Real estate transactions for Feb. 22 to 25

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■ 31605 Aspen Ridge Road

Seller: Alpine Bank

Buyer: Lawrence P. Deziel

Sale Date: Feb. 22, 2010

Sale Price: $1.25 million

Property Description: 6,288-square-foot, four-bedroom, five-bath single-family home on 2.68 acres at lot 40 of the Lazof Family Trust subdivision

■ 2340 Apres Ski Way

Seller: Dennis Collins

Buyer: Walter Sofronof

Sale Date: Feb. 22, 2010

Sale Price: $800,000

Property Description: 1,456-square-foot, two-bedroom, two-bath, condominium 122 in building A at Chateau Chamonix, previously sold for $490,000 in April 2003

■ 3305 Columbine Drive

Seller: Edwin T. Allbright

Buyer: Frank P. Ellis and Catherine A. Lannon

Sale Date: Feb. 22, 2010

Sale Price: $285,000

Property Description: 1,060-square-foot, two-bedroom, two-bath condominium 1507 in Phase XIV in Sunray Meadows, last sold Dec. 4, 2007, for $485,000

■ 3330 Columbine Drive

Seller: Sunray 1004 LLC

Buyer: Lawrence White and Jaqueline Fields

Sale Date: Feb. 22, 2010

Sale Price: $240,000

Property Description: 927-square-foot, two-bedroom, two-bath condominium 1004 in phase X at Sunray Meadows, sold for $287,000 on May 31, 2007

■ 798 Anglers Court

Seller: Scot S. and Andrea R. Cook

Buyer: Scott C. and Kathryn J. Schroeder

Sale Date: Feb. 23, 2010

Sale Price: $1.68 million

Property Description: 3,461-square-foot, four-bedroom, 3.5-bath single-family home built in 2000 on 1.41 acres off Anglers Drive in Anglers Ridge Estates. Last sold for $1.475 in August 2007

■ 3315 Columbine Drive

Seller: Timothy Bulicek

Buyer: Steven S. and Helmi B. Sandifer

Sale Date: Feb. 24, 2010

Sale Price: $284,500

Property Description: 1,060-square-foot, two-bedroom, two-bath condominium 307 in phase XIII at Sunray Meadows, previous sale on Oct. 12, 2007 for $338,900

■ 2672 Alpenglow Way B

Seller: Federal Deposit Ins. Corp., New Frontier Bank

Buyer: William C. and Anne E. Knorr

Sale Date: Feb. 24, 2010

Sale Price: $935,100

Property Description: 5,224-­square-foot, seven-bedroom, 6.5-bath townhome

■ 3470 Spring Valley Drive

Seller: Elizabeth Jay

Buyer: John Thomas Baer

Sale Date: Feb. 24, 2010

Sale Price: $287,937

Property Description: 2,066-square-foot, three-bedroom, 3.5-bath townhome 7 in filing 3 at the Enclave at Steamboat Springs

■ 1750 Medicine Springs Drive

Seller: Caxton Street LLC

Buyer: Michael G. and Rhonda M. Wadzinski

Sale Date: Feb. 25, 2010

Sale Price: $925,000

Property Description: 1,754-square-foot, three-bedroom, three-bath, condominium 6209 in Bear Lodge at Trappeur’s Crossing

Total sales — $6,687,537

■ 1275 Pine Grove Circle

Seller: Wyndham Vacation Resorts Inc

Buyer: 15 different buyers

Sale Date: Feb. 22, 2010

Sale Price: Aggregate $729,512

Property Description: Timeshare interests in vacation condominiums at the Village at Steamboat

Total timeshare sales — $729,512

Comments

greenwash 4 years, 5 months ago

Doesnt look like real estate is such a good investment after all?Unless of course your bottom feeding.

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Scott Wedel 4 years, 5 months ago

Crazy market. Sales of $200 and less per sq ft and sales of more than $500 a sq ft. And some of the properties are pretty close to each other. Note the massive price difference between 2340 and 2672 Alpenglow. An extra $135K for an extra nearly 4,000 sq ft a couple hundred yards away?

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Scott Wedel 4 years, 5 months ago

snowbow, 4 completed foreclosures this week.

Lot 6 Catamount Ranch Lot 7, Lot 8 Hidden Springs Ranch Unit 201 Fox Creek Park (I3MG)

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justice4all 4 years, 5 months ago

And we need more housing Steamboat 700 I THINK NOT Again, my unanswered question: Where will aa these new residents work?? Show me ONE home that you can buy with ANY of the advertised jobs in our Today paper.

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Scott Wedel 4 years, 5 months ago

Justice4all, New residents do not have to work for jobs advertised in the paper. How many jobs and local businesses make enough money to justify all of the expensive housing already here? Is Dakota Ridge a who's who of local business leaders, doctors and lawyers or dominated by rich people that moved there?

A person able to work anywhere or someone that no longer needs to work is able to chose a nice place like SB and does not worry about the local job market. The driving force in the local housing market has not been locally employed workers for decades.

Which is the fundamental lie of SB 700's ads for local housing. It will be providing minimal, if any, housing for local working stiffs. It will be providing housing for people that were considering Vail Valley, or next to some lake or golf course.

And, of course, this great recession has hurt a lot of people that thought they were just about able to live here. And a bunch that are here are now financially stressed.

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