Grand County Real Estate Transactions July 15-21, 2012
Snowblaze Bldg E, Condo Unit 300 – Wells Fargo Bank NA to Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation, $72,000
Legacy Park Ranch Lot 34 – Kerry Wiggs to Alan and Patricia Beckley, $500
Mountain Homes at the Reserve Lot 14 – Caughlin Family Trust to Ralph and Kathleen Crume, $336,000
Aspen Ridge Subdivision Lot 2 – Andre and Natalie DeBakker to Ryan Cable, $330,000
Winter Park Highlands Unit 5, Lot 19 – Wendell and Dinah Webb to Tyler Ray and Ann Collier, $351,000
Great Divide Head Lettuce Colony TRT 11 Partial Legal – See Document – Billy Goodwin to Billy and Heather Harms, $90,000
Aspen Ridge Subdivision Exemption Lot 2 – Andre and Natalie DeBakker to Ryan Cable, $330,000
SEC 5 TWP 3N R 75W Partial Legal – See Document – Heather Lyons and Robert Francis Williams III to Scott and Michelle Hovey, $12,000
Grand Lake Lot 1, Block 39 – David Lorenzen to Paul and Susan Carlson, $200,000
Lake Forest 1st Addn Subdivision Block 5, Lots 2,3,4 – LeRoy and Betty Reeves to Dan Teets Trust, $449,000
Grand Lake Estates 1st Filing Lot 6, Block 5 – Thomas and Robbie Barr to Lori Sutterfield and Cheryl Brown, $209,900
Hi Country Haus Bldg 23, Unit 8 – Joe and Elinor Clark to Elinor Ann Clark Trust, $500
Mountainside at SilverCreek C U 109 Timeshare 109603 – Mountainside SilverCreek Timeshare Owners Association to David and Susan Axton, $500
Mountainside at SilverCreek B U 45 Timeshare 045103 – David and Susan Axton to Mountainside SilverCreek Timeshare Owners Association, $500
Y-Lee Subdivision Lot 6, Block 2 – Kent and Patricia Laflin to Salvatore and Amy Donofrio, $250,000
Pines at Meadow Ridge Court D Unit 12 – Kim Murphy Consulting LLC to Jan and Dawn Hangen, $125,000
Grand Country Estates TRT 48 – James and Mary England to Patrick and Melanie Clements, $303,000
Mountain Meadows Subdivision Block 1, Lots 9,10 – PHH Mortgage Corporation to Secretary Veterans Affairs, $163,040.50
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