Grand County Real Estate Transactions Jan. 26-Feb. 1
Grand County’s real estate transactions from Jan. 26-Feb. 1were worth more than $15.9 million combined.
• Hideaway Station Unit RU TS 23 Bldg H; Hideaway Station Unit RU TS 23 Bldg H, Parking Space R 23; Hideaway Station Unit RU TS 23 Bldg H, Storage Space TS 23 – Jeffrey Burnside and Laef Lorton to Barbara and Michael Coumos, $585,000
• Moose Ridge Subdivision Lot 3 – Moose Ridge LLC to Charles and Lee Chandler, $500,000
• Mountainside at SilverCreek C U 113 Timeshare 113515 – Andrea Kelly to Mountainside SilverCreek Timshare Association, $500
• Mountainside at SilverCreek C U 87 Timeshare 087650 – Richard Robinson to RC Trust LLC, $500
• Village at Buckhorn Grand Elk Ranch & Club Lot 2, Block 6 – Top Notch Estate Planning Revocable Trust to Jennah and Bryan Haase, Ronald Quinn, $335,000
• Stagecoach Meadows Sub Lots 5,6 – Walter Floyd and Andrea Aubin to Clayton and Laura Stanley, $235,000
• Sun Song Condo Unit 6 C, Bldg 6 – Kristle Rebolo and Simone Smead to Ayeland LLC, $500
• Meadow Ridge Lodges Court 13A, Unit 9 – Kristle Rebolo and Simone Smead to Ayeland LLC, $500
• Kicking Horse Lodges Unit 2 201, Bldg 2- Elvin Caldwell Jr to Darcy and Sergei Kiefel, $315,000
• Crooked Creek Complex Unit 4- Steven and Amy Proctor to Brenton and Elizabeth Roper, $193,000
• Big Horn Park Filing #2, Lots 82,83 – Forrest and Lindsey Hester to Ryan Rayfield, $480,500
• Bear Crossing Town Homes Lot 15 – Chris and Julie Jakubson to Elizabeth Gonzalez and Patrick Condon, $780,500
• Confidential Per CRS 18-9-313 – Michael and Margaret Kennedy to Corinne and Justin Magid, $855,000
• Hideaway Station Unit RU TE 406; Hideaway Station Parking Space R 406 – Winter Park Development Co LLC to Beth and Robert Houlihan, $729,000
• Village at Riverside 1st Flg Grand Elk Ranch & Club Lot A 7 – Welcome to Realty LLC 401 K Profit Sharing Plan to Metro 21 Real Estate LLC, $8,000
• Village at Riverside 1st Flg Grand Elk Ranch & Club Lot A 8 – Welcome to Realty LLC 401 K Profit Sharing Plan to Metro 21 Real Estate LLC, $8,000
• Kicking Horse Lodges Unit 1 102, Bldg 1 – Darcy Kiefel to Erik Johnson, $219,000
• Granby 3rd Lot 14, Block 4 Partial Legal – See Document; Granby 3rd Lot 13, Block 4 – Vickie Simpson to Hannah and Colin Ledsome, $310,000
• Hi Country Haus Bldg 14, Unit 4 – Edward and Nancy Beste, Nancy Smith Beste to Shawn Donovan and Bryan Shipp, $254,000
• Iron Horse Bldg D, Condo Unit 4084 – Shawn and Lesley Struc to Steven and Mary Hauser, $222,200
• Tabernash Village West Subdivision Lot 2 – Michael and Tracy Loftsgard to Christopher and Monica Brown, $845,000
• Granby Business Center & Condominium Map Lot 2, Unit C – Alan Carter to JACL LLC, $225,000
• Meadow Ridge Lodges Court 28, Unit 7 – Arnold and Rebecca Cuba to Martin Maness, Kimberly Spilman, Robbin Thompson, $325,000
• Winter Park Highlands Unit 1, Lot 99 – Linda, Stephen, Lawrence and Frank Vincent to Jeffrey and Cynthia Padrick, $558,105
• Four Way Estates Unit #1, Subdivision Lot 17 – 330 County Road 803 LLP to Elizabeth Rita, $605,000
• Hi Country Haus Bldg 15, Unit 6 – Marla Haley and Robert Marshall to Lisa Marshall, $191,250
• Winter Park Village Lot 5A, Block 10 – KBZ Investments LLC to Bret and Laura Tisdale, $683,400
• Lakeridge Subdivision Flg #1, Lot 16 – Barbara J Stoelb Living Trust, Donald Kenn to Frederick and Christine Ernst, $58,500
• Murray Subdivision Exemption; Dexter Meadows/Dexter Ridge Lot 9 – 4 Lazy J LLC to Owens RE Holdings I LLC, $6,233,370
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When the Braidwood Condominiums in Winter Park were built in the 1980s, the building lacked hallways wide enough for wheelchairs, walls between units were slim and the fire suppression system couldn’t compare to modern requirements.