Grand County Real Estate Transactions Nov 8-14
Grand Lake Estates 1st Filing Block 4, Lots 12,13 – Cameron and Megan Bertron to Ben Stetler, $419,000
Silvercrest Condo Unit 204, Bldg C – Margaret B McMillen Revocable Trust to Ryan Weier, $125,000
Pine Beach Subdivision Hillside Addn Lot 15, Block 6 – Mark and Michelle Lee to Ronald and Tessa Lambert, $39,000
Daven Haven Cottages FP Unit 34 – Gregory and Carey Barnes to William and Virginia Dahlberg, $112,000
Cozens Meadow at Grand Park Lot 47 – Grand Park Homes LLC to Erick Anderson and Christina Tennican, $506,650
Inn at SilverCreek PH II Condo Unit 414 – Barry and Cheryl Land to Steven and Kendra Taylor, $32,000
Perry L Miller Tracts Lot 37 – Dan and Jana Knox to Laurie Hickman, $152,750
Grand View Highlands Filing #1, Lot 9, Block 5 – Edward Benning to Edward T Benning Living Trust, $500
Innsbruck-Val Moritz Sub (1) Lot 58, Block 14 – Frankie Benning to Frankie K Benning Living Trust, $500
Kremmling Country Addition Lot 3, Block 7 – Thomas Adamson to Kenneth Dittlinger, $162,999
Hi Country Haus Bldg 5, Unit 6 – Jerry and Pamela White to Kelly Haley, $95,000
Blue Valley Acres Unit #2, Lot 18, Block 1 – Renei Bohrer to Theresa Barger, $260,000
Shadow Pointe Lot 1 – Edwin McDowell Jr to Howard and Irene Shaw, $710,000
Zephyr Mountain Lodge Unit 2502 – Dawn Taylor, Dawn Nelson to Eric and Sandra Schano $380,000
Colorado Anglers Club #1, Lot 6, Block 6 – Jay and Amanda Hammer to Paul and Erika Ko, $305,000
Hot Sulphur Springs Block 15, Lots 7,8- Gregory Ortez to Hot Sulphur Springs, $15,000
Trinder Subdivision TRT 8 Includes a Portion of Katherine Drive – George L Couzens Living Trust, George L Couzens Administrative Trust to JoAnna Manning, $150,000
Mountain Shadows Estates 2nd Amd Final PH 2, Lot R 12 – Joseph and Marit Faivre to Gregory and Michelle Bennett, $780,000
Trailhead Lodges Lodge 3, Unit 334 – Summit Legend Trailhead Inc to Joseph Bushroe and Sabine Schmidt, $387,194.98
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