Grand County Real Estate Transactions, Aug. 30 to Sept. 5, 2015
Grand County transactions Aug. 30 to Sept. 5
Pole Creek Meadows Lot 1, Block 4 – Judith R Schiff Amended Restated Agreement Trust to Dale and Anne Sultemeier, $920,000
Indian Peaks Bldg B, Condo Unit B202 – Earnest and Nancy Barenberg to Jimmy and Vonda Mayfield, $500
Sterling Pointe Condos Unit 204, Bldg 2 – Robert Huehmer and Lisa Byington to Gary Stiegler and Cynthia Tripp, $255,000
U Tumbleweed Riverside Planned Development Final Plat to Carl and Jacquelin Davis to Bruce and Kathryn Woolpert, $269,000
Trailhead Lodges Lodge 6, Unit 624 – Mark and Molly Wallace to Steven and Jeanne Burton, $410,000
Legacy Park Ranch Lot 20 – Shores of Shadow Mountain LLC to Thomas E Peyton Revocable Trust, $60,000
Timbers Condominiums Unit 3, Bldg 1; Timbers Condominiums Garage Space No 3 – James and Margaret Henderson to Todd and Sarah Bull, $249,900
Lakeview Waterside West Condos As Built Unit 209, Garage N – Lawrence P Bohrer Trust and Ruth Y Bohrer Trust to John and Joan Fitzgerald, $330,000
Vasquez Run Condo Unit 202, Bldg 1 – Richard and Jennifer Barrett to Eric and Tracy Shiflet, $337,000
Bear Crossing Town Homes Lot 15 – Bear Crossing Retreat LLC to Chris and Julie Jakubson, $489,500
Vista at Timber Run Condo Unit 7 – Warren Hill III to Lon and Roberta Herman, $154,500
Grandview Villas Unit 112 – Arnold Boisdrenghien to Randy and Mariann Babuska, $186,000
Sterling Pointe Condos Bldg 3, Unit 304 – Todd and Lisa Mead to Loujake Shell Bridgeview LLC, $246,000
Eagle Ridge on the Summit-PH 1, Unit 3, Bldg Alpenglow – Jerald Diemer and Deborah Schindele to Jeremy Keyes $192,500
Lakota Flg 2, Tract A, Lot 6 – Timothy and Laurie Macarthur to Tad and Betsy Lyle, $432,000
Innsbruck-Val Moritz Sub (1) Lot 40, Block 12 – Jerelyn Gott to Robert and Stephanie Gardner, $375,000
Bear Crossing Town Homes Lot 50 – Richard and Marie Chichester to Todd and Catherine Burnham, $528,000
Reserve at Elkhorn Ridge Sub Lot 34 – John and Kristine Shurson to Lia Gore and Frank Haluska, $969,000
Winter Park Ranch 3rd Filing Lot 57 – Lou Supino and Anita Nebel to Gus Brown and Jo Stone, $422,500
Sunset Ridge Filing #3 Outlot A – Sunset Ridge Property Owners Association to John and Deborah Erwin, $500
Sunset Ridge Filing #3, Lot 4; Sunset Ridge Estates Subex 1&2, Lot 4 – John and Deborah Erwin to John and Deborah Erwin, $500
Meadow Ridge Lodges Court 8, Unit 13 – KM Properties LLC to Mark Jankowski, $222,000
Lakota Flg 2, Tract A, Lot 2; Lakota Flg 2, Tract A, Lot 16 – Richard and Ann Dixon to Gary and Terri Brotze, $435,000
Meadow Ridge Lodges Court 17, Unit 8 – Jan Kanclirz to Michael and Mary Duffy, $132,000
Winter Park Highlands Unit 3, Lot 30 – Sandra K White Revocable Living Trust, Sandra McNerney to Thomas and Emily Caldwell, $360,000
Cooper Creek Square Final Plat Minor Sub Lot 1 – Ronald and Larry Jones, Elizabeth Devries, Linda Berl to Cooper Creek WP LLC, $2,945,700
Cooper Creek Square Final Plat Minor Sub Lots 2,3 – Ronald and Larry Jones, Elizabeth Devries, Linda Berl, Audrey J Hansen Unified Credit Trust to Cooper Creek WP LLC, $3,460,440
Columbine Lake Block 6, Lots 94,95 – Thomas and Leigh Brightwell to Paula and Aaron Fleming, $460,000
Old Park Lot 4 – Greg Mink to Harold Howland, $61,600
Hideaway Junction Subdivision Filing No 1, Lot 3 – Christopher and Meredith Cameron to Winter Park Affordable Housing Corporation, $250,000
SEC 19 TWP 1S R 75W Partial Legal – See Document – Scot and Elizabeth Cameron to Christopher and Meredith Cameron, $120,000
Grandview Villas Unit 213 – Azra D Straight Living Trust and Carolyn S Straight Living Trust to Edward and Lori Kocheval, $170,000
Bear Crossing Town Homes Lot 48 – Nicholas Baldo, Jay Freed and Sharon P Levy Freed to Jason and Kristi Lawley, $500,000
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