Grand County real estate transactions, June 9-15: Totaling $10,888,344.65
Transactions from June 9 to June 15, 2019.
Elk Creek at Grand Park Filing No 4, Lot 56 – Grand Park Homes LLC to James Resnick and Jill Edwards, $596,695
Grandview Highlands Filing No 1, Lot 7, Block 4 – Todd Gold to James Lowry IV, $53,200
Rabbit Ears Village Subdivision Lot 139 – Kevin and Mary McOwen to Mike Pagel, $40,000
Himebaughs 1stAddition Hot Sulphur Springs Block 3, Lots 42,43,44,45,46 – Max L Webel Declaration Trust and Kathryn M Webel Trust to Mark Johnson, $20,000
Longview Addn/Hot Sulphur Springs Block 1, Lots 18,19,20 – Marcus Davis to Mark Stringfellow, $21,500
Frontier Investment Company Addition to Kremmling Block 27, Lots 15,16 – James J Doyle Trust and Suzanne Doyle Trust to Suzanne J B Doyle Trust, $500
Columbine Lake Lot 28, Block 7 – Jane Stotts Trust to Aurel Burtis, $469,000
Elk Creek at Grand Park Filing No 4, Lot 59 – Grand Park Homes LLC to John Loupe, $482,124
Soda Springs Ranch Filing 1, Unit 2B – Chris and Douglas Jenks to Thomas Jochems Trust Agreement and Michele Marcello Trust Agreement, $150,000
Grand Lake Block 29, Lots 5,6 – 408 Park Avenue LLC to Stephan Kudron and Jennifer Brown, $190,000
Casa Grande Estates Lot 19 – Henry Phelps to Robert Maguire Jr, $80,000
Clubhouse Cabins & Village at Saddle Ridge Lot C7 – Park Plaza Investors LLC to Ali Erdogmus, $15,000
SEC 18 TWP 4N R 77W Partial Legal – See Document; SEC 13 TWP 4N R 78W Partial Legal – See Document – Kathryn Wood Carner Trust to TMII Development LLC, $580,000
Sunnyshore Park First Filing Lot 26, Block 1 – August and Diane Mantia to Kurt and Kathryn De Venecia, $685,000
Willhite Subdivision TRT 3 – Aurel Burtis to EAT 1904 LLC, $450,000
Iron Horse Building D, Condo Unit 3084 – Neil and Jennie Snyder to Bradley and Christine Cillian, $212,000
Arrow at Winter Park Townhomes Lot 1, Block 3 – Arrow at Winter Park Inc to Michael and Catherine Duvendack, $721,589
Mountainside at SilverCreek B U 3 Timeshare 003128 – Bruce Marinace to Mountainside SilverCreek Timeshare Association, $500
First Valley Addn to Granby Lot 3, Block 2 – Deanna McLain to Robert, Ross and Deanne Kalsow, $340,000
East Mountain Filing 6, Lot 108 – Colton and Maria King to John and Michelle Moran, $925,000
Trademark Condo Bldg 6, Unit 1 – Lee Mardesen to Tick Tock Properties LLC, $879,000
Village at Wildhorse Grand Elk Ranch & Club Lot E1 – P Four LLC to Kathy Davanzo, $24,000
Iron Horse Building D, Condo Unit 4064 – Debbie Rubin to Rosario and Raj Obilisundar, $233,000
Granby Ranch 1B, Lot 11 – Carl and Stephanie Streeter to Elizabeth and Oke Johnson III, $600,700
Lakeside at Pole Creek Townhomes Unit 25A – Frank and Marianne Gerry to Keith and Elizabeth Riesberg, $539,900
Grand Meadows Lot 5, Block 1 – John and Morgan Keeler to Heikela Wilson, $310,000
Twin Rivers Condo Unit 2, Bldg Confluence – Daniel Fisher to Frank Dignam Living Trust and Beverley Dignam Living Trust, $285,700
Elk Creek at Grand Park Filing No 4, Lot 39 – Grand Park Homes LLC to Ophir and Sheryl Rahmani, $695,588
Indian Peaks Bldg A, Condo Unit 303, Week 23 – Amy Dollash and Eric Hrabak to Indian Peaks Interval Owners Association, $500
Longview Addn/Hot Sulphur Springs Block 18, Lots 1,2,3,4,5,6; Longview Addn/Hot Sulphur Springs Block 17, Lot 15 – Jackwhacker LLC to Neow Again LLC, $75,000
East Mountain Filing 9, Lot 32; East Mountain Filing 9, Lot 32G – Rendezvous Homes LLC to Myles and Jennifer Behr, $539,848.65
Grand Lake Lot 13, Block 22 – LJH LLC to Erik and Robynn Makineni, $585,000
Grand View Park AFP Lot 29 – Gregory and Marina Kushnir to David Finn, $38,000Pine Beach Subdivision Lot 8, Block 4 – Francwest LLC to Connor Livingston, $50,000
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