Grand County Real Estate Transactions, Jan. 22-28 |

Grand County Real Estate Transactions, Jan. 22-28

Real estate transactions totaled $5,419,500 across 9 sales for the week of Jan. 22-28.

No address, Winter Park

Coyote Creek at Winter Park Unit 6, Lot 23

Seller: Pole Creek Divide LLC

Buyer: Andrew and Jennifer Jaffe

Price: $1,052,500

1080 Winter Park Drive, Winter Park Place Condo, Winter Park

713-square-foot, one-bedroom, one-bath condo.

Seller: Gary and Mary Christensen

Buyer: Jack Gerstein

Price: $875,000

134 Edgewater Circle, Granby

1,668-square-foot, three-bedroom, 2.25-bath, single-family residence on 0.066 acres of land.

Seller: Krista and Brian O’Rourke

Buyer: Mazama Investments Inc.

Price: $680,000

670 Winter Park Drive, Fraser Crossing-Founders Pointe Condominiums, Fraser

714-square-foot, one-bedroom, one-bath condo.

Seller: Brad and Alysia Jennings

Buyer: Kathleen and Robert Stuart IV

Price: $665,000


Description: Summit Trail Townhomes Block 1, Lots 1-6

Seller: Fraser Land Co LLC

Buyer: Summit Trail DP1 LLC

Price: $575,000

87 Van Anderson Drive, Winter Park

2,171-square-foot, three-bedroom, 1 ½-bath, single-family residence on 0.462 acres of land.

Seller: James Gordon

Buyer: 87 Woodspur LLC

Price: $550,000

114 Hi Country Drive, Hi Country Haus, Winter Park

466-square-foot, one-bedroom, one-bath condo.

Seller: Patrick Hughes and Michael Carabajal

Buyer: Kathryn and Kirk Sherrill

Price: $395,000

315 GCR 6428, Grand Lake

4.78 acres of vacant residential land.

Seller: Robert and Diane Stanek

Buyer: Michael Allen

Price: $385,000

589 GCR 848, Fraser

990-square-foot, two-bedroom, zero-bath, single-family residence on 1.5 acres of land.

Seller: Jerome and Karli Hansen, Elaine Hansen McLaughlin

Buyer: David and Lisa Lucas

Price: $242,000

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