Grand County real estate transactions, from May 20-May 25
Transactions from May 20 to May 25, 2018.
East Mountain Filing 9, Lot 2; East Mountain Filing 9, Garage Unit 2G – Rendezvous Homes LLC, Koelbel Company to Stephen Paul, $548,000
Ponderosa at Timber Run Condominium Unit 8; Ponderosa at Timber Run Condominium Parking Space 11 – Cal and Sally Masear to Jacob and Stacy Lord, $380,000
Mountain Homes at Sundance Point Lot 13 – Anson Yeager Jr to Diane Foote, $710,000
Zephyr Mountain Lodge Condo Bldg 1 & 2, Unit 2206 – Tiffany Pham to Michael Walker, $349,900
Grand Lake Estates 1st Filing Lot 15, Block 2 – Andrew and Diane Kane, Thomas Meese and Rebecca Mortenson Meese to Jay and Ruth Lindsay, $500,000
Frontier Investment Company Addition to Kremmling Block 19, Lots 1,2 – Michael Wilkinson to Robert and Gayle Knorr, Carol Soucie, $280,000
Columbine Condos Unit 6 – William Gerasopoulos to Derek and Elisabeth Giulianelli, $267,000
Winter Park Ranch 1st Filing Lot 27 – David and Ashley Diaz to Simon and Amanda Farrell, $135,000
Meadow Ridge Lodges Court 11, Unit 4 – Tracy Voglund and Rebecca Cramer to Brian and Jennifer Gero, $322,500
Innsbruck-Val Moritz Sub Lot 24, Block 12 – Hector Galaviz to Glenn and Michelle Colton, $574,000
Inn at SilverCreek PH II Condo Unit 544 – RTL Networks Inc to Odell and Kathy Stroud, $100,000
Frontier Investment Company Addition to Kremmling Block 5, Lots 14,15 – Daniel and Margaret Grzesiak to Benjamin and Jennifer Goertz, $152,900
Village at Arrowhead 1st Flg Grand Elk Ranch & Club Lot 75 – Park Plaza Investors LLC to Sand Canyon Capital LLC, $50,000
Willows at Grand Park Filing No 3, Lot 50 – Grand Park Homes LLC to Jeffrey and Mary Ann Cabot, $473,185
Colorado Anglers Club #1, Lot 6, Block 8 – Jeffrey Melssen to Clay and April Jarvis, Stuart Coleman, $21,000
Inn at SilverCreek PH I Condo Unit 504 – Elvin and Jeanne Caldwell to Equity Trust Company, John Kesner IRA, $100,000
East Mountain Filing 7, Lot 7 – Carissa Huster to Ryan and Vanessa Davisson, $500,000
Mesa Tracts Lot 21 – Wilma Williams to Donald Acord, Gary and Pauline Allison, $40,000
Village Townhomes at Winter Park Filing No 1, Unit 1 – David Woida Living Trust and Debra Woida Living Trust to Rosenberg Family Trust, $860,000
Winter Park Chamber Subdivision Plat Lot 1 – Town of Winter Park, Winter Park, Winter Park Town to Rendezvous Colorado LLC, $1,000,000
Hot Sulphur Springs Lot 8, Block 12 – William and Lynette Swope to Trevor Corbin and Hannah Cox, $293,000
Ladora Condo Unit 2 – Thomas McDonald and Jennifer Corwin to Maureen McCallum and Earl Chism Jr, $310,000
Edgewater Resort The First Administrative Replat of Lot 5 – Wendy and Lewis Snyder Jr to Robert G Fretzs Trust and Peggy L Fretzs Trust, $407,500
Himebaughs 1st Addition Hot Sulphur Springs B1-B2, N2 B3-B4, Block 4, Lots 35,36,37,38 – Jerry Pirtle to Steve and Cherre Hawks, $380,000
Innsbruck-Val Moritz Sub Lot 83, Block 14 – Christopher and Paige Jones to Gregory and Suzanne Tyler, $36,300
Shadow Mountain Estates Lot 4 – Daniel and Kathy Lavender to Stanley Bernal and Mary Jane Brennan, $68,000
Old Park Filing #4, Block E, Lots 12,13,14 – Ruth Murphy, Ruth Nixon to Chelsea Westfall and Barry Klotz, $365,000
Lots 14,15 SEC 26 TWP 5N R 82W Partial Legal – See Documents – Bonnie Mohan and Douglas Warshel to Jeremy and Ruth Nixon, $200,000
Alpine Timbers Lot 18 – James Myers to Mary and Jennifer Corwin, $595,000
Summit at SilverCreek Bldg 4, Unit 4106 – Daniel and JoAnna Gezon to Cathy and Jennifer Russell, $114,000
River Run Ranch TRTS B,C,D – Granby Town to Sun River Run Ranch RV LLC, $5,250,000
SEC 33 TWP 1N R 75W Partial Legal – See Document – James Hulse to James Darwin Hulse Revocable Trust, $500
Piine Ridge Condo Replat Tract F, Soda Springs Unit 104 – Dennis and Melanie Dressman to Tommy and Malinda Collins, $360,000
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