Grand County Real Estate Transactions, March 22-28, 2015
Grand County Transactions, March 22-28
Grandview Villas Unit 102 – Global Asset Recovery LLC to 203 Landry Holdings LLC, $150,000
Columbine Lake Lot 96, Block 8 – Caleb Carroll to Steven and M Frances White, $212,500
Columbine Lake Lot 32, Block 10 – Barclay and Priscilla Corbus to Duane Rule and Emma Chanin, $482,000
Shadow Mountain Estates Lot 7 – Stansbery Family Trust to David and Jennifer Mayhew, $302,000
Mesa Vista Subdivision Lot D36 – Robert E Pritchard Revocable Trust to Ronald Janusz, Lesley and Storme Mathisen, $165,000
First Valley Addn to Granby Lot 16, Block 4 – Richard and Anina Romshek to Clarence and Margaret Powers, $299,000
Mesa Vista Subdivision Lot D37 – Robert E Pritchard Revocable Trust to Ronald Janusz, Lesley and Storme Mathisen, $155,000
Creekside at Winter Park Condo Unit 202 – Richard and Sarah Gan to Craig and Amy Gorman, $229,500
Elk Trail Townhome Condominiums Unit 7 – William and Kimberle Jackson to Jason and Ellen Winkler, $500,000
Big Horn Park Filing #1, Lot 41 – Lawrence and Stephen Quintana to James Poindexter, $174,000
Lakeview Waterside West Condos Bldg B, Garage Unit E – Jacqueline Eckl to Kathleen R Kubik Trust, $20,000
Byers Peek Townhomes Unit 4, Bldg 3 – George and Elizabeth Morgan to Stansbery Family Trust, $265,000
Eggert Subdivision Lot 11, Block 2 – John and Marcia Quinn to Erin Elliott, $118,000
Grand West Subdivision – Kremmling Lot 8, Block 2 – Jesse and Lisa Springer to Nicholas Franklin, $218,500
Lakeview Waterside West Condos Unit 303, Bldg B – Jacqueline Eckl to George and Kathleen Brown, $325,000
Longview Addn/Hot Sulphur Spgs Block 22, Lots 1,2,3,4 – Ashton Bullard to Zachary and Brooke Boor, $235,500
First Valley Addn to Granby Lot B, Block 1 – Scott Skidmore to Amy Gilbert Beach, $198,000
Lakota Flg 6, Tract E, Lot 31 – Teri K Felix 2002 Revocable Trust and Marco F Romani 2002 Revocable Trust to Steven and Angela Fuller, $450,000
Grand Lake Estates 1st Filing, Lot 2, Block 7 – Marjorie Shoemaker and Anna Zarlengo to Gregory and Colleen Kilfoy, $820,000
Granby Block 6, Lots 29,30,31,32 – Wells Fargo Bank NA TSTE, Park Place Securities Inc, Asset Backed Pass Through Certificates Series 2005-WCW3 to Larry and Wendy Carmichael, $125,000
Leland Creek Subdivision Lot 41 – 274 Leland Creek Circle LLLP to Carrie Ferguson, $115,000
Shoreline Landing Subdivision Lot 12 – Genevieve Marie Desjardins Revocable Trust to Gregory and Carol Armstrong, $697,500
Pole Creek Valley Subdivision Lot 19 – Millennium Bank, Centennial Bank to Tabernash Meadows Water Sanitation District, $75,000
Frontier Investment Company Addition to Kremmling Block 12, Lots 1,2,3,4,5,16,17,18,19,20; Block 12, Lot 11 Partial Legal – See Document/Includes Easements – Kremmling LLC to Kremmling Lodging LLC, $620,000
Columbine Lake Lot 2, Block 7 – Yorkshire Investment LLC to Jeffrey and Ann Breslaw, $440,000
SEC 13 TWP 3N R 76W Partial Legal – See Document – William and Elizabeth Williams to Steven Spry and Jolene Kindig, $399,000
Camp Washington Block 10, Lots 45,46,47 – Keith and Jeanette Luttrell to Christopher Weith, $160,000
Sunset Ridge Filing #1, Lot 8, Block 2 – Gloria Mongonia to Susan Cahill to Austin Degarmo, $109,000
Innsbruck-Val Moritz Sub Lot 43, Block 19 – West Rock Property Group LLC to James and Barbara Goodenow, $359,900
Coyote Creek at Winter Park Unit 25, Lot 24 – Steven and Catherine Selin to Jennifer and Christopher Kramp, $335,000
Beaver Village Flg #3, Bldg 20, Unit 301 – Richard and Sarah Lynn to Sean and Dayna Saunders, $225,000
SEC 14 TWP 1N R 80W Partial Legal – See Document – $1,000,000
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