Grand County Real Estate Transactions, Nov.10-Nov. 16, 2013 |

Grand County Real Estate Transactions, Nov.10-Nov. 16, 2013

Nov. 10- Nov. 16 Winter Park Ranch 2nd Filing, Lot 22, Block 4 – Terrance and Patricia Stewart to Robbers Roost LLC, $89,000 Meadow Ridge Lodges Court 17, Unit 4 – James Cartwright to Robert and Yolanda Christiansen, $113,500 Winter Park Highlands Unit 1, Lot 55 – Timothy Ferrell to Lynn Hanna, $155,000 Kicking Horse Lodges Unit 3 202, Lot 3 – Deutsche Bank National Trust Company TSTE, Thornburg Mortgage Securities Trust 2003-6, Mortgage Backed Notes Series 2003-6 to Shawn and Erica Dufford, $166,750 Hi Country Haus Bldg 5, Unit 7 8 – Mark and Caroline Goosman to Michael and Gretchen Mullen, $157,500 Pine Beach Subdivision Lot 5A, Block 7 – Harold and Diane Leid to Christopher Oliver, $340,000 Hillside Addition to Pine Beach Lot 1, Block 5 – Kristol Jaskul to John and Bonnie DeAgostino, $190,000 Aspen Pine Acres Subdivision Lot 19 – Edmund Couch to Rodney and Jill Archer, $609,000 Big Horn Park Filing #2, Lot 17 – Edward and Rosemary Dreher to Andrew and Caral Jeanjaquet, $99,300 Iron Horse Building D, Condo Unit 3014 – Wayne Leiser to Cristina Woodings, $103,400 Iron Horse Building C, Condo Unit 2053 – Terrance Ryan to Peter and Christina Logi, $110,000 Grand Lake Lot 16, Block 22 – LJH LLC Colorado Limited Liability Company to Donald and Linda Dickinson, $320,000 Inn at SilverCreek PH I Condo Unit 128 – Mary Jo Wiley Revocable Living Trust to Andrew and Veronica Mericle, $21,400

Grand County Real Estate Transactions

Scanloch Subdivision Lot 1, Block 2 – Gerald and Jo Ann Shumaker to Dylan and Gabrielle Taylor, $79,000 Winter Park Ranch 3rd Filing, Lot 62, Block 1 – Luanne Kay to Adam Gould and Veronica Callinan, $250,000 Winter Park Highlands Greenridge Lot 16 – Paul and Karen True Trust to Justin and Deborah Bridge, $207,000 Rio Rancho Small Tracts Sub Exempt Lot 1 – Larry and Judith Ware to Hadley and Joan Bradbury, $898,000 Columbine Lake Block 3, Lots 14,15 – Gerald and Kathryne Vanner to Benny and Susan Law, $285,000 Aspen Meadows Condominiums Unit 207, Block C – Aspen Meadows Condominiums LLC to Gordon McGlinchey and Brenda Kraft, $116,900 Winter Park Lodge II Bldg F, Unit 201 – Raymond and Judith Hall to Kenneth Richardson and Kelly Fraser, $137,500 Grand Country Estates TRT 77 – Richard Timothy Parry Living Trust to Cozens Pointe LLC, $65,000 Cozens Pointe at Grand Park Unit 201, Bldg B, Garage Unit B – Cozens Pointe LLC to Richard Parry and Abby Bleistein, $324,000 Villa Harbor Subdivision Lot 18 – Bell Crest Enterprises LLLP to William Henry Peltier III, $365,000 River Run Condominiums Unit 203, Bldg B – PennyMac Loan Services LLC to John and Barbara Rankin, $89,120 Copper Creek Lot 46 – John and Nancy Rice to Bruce Campbell, $299,999 Meadow Ridge Lodges Court 27, Unit 8 – Smith Family Trust to James Reasor and Margaret Copeland, $160,600 Mountainside at SilverCreek C U 111, Timeshare No 111504 – Tom and Louise Massoni to Mountainside SilverCreek Timeshare Owners Association, $500 Mountainside at SilverCreek C U 99, Timeshare No 099649 – Leo and Ann Lussier to Mountainside SilverCreek Timeshare Owners Association, $500 Mountainside at SilverCreek C U 91, Timeshare No. 091535 – Mountainside SilverCreek Timeshare Owners Association to Michael B Ensley Revocable Trust, $500 E.J. Vulgamotts 1st Block 5, Lots 1,2, Tabernash – Steven and Charlene Hayward to Chuck and Marie Huston, $52,000 Yacht Club Estates Lot 5 – FDIC, Firstier Bank to Gary and Linda Knippa, $1,250,000 Lakota Flg 3, Tract C, Lot 33 – SNAD II LP to M6 Capital LLC, $975,000 Longview Addn/Hot Sulphur Springs Block 15, Lots 10,11,12 – John and Taura Perdue to Roger and Michelle Gable, $213,000 Exhibit “A” Not Attached for Legal Description – Liberty Savings Bank FSB to Allen Schrieber and Suzette Kynor, $13,000 Lakeview Subdivision Unit 2, Lot 1, Bldg B – Fannie Mae Federal National Mortgage Association to Kenneth and Paulette Nolan, $106,000 Hamilton Hills Subdivision Exempt TRT 2 – Patricia Jacques to John and Florice Lietzke, $285,471 Mountainside at SilverCreek B U 064, Timeshare No. 064128 – David and Sharon Anderson to Mountainside SilverCreek Timeshare Owners Association, $500 Mountainside at SilverCreek B U 035, Timeshare No. 035126 – Thomas Farrel and Joann Debruin-Farrell to Mountainside SilverCreek Timeshare Owners Association, $500 Cozens Meadow at Grand Park Lot 3 – Grand Park Homes LLC to Robert and Debra Gnuse, $523,000 Pines at Meadow Ridge Court B U 6, Week 38 – Stephen and Susan Clemens to Naomi Yahn, $1,500 Slopeside Village Unit 113A, Bldg E – Stephen and Cary Paul to James Byerrum, $382,500 Fraser Crossing-Founders Pointe Condominium Unit 3611 – Smith Living Trust to Hyo and Jina Kim, $360,000

