Grand County Real Estate Transactions, May 1 to 7
Val Moritz Village 2nd Filing, Lot 4, Block 2 – Christopher and Crystal Harriet to Village Lot Owners Association Inc, $27,500
Val Moritz Village 2nd Filing, Lot 5, Block 2 – Christopher and Crystal Harriet to Wild Places Inc, $27,500
Grandview Villas Unit 312 – Joey and Valerie Busch to Todd and Jennifer Mancuso, $190,000
Innsbruck-Val Moritz Sub Lot 22, Block 14 – Thomas and Jessica Langusch to Ernest and Carol Sanelli, $460,000
Kremmling Country Addition Lot 9, Block 6 – Eric and Rebecca Guthrie to Jared and Rachel Sralla, $234,598
Shadow Crest Condo Unit 1A, Bldg 1 – James Kullhem Trust and Sharon Hall Trust to Todd and Dara Sowell, $207,000
Granby Lot 16, Block 6 – Michael and Diana Greubel to Kit Long, $140,000
Elk Run Winter Park Sub Flg 3, Lot 55 – Jason Moody to Travis and Alyssa Wildeboer, $100,000
Summit at SilverCreek Bldg 1, Unit 1304 – Sabine Damoiseau and Samuel Lipscomb Jr to Matthew and Lindsay McClellan, John and Laura Schmidt, $140,000
Mountainside at SilverCreek B U 97 Timeshare 033116- Michael and Christina Hughes to Mountainside SilverCreek Timeshare Association, $500
Shadow Crest Condo Unit 4A, Bldg 4 – M Gerald Montgomery to Hearl and Marianne Condon, $192,000
Grand Meadows Granby Lot 10, Block 4 – Shannon Foley to Simcox LLC, $171,500
Inn at SilverCreek PH I Condo Unit 401 – Kenneth Spencer III to Corrie Merritt, $25,000
Snowblaze Bldg E, Condo Unit 104 – Robert and Marjorie Frazee to Alexander Foster, $89,000
Inn at SilverCreek PH II Condo Unit 605 – Taji Martinez to Kent and Lynne Milton, $45,000
Granby Ranch Filing 5 First Administrative Plat Lot 31 – Terry, Bonnie, Adam and Tara Walker to Brandon McNeil and Scott Adams, $315,000
Clubhouse Cabins & Village at Saddle Ridge Lot C43 – Frederick and Dianne Cyr to Charles and Debra Plemmons, $430,000
Frontier Investment Company Addition to Kremmling Block 3, Lots 1,2,3,4,5,6,7; Frontier Investment Company Addition to Kremmling Partial Legal – See Document – Barry A DiDonato Trust to Brendan and Shirl Gale, $319,500
Sunset Ridge Estates Subex 3&4, Lot 12 – Charles and Melanie Barry to Christopher and Jennifer Huff, $175,000
Dexter Meadows/Dexter Ridge Lot 3; SEC 2 TWP 2N R 77W Partial Legal – See Document – WL Family Trust to JDR Investments LLC, $650,000
Far-View Subdivision Lot 3 Partial Legal – See Document – Vacant Mary LLC to M4 Outdoors LLC, $275,000
Gore City Block 3, Lots 19,20 – Nationstar Mortgage LLC to Brady and Jennifer Neumann, $110,000
Lions Gate Pines Lodge Condo Unit 123, Week 34 – Sunshine Daydream LLC to Diversified Capital Energy LLC, $500
Beaver Village Flg #3, Bldg 10, Unit 201 – Richard and Gwen Manzo to Kenneth Cilia, $180,000
Winter Park Highlands Greenridge Lot 63 – Constance and Harry Nolan Jr to Matthew and Kari Ansay, $555,000
Cabins at Porcupine Ridge Lot 15B – John and Heidi Fick to Scott and Anita Cubbage, $559,000
Riveracres 2nd Adn Mtn Meadows Lot 4, Block 1 – Jane Ashby to Brent and Donna McAllister, $12,500
Beaver Village Flg #2, Bldg 4, Unit 301 –Mark Rielly and Susan O’Connell Rielly to Charles and Margaret Weniger, $255,000
Meadow Ridge Lodges Court 16, Unit 7 – Nina and Eugene Scheffels III to David Collie and Melissa Trapp, $133,000
Blue Valley Acres Lot 17, Block 4 – Robert Thomas McElroy Living Trust to Brady and Jennifer Neumann, $60,000
Frontier Investment Company Addition to Kremmling Lots 1,2,3,4,5 Partial Legal – See Documents – Jason Wikberg to Rigoberto and Rosa Soto, $235,000
Evans Subdivision Lot 3, Block 1 – Steven and Gay Dzinski to David Rudolph, $232,000
Villa Harbor Subdivision Lot 23, Block 2 – Holly Casler to Leon and Patricia Noel, $37,953.85
Ice Box Estates Lot 28 – Nancy Watson to Edgar Amsden, $95,000
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Grand County’s real estate transactions Jan. 17-23 were worth more than $8.4 million combined.