Grand County real estate transactions, from Jan. 21 to Jan. 27
Transactions from Jan. 21 to Jan. 27, 2018.
Shadow View Terrace Planned Development Lot D – LJH LLC to Christopher and Kelly Berry, $657,000
Meadow Ridge Lodges Court 19, Unit 2 – Aleanna LLC, Jeffrey and Donna Lawrence to Eric and Monica Sandstrom, $280,000
Willows at Grand Park Filing No 2, Lot 20 – Grand Park Homes LLC to Henry and Anita Lochhead, $417,955
Mountainside at SilverCreek B U 20 – Ted and Margie Taylor to Todd and Gina Thollot, $173,000
Grand County Estates TRT 22 – Henry Cleveland III to Marc Boette, $62,000
Safeway – Fraser Market Place Final Development Plan Lot 2 – Safeway Inc to CF Albert Propco II LLC, $9,730,233
Hi Country Haus Bldg 9, Unit 5 6 – Lorrie and Samuel Francis Jr to Ryan and Lisa Long, $249,000
Grand Lake Estates 1st Filing Lot 10, Block 8 – Maxwell and Tatyana Ludwig to David and Christine Arenson, $387,000
Inn at SilverCreek PH I Condo Unit 331 – Barbara Le and Christine Ta to Andrew and Stephanie Gordon, $116,000
Mountainside at SilverCreek C U 108 Timeshare 108640 – Kathleen Mead to Kathleen A Mead Declaration Trust, $500
Grand Lake Lot 6, Block 35 – K Matthew Arnold and Natalie Aanerud to Matthew Arnold, $49,000
Granby 1st Block 4, Lots 12,13,14,15,16; Granby 1st Block 4, Lot 11 Partial Legal – See Document – Kremmling Memorial Hospital District, Middle Park Medical Center to Mountain Family Center, $610,000
Willows at Grand Park Filing No 2, Lot 23 – Grand Park Homes LLC to Bradley and Lynn Streich, $449,483
Urban Filing Lot 14; Frosty Acres Lot 14 – Urban Family Investments LLC to Scott and Michelle Frambach, $25,000
Elk Creek at Grand Park Filing No 3, TRTS P,Q,R,S,T,U,V – Grand Park Development LLC to Grand Park Owners Association Inc, $500
Granby Ranch 10, Lot 7 – Carole Levine and Denise Byrne to Wilcox Swanson LLC, $85,000
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Grand County’s real estate transactions Jan. 17-23 were worth more than $8.4 million combined.