Signal malfunction snarls Fraser traffic

On Thursday morning Feb. 12, the stoplight at one of the busiest intersections in Grand County malfunctioned. For the next two days, it blinked yellow. Without the control of the light, drivers on U.S. Highway 40, turning onto County Road 804 to Safeway or to the Alco Shopping Center had to resort to politeness and common sense to keep moving. The light is designed to flash yellow in the middle of the night, then return to its regular red, yellow and green cycle at 7 a.m., Fraser-Winter Park Police Chief Glen Trainor told the Winter Park Town Council Tuesday morning. Once the light malfunctioned, calls began flooding into the police department. “People coming out of Safeway and Alco were having the hardest time,” Trainor said. A Colorado Department of Transportation repairman drove over from Craig on Friday to fix the light, Trainor said. “He got here at lunchtime, but had to drive up to Rabbit Ears Pass to meet someone for the part he needed.” The light was fixed by Friday afternoon, just in time for heavy President’s Day weekend traffic.

Fraser woman struck by car in critical condition

A Fraser woman is in critical condition today after she was struck early this morning by a vehicle on U.S. Highway 40. Officials from the Fraser-Winter Park Police Department said the incident occurred around 2:38 a.m. near the entrance to Rendezvous Road between Fraser and Winter Park. Officers at the scene discovered the 25-year-old woman lying unconscious in the westbound lane. Authorities did not release the woman's name but indicated she is from Fraser. The female was transported to Middle Park Medical Center and was then airlifted to St. Anthony's Hospital in Lakewood for treatment of numerous injuries, according to police reports. The woman was still listed in critical condition as of late Monday morning. A 2005 Kia sedan traveling westbound on the highway struck the woman, according to police. Police said the female, who was wearing dark-colored clothing, suddenly walked in front of the vehicle. The driver of the Kia was a 24-year-old male from Tabernash, who immediately called 9-1-1 and remained at the scene. Neither drugs nor alcohol were believed to be a factor in the incident, though an investigation is ongoing. Providing assistance to the Fraser-Winter Park Police Department was East Grand Fire, Grand County EMS, Grand County Sheriff's Office and Granby Police.

