Grand County Real Estate Transactions
Lakota Park Minor Subdivision Lot 28 – WP Mountain Developers LLC to Juan and Amanda Sessa, $550,000
Old Park Filing #5, Lot 20, Block B – Bryl and Susan Nolan to Richard and Carol Wilson, $265,000
Grand Lake Lot 4, Block 6 – Margaret Robertson to Virginia Klenk, $85,000
Trailhead Lodges Lodge 8 U 833 – Summit Legend Trailhead Inc to Marian Waldron and David John Kirk, $458,962
Trailhead Lodges Lodge 8 U 834 – Summit Legend Trailhead Inc to Jefferey and Pam Delazaro, $356,477
Mountainside at SilverCreek B U 054 Timeshare 054345 and 054346 – James and Doris Bogan to Colette Murphy and Robert Stefanko, $4,000
Trailhead Lodges Lodge 8 U 824 – Summit Legend Trailhead Inc to James and Stephanie Sorrells, $356,804
Trailhead Lodges Lodge 8 U 824 – James and Stephanie Sorrells to Jeffrey and Beverly Sprout, $383,000
Grand Country Estates TRT 8 – Bruce and Laura Greiner to Julie Matthews Blue Living Trust, $489,000
Kicking Horse Lodges U 3 205, Bldg 3 – Barry Johnson and Jane Pollock to SVLU LLC, $227,000
Iron Horse Phase I, Bldg H, Condo Unit 2308 – John and Lynn McDade to Ken Desgarennes and Michael Repine, $435,000
Sun Set II Sub EX/Outright EX TRT III – Benjamin and Sandra Schneller to Lynette Schneller, $380,000
Lake Forest Subdivision Lot 30, Block 2 – Scott Visscher to John and Deborah Lheureux, Deborah Lemon-Lheureux, $89,900
Mountainside at SilverCreek B U 034 Timeshare 034108/034109 – Christian and Blanca Von Damn to David Skinner LLC, $25,000
Mountainside at SilverCreek B U 011 Timeshare 011136 – Brian and Rosalyn Fong to David Skinner LLC, $5,500
Trailhead Lodges Lodge 8, U 812 – Summit Legend Trailhead Inc to Matthew, Laura, David and Coletta Anderson, $356,432
Lot 6 SEC 19 TWP 4N R 79W Partial Legal – See Document – Jodi and Sandy Hill; Tom, Richard and Marilyn Curry to Henricks Ranch LLC, $500
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