Grand County Real Estate Transactions Oct. 19-25, 2014
Grand County transactions Oct. 19-25
Bavarian Village Condo Unit 5, Bldg A – James and Darlene Hannon to Thomas and Patricia Williamson, Terra and Edward Plute III, $167,500
Sawmill Station Townhomes Unit 10D – Robert Gnuse to James and Julie Ploughman, $365,000
Winter Park Highlands Unit 4, Lot 46 – Silvestri Living Trust to Thomas and Tamara Beaton, $360,000
Granby Ranch Filing 5 First Administrative Plat Lot 23 – Michael and Tracy Leonard, Richard and Jani Flynn to Thomas and Heidi Whitehouse, $285,000
Bear Crossing Town Homes Lot 18 – Bear Crossing LLC to Sally O’Neill, $430,000
Mesa Vista Subdivision Lot S39 – NCM Acquisitions LLC to Roberta Farcas, $215,000
SEC 12 TWP 3N R 76W – David Butler Living Trust and Valerie Butler Living Trust to Rock Navarkal, $489,800
Grand Lake Lot 1, Block 41 – Gerald and Debra Petris to Brent Solman and Sharon Montini, $199,900
Columbine Lake Block 3, Lots 30,31 – Marie S Kidd to Gregory and Angela Kreiling, $310,000
Pine Beach Subdivision Lot 10, Block 8 – Ralph and Dee Nance to Simon and Candice O’Connor, $299,900
Elk Mountain Subdivision Exemption TRT 2 – Lois Phillips to Michael Seay, $120,000
Alpine Park Subdivision Lot 27, Block 3 – Eric and Patricia Carrico to Gregory Brown, $196,000
Trail Creek Estates 2nd Filing, Lot 97 – Sexton Family Trust to John Webster, $65,000
Grand Meadows Granby Lot 11, Block 4 – Grand Mountain Bank FSB to Rhonda Busse, $105,000
Spruce Ridge Townhomes Unit 28 – Spruce Ridge LLC to Mishthi Hanson, $519,900
Gore City Addn to Kremmling Block 22, Lots 1,2,3,4 – Express Homes LLC to Gavlin Bohall, $165,000
Old Park Filing #5, Lot 9, Block B – Aaron Lynn to James Wynd, $48,000
Fraser Crossing-Founders Pointe Condominium Unit 3418 – Mary Boschen to Steven Niessner, $164,000
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