Grand County Real Estate Transactions, Oct. 18-24, 2015
Grand County transactions Oct. 18-24
Cedar Creek Townhomes MS & AMD Lot 5, Block 4, WP Village Unit 1 – Kindred Properties LLC to Matthew and Rachel Fehr, $135,000
Meadow Ridge Lodges Court 22 A&B Unit 12 – Timothy and Kimberley Brown to Matthew Fenimore, $155,000
Beaver Village Flg #3, Bldg 18, Unit 202 – Douglas J Patry Living Trust Agreement to Karl and Margaret Schroll, $203,000
Lake Forest 1st Addn Subdivision Lot 26, Block 1 – Colorado Group LLC 1 to Michael Casas and Therese Blackwell, $175,000
Faraklas S Minor Subdivision Tract IV – Fred A Wittlinger Descendants Trust to Fraser Valley Center LLC, $120,000
Eagle Ridge on the Summit-PH 1, Unit 11, Block Alpenglo – James and Janet Courtney to Scott, Marcelle and Bruce Dalton, $159,900
Cairns Docking Area Block 1, Lots 11,12 – Richard and Deborah Sisung to Sweetman Family LLC, $15,000
Winter Park Highlands Unit 3, Lot 18 – IRA David Trust, Laura D Hale Trust to Scott Hedblom, $390,000
Coyote Creek at Winter Park Unit 6, Lot 24 – Block Revocable Living Trust to Thomas Saele, $308,000
Gore City Addn to Kremmling Block 22, Lots 8,9; Gore City Addn to Kremmling Lot 7 Partial Legal – See Document – Grand Mountain Bank FSB to Ruben and Betty Andrade, $160,000
Columbine Lake Lot 17, Block 6 – Johnston GL LLC to Bradley and Marcie Cornish, $470,000
Winter Park Ranch 3rd Filing Lot 13, Block 2 – Aaron and Norma Sanders to Jim and Sue Reeves, $567,500
Idlewild Meadows Subdivision Lot 27 – Lewis J McGrath Revocable Trust to Christopher, Keri and Robert Churchich, $255,000
Colorado Anglers Club #1 Block 4, Lot 10; Colorado Anglers Club #1 Block 2, Lot 8 – RME Holdings LLC to Aldo W Huerta Custi, $32,000
Colorado Anglers Club #1 Block 4, Lot 7; Colorado Anglers Club #1 Block 6, Lot 7 – RME Holdings LLC to Jorge Ramirez Fonzeca, $35,000
Trailhead Lodges Lodge 3, Unit 331 – Summit Legend Trailhead Inc to Destry and Lisa Gillette, $275,236.47
Inn at SilverCreek PH II Condo Unit 605 – Michael and Helen Placente to Taji Martinez, $30,000
High Pastorale Filing #1, Lot 7 – Thomas and Dena Jones to Bruce Sorensen, $280,000
Millers Inn Condominiums Unit 4, Bldg Alpine Fir, Garage Unit 2 – Monica Johnson to Zachariah Lloyd IV, $167,900
Scanloch Subdivision Block 11, Lots 18,19,20,21 – Harry Wade Duckwall Irrevocable Trust to Jeffrey Potts and Kimberly Berkey, $180,000
Blue Valley Acres Unit #2, Lot 4, Block 3 – Mitchell and Julie Andrews to Hugh Knight, $315,000
Telemark Condominiums Unit 520, Bldg E – Mark and Stephanie Roberts to Caroline Sharp and Maurice Sharp III, $330,000
Winter Park Meadows Condo Unit 5B – Mark and Janet Harrington to Russell and Angelia Pennington, $48,000
Granby Ranch Filing 10, Lot 29 – Sherry Krohn to Sherry L Krohn Revocable Trust, $500
East Mountain Filing 9, Lots 1,2,3,4,5,6,15,16 – Rendezvous Colorado LLC to Rendezvous Homes LLC, $320,000
Meadow Ridge Lodges Court 24, Unit 5 – Bradley and Diana Sweetwood to Irmgard Mannix, $178,000
Inn at SilverCreek PH I Condo Unit 215 – Deborah A Mittelsteadt McDaniel to John and Karen Wedding, $25,000
Como Condo Unit 1 – Dale and Teri Mingilton to William and Lisa Peretti, $155,000
Lake Kove Resubdivision TRT 2, Bldg Zone 11 – Donald H Hernor Trust to Laurence Colletti, $925,000
Shores of Shadow Mountain FP Lot 9 – John and Kelly Eisinger to Melissa Franklin, $1,100,000
Old Park Filing #3, Lot 20, Block A – Laura Landre to Eric Bartel, $34,999
Graber Hinds Outright Exemption TRT 2 – Robert and Ann Hinds to James and Susan Mundell, $120,000
Blue Valley Acres Unit #2, Lot 10, Block 10 – Charles and Janet Schayer to Powell Family Trust, $369,000
Sunset Ridge Filing #1, Lot 2, Block 2 – David and Stefanie Feek to John and Stephanie Niedzwiecki, $712,000
Ridge, Meadow Ridge-Needleseye Unit 1 – 4699 Marion Inc to Christopher and Cheray McLaughlin, $335,000
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Grand County’s real estate transactions April 4-10 were worth more than $20 million combined.