Alice Corns, Raymond Sample to Douglas and Shawna Brown, Michael and Gillian McCarron, Sean and Elizabeth Knight, $93,000 Kicking Horse Lodges Unit 3102, Bldg 3 William Hofgard to Michael and Carmen LaBarge, $238,500 Stagecoach Meadows Sub Lot 8 Mark and Audrey Kiszla to Grand Park Homes LLC, $285,000 Ptarmigan Subdivision Fraser Lot 58, Block MH Mark and Audrey Kiszla to David and Kathleen Carpenter, Steve Stone, $320,000 Cozens Meadow at Grand Park Lot 35 Grand Park Homes LLC to Mark and Audrey Kiszla, $713,000

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