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screaming.” While we consider this norHalloween horrors aren’t always conmal, reality-TV show behavior, Salem nected to the spirits of the dead, even and surrounding communities found no though the ancient holiday is. Some of other explanation other than witchcraft, the spookiest creatures on the planet are and three women were accused and improducts of human imagination trying prisoned. to explain the workings of Mother Nature, or using Throughout the spring Mother Nature to nefarious and summer of 1693, 200 ends. A quick look at the hispeople were accused; ultitory of some myths and mismately, 20 were executed conceptions shines a light on and others died in jail. frightful tales. Eventually reason prevailed and wise leaders released The legendary witch hunts the accused, offering apoloof Salem in 1692 may have gies and funds to help the root in a fungus, Ergot (Claviceps purpura), which invades Carol O’Meara affected families. rye and other grains. ColonizWitches weren’t the only Colorado State University Extension ones to suffer from bad ing the flower and growing in place of kernels, the fungus public relations; wolf spican get mixed into the grain before ders also have a bad rap. In the Middle milling and end up in food. It is here Ages around Italy and the Mediterthat a chemical found in the fungus – ly- ranean, the belief held that a bite from sergic acid, from which LSD can be exthe wolf spider caused Tarantism, a listtracted – causes problems. less, fainting condition that could only In the winter of 1692, two young girls be cured by music. in the home of Reverend Samuel Parris Victims described by eyewitness in began acting strangely, with contorted the early 1500’s seemed to be insane, postures, “foolish, ridiculous speeches,” singing absentmindedly to the beat of a drum, with arms, legs and the entire throwing items and “blasphemous

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body moving in beat with the music. The same could be said of me as I gyrate around the garden in time to the music on my iPod, so I hope the neighbors don’t call an arachnologist. Having one of my colleagues see me dance could be embarrassing. Arguments abound on the real cause of the myth: superstition, mass hysteria or sun stroke have been suggested. Some hold that it was a ruse to get money from sympathizers of the afflicted, others that it was a means for peasants to dance in public and skirt the ban of the church. Either way the innocent victim of this myth is the spider. The iconic symbol of Halloween, the Jack O’ Lantern, hasn’t always been the cheerful orange pumpkin we use today. The original Irish myth, in which a man named Jack tricked the Devil not once, but twice, into promising not to take his soul when he died, led to a comeuppance for the Irish rogue when he expired and neither heaven nor hell would take him. The Devil, in a fit of temper at having been tricked twice, banished Jack to wander the dark night, hurling a burn-

ing coal from hell after him. Jack put the coal into a carved out turnip and has been using it to light his way as he roams the Earth ever since, becoming known as “Jack O’ Lantern.” In Ireland and Scotland, people made their Jack O’ Lanterns from turnips or potatoes; the English used beets. Immigrants from these countries brought the tradition with them when they came to the United States, where they discovered that pumpkins are perfect for carving the ghostly decorations. Placed in front of the home, the Jack O’ Lantern protects against evil spirits and witches, which reputedly fear fire. Jazz up yours with a sprinkling of cinnamon and nutmeg inside the top of the gourd; the heat from the flame will have your goblin guard double as a delectable air freshener that smells of pumpkin pie. Carol O’Meara is a horticulture entomologist with the Colorado State University Extension office at the Boulder County Fairgrounds in Longmont. Contact her by calling 303-6786238 or emailing comeara@co.boulder.co.us. For more gardening tips, check out her blog at gardeningafterfive.wordpress.com.

