Grand County Real Estate Transactions, Feb. 2- Feb. 8
Feb. 2- Feb. 8
Winter Park Ranch 3rd Filing Lot 6, Block 3 – Ironfront LLC to Paul Smith and Julie Stephens, $162,000
East Mountain Filing 7, Lot 2 – Dan and Bevin Orlinski to Mary S Orear Trust, $320,000
Jim Creek Minor Subdivision Lot 2 – Winter Park Recreational Association to IW/WP Building Six-Vintage Development Company LLC, $1,610,419.83
Y-Lee Subdivision Lot 6, Block 2 – Salvatore and Amy Donofrio to Elisa Whaler, $245,000
Cairns Ranch LLC Outright Exemption Partial Legal – See Document; Elk Trail Outright Exemption FP – Cairns Ranch LLC to 12 County Road 667 LLC, $3,170,000
Beaver Village Flg #3, Bldg 10, Unit 302 – Mitchell and Kathleen Canclini to Nolan and Hannah Johnson, $154,900
California Suites Condo Unit A, Storage Unit A – Piper Ehlen and Matthew Berman to John and Julie Kavas, $240,000
Fairways at Pole Creek PH 1 & Open Space Lot 1 8 – Richard Rogers to Linda Wenzek-Barth, $175,000
Ptarmigan Hills Condo Unit 4, Bldg A – Steven and Jina Martingano to John and Abby Stone, $135,000
Forest Meadows Solar Community Partial Legal – See Document/Includes Easements – Gillette Management LLC to Tallgrass Capital LLC, $870,000
Forest Meadows Solar Community Partial Legal – See Document/Includes Easements – Tallgrass Capital LLC to Tallgrass Capital LLC, Pele LLC, $260,000
Millers Inn Condominiums As Built Unit 5, Bldg Engelmann – Anthony Yu to Grand County Housing Authority, $132,135
Wolf Park Townhome FP Lot E3 – Fannie Mae Federal National Mortgage Association to Timothy Kovac and Heidi Halus, $288,900
Alpine Timbers Lot 29 – Alpine Timbers Ltd to John and Cynthia Vito, $90,000
Gerstein Sub Exempt TRT 1, Grand County Road 50 Outright Exempt TRT 16 – Jack Gerstein to Kimberly Mugler, $510,000
Beaver Village Flg #3, Bldg 10, Unit 202 – Gary Hildebrandt, John Joffre and Stephen Evans to Kevin and Erin Alley, $130,000
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