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Grand County real estate transactions, from April 22-28

Transactions from April 22 to 28, 2018.

Mountainside at SilverCreek C U 87 Timeshare 087631 – Val and June Timberlake to Mountainside SilverCreek Timeshare Association, $500

Eagles Spirit Condo Unit 1 – Edgar H Bittle Trust to Bryce Kranzthor and Nancy Griffin, $356,000

Willows at Grand Park Filing No 3, Lot 41 – Grand Park Homes LLC to Jennifer Levesque and Patrick Sheets, $572,418

Coyote Creek @ Winter Park Lot 23, Units 3,7,12,13; Coyote Creek @ Winter Park Lot 24, Units 14,15,16,24,37,38,41 – ABW REOS LLC to Keystone Summit LLC, $510,000

Willows at Grand Park Filing No 3, Lot 42 – Grand Park Homes LLC to Eric and Kara Wannamaker, $557,504

Valley at Winter Park Subdivision Lot 36 – American Civil Constructors Inc/LLC to B Travis and Kate Wright, $85,000

Cozens Meadow at Grand Park Lot 4 – Karen Stenicka to Raines Living Trust, $930,000

High Lonesome Trail Estate 3&4, Lot 4 2 – Gary and Elizabeth DeVries to JoAnna Gezon, $1,175,992

Kicking Horse Lodges Unit 5 202, Bldg 5 – Jason and Anissa Blake to James and Laura Bittman, $262,500

Hi Country Haus Bldg 24, Unit 3 – Eda Mountain Investments LLC to Angela Cifor and James Whitaker, $230,000

Winter Park Lodge II Bldg C, Unit 102 – Justin and Jennifer Silverstein to Stanley and Robin Warner, $299,900

Himebaughs 1st Addition Hot Sulphur Springs Block 2, Lots 33,34,35,36,37 – David Clingman to Gary and Christine Cope, $18,500

Innsbruck-Val Moritz Sub Lot 74, Block 17 – Tina Bickler to Patricia Heather, $515,000

Kings Crossing Solar Condo Townhomes Unit 5, Bldg 6 – Bradley and Onirelec Swenson to Neal and Whitney Rogers, $393,000

Mountainside at SilverCreek C U 96 Timeshare 096536 – Jimmy and Judy Kilpatrick to Mountainside SilverCreek Timeshare Association, $500

Mountainside at SilverCreek B U 35 Timeshare 035107 – John Mai to Mountainside SilverCreek Timeshare Association, $500

Alpine Park Subdivision Block 4, Lots 7,8,9,10,11 – Dallas and Colleen Davis Timms to Stephen and Eliza Fox, $359,000

Pine Beach Subdivision Hillside Addn Lot 19, Block 4 – Raymond A White Revocable Trust and Christine M White Revocable Trust, Raymond and Christine White to Vincent and Tricia Stalsis, $38,000

Twin Rivers Condo Unit 8, Bldg Flora – David C Schleichert Revocable Trust Agreement and Kathleen A Schleichert Revocable Trust Agreement to Scott and Cherese Montgomery, $305,000

North Sunnyside Addn to Grand Lake Lot 24 – Rebecca Harvey to Michael and Nancy Long, $486,475

East Mountain Filing 2, Lot 59 – Daniel and Andreia Gannon to Brian and Sandra Allbery, $734,050

SEC 8 TWP 1N R 80W Partial Legal – See Document – Roy Enter to Kremmling Mini Storage LLC, $500

Old Joslin Ranch M & B 76, Lot 8 – Mark L Ketelsen Trust to White Crow Holdings LLC, $500

Inn at SilverCreek PH I Condo Unit 111 – Matthew Niedermeyer to Michael and Cathryn Anthony, $54,000

Witching Stick Subdivision Exempt Lot 3 – Tobias and Stacie Dellamano to Gail Stanat, $1,650,000

Wright Outright Exemption Lot C – Michael Gallagher to Tobias and Stacie Dellamano, $287,500

Homestead Hills Subd Filing #2, Lot 3 – Gorrilla Living Trust to Brian and Elizabeth Zadler, $90,000

Great Divide Head Lettuce Colony Lot 11 Partial Legal – See Document – CMH Homes to Clifford and Tina Rolando, $316,873

Flint Outright Exemption TRT 3A – Michael Carroll and Therese Marie to Jeremiah and Christina Schust, $160,000

Columbine Lake Lot 32, Block 14 – Janice and George Rebhan III to Mark and D’Ann Adams, $520,000

Meadow Ridge Lodges Court 21, Unit 4 – The Wayne R Kinzler Revocable Trust to Antonia Tsarnas, $276,000

Granby 3rd Lot 9, Block 5 – Michael and Laura Willits to James Lawson Jr and Melinda Devore, $300,000

First Valley Addn to Granby Lot 16, Block 2 – Michael and Laura Willits to Joshua and Rebecca Nance, $310,000


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