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Cool-season crops still have time to thrive By Joe Lamp’l

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Leaves are turning and the tomatoes, peppers and cucumbers have finished the season, but there’s still time to grow and enjoy some of the sweetest, crispiest, most flavorful vegetables of the year. Cool-season vegetables do best when the average daytime temperature is 65 to 80 degrees, and nighttime temperatures stay in the 40-degree range. Hot weather causes them to become bitter or go to seed, but many can tolerate cooler temperatures and even a light frost. Cool-season crops still need at least six hours of full sun a day, so plant in rich, well-drained soil that isn’t shaded. Select seeds packaged with detailed “days to maturity” information, and then find the average date of your area’s first autumn frost. Count the days to maturity backward from the first frost date to determine when to plant. Work some organic fertilizer or compost into the soil about a week before planting, and add a bit at the base of the plants a few weeks later. Once up and growing, most vegetables need about an inch of water per week, and they’ll benefit more from

about two deep applications than more frequent light ones. But germinating and newly sprouted seeds should be lightly and frequently sprinkled until they’re well established. Use dried grass clippings, mulch, newspapers or straw to cover the area around the seeds to help keep the soil moist and reduce weeds. Fall garden greens are more productive when harvested early and often. Use the “cut-and-come-again” method of taking mature outside leaves rather than the whole plant. Even if you cut from the center, if you don’t cut too closely to the plant’s base, you’ll have new greens to harvest in a matter of days. Extend the growing season by covering the plants on freezing nights. Use light blankets, burlap or floating row covers supported by stakes or wire or hoops to keep them off the plants. Be sure they’re pulled off once the sun is up. Giving plants even one more layer of protection is like moving the whole garden one full gardening zone south. For an even longer season, build a simple cold frame from inexpensive, recycled materials like straw bales piled up to form walls covered by an old window. Here are some favorite cool-season crops. Try them, and see which you en-

joy, and which do best in your gardening area. Cut-and-come-again greens: • Lettuce. Loose-leaf varieties including “Black-seeded Simpson,” “Green Ice” and “Prizehead“; erect, cylindrical head varieties like “Medallion,” “Rouge d’Hiver” romaine and “Olga.” • Spinach. “Tyee hybrid,” “Dark Green Bloomsdale” and “Hybrid 7.” • Swiss chard. Yellow and green varieties are hardier than the pinks and reds. • Kale. “Blue Knight” and “Early Siberian.” Hardy roots: • Beets. “Ruby Queen,” “Red Ace,” “Pacemaker II“‘ Harvest when beets are one to three inches across, and before the first hard frost. • Carrots. “Scarlet Nantes,” “Little

Finger,” “Danvers Half Long” and “Spartan Bonus.” In colder climates, sow 70 days, and harvest before, the first hard frost. In milder climates, store right in the ground and dig up as needed. • Radishes. “Early Scarlet Globes,” “Cherry Belle,” “Snowbells” and “White Icicle.” Radishes left in the ground too long become pithy. Harvest them when young and sweet, as early as three weeks after planting. • Turnips. “Purple Top,” “White Globe” and “Just Right.” They taste best when they’re medium-sized, about three inches in diameter. Store in the ground, cover with mulch and dig as needed. The tops are also delicious cooked as greens. Joe Lamp’l, host of “Growing a Greener World” on PBS, is a master gardener and author. Visit www.joegardener.com.


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Lower percentage rate might be worth refinance Q: I bought a house in March and got a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage at 4.85 percent. I put 20 percent down and owe $202,000. When we bought our home, my credit score was in the 840s and my partner's was just below that. Can we get a cheaper rate to refinance? A: It's amazing to see how far interest rates have fallen in the past six months. When you bought your property, you probably thought that getting a long-term mortgage for less than 5 percent was a great deal – and it was. But in October, 30-year mortgage rates fell to less than 4 percent for the first time in history. While these low interest rates are a reflection of our troubled economy, some folks are able to take advantage. You have a couple of options: You can shop around for a cheaper 30-year loan. But a better move might be to look for a great 15-year mortgage deal, if you can handle the higher monthly payments. For homeowners with great credit, at Ilyce Glink least 20 percent equity in the property and Tribune Media Services enough cash on hand to satisfy the lender, 15-year fixed-rate mortgages are being offered around 3.25 percent (or lower) as we went to press. This is an excellent long-term rate that will allow you to pay virtually no interest and get your home paid off in 15 years. Most of what you pay will be principal, not interest. If you can swing it, you might even look at a 10-year loan. These are currently priced around 3 percent (as we went to press) or can be had for even a little less. I'd stay away from the variable rate mortgages. Once the economy improves, these mortgage rates will be gone forever. Take advantage now. I'd start shopping around with local lenders as well as the big banks. You should plan on speaking with loan officers at four or five different types of companies: megabanks, small regional or local banks, credit unions, local mortgage brokers, and online lenders. Each of these companies offers something different, and until you compare their loan programs on an apples-to-apples basis, you won't be able to know which one is best for you.

