Grand County Real Estate Transactions, May 24-30, 2015
Grand County transactions May 24-30
East Mountain Filing 7, Lot 106 – Rendezvous Homes LLC to John Fribance and Valerie Rome, $490,000
Shadow Park West Unit 7A – Stephen and Susan Munsinger to David and Kandi Kaeding, $159,000
Mountain Shadows Estates Lot M9 – James and Jill Colbeck to Timothy and Kimberly Van Stelle, $740,000
Sawmill Station Townhomes Phase 3, Unit 11E – Robin Zen to Christopher and Susan Pearson, $340,000
Eagles Ridge Sub Exempt Lot 3 – Jeffery and Tamara McMorris to Barry and Denise Ingold, $735,000
Snowblaze Bldg E, Condo Unit 319 – Jacques Thomas to Edward Lindgren, $89,000
Cozens Meadow at Grand Park Lot 22 – Grand Park Homes LLC to Garrett and Christina Fraser, $770,645
Leland Creek Sub Lot 5 – Shawn Heinrichs to Michael and Jacqueline Brannagan, $99,000
Inn at SilverCreek PH I Condo Unit 306 – Patrick and Juliette Pogue to Rick Inhofer, $46,500
Corona Condo Unit 8 – Joseph A Mason Trust and Mary G K Mason Trust to Reed Good and Katherine Brereton, $129,500
Soda Springs Ranch Condominiums Unit 23 TRT TC19 36 – David Knight to Janis Lutrick and Jill Jakowich, $68,000
River View Condo Unit 1 – Robert Lindig and Carolyn Fineran to Stephen and Ann Collings, $170,000
Vista at Timber Run Condo Unit 9, Garage Unit A – Loyal and Julie George to Marquess and Janell Lewis, $119,000
Broken Wagon Wheel Condominiums Unit 614 – James Cramer and Montana Smith to Greggory and Gaye Smith, $220,000
Innsbruck-Val Moritz Sub Lot 6, Block 16 – Jonathan and Darlene Nolting to Sharon McCarthy, $330,000
Lakeside at Pole Creek Townhomes Unit 9A – Mark and Corinne Warren to Charles and Kristen Ambrose, $408,500
Winter Park Highlands Unit 4, Lot 22 – Richard and Sherrie Kroman to Jason Brown and Jeffrey Leget, $368,600
Granby Ranch Filing 8, Lot 37 – John and Laurinda Frontz, William and Robin Fleming to Christopher and Eleanor Brown, $543,500
Summit at SilverCreek Bldg 3, Unit 3106 – Deborah Serba to Michael Jacobson, $35,000
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