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Grand County real estate transactions, Sept. 29-Oct. 5

Grand County’s real estate transactions from Sept. 29-Oct. 5 were worth more than $19.4 million combined.

• Innsbruck-Val Moritz Sub Lot 18, Block 17 – Donald and Toni Hill to Gary and Lynette Penny, $705,000

• Gore City Addition Lot G, Block 16; Gore City Addn to Kremming Partial Legal – See Document – Erik Woog to Aaron Elliott, $439,000

• Snowblaze Bldg E, Condo Unit 305 – Michael Penney to Sherrie Taggart, $160,000

• Inn at SilverCreek PH II Condo Unit 648 – Isaac and Maria Rath to Sherrie Taggart, $157,000

• Mountainside at SilverCreek C U 97 Timeshare 097644; Mountainside at SilverCreek C U 109 Timeshare 109649 – James and Rebecca Denny to Mountainside SilverCreek Timeshare Association, $500

• SEC 16 TWP 1S R 76W Partial Legal – See Document – Thomas and Melissa Griffin to 100 Acre Wood LLC, $400,000

• Columbine Lake Lot 28, Block 9 – Richard and Cheryl Wasko to Karpinski Family LLC, $87,000

• The Harbor AFP Unit 7 – Peter and Linda Mihnos to Timothy and Laura Rady, $220,000

• Granby Lake Shore Estates Lot 7 – Michael and Kelly Detter to Daniel and Karen Markham, $165,000

• Old Joslin Ranch Partial Legal – See Document – Declaration Revocable Trust John J Serrell to Jack and Sally Zilis, $1,125,000

• Timbers Condominiums Unit 3, Bldg 7; Timbers Condominiums Garage Space No 3 – Todd and Laurie Sellden, Gary and Jane Fisher to Gwendolyn and David Crawford II, $452,500

• Lakota Flg 6, Tract E, Lot 25 – Steve and Julie Griffin to Michael and Stephanie Rosenthal, $151,000

• Ten Mile Creek Estates Lot 18 – Quick-Lea Land LLC to Jayson and Hannah Harris, Angela Kennedy Toon Revocable Trust, $282,000

• Sunnyside Addn to Grand Lake Lot 11, Block 6 – Anthony and Barbara Capra to Capra Family Trust, $500

• Sunnyside Addn to Grand Lake Lot A, Block 5 Partial Legal – See Document – Anthony and Barbara Capra to Capra Family Trust, $500

• Frontier Investment Company Addition to Kremmling Lots 5,6,7,8,9,10, Block 36 – Sheila Carpenter to Erik Woog, $40,000

• Drake Minor Subdivision Lot E; Gandy Dancer Townhomes Drake Minor Sub Lot 1, Lot E – John Dorwart to Will and Jennifer Lemaire, $411,500

• Sundance West Condo Lot 6, Block 1 – Barbara Barrow to Michael and Jennifer Elliott, $664,900

• Silversage Subdivision Lot 1, Block 3 – Wilcox Swanson LLC to Thomas and Ann Williams, $18,000

• Iron Horse Phase I, Bldg J, Condo Unit J3209 – Jessen Fahey to Jeffrey and Lauren Fifield, $455,000

• Innsbruck-Val Moritz Sub Lot 17, Block 19 – Christine and Don Mottinger Jr to Joe and Patty Smith, $31,000

• Inn at SilverCreek PH I Condo Unit 322 – Travis Johnson to Glenda and Sam Sinardi, Parker Clonts, $130,000

• Grand Meadows AMD No 1, Lot 27A – Sally Ryman to Keith Sergent and Carly Newton, $260,000

• Grand View Park AFP Lot 26 – Danny and Jessica Blair to Andrew and Alison Williams, $477,750

• Hill Addition to Kremmling Lot 2 – Harlan Land to Karmen Vialpando, $270,000

• SEC 28 TWP 4N R 81 Partial Legal – See Document; SECS 32,33,34 TWP 4N R 81W Partial Legal –See Documents; SEC 3 TWP 3N R 81W Partial Legal – See Document – Daniel L Ritchie Corporation to Commerce Place Inc, $1,800,000

• East Mountain Filing 6, Lot 124 – Matthew and Margot McKee to Maksim and Marina Lepikhina, $715,000

• Grand Lake Estates 2nd Filing, Block 12, TRT A Partial Legal – See Document – James and Mary Cervenka, Sharon King to McCarthy 401(K) Plan Trust, $100,000

• Mountain View Condos Units 1,2,3,4,5 – James and Mary Cervenka, Sharon King to Center Drive LLC, $800,000

• Village at Grand Park Filing 2, Lot 12C – Grand Park Development LLC to Kremling Memorial Hospital District, $2,624,925

• Haikus Cove Subdivision Unit 2, Bldg B – Daniel and Jodi Holtrop to Kayla Mihalcin and Daniel Morrissey Jr, $294,000

• Summit Trail Lodge Condominiums Unit H4 – Mathew Martin to Margaret Lore, $275,000

• Meadow Ridge Lodges Court 22A, Unit 3 – Margaret Lore to Todd and Deidra Gonzales, $212,550

• Edgewater Resort The First Administrative Replat of Lot 4 – Nancy Mainelli to Brady Miller and Todd Kack, $355,000

• Silversage Subdivision Lot 30, Block 3 – Patrick and Patricia Janick to Dennis and Christine Newell, $37,500

• Tumblewood Condos Unit C – Gregory and Rene Gibbs to Daniel and Jamie Wenger, $430,000

• Miller Subdivision TRT 21 – Jim Creek Investments LLC to JC-WPC Properties LLC, $500

• Hideaway Park Lots 4,5, Block 1 Partial Legal – See Documents – Jim Creek Investments LLC to JC-WPC Properties LLC, $500

• Lakota Flg 4, Tract D, Lot 44 – Jim Creek Investments LLC to JC-WPC Properties LLC, $500

• High Seasons Condo 4, Unit 18- Jim Creek Investments LLC to Snowshoe Properties LLC, $500

• Columbine Condos Unit 8 – Gale Riggs and Linda Andersson to Frank and Julie Rylak, $225,000

• Shadow Park West Condo PH II, Unit 9D – Joel Wiser and Sabine Gruensfelder to Nicholas and Linda Fortunato, $275,000

• Grand Lake Lot 9, Block 5 – Spitzmiller Legacy Investments LLC to Grand Champions RE LLC, $300,000

• Kicking Horse Lodges Unit 5 101, Bldg 5, Bldg Maverick – Andrzej and Katarzyna Lapsa to Shawn Garrett, $249,000

• Grand Meadows Granby Lot 16, Block 2 – Holly Wood to Tyler, Susan and Harry Hutchins, $295,000

• Shadow Estates Lot 1 – James and Linda Abrahamsen to George and Lori Forster, $699,000

• Bear Crossing Town Homes Lot 40 – Richard and Suzanne Emery to Christine Ranney, $805,000

• Old Park Filing #2, Lot 3, Block C – Joseph Vuletich to Layne Nelson, $92,500

• Moose Creek Townhomes Unit D; Moose Creek Townhomes Lot D 1 – Louise Moriarty Living Trust to Todd and Laurie Sellden, Gary and Jane Fisher, $850,000

• SEC 2 TWP 1N R 75W Partial Legal – See Document – Jan and Mona Finley to Robert and Lindsey Grinde, $541,000

• Barts Park Subdivision Exempt TRT 2 – Marie B Johannes Declaration of Trust to Christopher Kinzler and Jennie Roberts, $375,000


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