Grand County Real Estate Transactions, Feb. 15-21, 2014
Grand County transactions, Feb. 15-21
Forest at St Louis Creek Subd TRT 4 – Benjamin Monroe to JVR Properties LLC, $250,000
Lakeview Subdivision Unit 3, Bldg B – Van Donselaar Family Trust to John and Janet Anderstrom, $125,000
Mountain Meadows Subdivision Block 1, Lots 4,5 – Michael and Glenda Collins to Tim and Michelle Eubank, $254,000
Hills at Winter Park Ranch Lot 6 – Rodney and Kimberly Aulick to Martha M Ha Revocable Trust, $295,000
Grandview Villas Unit 201 – Global Recovery One LLC to Rick, Lisa, Rod and Michele Flanigan, $150,000
Columbine Lake Lot 4, Block 11 – Flores Trust, Lyndee Sternad, E R Sternad Jr to Patricia McCasky and James Cherrington, $262,000
Gore City Addn to Kremmling Block 7, Lots 6,7 – Kathleen Beres to Grover Pryor, $165,000
Cozens Meadow at Grand Park Lot 27 – Grand Park Homes LLC to Steve and Valerie Remington, $552,500
Iron Horse Building C, Condo Unit 3113 – Sang Lee to Shawn Hamele, $210,000
Columbine Condos Unit 9 – Ryan Friedman to Jenette Lacey, $107,000
SEC 6 TWP 1S R 78W Partial Legal – See Document – Lambert Company Family Limited Partnership to Long Park LLC, $1,900,000
Granby Ranch Filing 1B, Lot 22 – William Lyon Homes Inc, Village Homes, NVH INV LLC to Jay and Angelena Gleason, $609,800
Soda Creek Condos at Soda Springs Unit B1 – Kenyon and Joy Shannon to Terrance and Jean Ramirez, $122,000
Pole Creek Valley Subdivision Lot 65 – Grand Mountain Bank FSB to Lisa Boyes, $26,000
Snowblaze Bldg A, Condo Unit 13 – Gregory Hamilton and Leonard Calodney to Scott Bilyeu, $190,000
Kremmling Block 3, Lots 1,3 – Wells Fargo Bank NA TSTE, Master Asset Backed Securities Trust 2007-NCW to David Hedgecoke, $81,000
Stewart/Casanova Outright Exemption Partial Legal – See Document – Scott W Stewart Living Trust to Samuel and Carolyn Yocum, $300,000
Innsbruck-Val Moritz Lot 22, Block 19 – Claim Stake LLC to David and Josephine Asvestas, $12,500
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