Grand County Real Estate Transactions, Aug. 14-20, 2011
Trail Creek Estates 2nd Filing, Lot 90 – David and Patricia Hoag, Wayne and Amy Ehlert to Wayne and Amy Ehlert, $30,800
Winter Park Ranch 3rd Filing Lot 3, Block 1 – Timothy and Patricia D’Angelo to Andrew and Meghan Mont, $453,500
Riveracres 2nd Adn, Mtn Meadows Lot 12, Block 3 – Warren and Laura Goodwin to Nancy Murphy and Leona Goettel, $86,900
Inn at SilverCreek PH I Condo Unit 322 – TLC Grand LLC to Charles and Katherine Orngard, Stephen and Stacie Martino, $45,000
Lookout Village Condo Unit 8, Bldg A – Christopher Oliver to National Residential Nominee Services Inc, $145,000
Lookout Village Condo Unit 8, Bldg A – National Residential Nominee Services Inc to Bob Bum Soo Kim and Jennifer Leitch, $133,000
Riveracres 2nd Adn, Mtn Meadows Lot 10, Block 5 – Robert and Marjorie Frazee to Kim Cole, $30,000
Bumgarner Parcels, Parcel 6 – Gary Bumgarner to Chad and Carly Sherman, $100,000
Hills at Winter Park Ranch Lot 4 – 900 Mulligan LLC to Timothy and Laura Hinde, $274,900
Grandview Villas Phase I, Unit 112 – Bedrock Loans Inc to Robert and Julie Camien, $147,000
Mountainside at SilverCreek C U 104 Timehare 104536 – Mountainside SilverCreek Timeshare Owners Association to Steve and Dawn Baker, $500
Mountainside at SilverCreek B U 68 Timeshare 068248 – Wayne, Sharon and Shelly Coelho to Mountainside SilverCreek Timeshare Owners Association, $500
Crestview Place Condominiums Unit E306 – Blaine and Samuel Werrin to Ryszard and Lidia Siorek, $195,000
Edgewater Resort, The First Administrative Replat of Lot 1 – Fannie Mae Federal National Mortgage Association to Mary and Amy Davis, $160,000
Spruce Ridge Townhomes Unit 26 – Spruce Ridge LLC to Morris Laing Evans Brock Kennedy Chartered, $381,300
1030 Townhomes Unit B – Leif and Rolf Thorson to Steven and Anne Crews, $225,000
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