Grand County Real Estate Transactions, Dec. 12-18, 2011
Meadow Ridge Lodges Court 12, Unit 12 – Stefanie R Uhl Living Trust and Thomas K Schaefer Living Trust to Jesse and Jennifer Branham, $101,000
Hi Country Haus Bldg 26, Unit 2 – Daniel and Allison Ball to Susan and William Roushey III, $113,000
Winter Park Place Condo Unit 19 – Picture Perfect Properties LLC to Christopher and Lara Eddy, $260,000
Rabbit Ears Village Subdivision Lots 36,37 – Gerald Delue Jr., John Delue, Sheri White and Aubrey Knoll to RSP Investment Property LLC, $62,000
Sunnyside Addn to Grand Lake Lot 41, Block 3 – Grand Lake RE LLC to Berghaus LLC, $800,000
Winter Park Ranch 2nd Filing, Lot 9, Block 4 – Peter and Sharon Wolcott to Douglas and Cynthia Kittelsen, $290,000
Granby Ranch Filing 2B, Lot 61 – NVH WIP LLLP, Village Homes to James and Carol Brame, $446,854
Meadow Ridge Lodges Court 24, Unit 6 – Dan and Nancy Markmann to Randy and Laurie Dack, $122,000
Fraser Crossing-Founders Pointe Condominium Unit 3603 – James and Jody Moore to Bryan and Marla Kriet, $143,000
Winter Park Highlands Unit 2, Lot 1 – Donette Garrett, Donette Schmiedbauer to Mary Jane and John Munson III, $310,000
Colorado Anglers Club #1, Lot 3, Block 8 – Chet Savage, Georgette Baillesd’err Living Trust to Leonard and Susan Verhoven, $17,000
Winter Park Highlands Greenridge Lot 59 – Grand Mountain Bank FSB to Chet Collins, $65,000
Grand Country Village Lot 17 – Donald N Drake Revocable Trust and Betty L Drake Revocable Trust to Kristen Mills and Travis Ifland, $12,000
Grand County Village Lot 10 – Donald N Drake Revocable Trust and Betty L Drake Revocable Trust to Katherine S Gingery Revocable Trust, $12,000
Lake Forest Subdivision Lot 25, Block 2 – Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation to Donald and Laura Summers, $190,000
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The Grand Lake Board of Trustees paused what seemed liked a routine vote regarding the town’s plan to buy 21 acres of land after getting some pushback in the community.