Rethinking the home office Home Office in the Guest Room In small spaces, combining a comfortable sleeping spot and an efficient office is a challenge. Repurpose a wide, shallow closet into a "pocket office." Replace overlapping sliding doors with either bi-fold doors or a curtain panel. Then add a generous work surface with a built-in countertop and wall-mounted shelves for storage. Pull up an occasional chair to get to work. When guests come calling, simply shut the doors on your incognito office and set the chair against a wall to hold their luggage. Replace the bed for a multifunction piece. Consider a daybed, an expanding bed within an ottoman (instead of a futon), a trundle or a sofa bed. All provide a cozy place to work by day and morph into a full-sized sleeping spot for guests. Home Office in the Living Room This is one of the most natural places for a home office. Here's how to make sure you separate work and play. Arrange the office so you don't see it when you're not using it. "The living room is supposed to be a relaxing, social space, so it's nice to be able to make your office 'go away,' " says Maxwell Gillingham-Ryan, "Apartment Therapy" author. One option is the ever-handy computer armoire. Another is orienting the couch and other seating in one direction, and the office setup in another, such as against a window wall and facing outside. Divide the room into two distinct zones with a visual buffer between them. Libby Langdon, a New York designer, loves nestling a shallow office area against a far wall

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O’Koniewski says sellers need to realize that “no amount of marketing will make a dent if the price is not right.� Beyond price, O’Koniewski says sellers should have great photos online and a truthful description of the property. Vehon says sellers should focus on identifying the appropriate price for the property first, and then work on curb appeal and staging. “Sometimes clients won’t even get out of the car if the house doesn’t look good from the outside,� Vehon says. “Buyers need a reason to take the next step and go inside the house.� Once inside, buyers expect to see a home in excellent condition that has been staged to show off its advantages, Vehon says. “The most important thing to remember is that if a house is priced correctly, it can even get multiple offers,� says Thorn.

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2 Adjoining 2100+ SF comm/industrial condominiums in Lafayette. Can be combined to 4400 SF, MMJ allowed. #1- 800 SF fin, 3 ofcs + recep w/ 1300 SF warehouse. #2- 480 SF fin, 2 ofcs BOULDER 2 br 1 ba + recep w/ 1620 SF Sunny, townhouse, 1-car warehouse. gar, Great condition, Mtn A/C, 240 amp power, views, City of Boulder 12’ ovrhd roll up door, affordable unit in desirabacks to Coal Creek ble Wellman Creek - new trail. Excellent paint, floors, updates! finishes, 3% co-op. $158,000, (303) 284-6144. #1 $240,000 #2 $220,000 Classified Ads get Both $440,000 Results very, very fast! Jim 303-665-3635

5007

Mobile Home For Sale

6000

Homes for Rent

2002 Mobile Home in Eagle Crest Park, 28x52, 3 bdrm, 2 ba, jacuzzi tub, A/C, $55K, 303-772-1498

1BR Apt in N Longmont 62 or older or persons w/disabilities Call for move-in Specials 303-485-5232

PLACE YOUR AD.