Grand County: Four mountain golf course offer fun, challenge

In addition to its excellent wintertime skiing and great mountain biking in the summer, Grand County has become a Mecca for golfers with some of the best mountain courses to be found in the Rockies.Grand County has a total of four courses for golfers to enjoy. The oldest is the Grand Lake Golf Course, which opened in 1968, followed in 1985 by the Pole Creek Golf Course located outside of Tabernash in the Fraser Valley.The countys opportunities for golf were further enhanced in recent years by the opening of two courses in the Granby area. In 2001, the Headwaters Golf Course at Granby Ranch opened its fairways to golfers, followed in 2002 by the Grand Elk Golf Course.Grand LakeCourse name: Grand Lake Golf CourseWebsite: http://www.grandlakegolf.coAddress: 1415 County Road 48, Grand LakePhone number: (970) 627-8872 or (970) 627-8008Type: Public, 18 hole regulationGreen fees: 18 holes, $64; 9 holes, $49Tee times: Call 970-627-8008 for reservations. Weekdays: call seven days in advance.Weekends & Holidays: Can call at 7:00 a.m.Dress code: Shirt and shoes required.Designer: Dick PhelpsTee boxes: Women Red 5,678; Front 9, 35.1/128; Back 9, 35.9/131; 18-hole, 71.0/129Women White 6,310 yards; Front 9, 36.9/135; Back 9, 37.4/141; 18-hole, 74.3/139Men White 6,316 yards; Front 9, 34.6/118; Back 9, 34.9/115; 18-hole, 69.5/117Men Blue 6,542 yards; Front 9, 35.1/121; Back 9, 35.4/117; 18-hole, 70.5/119Practice: A driving range and putting green are available.Amenities: restaurant/lounge, pro shop, beverage cart.Misc. info: Known as the Crown Jewel of Mountain Courses, the Grand Lake Golf Course is an 18-hole championship golf course, carved out of the woods at an elevation of 8,420 feet bordering Rocky Mountain National Park. Its narrowly rolling fairways surround well-tended, subtle greens. The majestic Rocky Mountains, some still capped by the winter snows, tower high above golfers offering exclusive and unique panoramic views. Directions: From Denver or Steamboat, take US Hwy 34 East at the intersection of US Hwy 40 and Highway 34 and go 16 miles to County Road 48 and turn left at the sign marked Golf Course Road. From Estes Park, take the road over Trail Ridge Pass, after leaving the park exit gate, go to County Road 48 and at the Golf Course sign, turn right at the sign marked Golf Course Road.Pole CreekCourse name: Pole Creek Golf Club – Meadow/RanchWebsite: http://www.polecreekgolf.comAddress: 5827 County Road 51, Tabernash, CO 80478Phone number: 800-511-5076Type: Public, 27-hole regulationGreen fees: $69-$99Tee times: Call 970-887-9195 for reservations. Registration can be done 30 days online. Call for reservation if further out than 30 days.Dress code: Collared shirt, spikeless shoes, no cut-offs.Designer: Denis GriffithsTee boxes: Women Red 4,928 yards; Front 9, 34.4/124; Back 9, 34.6/130; 18-hole, 69.0/127Women Gold 5,497 yards; Front 9, 35.4/138; Back 9, 36.1/138; 18-hole, 71.5/138Women White 6,398 yards; Front 9, 38.0/151; Back 9, 38.6/155; 18-hole, 76.6/153Men Gold 5,571 yards; Front 9, 33.0/117; Back 9, 33.5/128; 18-hole, 66.5/122Men White 6,413 yards; Front 9, 34.9/137; Back 9, 36.1/131; 18-hole, 71.0/135Men Blue 7,107 yards; Front 9, 36.6/142; Back 9, 37.1/148; 18-hole, 73.7/145Practice: Grass driving range, putting green and separate chipping green with sand bunker.Amenities: Pro shop are available. On-site catering with clubhouse, restaurant and beverage cart service.Misc. info: Golfers can treat themselves to 27 holes of classic mountain golf on Pole Creeks three distinct courses: