Real Estate Transactions 4/30
Seller: Paul R. HuttenhowerBuyer: Richard HuttenhowerLocation: Lot 2, Crystal Village PUD, Filing No. 3, CarbondalePrice: $325,000Date: March 2, 2004Seller: Louis E. Thompson, Tommy R. Thompson and Sarah Ann ThompsonBuyer: Christopher James Butler and Joanna Wheeler BruggemanLocation: 711 Storm King Circle, New CastlePrice: $244,000Seller: CS Associates of Carbondale LLCBuyer: Roaring Fork Land Investments LLCLocation: Lot 4, Resubdivision of Lots 2-14, Crystal Village PUD, Filing No. 3, CarbondalePrice: $325,000Date: March 2, 2004Seller: 25 Rail LLCBuyer: Rail & Howard LLCLocation: 410 W. 25th St., RiflePrice: $0Date: March 5, 2004Seller: Lynda Nanny BealBuyer: Donald L. DeliseLocation: Lot 6, Ranch Creek Lane, CarbondalePrice: $170,000Date: March 3, 2004Seller: Richard C. Holden and Carolyn S. HoldenBuyer: David S. Townsley and Colleen A. TownsleyLocation: 2633 Acacia Ave., RiflePrice: $49,000Date: March 5, 2004Seller: Todd Leahy, Kristine Leahy, Gregory L. Kontour, Michael B. Dollahan, Jon F. Creech and Steve E. ReserBuyer: Gerald W. Fairbanks and Lori FairbanksLocation: Lot 5, Block 1, South Addition to the city of Glenwood SpringsPrice: $123,000Date: March 5, 2004Seller: Aspen Equestrian Estates LLCBuyer: Marilyn F. MannLocation: 217 Boulder Ridge Road, ParachutePrice: $385,000Date: March 5, 2004Seller: Neil F. Fechner and Lillian G. FechnerBuyer: Martin J. Fiala and M. Joan FialaLocation: 98 Ponderosa Circle, ParachutePrice: $191,500Date: March 8, 2004Seller: Scott K. Mann, Victoria Quintana and Marilyn F. MannBuyer: Aspen Equestrian Estates LLCLocation: 2727 County Road 100, CarbondalePrice: $795,000Date: March 5, 2004Seller: Household Finance Corp.Buyer: Jack R. MorseLocation: 1620 Mineota Drive, SiltPrice: $218,000Date: March 2, 2004Seller: Joyce F. McIntoshBuyer: Karen F. Boland, M. Boland, Cindy L. Lucero and Michael P. LuceroLocation: 317 West Ave., RiflePrice: $145,000Date: March 5, 2004
The old Carbondale City Market site would make it possible to centralize a warehouse, a canning and flash freezing facility, and space for a thrift store.
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