Grand County Real Estate Transactions, March 2-March 8
Lakota Flg 6, Tract E, Lot 6 – Canter Family Revocable Living Trust to John and Mindy Roehll, $490,000
Soda Creek Condo First AMD Soda Springs AMD Unit 1 D – David and Ellen Lynn to Donn Bower and Angela Klenzman-Bower, $130,000
Granby Ranch Filing 3, Lot 9 – David Crumley to Anthony and Amy Nichols, $42,000
Columbine Condos Unit 1 – Mary Gorman to Travis Keeley and Irene Glazer, $140,000
Sawmill Station Townhomes Unit 6C – SK Squared Investments LLC to Dale and Bonnie Book, $370,000
Hi Country Haus Bldg 14, Unit 9 10 – Raymond and Delores Lowe, Thomas Weng/Wengh to Thomas and Jennifer Day, $159,000
Alpine Park Subdivision Lot 76, Block 4 – Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation to Bjorn and Kristine Collins, $210,000
East Mountain Filing 6, Lot 106 – Greg and Beckie Harman to Garett and Rebecca Jones, $780,930
Trailhead Lodges Lodge 4, Unit 414 – Summit Legend Trailhead Inc to Chris and Larina McClain, $365,000
Winter Park Ranch 2nd Filing, Lot 13, Block 4 – Mountain Peek LLC to Scott and Sandra Johnson, $425,000
Iron Horse Bldg D, Condo Unit 3044 – KG Capital LLC to Alejandro Ramirez and Rosemary Jennings, $100,000
Granby Ranch Filing 1B, Lot 31 – William Lyon Homes Inc, Village Homes, NVH WIP LLLP to DLCLAC Trust, $611,900
Beaver Village Flg #2, Bldg 2, Unit 101 – Carol Reeves to Robert Griss and Alletta Bode, $140,000
Valentine Subdivision Lot 7 – Richard N Sonntag Trust to Kim and Brooke Harris, Jason Kleinert, $261,000
Grandview II Townhomes Lot 3 – Jean Gryzmala to Peirong Yu and Yanli Tan, $400,000
Granby Ranch Filing 2, Lot 12 – Gabriel and Phyllis Kalenian to Allister Lam and Yasuko Kunimoto, $411,880
857 Townhomes As Built FP Unit 3 – Clark Family Partners LP to Diane Erdbruegger, $453,000
Timber Run Condo Unit P3, Parking Spaces 7 & 8 – Alan McHargue to Scott and Martha Jentz, $460,000
Grand Lake Lot 3, Block 11 – Grand Champions RE LLC to Jesus Varela and Maria Rios, $550,000
Ranch Mesa Condo Unit 1 – James Miller and Stephanie Buss to Timothy and Donna Pepe, $182,000
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