The Ranch, The Meadow and The Ridge. Pole Creeks design incorporates existing lodgepole pine, valley meadows, sagebrush and a variety of water hazards including five lakes to create a diverse course appealing to a wide range of golfers. The Ranch 9 and The Meadow 9 wander through lush fields, while The Ridge 9 showcases what golf pro JT Thompson calls the most spectacular view in Colorado.Directions: Take I-70 to Exit 232 (Hwy 40), and go north through Winter Park. At the 220 mile-marker, turn left and follow signs to the course.HeadwatersCourse name: Headwaters Golf Course at Granby RanchWebsite: http://www.granbyranch.comAddress: 2579 County Road 894, Granby, CO 80446Phone number: (970) 887-2709Type: Public, 18-hole regulationGreen fees: $60-$80Tee Times: Available online or call the pro shop.Dress code: Traditional golf attire.Designer: Mike AsmundsonTee boxes: Women Rose 5,310 yards; Front 9, 34.3/118; Back 9, 33.8/123; 18-hole, 68.1/121Women Green 6,024 yards; Front 9, 36.3/123; Back 9, 35.9/131; 18-hole, 72.2/127Men Green 6,024 yards; Front 9, 33.9/115; Back 9, 33.3/111; 18-hole, 67.2/113Men White 6,602 yards; Front 9, 35.1/122; Back 9, 34.9/120; 18-hole, 70.0/121Men Gold 7,210 yards; Front 9, 36.5/131; Back 9, 36.4/122; 18-hole, 72.9/127Practice: Grass driving range and putting green.Amenities: Driving range (double-ended), 3 practice greens, John Jacobs Golf School, snack bar & grill, indoor/outdoor seating, GPSMisc. info: The Headwaters Golf Course is set amid the beauty of the Fraser River Valley just outside the town of Granby. Headwaters provides a beautiful and challenging round of golf for players of all abilities. Elevated tees offer splendid views of mountains, wetlands and lush alpine meadows. Its groomed fairways wind around strategically placed bunkers, lakes and ponds.Directions: Take I-70 to U.S. Hwy 40. Go west about 42 miles to the Headwaters Golf Course/Sol Vista Ski Area entrance. Follow signs east 1.5 miles to course. Grand ElkCourse name: Grand Elk Ranch & ClubWebsite: 1300 Ten Mile Drive, Granby, CO 80446Phone number: 887-389-9333Type: Semi-private, 18-hole regulationTee Times: Call 970-887-9122 for reservations. Seven days in advance. Members only until 10 a.m. on Saturdays and Sundays.Dress Code: Collared shirt, no jeans.Designer: Craig Stadler and Tripp Davis Tee boxes: Women Gold 5,092 yards; Front 9, 34.5/120; Back 9, 35.0/128; 18-hole, 69.5/124Women Green 5,611 yards; Front 9, 35.5/126; Back 9, 36.1/134; 18-hole, 71.6/130Women White 6,233 yards; Front 9, 37.5/132; Back 9, 37.4/145; 18-hole, 74.9/139Men Green 5,611 yards; Front 9, 32.9/116; Back 9, 33.9/114; 18-hole, 66.8/115Men White 6,233 yards; Front 9, 34.6/126; Back 9, 34.7/116; 18-hole, 69.3/120Men Blue 6,608 yards; Front 9, 35.4/126; Back 9, 35.8/128; 18-hole, 71.2/127Men Black 6,997 yards; Front 9, 36.1/127; Back 9, 36.4/132; 18-hole, 72.5/130Practice: Grass driving range and putting green.Amenities: Clubhouse and restaurant, on-site catering and GPS included with cart fee.Misc. info: The Grand Elk Golf Course is a par 71 masterwork playing 7,144 yards from the back tees. Echoing the attributes of traditional Heathland courses in the British Isles, the course features gently rolling fairways and strategically placed hazards. The variations in tee boxes will provide a test for the low handicapper or a fun round for the recreational golfer.Directions: Take I-70 west to Hwy 40. Take Hwy 40 north to Granby. The course is southwest of Granby off of Hwy 40. Turn left on Thompson Drive (at City Market), then right on Ten Mile Drive and follow to clubhouse.

