Grand County Real Estate Transactions, Dec. 5-11, 2011
Pines at Meadow Ridge Court F, Unit 10 – Larry and Margaret Ballonoff to Joseph and Barbara Passalacqua, $120,000
Winter Park Ranch 3rd Filing, Lot 11, Block 3 – Richard and Mary Derby to Bryce and Jill Lopez, $100,000
Granby Ranch Filing 2, Lot 6 – NVH WIP LLLP, Village Homes to Charles, Mary and Kathryn Keefer, Augusto Miravalle, $483,577
Shadow Mountain Estates 2nd Filing Lot 19 – Grand Mountain Bank FSB to Wesley Dutton, $103,250
Shadow Park West Condo Unit 5B – Tara Drummond to Donald and Gloria Kuhs, $184,000
Longview Addn/Hot Sulphur Springs Block 15, Lots 16,17,18,19,20 – James and Charrie Miller to Scott Marquardt and Dawn Mathews, $235,000
Stagecoach Meadows Sub Lot 23 – Lawrence and Patricia Marleau to Michael and Marialice Lindig, $680,000
Indian Peaks Bldg A, Condo Unit 202, Week 4; Indian Peaks Bldg C, Condo Unit 203, Week 5 – Lloyd Schamber to Christopher Thorpe, $3,500
Innsbruck-Val Moritz Sub Lot 23, Block 17 – David and Wannette Trujillo to William and Linda Davis, Christopher and Elizabeth Carinder, $36,000
Grand Lake Lot 14, Block 2 – Fighting Sioux LLC to Cypress Creek Holdings LTD, $167,500
SEC 22 TWP 2N R 80W Partial Legal – See Document – Bank America NA to Eric and Rebecca Guthrie, $447,900
Lake Forest Subdivision Lot 15, Block 2 – Fannie Mae Federal National Mortgage Association to Robert and Sarah Burgett, $243,000
SEC 32 TWP 2N R 76W Partial Legal – See Document – Jodi LaPorte to Lisa Vonderhaar and Thomas Papathakis, $117,000
Creekview Townhomes Lot 2 – Ann Cohen to Bruce and Suzanne Baker, $469,000
Winter Park Lodge II Bldg A, Unit 201 – Lynda Ivy to Craig and Sherrie Swadburg, $159,000
Inn at SilverCreek PH II Condo Unit 418 – Terry P Jurjevich II to George R Tyrrell Trust and Elizabeth A Tyrrell Trust, $34,500
Arena Road Sub Exemption Parcel C – Jerold David and Carol Jeanne Bothun to Richard and Cass Kotrba, $515,000
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