Grand County Real Estate Transactions, April 24 to 30
Grandview Villas Unit 110 – Hal and Margaret Meyers to William and Sandra Bruton, $179,900
Lions Gate Pines Lodge Condo Unit 122, Week 52 – Hearts Ease LLC to Daniel and Carla Schwartz, $3,000
Lions Gate Pines Lodge Condo Unit 124, Week 52 – Hearts Ease LLC to Daniel and Carla Schwartz, $3,000
Shadow Mountain Estates Lot 8 – Alan M Olson Trust to Hal and Margaret Meyers, $245,000
Antler Ranchettes Lot 17 – Helena Auyang to Cade and Martha Strieby, $312,000
Trailhead Lodges Lodge 4, Unit 423 – Lucky 7 Trust to Carlton and Toni Laursen, $505,000
Granby Ranch Filing 6, Lot 6 – Westside Homes LLC to Michael Baudendistel, $36,500
Granby Ranch Filing 3, Unit 23 – Westside Homes LLC to Michael Baudendistel, $40,000
Mountainside at SilverCreek C U 110 – Kraus Anderson Construction Company to Darrell and Patricia Asche, $157,500
Innbruck-Val Moritz Sub Lot 32, Block 12 – Jean Marie Law and Barbara Gardner to Robert Burns, $12,500
SEC 23 TWP 3N R 76W Partial Legal – See Document – Marilynn Nilsson to Eric and Kelli Visage, $92,900
Sun River Drive Garage Condos Unit 5 – Norman Larkins to Andrew Brumenschenkel, $23,000
Zephyr Mountain Lodge Condo Bldg 1 & 2, Unit 2222 – Matthew and Stacey Baker to James and Dulce Doss, $414,000
Winter Glen Lot 13 – Sylvia Favret Living Trust to Carol A Tracey Trust, $580,000
SEC 11 TWP 1N R 78W Partial Legal – See Document – Richard Ackerson II to Lawrence and Phyllis Kemp, $8,000
Blue Valley Acres Unit #2, Lot 24, Block 4 – Ellen Makkai to Petr and Renata Hrdlicka, $68,000
SEC 5 TWP 1N R 80W Partial Legal – See Document/Includes Easements – Erik Woog to Eric Dixon and June Eisenman, $82,000
Rabbit Ears Village Subdivision Lot 22 – Michael and Dorene Holwell to Jennifer Hoovler, $35,000
Mountain Lupin Subdivision Lot 6 – Todd Camm and Suzette Waelti Camm to National Residential Nominee Services Inc, $245,000
Mountain Lupin Subdivision Lot 6 – National Residential Nominee Services Inc to Nathanael Barnes, $245,000
Val Moritz Village 1st Filing Lot 15, Block 3 – Stephan and Joyce Playter to Karen M Bonde Trust, $40,000
Mesa Vista Subdivision Lot S30 – Housing Urban Development Washington DC to Sandra McAdam, $170,724
Trailhead Lodges Lodge 8, Unit 811 – Kenneth and Sheila Urban to Douglas and Leslie Williams, $253,000
Stillwater Estates Lot 38 – Grand Mountain Bank FSB to Aaron and Jeannette Martin, $63,000
Lakeridge Subdivision Flg #3, Lot 48 – Diane M Browning Trust to John and Donnell Schmalz, $87,500
Blue Valley Acres Unit #2, Lot 1, Block 8 – Jensen Lucey Family Trust to Neil and Andrea Brown, $225,000
Grand Lake Estates 1st Filing, Lot 2, Block 5 – Kevin Fischer to Hayden and Cynthia Southway, $140,000
Blue Valley Acres Lot 7, Block 4 – Pennymac Corp, Pennymac Loan Services LLC to Christopher McKinney, $345,000
Hot Sulphur Springs 1st Addn Block 2, Lots 1,2,3 – Habitat Humanity Grand County Colorado Inc to Michael and Aleigha Dickerson, $210,000
Hideaway Pines Subdivision Lot 2, Block 4 – Travis and Alyssa Wildeboer to Jason Moody, $345,000
Wildwood at Winter Park Ranch Lot 8 – Denver Rental 1 LLC to Reed Good, $285,000
Winter Park Ranch 2nd Filing, Lot 2, Block 4 – Otto P Breiner Trust to Theodore and Eve Dann, $520,000
Kremmling Block 9, Lots 9,11 – Mark Gamble to Rebecca Gilmore, $143,000
Mountainside at SilverCreek B U 32 Timeshare 032339 – Ronald and Iola Gibbs to Mountainside SilverCreek Timeshare Association, $500
Mountainside at SilverCreek C U 82 Timeshare 082528 – Glen and Carol Roper to Mountainside SilverCreek Timeshare Association, $500
Inn at SilverCreek PH I Condo Unit A217 – A Properties LLC to TLC Grand LLC, $19,000
Homestead Hills Subd Filing #2, Lot 5 – Mitchell and Kate Kruger to James and Jean Waring, $438,500
Mesa Vista Subdivision Lot D19 – Deborah Thompson and Rebecca Seipp to James Whaley, $179,900
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