Skateboarding: A note from the Fraser/Winter Park Police Department

With the snow gone and the public roadways open, we have seen quite an increase in people enjoying the sunshine and spring weather by riding skateboards and long boards. In the interest of the safety of the riders, and that of traffic in general, we would like to remind everyone of the following. Colorado Revised Statues 42-4-109 (9) states: No person shall use the highways for traveling on skis, toboggans, coasting sleds, skates of similar devices. It also is unlawful for any person upon roller skates and riding in or by means of any coaster, toy vehicle or similar device to go upon any roadway except while crossing a highway in a crosswalk, and when so crossing such persons shall be granted all the rights and shall be subject to all of the duties applicable to pedestrians. The subsection (9) does not apply to any public way which is set aside by proper authority as a play street and which is adequately roped off or otherwise marked for such purpose. Violation of this Statute could constitute fines, a court date of both. For purposes of definition by the Fraser/Winter Park Police Department, similar devices include but are not limited to skateboards and long boards. Additionally, Colorado Revised Statutes defines, “Highway” as the entire width between the boundary lines of every publicly maintained when any part of thereof is open to the use of the public for purposes of vehicular travel or the entire width of every way declared to be a public highway by any law of this state. In summary, the Fraser/Winter Park Police Department asks that people riding any of the above defined vehicles including skate boards, long boards ect. not ride them on the public roadways within Fraser and Winter Park and limit their use to sidewalks and appropriately marked trails.

Highway 9 improvement project gets under way

Phase one of the State Highway 9 safety project began on April 1, with the contractor beginning to mobilize equipment this week, a CDOT spokeswoman said. The first phase of the project, scheduled to last from April to November 2015, will entail culvert replacement and repair, highway realignment and the installation of four wildlife crossings from milepost 131 to 137 immediately south of Kremmling. There will be several nighttime closures during the project primarily for culvert work, said Tracy Trulove with CDOT. There are approximately 80 culverts along the 11-mile stretch of SH-9 that need work. There will be a 30-minute opening during nighttime closures that will generally begin around 2:30 a.m. to allow commuters to pass through, she said. CDOT will issue notices of night closures one to two weeks in advance, she said. When the road is open, motorists can expect up to 45-minute delays, which include the 35 mile per hour speed limit through the project area, Trulove said. "The engineers are really going to hold (the contractor) to 45 minutes total through the project," Trulove said. Additionally, the road will repaved before the winter 2015/2016 winter shutdown, Trulove said Phase two of the project is scheduled to begin in April 2016. That phase will include highway realignment and the installation of three wildlife crossings between mileposts 126 and 131. Currently, Kirkland Construction LLLP hopes to finish the project in November 2016, though it's possible construction could extend into 2017, Trulove said. The SH-9 safety improvements project will among other improvements add seven above and below grade wildlife crossings to reduce collisions along SH-9 south of Kremmling. The stretch of SH-9 between the Colorado River and Summit County is notorious for wildlife collisions. Between 2006 and 2009, the stretch of road saw 103 collisions between vehicles and wildlife, including three fatalities, according to CDOT data. The $39.2 million project is funded by a public-private partnership between CDOT, Grand County and Blue Valley Ranch.

UPDATED: Motocyclist dies after crash

11:29 a.m., July 3 — A motorcyclist involved in a crash on U.S. Highway 40 near the entrance to the Mary Jane ski area has died. Police said 56-year-old Michael Maner of Austin, Texas, passed away at St. Anthony's Hospital in Denver. Maner's motorcycle struck a car just before noon on Wednesday, July 2. He was airlifted to Denver with severe head injuries and was listed in critical condition on Wednesday afternoon. As of press time, no charges have been filed. Fraser-Winter Park Police Chief Glen Trainor said he expected a lengthy investigation as police still needed to interview witnesses and reconstruct the scene of the accident. "There's probably nothing pending imminently at this point," Trainor said. The Grand County Coroner's Office will conduct an autopsy to determine the cause of death. Drugs and/or alcohol were not believed to be a factor in the crash. No one else was injured in the crash, which shut down both lines of U.S. Highway 40 for about an hour. July 2 — One man is in critical condition at St. Anthony's Hospital after his motorcycle collided with a car in Winter Park. The accident was east of the Mary Jane ski area entrance on U.S. Highway 40 just before noon. "An initial investigation into the incident reveals that the driver of the motorcycle was attempting to pass a second vehicle that was in the process of turning left off of the highway," Fraser-Winter Park Police said in a press release. The motorcyclist, a 56-year-old Texas man, was airlifted to Denver with severe head injuries. Initial reports stated the man was wearing a helmet. The driver of the second vehicle, a 32-year-old Denver man, was uninjured, according to the press release. Emergency responders from East Grand Fire, Grand County EMS, Fraser-Winter Park Police Department, Colorado State Patrol and the Colorado Department of Transportation all responded to the incident. U.S. Highway 40 was closed in both directions for about an hour and was reopened around 2 p.m. The accident is still under investigation, and no charges have been filed.

