Grand County Real Estate Transactions
Val Moritz Village 1st Filing Lot 11, Block 7 – Wild Places Inc to T S 250 MCM LLC, $119,000
Granby Ranch Filing 10, Lot 27 – Granby Realty Holdings LLC to KPZ LLC, $203,000
Blue Valley Acres Unit #2, Lot 16, Block 9 – Bartell Distributing Inc to Bruce Mallinson, $109,000
Himebaughs 1st Addition Hot Sulphur Spgs B1-B2, N2 B3-B4, Block 2, Lots 24,25,26,27,28 – Charles and Janet Liddle to Curtis and Patricia Brown Family Trust, $362,000
Sky View Acres Subdivision Lot 1 – John Scott Turner and Theresa Desmarais Turner Living Trust to Scott and Randi Deering, $568,194
Winterstar Condos Unit G6, Bldg G – Scott Deering to John Scott Turner Living Trust, $263,200
Trinder Subdivision TRTS 56,57 – Gary and Sandra Ashby to Dana and Melissa Verdoorn, $150,000
Shadow Mountain Yacht Club-Craig Bldg Craig Garage 17 – Steven Sittko and Kinney Johnson to Neil and Christina Schmieder Trust, $28,000
Hot Sulphur Springs, Block 17, Lots 7,8,9 – Partial Legal – See Document – G S Enterprises Inc to JJTI LLC, $795,500
Telemark Condominiums Unit 638, Bldg B – Telemark Associates LTD LLC to Jennifer K, Kurt, Jennifer F and Eric Williams, $589,900
Granby 3rd Lot 12, Block 3 – Jack and Donna Kolin to Kelli Acord, $223,000
Granby 2nd Block 9, Lots 4,5,6 – Partial Legal – See Document – Mark and Amanda Feighner to Mary Jane Skelly, $226,000
Granby Ranch Filing 3, Lot 10 – Upstreet Developments LLC to CCNJ LLC, $88,000
Tabernash, E.J. Vulgamotts 1st Block 6, Lots 7,8 – Jeff and Virginia Bierig to Bradley and Rachel Hawkins, $296,000
Cozens Pointe Condominiums Unit 102, Bldg A – Cozens Pointe LLC to Steven and Lexi Tehven, Michel and Marcella Bee, $389,900
Fraser Crossing-Founders Pointe Condominium Unit 3407 – IW/WP Four-Five Development Company LLC to David Emrich, Mary Hemmingway-Emrich, Robert and Mary Carpender, $393,600
Iron Pony I Subdivision Lot 3 – Iron Pony 1 Townhomes LLC to Dharmendra Sawh and Chandrowtie Persuad, $465,000
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Grand Lake officials will discuss next week a plan to halt new construction in downtown Grand Lake.