Grand County Real Estate Transactions June 16-22
Mesa Tracts Lot 3 – Secretary Housing Urban Development to Jordan and Brian Reynolds, $140,000
Grand Lake Lot 1, Block 15 – Suzanne Reed to Suzanne C Reed Trust, $500
Shorewood Subdivision Lot 3, Block 7 – Leonard Kaufmann and Linda Himmelbauer to William and Krista Sullivan, $232,500
Soda Springs Ranch #2 Tract F Replat Unit A5 – Alexander and Mary Valentine to Anita Palmerino, $160,000
Rabbit Ears Village Subdivision Lot 61 – Kurt and Sharon Muenchow to Serafin Barayazarra and Angela Kirwan, $49,900
Rabbit Ears Village Subdivision Lot 60 – Moxley Family Trust to Serafin Barayazarra and Angela Kirwan, $49,900
Winter Park Ranch Condo #1, Unit 9 – Roger and Hope Chrisman to Frank and Susan Lester, $202,000
Big Horn Park Filing #1, Lot 61 – Douglas and Le Ann Leigh to Michael and Debra Cooper, $30,000
Blue Valley Acres Unit #2, Lot 15, Block 9 – Stephan Arndt and Laurel Winn-Arndt to Christa Kopp-Weaver, $264,000
Innsbruck-Val Moritz Sub (1) Lot 27, Block 16 – Wells Fargo Bank NA to Federal National Mortgage Association, $359,222.68
Columbine Lake Lot 16, Block 8 – Clinton and Shirley Durkop to Thomas and Susan Ulrich, $165,000
Grand Lake Block 27, Lots 3,4, Partial Legal – See Documents – Marsha Wahlen to Todd and Amanda Hammerlund, $22,000
Grand Lake Block 1, Lot 6 – Michael Warner to Robert and Joyce Vecchairelli, $244,000
Silverado II Condo Unit 621, Bldg 6 – James and Patricia Vonick to IRA Resources Inc FBO Cheryll Brown Roth IRA 35-21873, Cheryll Brown Roth IRA 35-21873, Hankey Roger TSTE, Hankey Brown Solo Roth 401K, Hankey Brown Solo 401K, $139,000
Summit Trail Lodge Condominiums Unit H5, Bldg H – Patrick and Sue Walentosky to Seth and Nancy Portner, $150,000
Granby Ranch Filing 1, Lot 6 – 110 Blue Sage LLC to Chris and Dana Stehno, $419,900
Peak View Sub Exempt & Voyvodic-Shumway Lot 1 – Robert and Susan Voyvodic to Jeffrey and Sally Tichota, $565,000
Innsbruck-Val Moritz Sub (1) Lot 17, Block 17 – Anthony DiMarco to Judith Pugh, $380,250
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Approaching a year after the East Troublesome Fire destroyed 366 homes, including 132 belonging to fulltime Grand County residents, there are still a few families that haven’t been able to find stable housing.