Grand County Real Estate Transactions Feb. 14 – 20
Mountainside at SilverCreek B U 45 Timeshare 045148 – John and Kathryn Hansen to Mountainside SilverCreek Timeshare Association, $500
Trailhead Lodges Lodge 4, Unit 413 – Thomas Robeson to Thomas E Robeson Revocable Trust, $500
Inn at SilverCreek PH I Condo Unit 317 – Daniel Zoretic and Rebecca Houston to Pedro and Katherine Pena, $59,000
Gorewood First Filing Lot 19 – Brandon and Kelley Soule to James and Gail Chauvin, $80,000
Grandview Villas Unit 314 – Steven and Jane Adams, Michael and Nancy McGuffey to Christopher and Marsha Weaver, $182,500
Sawmill Station Townhomes Phase 2, Lot 13C – Michael and Maria Lombardo to Christopher and Emily Henderson, $442,320
Wolf Park Townhome FP Lot C1 – William and Karyl Stewart to Virginia Martin and Pamela Griffin, $361,000
Zephyr Mountain Lodge Unit 1300 – JRN Winter Park LLC to Paul Neilson, $425,000
Kicking Horse Lodges Unit 3 103, Bldg 3 Buckskin – Scott and Sharon Neher, Greg and Gretchen Brunworth to Brian and Benjamin Chandler, $162,000
Mountainside at SilverCreek C U 83 Timeshare 083504 – Elizabeth Johnson to Scott and Kristen Bargaehr, $500
Mountainside at SilverCreek B U 68 Timeshare 068244 – Andrew Desalvo to Mountainside SilverCreek Timeshare Owners Association, $500
Columbine Lake Lot 21, Block 11 – Gary and Susan Acker to Richard and Pamela Laufenberg, $28,000
Grand Lake Block 6, Lots 11,12; Grand Lake Block 6, Lot 10 – Partial Legal – See Document – Grand Lake Apartment LLC to JMAR Ventures Inc, $380,000
Grand Lake Lot 6, Block 11 – Jake Mountain Properties Inc to Lima One Properties Inc, $535,000
SEC 3 TWP 1N R 79W Partial Legal – See Document – Thomas and Leisa Frey to Thomas and Hunter Hill, $93,000
Grand Lake City Block 2, Lots 7,8,9 – Partial Legal – See Documents – Spencer H, Spencer A, Rebecca, Preston, Julie Ann and Aurel Burtis, Rebecca Burtis Thompson to Michael and Brooke O’Donnell, $870,000
Old Park Filing #5, Lot 20, Block B – Richard and Carol Wilson to Casey and Maribeth Pecotte, $276,000
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After announcing his candidacy for Grand County Sheriff, former Kremmling police chief Jamie Lucas has taken a job in Nevada.