Grand County real estate transactions, from March 4-10 |

Grand County real estate transactions, from March 4-10

Transactions from March 4 to 10, 2018.

Mountainside at SilverCreek C U 104 Timeshare 109605 – Mountainside SilverCreek Timeshare Owners Association to Everett and Pamela Clark, $500

Mountainside at SilverCreek C U 84 Timeshare 084543; Mountainside at SilverCreek C U 96 Timeshare 096542 – Michael Klages and Bonnie Bush to Carl Norred, $500

Mountainside at SilverCreek C U 118 Timeshare 118651 – Mountainside at SilverCreek Timeshare Owners Association to Paul, Mieko, Nicole and Alex Shimotake, $500

Ravenwood Townhomes Unit C1 – John and Kimberly Fix to Darlene and Loy Warren III, $340,000

Lakota Flg 6, Tract E, Lot 24 – William Miller III to William and Melissa Weakley, $725,000

Pole Creek Timbers Subdivision Lot 25 – MJSJ LLC to John Montaldo, $150,000

Hi Country Haus Bldg 26, Unit 7 – Kathy Mundt to Alison and Leland Leard Jr, $185,000

Fraser Crossing-Founders Pointe Condominium Unit 4455 – Allison and Frederick Daley Jr to Stephen Smith, $345,000

Yacht Club Estates Lot 5 – Lawrence Page to Grand Lake 2 LLC, $1,540,000

Pines at Meadow Ridge Court A, Unit 5 – Erik Trust, Lynns Trust, Erik and Lynns Trust to Justin Caylor and Bridgette Brinkmann, $225,000

Granby Ranch Filing 8, Lot 34 – Antonio Vizurraga Revocable Trust and Deanne Vizurraga Revocable Trust to Robert and Colleen Omunneke, $480,000

Columbine Lake Lot 128, Block 8 – Thomas and Kimberly Mannis to James Viner, $263,000

Inn at SilverCreek PH I Condo Unit 215 – John and Karen Wedding to Sherman Investment Team LLC, $80,000

Beaver Village Flg #1, Bldg 4, Unit 102 – Daniel and Kathryn McNulty to Matthew and Deborah Hughes, $310,500

Pole Creek Valley Subdivision Lot 10 – Lauralee Kourse to Ryan and Monica Anderson, $678,900

Lakota Flg 6, Tract E, Lot 25 – Feuerstein Living Trust to Isaac and Laura Stauffer, $130,000

Frontier Investment Company Addition to Kremmling Block 15, Lots 11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19, 20; Frontier Investment Company Addition to Kremmling Block 16, Lots 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10 – HOBO Holdings LLC to Kremmling Memorial Hospital, Middle Park Medical Center, $399,000

Pines at Meadow Ridge Court A, Unit 12 – Curt and Jane Elworthy to Theodore Johnson and Christine A Casaceli Johnson, $295,000

Blue Valley Acres Unit #2, Lot 6, Block 9 – Jonathan Parker and Nichole Garvin to Stefan Smith and Jessica Gazin, $379,900

Timber Lake Townhomes Phase I, Unit B 4 Partial Legal – See Document – Phyllis Moeller, Selden Living Trust to Dennis Kirkman, $144,000

Bridgers Cache Sub Lot 11 – Bridgers11 LLC to Bruce Berman 2001 Trust and Lori B Berman Revocable Trust, $2,275,000

Summit at SilverCreek Bldg 3, Unit 3104 – Timothy and Margo Winey to Donald and Carrie Alexander, $178,000

Newberry Outright Exemption TRTS A,B – Robert James Newberry Revocable Trust and Marilee Newberry Revocable Trust to Jonathan and Nichole Parker, $445,000

Tabernash, E.J. Vulgamotts 2nd, Lots 24,25,26 – Ryan and Monica Anderson to Christopher Hume, $575,000

Sunset Ridge Estates IX Lots 34,35 AFP Lot 16 – Gordon and Linda Beebe to Daniel Buedel, $162,000

Lakeridge Mtn Valley Subdivision Lot 5, Block 1 – Nathan and Holly South, Jonathan Hanst, Kirsten Bailey, Mark and Trisha Hussian to Michael and Kristina Phillips, $199,000

Grand Lake Estates 1st Filing Lot 1, Block 7 – James Kneifl to Edward and Renee Zemljak, $600,000

Lakota Park Subdivision Lot 83 – Frank and Rebecca Dow to Wayne R Kinzler Revocable Trust, $1,125,000

Grand View Highlands Filing #1, Lot 14, Block 3 – Jeffrey and Ramona May to John and Marianne Svec, $416,500

Innsbruck-Val Moritz Sub Lot 32, Block 14 – Kelly Mick to Hector Galaviz, $9,500

Soda Springs Ranch Filing 2, Unit B2, TRT H – David, Marsha and Steven Hull to Michelle Kennard, $190,500

Soda Springs Ranch Filing No 3, Lot 6 – Kathleen Shanley to David and Sheryl Dahman, $61,000

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