Grand County Real Estate Transactions March 11 to March 17
SEC 12 TWP 2N R 81W Partial Legal – See Document – Jack and Theodora Osburn to Brian and Amy Mahon, $373,000
Wildwood at Winter Park Ranch Lot 8 – Wildwood LLC to Michael and Stephanie Katz, $240,000
Lakeview Waterside West Condos As Built Unit 110, Bldg A – Daniel Lipman to Anthony Simon and Angela Betker, $210,000
Base Camp One Condos Unit 304R – Dundee Base Camp LLC to William and Lynea Clark, $214,305
Mountain Terrace Townhomes Lot 7 – River Rocks Development LLC to Ben Vanek Jr., $540,000
Kremmling Country Addition Lot 6, Block 1 – Wells Fargo Bank NA to Secretary Housing Urban Development, $272,375.41
Edgewater Resort The First Administrative Replat of Lot 30 – Fannie Mae Federal National Mortgage Association to Josh and Sarah Axelson, $155,000
Inn at SilverCreek PH II Condo Unit 528 – Kelly and Vicki Fox to PA Enterprise LLC, $28,500
Innsbruck-Val Moritz Sub (1) Lot 48, Block 21 – PNC Bank National Association, National City Bank to Hometown Homes Development LLC, $7,500
Innsbruck-Val Moritz Sub (1) Lot 24, Block 12 – PNC Bank National Association, National City Bank to Hometown Homes Development LLC, $7,500
Great Divide Head Lettuce Colony TRT 71 and TRT 72 Partial Legal – See Documents – Grand Mountain Bank FSB to Elk Meadow Ranches 1 LLC, $350,000
Valley View Subdivision Lot 6 – Greg and Heidi Gardner to Trueman and Wendy Hoffmeister, $249,000
Lakeview Subdivision Unit 6, Bldg A – Charles C Caudill Trust Declaration to Martha and William Brunkhorst II, $135,000
High Seasons 1,2,3,4 Condos Unit 18 – David Siegfried to Jim Creek Investments LLC, $105,000
Inn at SilverCreek PH II Condo Unit 623 – Darell Tymoczko to Steven Studt, $45,000
Pole Creek Meadows Lot 33, Block 2 – Garth and Jill Eichler to John and Pamela Oliver, $445,000
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The man who died in Grand County’s most recent fatal avalanche asphyxiated after being pinned by his snowmobile on Mt. Epworth outside Winter Park, according to the final report from the Colorado Avalanche Information Center.