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Real estate transactions for Jan. 22 to 28, 2010

■ One Steamboat Place at Aprés Ski Way

Seller: SV Timbers Steamboat LLC

Buyer: Richard and Cynthia Prince



Sale Date: Jan. 22, 2010

Sale Price: $495,000



Property Description: One-eighth interest in Residence Club condominium 406 at One Steamboat Place

■ 2550 Alpenglow Way

Seller: SV Timbers Steamboat LLC

Buyer: Geoffrey R. and Carries C. Langdon

Sale Date: Jan. 28, 2010

Sale Price: $415,000

Property Description: One-eighth interest in Residence Club condominium 405 at One Steamboat Place

Total timeshare sales — $910,000

■ 21215 Routt County Road 16 Oak Creek

Seller: Karen Ann Knopik

Buyer: Allan R. Hayes

Sale Date: Jan. 25, 2010

Sale Price: $195,200

Property Description: Undeveloped 5-acre lot in Bushy Creek Ranch

■ 580 Cheyenne Court

Seller: Andrew and Shelly Bisbee

Buyer: Fred N. Fuller

Sale Date: Jan. 25, 2010

Sale Price: $662,000

Property Description: 3,046-square-foot, four-bedroom, three-bath single-family home on .37 acres at Lot 15 filing 2 Mountain View Estates. Last sold for $608,000 in December 2004.

■ 2315 Storm Meadows Drive

Seller: Harry Benton Hostetler IV and Fredrick Micheal Hostetler

Buyer: William R. and Elaine M. Conrad

Sale Date: Jan. 25, 2010

Sale Price: $1.125 million

Property Description: 2,389-square-foot four-bedroom, 3.5-bath condominium 6 in Trails at Storm Meadows phae II. Previously sold for $629,500 in December 1997

■ 1750 Medicine Springs Drive

Seller: Caxton Street LLC

Buyer: Sam Properties VI LLC

Sale Date: Jan. 25, 2010

Sale Price: $1.14 million

Property Description: 1,875-square-foot, three-bedroom plus den, three bath, condominium unit 6112 in Bear Lodge at Trappeurs Crossing, with private courtyard, hot tub and fire pit

■ 2555 Evergreen Lane

Seller: Jefferson I. Morris and Nathan G. Morris

Buyer: Leonid and Ella Ioffe

Sale Date: Jan. 26, 2010

Sale Price: $809,900

Property Description: 2,711-square-foot, four-bedroom, four-bath townhome 11 filing two The Evergreens at Eagleridge, last sold for $550,000 in November 2003

■ 2545 Cattle Kate Circle

Seller: First Tracks at Wildhorse Medows LLC

Buyer: Mark A. and Janet McGillivray

Sale Date: Jan. 27, 2010

Sale Price: $333,000

Property Description: Condominium unit 4303 in First Tracks at Wildhorse Meadows

■ Village Drive

Seller: Timothy Bulicek

Buyer: Steven M. and Lisa Padilla Jones

Sale Date: Jan. 27, 2010

Sale Price: $302,500

Property Description: Condominium unit 1306 in Sunray Meadows Phase XIII

■ Address NA

Seller: WKM Investments

Buyer: David K. Williams

Sale Date: Jan. 27, 2010

Sale Price: $229,167

Property Description: Rural land parcel

■ 2545 Cattle Kate Circle

Seller: First Tracks at Wildhorse Medows LLC

Buyer: Douglas S. and Joanne J. Smith

Sale Date: Jan. 27, 2010

Sale Price: $205,250

Property Description: Condominium unit 4116 in First Tracks at Wildhorse Meadows

■ 34470 RCR 14

Seller: William D. and Kim K. Bue

Buyer: William Edwin Hoppe Jr. and Barbara Melson Hoppe

Sale Date: Jan. 28, 2010

Sale Price: $2.4 million

Property Description: 4,594-square-foot, five-bedroom, five-bath single-family home on 15.8 acres, with 3,528-square-foot out building, last sold for $2.24 million in May 2005.

■ 31040 Willow Lane

Seller: Henry L. Wilton and Judson H. Wilton

Buyer: Kelly Steven and Susan Acklerly Colfer

Sale Date: Jan. 28, 2010

Sale Price: $740,000

Property Description: 3,510-square-foot, four-bedroom, four-bath single-family home with four-car garage on 2 acres. Last sold for $610,000 in March 2005

■ 370 Old Fish Creek Falls Road

Seller: Timothy Andrew and Bridget S. Boehm

Buyer: Jason Peasley and Janet E. Murray

Sale Date: Jan. 28, 2010

Sale Price: $325,000

Property Description: 1,698-square-foot, three-bedroom, three-bath townhome at Steamboat Ridge

Total real estate sales — $8,467,017


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