Moffat County real estate transactions eclipse $2.1M in February |

Moffat County real estate transactions eclipse $2.1M in February

The following real estate sales were recorded in February in Moffat County and surpassed $2.1 million combined.

1191 Sunrise Lane
Seller: Kama Investments LLC
Buyer: Cleotilde Villa
Price: $130,000
Date: Feb. 1
Description: Sunrise at Shadow Mountain subdivision, lot 22

668 Taylor St.
Seller: Robert Alvestad
Buyer: Monika Valdez
Price: $365,000
Date: Feb. 3
Description: Original Craig subdivision, lots 7-9, block 24

Juniper Place
Seller: Diamondback Investments LLP
Buyer: Manuel Tarango
Price: $27,000
Date: Feb. 7
Description: Pine Ridge Apartments and Townhomes subdivision, lots 1, 1a, 2 and 2a, filing 3

885 Stout St.
Seller: Secretary of HUD
Buyer: Cody Fredrickson
Price: $191,400
Date: Feb. 9
Description: Valley View subdivision, lots 14-15, block 1N 6′ lot 14

315 E 6th St.
Seller: Aaron Hardy
Buyer: Shad Butler
Price: $179,000
Date: Feb. 10
Description: Rosedale subdivision, block 4, E55′ of lots 25-26

122 E. 4th St.
Seller: Ryan Lawson
Buyer: Kama Investments LLC
Price: $120,000
Date: Feb. 15
Description: Original Artesia subdivision, lots 19-20, block 13, W2 of each lot

No address
Seller: David Walters
Buyer: City of Craig
Price: $160,000
Date: Feb. 15
Description: See document

2991 Pine Ridge Drive
Seller: George Raftopoulos
Buyer: Patricia Johnson
Price: $615,000
Date: Feb. 21
Description: Pine Ridge subdivision 3, lot 14, block 6, and lot 15 of the replat of lot 15 filing 3

702 Rose St.
Seller: Michael Beldon
Buyer: Fuentes, Guillermo Martinez &
Price: $27,000
Date: Feb. 22
Description: Original Craig subdivision, lots 23-24, block 16

315 Apple St.
Seller: Logan Blankenship
Buyer: John Arthurs III
Price: $330,000
Date: Feb. 24
Description: Woodbury subdivision, lot 16, block 1

Total sales: $2.1 million

Support Local Journalism

Support Local Journalism

Readers around Craig and Moffat County make the Craig Press’ work possible. Your financial contribution supports our efforts to deliver quality, locally relevant journalism.

Now more than ever, your support is critical to help us keep our community informed about the evolving coronavirus pandemic and the impact it is having locally. Every contribution, however large or small, will make a difference.

Each donation will be used exclusively for the development and creation of increased news coverage.