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Real Estate transactions for July 30 to Aug. 5, 2010

2542 Ski Trail Lane

Seller: Habitat Design and Construction Co.

Buyer: Ronald J. and Maureen T Hammond



Sale date: July 30, 2010

Sale price: $2.4 million

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Property description: 4,821-square-foot, two- and three-story, four-bedroom, four-bath duplex built in 2007. Previously fell out of a contracted sale at $4 million.

635 S. Lincoln Ave.

Seller: Francis C. Cefaratti Trust

Buyer: Central Park Investments LLC

Sale date: July 30, 2010

Sale price: $1 million

Property description: 2,184-square-foot commercial building at lot 3 and the replat of lot 2 in the Rubish Subdivision remodeled in 1984 and used as a car wash

1800 Medicine Springs Drive

Seller: Kayle and Rebecca Neeley and Jim and Janell Burgon

Buyer: Henry F. Skelton II and Ann M. Skelton

Sale date: July 30, 2010

Sale price: $949,000

Property description: 1,790-square-foot, four-bedroom, four-bath condominium 5110 in Emerald Lodge at Trappeurs Crossing, sold for $940,000 in November 2007.

Listing agent: Jon Wade, Colorado Group Realty

Buyers agent: Jon Wade, Colorado Group Realty

54737 Routt County Road 129

Seller: Allen Johannes Heim Trust and Lauren C. Heim Yager

Buyer: Terrence and Mary Erlenborn

Sale date: July 30, 2010

Sale price: $150,000

Property description: 837-square-foot, two-bedroom, two-bath townhome Fishook at Glen Eden filing 2, last purchased for $63,700 in May 1995.

32605 McKinnis Trail

Seller: Yampa Valley Real Estate Solutions LLC

Buyer: Surin Techarukpong

Sale date: Aug. 2, 2010

Sale price: $240,000

Property description: 2,156-square-foot, four-bedroom, two-bath, single family home on lots 4 and 5 Fox Estats filing 1. Remodeled in 1978 and coming out of foreclosure on a previous owner.

126 Oak Ridge Circle, Oak Creek

Seller: Jeff D. and Lisa R. Moore

Buyer: Jack H. Lewis

Sale date: Aug. 2, 2010

Sale price: $289,000

Property description: 2,382-square-foot, four-bedroom, three-bath single family home on 0.15-acre lot 40 in sierra View Subdivision. Built in 2007, it was valued for taxes at $362,580.

Eagle Ridge Drive

Seller: Stonewood Development Corp.

Buyer: Saint Resources LLC

Sale date: Aug. 2, 2010

Sale price: $1.555 million

Property description: 3,890-square-foot, four-bedroom, 3.5-bath townhome unit 14 at Stonewood, built in 2009.

2000 Ski Time Square Drive

Seller: Richard C. and Carol A. Thoele Williams

Buyer: Charles M. and Halina A. Palmer

Sale date: Aug. 3, 2010

Sale price: $660,000

Property description: 1,652-square-foot, two-bedroom, three-bath condominium 206 in building South at Kutuk. Built in 1982 and sold for $375,000 in February 2002.

Mount Werner Circle

Seller: SV Timbers Steamboat LLC

Buyer: Wildhorse Meadows Property Ownership LLC – Brent Pearson agent

Sale date: Aug. 3, 2010

Sale price: $274,500

Property description: Commercial condominium 310 in One Steamboat Place

55900 Hannah’s Way Clark

Seller: Entelco Corp

Buyer: Franciscus Hijkoop

Sale date: Aug. 5, 2010

Sale price: $1.06 million

Property description: 51.21-acre building lot 12 in Murphy-Larsen Ranch near Clark.

Total sales — $8,577,500

2345 Après Ski Way

Seller: Diane E. Henning

Buyer: Chad E. and Linda M. Perniciaro

Sale date: Aug. 4, 2010

Sale price: $25,750

Property description: One-tenth interval in Four-bedroom, four-bath condominium 116 in the Phoenix at Steamboat.

Total timeshare sales — $25,750

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