Grand County police blotter, Dec. 9-11

Dec. 9 5:13 p.m. A two-car accident occurred on US Highway 34 in Grand Lake. 5:15 p.m. An accident on County Road 85 in Tabernash was called into dispatch. One person was trapped in their car and later extricated. Dec. 10 8:11 a.m. A person in a Grand Lake neighborhood called dispatch to state that their neighbor took their dog. The dog was taken into custody and later returned to its owner. 10:19 a.m. A Subaru was running all night in the parking lot at the Fraser Ball Fields. 5:45 p.m. A missing snowshoer whose car was parked at the Berthoud Pass Parking Lot was reported lost. He was last seen at 2 p.m. At 6:21 p.m. it was reported that he made it back to his truck. 6:24 p.m. An intoxicated person was reported to be lying in the driveway of a Winter Park hotel and was uncooperative. 7:40 p.m. A vehicle was stuck near the bike path between East Grand Fire District and Moonshine on US Highway 40. Dec. 11 7:03 a.m. A homeowner in Fraser called dispatch stating their home smelled strongly of gas. The fire department later discovered that a vehicle had been left running in the garage all night. 7:30 a.m. Power lines are down on Vasquez Road in Winter Park and resting on a structure. Power is out in the neighborhood. Heavy snow sagged the lines. 10:40 a.m. Colorado State Patrol asked for assistance with overflow parking near the Berthoud Pass Parking Lot on US Highway 40. At 12:03 p.m. CDOT plowed out another parking area. 4:47 p.m. CDOT plow versus vehicle on US Highway 40 just past the Mary Jane entrance. One person was injured. 6:46 p.m. A small slide affecting two westbound lanes occurred on US Highway 40 just past the Mary Jane entrance. No vehicles were caught in the slide. 9:01 p.m. A person called dispatch stating he was being accused of stealing something from a Fraser grocery store. 9:29 a.m. Two cars were in a ditch on US Highway in Granby. 9:41 p.m. A man was lost in the woods riding a 4-wheeler near County Road 162 in Grand County. At 10:05 p.m. a friend located him. 10:33 p.m. A person called dispatch to state that a large group of college kids just walked into a Winter Park bar and reported that some may be under age. Related Story: Grand County police blotter, Dec. 2-5

Updated: Manhunt suspended, US 40 re-opened near Winter Park Resort

U.S. Highway 40 has re-opened and the search has been suspended for a male suspect that is at large somewhere in the area of Winter Park Resort. A man and woman fleeing Denver area police, and who are wanted in Jefferson County entered the Winter Park Resort area on US Highway 40 near Mary Jane on the evening of Wednesday, Sept. 14. Colorado State Patrol and the Fraser/Winter Park police tried to intercept the vehicle on Berthoud Pass, which resulted in a car chase. The suspects crashed their vehicle about half of a mile East of the entrance to Mary Jane and US Highway 40. Officers were able to ping the suspect's cell phone, but the ping responded somewhere in the Denver area, leading officials to believe the man did not have his cell phone with him. According to Grand County Sheriff's Office Public Information Officer Lt. Dan Mayer, the man and woman fled from their vehicle on foot near Mary Jane. Officials were able to apprehend the woman but the man is still at large in the Winter Park Resort area. Mayer said the couple was wanted for several crimes including identity theft and burglary. A section of US Highway 40 from the south entrance of Winter Park to the entrance of Mary Jane was closed while officials searched for the man who is now on foot. The Grand County Emergency Response Team and K9 Unit were called in, and were using infrared lights to search for the man. The search was suspended around 10:30 p.m. on Sept. 14. Mayer said the Fraser/Winter Park Police Department may continue patrolling the area throughout the night, and the situation will be reevaluated in the morning. This story will be updated as more information becomes available. Updated story: Fugitive in custody, more details of events on Thursday's manhunt