Grand County Real Estate Transactions
Silverado II Condo Unit 532 Bldg Five Partial Legal See Document Michael and Opal Ruff to Ronnie and Sheri Bunch, $595 Bussey Hills Subdivision Block 9, Lots 10,11 Frederick and Dorothy Miller to George Schrupp, $950 Fraser Crossing Unit 4563 Michael and Nancy Harnum to IW WP Four-Five Development Company LLC, $314,000 IW WP Four-Five Development Company LLC to Michael and Nancy Harnum, $460,000 Fraser Crossing-Founders Pointe Condominium Unit 4362 Partial Legal See Document – IW WP Four-Five Development Company LLC to Ian Silverberg, $319,000 Fraser Crossing-Founders Pointe Condominium Unit 4360 Partial Legal See Document – IW WP Four-Five Development Company LLC to Ian Silverberg, $180,900 Winter Park Highlands Greenridge Lot 72 Partial Legal See Document John Riopelle to Kent Homes LLC, $165,000 Iron Pony I Subdivision Lot 4 Partial Legal See Document Iron Pony 1 Townhomes LLC to John Riopelle, $475,000 Fairways at Pole Creek PH 1 & Open Space Lots 3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19,20,21,22,23,24,25,26,27,28,29 Partial Legal See Documents Cabins at Porcupine Ridge Ltd to John and Janet Ashcroft, $110,000 Glendale 1 LLC to John, Eric and Mike Appel, $630,000 Mountain Terrace Townhomes Lot 8 River Rocks Development LLC to Mark and Jean OBanion, $655,000 Casa Grande Estates Lot 16 Deutsche Bank National Trust Company TSTE, Long Beach Mortage Loan Trust, JP Morgan Chase Bank National Association, Washington Mutual Bank ATTY FACT to Curtis Metcalf, $129,000 Pole Creek Valley Subdivision Lot 42 Michael and Kandence Morrison to Timothy and Julie Morton, $580,000 Divide at Forest Meadows-F U 1, Bldg F Partial Legal See Document Thomas Woolf to JAJ Properties LLC, $139,000 Shadow Mountain Estates 2nd Filing, Unit 32 Deusche Bank National Trust Company TSTE, JP Morgan Chase Bank, Washington Mutual Bank to Kevin Leppke, $157,900 Grand County SEC 15 TWP 5N R 81W Partial Legal See Document T LLC to Lorenzo White Ltd, $50,000
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US Forest Service officials have closed Willow Creek Reservoir in Grand County because of a potential blue-green algae bloom.