Grand County Real Estate Transactions, Sept. 13-19, 2015
Grand County transactions Sept. 13-19
Pole Creek Valley Subdivision Lot 66 – Richard and Elizabeth Chadwick to William Bland, $415,000
Reserve at Elkhorn Ridge Subdivision Lot 4 – Patrick and Cheryl Hillard to William and Karyl Stewart, $870,000
Colorado Anglers Club #1, Lot 28, Block 11 – Kevin and Pamela Ortell to Richard and Brenda Graff, $19,000
Cozens Meadow at Grand Park Lot 15 – Grand Park Homes LLC to Philip and Nancy Seeger, $747,138
Beaver Village Flg #2, Bldg 2, Unit 103 – Dianne Taylor to Corey and Katherine Gray, $189,500
Gore Lakes Unit #2, Lot 20 – David Goldberg to Margaret Rohan, $164,000
Meadow Ridge Lodges Court 2, Unit 2 – Dawn Browne to Charles and Kimberly Andrew, $137,000
Lakeview Waterside West Condos As Built Unit 208, Bldg C, Garage Unit M – Carl Burnett, Egan Nathaniel to Richard Rusak Revocable Trust and Danese Rusak Revocable Trust, $216,500
Longview Addn/Hot Sulphur Sprgs Block 5, Lots 16,17,18,19,20,21 – Dale and Loy Mabley to John Erickson, $225,000
Tally Ho Ranch Estates Lot 5 – John and Laura Meredith to Trevon and Amanda Zeigler, $690,000
Columbine Lake Block 6, Bldg 1 – James Demersseman and Sheryl McBride to Scott and Courtney Belknap, $289,000
Hi Country Haus Bldg 3, Unit 12 – Johnathan Garvin and Teri Horner to Dena Brehmer, $106,000
Pine Beach Subdivision Hillside Addn Lot 10, Block 7 – Arnold Boisdrenghien to Lisa Kohler, Nathan Hammes, Jonathan West, $54,000
Meadow Ridge Lodges Court 4, Unit 3 – John and Stephanie Neidzwiecki to Brian Johnson and Angelina McMullin, $114,500
Meadow Ridge Lodges Court 7, Unit 9 – Lloyd O Knapp Trust to Nicole and Eric Stanczak Jr, $134,000
Coyote Creek at Winter Park Unit 19, Lot 24 – Daniel and Leann Ostheimer, Paul Pelis to Steven Hurlbert, $307,500
Mountainside at SilverCreek B U 60 – Robert and Mary Beth Treadway to James Trowbridge and Christine Yang, $127,000
Osprey Subdivision Lot 4 – Ben Thorsheim to Quentin Smith and Helen Thorsheim, $70,000
Moraine Park Lot 40, Block 5 – Carol Winten to Rebecca Allison, $99,500
Pole Creek Meadows Lot 6, Block 5 – Joseph A Jehn Revocable Trust to Steven and Judith Walter, $675,000
Kremmling Country Addition Lot 11, Block 4 – Express Homes LLC to John Singer and Pamela Barkley, $219,000
Columbine Lake Lot 38, Block 6 – George Tim Holden Revocable Trust and Joyce Lee Holden Revocable Trust, Anthony and Molly Krenz to Ronald and Michelle Dougan, $259,000
Coyote Creek at Winter Park Unit 36, Lot 24 – Rondeau Construction Inc to Matthew and Holly Glick, $307,000
Trailhead Lodges Lodge 3, Unit 323 – Summit Legend Trailhead Inc to Miller Family Trust, $477,163.64
Telemark Condominiums Unit 592, Bldg C – Stuart and Marita Nickell to Todd and Julie Metcalf, $525,000
Y-Lee Subdivision Lot 12, Block 1 – Daniel and Nancy Schmidt to Robert Kortum, $210,000
Winter Park Lodge II Bldg F, Unit 304 – Frank and Anne Pilkington to Michael and Joan Good, $188,000
Spruce Ridge Townhomes Lot 12 – Charles and Margaret Struckhoff to Matthew Winter and Wendy Reeves, $370,000
Beaver Village Flg #2, Bldg 5, Unit 204 – Om Khanna to Jon and Carrie Rodgers, Toby and Mika Slough, $174,000
Inn at SilverCreek PH I Condo Unit 549 – Alicia Bailey to Russell Grabois, $21,500
Junction Ranch Subdivision Lot 10 – William and Cheryl Carlisle to John Lehman and Christal McDougall, $79,950
Mountainside at SilverCreek B U 52 Timeshare 052135; Mountainside at SilverCreek B U 56 Timeshare 056129 – Jack and Rosemary Emerick to Mountainside SilverCreek Timeshare Owners Association, $500
Mountainside at SilverCreek B U 3 Timeshare 003120 – Kevin, Sandra and Kurtis Stelzer to Mountainside SilverCreek Timeshare Owners Association, $500
Hi Country Haus Bldg 4, Unit 6 – Arthur Ferrari to James Allen and Kelly Harr, $69,900
Shadow Lake Villas Subdivision Lot 8 – David and Linda Roller to RME Holdings LLC, $925,000
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