Grand County real estate transactions, from Oct. 7-13
Transactions from Oct. 7-13, 2018.
Big Horn Park Filing #2, Lot 50 – Daniel and Michelle Schirer to Roy and Kristine McMahon, $26,250
Fairways at Pole Creek PH 1 & Open Space Lot 1 17 – Joan Tobin to DWL Holdings LLC, $250,000
East Mountain Filing 7, Lot 8, Bldg 2 – Ronald and Susan Wertz to Kimberly Ngo and Andrew Waas, $580,000
Meadow Ridge Lodges Court 32, Unit 2 – Kenneth and Jane Burdette to David and Elizabeth Whittaker, $420,000
Meadow Ridge Lodges Court 8, Unit 8 – Anna Zontova to Eric and Jaime Paulk, Christopher Reinholt, $256,000
SilverCrest Condo Unit 303, Bldg A – Jonathan and Leah Schultz to Marcus Schuricht and Erin Howe, $254,000
East Mountain Filing 2, Lot 19 – Steven Noel, Bruce and Rodell Rudolph, Alan Ahlgrim to Lisa Floyd, $850,750
SilverCrest Condo Unit 304, Bldg B – Timothy and Carol Opdyke, Carol Sherman to Brian and Lauren Knaupe, $269,000
Ouray Ranch Condos Unit 1; Ouray Ranch Condos Garage Unit 1 – Stephen and Jamie Walker to Michael and Kate Sawyer, $325,000
Winter Park Ranch 3rd Filing Lot 12, Block 1 – Nigel and Pamela Conners to Mark and Kristinna Spiewak, $729,000
Fraser Crossing-Founders Pointe Condominium Unit 4352 – Douglas and Katherine Bell to Christopher and Traci Zajaczkowski, $255,000
Granby Ranch Filing 10, Lot 55 – Seth Levine and Greeley Sachs to Brad and Allison Guyton, $1,010,000
Bear Crossing Town Homes Lot 29 – Alexander and Marla Viorst to Scott and Kristi Snapp, $770,750
Lake Kove Subdivision Unit 8, Amended Final Plat – James and Kathy Kunc to Carl and Christine Medearis, $481,500
Winter Park Place Condo Unit 9, Sterling Way Building – Brian Chansky and Rebecca Burfeind to Alyson Palma, $329,000
Trail Creek Estates Lot 34 – David and Michal Bowlin to Christopher Colucci, Monica Neumann and Samuel Hochevar, $427,000
Horn Ranch Mountain Parks Electric Outright Exemption; SEC 31 TWP 2N R 76W Partial Legal – See Document; SEC 36 TWP 2N R 77W Partial Legal – See Document – Granby Realty Partners LLC to Dale Williams, $925,000
Village at Wildhorse Grand Elk Ranch & Club Lot E80 – Michael and Lori Holland to Lisa Lundquist, $32,000
Rabbit Ears Village Subdivision Lot 34 – G Daniel Whittaker to Nicks Professional Land Development LLC, $30,000
Cozens Pointe at Grand Park Unit 303, Bldg G; Cozens Pointe at Grand Park Bldg G, Garage Unit G – Cozens Pointe LLC to Wendy and Lewis Synder Jr, $474,627
Elk Creek Village Filing 1, Unit 11, Bldg 4; Forest Meadows Solar Community Block 2, Tract A Major Subdivision – Milan Cura to Bryan and Tonya Allen, $345,000
Village at Riverside 2nd Flg 2, Grand Elk Ranch & Club Lot A43 – Stephen Ochoa to Jason and Jodi Newby, $359,000
Monarch Condo Unit 1 – Brad and Cheryl Ludford to Theodore Babitz and Judith E Taub Babitz, $375,000
Zephyr Mountain Lodge Unit 1208 – Keystone Family Partnership LLLP to Lobster & Longhron LLC, $350,000
Timber Run Condo Unit 1, Bldg 1 – Ted Babitz and Judy E Taub Babitz to Jeremy and Kelsey Kott, $343,500
East Mountain Filing 7, Lot 6 – Connie Fenton Revocable Trust to Robert and Alexia Eslan, $575,000
Zephyr Mountain Lodge Condo Bldg 1 & 2, Unit 2304 – Kevin and Julia Grossman to Frederic Dyson, $355,000
Soda Springs Ranch Filing 2, Unit 28, Tract TC – Kevin and Pamela Ortell to Stephen Fabricius, $90,000
SEC 23 TWP 3N R 76W Partial Legal – See Document – James Webb and Kathleen Johnson to David and Sandra Walton, $145,500
Innsbruck-Val Moritz Sub Lot 38, Block 21- Stephen Cross to DCF Homes LLC. $26,000
Fairways at Pole Creek PH 1 & Open Space Lot 3 50 – Randolph W Revocable Living Trust and Vicki L Ballard Revocable Living Trust to Jeanne and Roger Myrkle, $107,500
Innsbruck-Val Moritz Sub Lot 76, Block 17 – Allen and Audra Gallogly to Eric and Karol Jones, $485,000
Coyote Creek at Winter Park Unit 11, Lot 23 – David and Katherine Townsend to Brian and Casandra Crawford, $450,000
Winter Park Lodge II Bldg B, Unit 204 – Stephen and Paulette Herbert to Larry and Rebecca Schneider, $284,000
Granby 1st Block 1, Lots 9,10 – Agate Street Investments LLC to Mark Bishop, $165,000
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