Grand County real estate transactions |

Grand County real estate transactions

Transactions from July 16 to July 22.

Sunset Ridge Estates Subex 8&9 Lot 31 — Kathleen Hanna to John Albright Jr, $1,805,000

Victoria Village Lot 1, Block M — Kenneth C Rozas Trust to Nathan Peterson, $70,000

Mountainside at SilverCreek B U 12 Timeshare 012121 — Alice Barron and Kaye Garms to Mountainside SilverCreek Timeshare Association, $500

Mountainside at SilverCreek B U 2 Timeshare 002147 — Mitchell and Irene Morgan to Mountainside SilverCreek Timeshare Association, $500

Granby Ranch Filing 1, Lot 17; Granby Ranch Filing 1, Lot GT17 — Steven D Stein to Ryan and Megan Murray, $435,000

East Mountain Filing 7, Lot 83 — Rendezvous Homes LLC, Koelbel Company to Rachel and Hilton Holman, $520,000

Granby 2nd Block 12, Lots 24,26 Partial Legal — See Documents; Granby 2nd Block 12, Lot 25 — Stephen and Joe Copeland to Floyd Davis, $188,000

Frontier Investment Company Addition to Kremmling Block 23, Lots 4,5,6,7 — Catherine and Donald O’Hotto to Jill Debs and Louis Manguso, $199,900

Trillium Townhomes Final Plat Unit 2 — Marc and Beverly Leveque to Karen Schroeder, $438,000

Lake Forest 1st Addn Subdivision Lot 34, Block 1 — Kathleen St Clair to Shawn Wentz, $132,500

Ten Mile Creek Estates Lot 14 — Scott and Nicolle Rose to William and Kathleen Rose, $750,000

Summit Trail Lodge Condominiums Unit H6 — K Bruce Mackenzie to Sean Lundeen and Alejandra Marcos, $218,900

Elk Run Winter Park Sub Flg 3, Lot 52 — William J Sullivan Trust and Patricia J Sullivan Trust to Kurt Ruegsegger, $1,060,000

Trailhead Lodges Lodge 4, Unit 434 — Rodney and Kelli Hilkey to Ronald and Karissa Gagnon, $465,000

Old Park Filing #3, Lot 9, Block B — David Barnes to Taraita MacGill, $42,500

Granby Ranch 8, Lot 26 — Altitude Homes Development LLC to Gregory Zerban and Kimberly Konkel, $45,000

Sheep Mountain Ridge Estates Lot 21 — Edward and Nancy Geib to Jeffrey Schott, $220,000

The Harbor Condo, Unit 6 — Gary and Judy Lockwood to Timothy and Laura Rady, $535,000

Winter Park Ranch 3rd Filing, Lot 28, Block 1 — Lotocki Family Trust to Thomas Lotocki, $430,000

Lake Forest Subdivision Lot 28, Block 2 — Donald and Kandi Carpenter to Christopher Fulton, $385,000

Ouray Ranch Project Phase 1-A, Unit 5, Lot MF1; Ouray Ranch Project Phase 1-A, Lot MF1, Garage G-5 — Richard L Deane Revocable Trust to James and Lisa Pobrislo, $210,000

Ouray Pointe Survey Lot 3 — Matthew Bates Living Trust and Cynthia Bates Living Trust to Eric and Emily Forquer, $500,000

Winter Park Highlands Greenridge Lot 46 — Victor and Susan Bergman to Andre and Diane Mielcarek, $785,000

Elk Creek at Grand Park Filing No 2, Lot 11 — Grand Park Homes LLC to Gregory and Mary Sittig, $539,565

Dvonch Subdivision Exemption Lot 5 — Chalus Crary to JAC Colorado II LLC, $225,000

Wallace Subdivision Exemption TRT 7C — The Proctor Family Trust to Carol Remond, and Corinne DeJong, $139,000

Zephyr Mountain Lodge Condo Bldg 1 & 2, Unit 2409 — Christine and George Eastment III to RWS Investments LLC, $420,000

Hi Country Haus Bldg 23, Unit 3 — The Waite Family Trust to Susan and Jacob Hadix III, $289,000

Woodspur Condo Unit 210 — Stephen and Barbara Wolfe to Alan and Tayler Martin, $423,000

Grand View Highlands Filing #1, Block 3, Lot 26 — The Brian J Medley Trust and the Kristi L Medley Trust, Gregg and Patricia Scott to Elizabeth and Richard Agostin III, $502,000

Winter Park Highlands Unit 4, Lot 18 — James Titsworth to Edvardas and Rasa Marcinkeviciene, $80,000

Innsbruck-Val Moritz Sub Lot 37, Block 14 — Philip Wood to Daniel Sciortino and Renee Kitterman, $9,000

SECS 12,13 TWP 1N R 77W Partial Legal — See Documents — Kelly Mick to Grand View Ranch Holdings LLC, $340,000

Leland Creek Sub Lot 57 — Matthew and Melanie Seitz to Brent and Lucille Yanagida, $230,000

Grand Country Estates TRT 15 — Singletree Financial Partners LLC to Wave Investment Team Inc, $400,000

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