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Routt County real estate transactions for March 7 to 9, 2011

— ■ 703 Lincoln Ave.

Seller: Howelsen Place Condos Inc.

Buyer: Patrick L. Phillips and Debra N. Stencel



Sale date: March 7, 2011

Sale price: $1.156 million



Property description: 1,656-square-foot, two-bedroom, 2.5-bath Condominium B309, Howelsen Place.

■ 1315 Sparta Plaza

Seller: HSBC Bank

Buyer: Robert Greer

Sale date: March 7, 2011

Sale price: $78,000

Property description: 575 square foot, one-bedroom, two-bath unit 13 Omicron Walton Village Condominiums. Built in 1984, last sold in 2006 for $136,500.

■ Little Bend Road, Hayden

Seller: Yampa Valley Development Ltd

Buyer: Randy Booco

Sale date: March 7, 2011

Sale price: $55,000

Property description: Un-built 0.16-acre Lot 7 and 0.17-acre Lot 8 in Lake Village subdivision Filing 1 in Hayden

■ 1726 Highland Way

Seller: Cynthia Zittell

Buyer: Linda W. Knoz

Sale date: March 8, 2011

Sale price: $879,000

Property description: 3,115-square-foot, three-bedroom, four-bath Townhome B in Highlands Ski Chalets. Built in 2005 and valued for 2010 taxes at $1.23 million.

■ 2900 Honeysuckle Lane

Seller: Federal National Mortgage Assoc dba Fannie Mae

Buyer: Sebastian Bradley

Sale date: March 8, 2011

Sale price: $325,600

Property description: 2,570-square-foot, six-bedroom, four-bath, single family home on 0.25-acre Lot 28 in Riverside, built in 1992 and sold for $315,000 in 2002.

■ 29760 Routt County Road 14A

Seller: Lance L. Leader

Buyer: John A. and Jennifer Paquette

Sale date: March 9, 2011

Sale price: $649,000

Property description: 1,147-square-foot, two-bedroom, two-bath single family home built in 1981, with two large, newer garage buildings on 35.4 acres.

■ 49975 Moonhill Lane

Seller: HSBC Bank

Buyer: Shook Living Trust

Sale date: March 9, 2011

Sale price: $450,000

Property description: 2,471-square-foot, four-bedroom, two-bath single family home on 1.8-acre Lot 16 in Moon Hill meadows. Built in 1989 and remodeled in 2000, it sold for $795,000 in July 2007.

■ 2771 Après Ski Way

Seller: John R. and Kathleen Reavis

Buyer: Montie M. and Donald G. Rouze

Sale date: March 9, 2011

Sale price: $385,000

Property description: 1,488-square-foot, three-bedroom, 1.5-bath Unit 4, building E in Herbage townhome condominiums. Sold for $405,000 in 2006.

■ 2700 Village Drive

Seller: David G. and Cheri L. Murphy

Buyer: Colorado Comfort Vacation Home LLC

Sale date: March 9, 2011

Sale price: $300,000

Property description: 1,041-square-foot, two-bedroom, two-bath Condominium 203 at the Lodge at Steamboat. Built in 1981, it sold for $215,000 in 1981.

■ 57585 Golden Tide Place

Seller: Michael Baldwin Jr., Patricia S. Baldwin and Michael F. Baldwin Sr.

Buyer: Michael F. Baldwin Sr.

Sale date: March 9, 2011

Sale price: $102,000

Property description: 1,350-square-foot, two-bedroom, two-bath, single family home on 1.14 acres Lot 113 Steamboat lake. Built in 1996.

■ 230 Harvest Drive, Hayden

Seller: Bank of New York Mellon FKA

Buyer: Randy D. and Joy J. Booco

Sale date: March 9, 2011

Sale price: $130,000

Property description: 2,178-square-foot, three-bedroom, three-bath single family home on 0.21-acre Lot 8 Yampa View Estates.

■ 2750 Honeysuckle Lane

Seller: Ronald E. Wendler

Buyer: Routt Ccounty Habitat for Humanity

Sale date: March 9, 2011

Sale price: $130,000

Property description: 1.89-acre duplex lot in riverside Subdivision. Last sold for $125,000 in February 2008.

Total sales — $4,639,600

■ 2200 Village Inn Court

Seller: Points of Colorado Inc

Buyer: Eight buyers

Sale date: March 9, 2011

Sale price: Aggregate $203,200

Property description: Timeshare interests in vacation condominiums at Steamboat Villas.

Total timeshare sales — $203,200

Photos courtesy of Steamboat Springs MLS, Routt County Assessor’s Office and the Steamboat Pilot & Today

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