Transactions for Dec. 17-19
Seller’s name listed first, followed by the buyer
RENAUD, JONATHAN CHRISTOPHER TO MASON, JOHN O. AND THOMAS, ELIZABETH FOR LOWER BEAVER RIDGE FILING NO. 3 LOT: 2B PARCEL B: EASEMENT – $385,000
PTACH, CYNTHIA K. AND PTACH, THOMAS J. AND HESELBACH, BRYAN C. AND HESELBACH, LOUISE ANN TO IRWIN, JAY TODD FOR WHITE ROCK LODE MINING CLAIM, PORTION OF SEC 9 & 10, T10N, R85W – $68,000
SKI TRAIL PARTNERS, LLC TO DONALD CALLENDER FAMILY TRUST FOR ELKHORN AT STEAMBOAT CONDOMINIUMS UNIT: C – $2,295,000
WALT RANKIN TRUST TO BRUSKOTTER, TOM AND BRUSKOTTER, JACKIE FOR WEST CONDO UNIT: 39, BLDG B – $65,000
HABITAT DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION COMPANY TO ROBERTS, MICHAEL L. AND ROBERTS, MARNE G. FOR HUNTERS GLEN SUBD LOT: 19 – $333,000
POTTER, JAMES C. AND SCHNELLER, SUSAN D. TO MILLER, ROBERT L. FOR HIGH CROSS SUBD LOT: 42, 46-50 – $425,000
LENART, MARC S. TO HUMMINGBIRD, LLC FOR 160 523 83 181 287 132 549 635 673 617 706 176 706 526 TRACT OF LAND LOCATED IN A PORTION OF SEC 3, T9N, R85W, AND A PORTION OF SEC 34, T10N, R85W – $1,225,000
LARSEN, COREY D. AND LARSEN, BRYNA A. TO HAMILTON, ERIC L. AND HAMILTON, KERI A. FOR NE1/4NE1/4, SEC 30, T7N, R89W, EXCEPT A TRACT OF LAND IN THE N1/2NE1/4, SEC 30, T7N, R89W – $395,000
BEAR CLAW CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION, PHASE I TO SOLTAU, STEVEN D. AND BECKER, PAUL C. AND BATZLI, BRIAN H. AND KJERSTEN, LOREN FOR BEAR CLAW CONDO UNIT: 401 – $470,000
MORGAN, JACK AND MORGAN, SUSAN W. TO GUZZI, MARK D. AND CALLAWAY, MARY ELIZABETH FOR PHOENIX AT STEAMBOAT CONDO UNIT: 230, PHASE II – $358,800
SANDELL, TIMOTHY V. AND SANDELL, DYAN J. TO BELL, ROSCOE JOHN FOR TERRACES CONDOMINIUM UNIT: N22 – $257,500
WEHRLI, ANGELA M. TO SEILER, MARK A. AND SEILER, ANNETTE G. FOR QUAIL RUN CONDOMINIUMS-PHASE II UNIT: 203, BLDG 2 – $240,000
MARBACH, CARL B. AND MARBACH, HELEN B. TO HARELIK, STUART A. AND HARELIK, JANE POST JO-ANN FOR THM AT THE HIGHLANDS UNIT: A – $925,000
BEARDSLEY, WILLIAM FLOYD AND BEARDSLEY, TERESA TO CASTLE, GRANT B. FOR SKI-INN CONDO UNIT: 332 – $223,500
TOTAL REAL PROPERTY SALES — $7,665,800
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