2, 3, 4 Bedroom Homes 1293 Trail Ridge, 10694 Upper Ridge, 2628 Danbury Dr, 303 Mumford 48 Placer Ave 37 Meredith Lane 1965 Carr Ct Call PMP 303-776-RENT

List your sale and prepare to purge. TURN USED ITEMS into $25, 10 lines, 4 days Quick cash with Classiplus a FREE fieds! garage sale kit! Place your ad. Call Call 303.466.3636 303-466-3636 or or 970-635-3650 970-635-3650 Or visit OPEN HOUSE FrontRangeClassifiedSAT 10/22  10a- 4p s.com BRAND NEW 3B OR 4B Manufactured Homes **Special One** Stunning Floor Plans EZ CREDIT Only Tri-level with 3 with LOW Down and bedrooms, 3 baths, 2 LOW Monthly. car garage, available A MUST SEE! now with owner! in ENTER TO WIN Longmont, $ BIG BUCKS $ HARMONY RD 2500 E HARMONY Below $206,001....Do FT COLLINS not have to wait for STONEYBROOK“other“ approval. Call 435 N 35TH AVE GREELEY LOVELAND PLAZA-4105 N GARFIELD LVLD or CALL NOW for showing! for Details!! $206,000.

970-420-8488

2 BDRM, 1 BA ranch, N/S, N/P, 2 car gar, A/C, frpl, $985+ dep, Sr disc. 303-746-9395 2 BDRM APTS, Starting at $650 Avail now! Sorry no pets. PWP (720)233-1180 (303)447-1502 2BR, 2 car gar, ranch style in NE Lgmt. Remodeled, new applcs, W/D, N/S, N/P, $1100  303-651-6992 3BR, 2BA, home in Frederick, fenced yd, fnshd bsmnt, 2 car heated gar. $1300 + dep N/S 303-775-8158

6000

Homes for Rent

6000

Homes for Rent

5000

Homes for Sale

5000

3 BR, $1100/month Showing Sun. & Mon only 10am-4pm, Avail 11/1. 305 7th Street, Fredeick 516-984-8922 3BR, 2BA Close to Great Schools & Park. Sprinkler sys, fireplace, 2 car gar, 1600sf, N/P/S $1200

Available Now!

2021 Spencer Street 303-591-2351 3BR, 2BA, living + fam rms, new floors & counters, 2 car in NW Lngmt, lg fenced yd, pet ok, walk to Sanborn, $1250/mo 303-746-7615

3 BR Homes Firestone/Frederick 11406 Ebony St 824 Catalpa 7174 Canyon Way Call PMP 303-776-RENT 4 bdrm, 4 ba, Gunbarrel, poss furn, N/P, N/S $2800/mo Short lease possible 303-589-6970 Available 11/1, Furnished or Unfurnished, Same Rent 2500+sqft, 4br, 3ba (1 w/ jetted tub), fenced yd, pets neg, no smoking inside, 2 car, 1 block to Skyline HS, Heritage MS, park, pool, p/u flyer at 1322 Hilltop Dr., $1250 + $1250 sec dep + util Call 720-530-6446 or 303-651-1076 DACONO, 3 bdrm, 2 ba, lndry rm, 24x10 scrnd porch, extra room, 1700sf mobile, $850 303-909-2404 Sunny Victorian great for business or residence $1275 506 Kimbark 303-682-1777

Homes for Sale

1734 HOLEMAN DR.

Bring the moving truck now! New 2 tone paint, carpet and appliances. Partially finished basement means room to expand. $284,900

3 SHARPE CT. Discover home ownership here on a Large corner lot, new paint, carpet and appliances. Great location for the morning commute or the evening stroll! New Price! $169,900

Executive Rent-to-Own Hygiene Kid-friendly, quiet lakeside neighborhood, adj open space. Exc schls. 4 bdrm, 2.5 ba, 3 car. No smkg, pet nego, $2500/mo. Hugh Fowler, 303-986-1606

720 HAYDEN CT. Tri-level located near Twin Peaks Golf has new paint, carpet, vinyl and appliances. Get this 3 bedroom, 3 bath, 2 car garage all for just $174,900

House with Shop

40x60 shop + 3BR house. $1800/mo lease. First 2 months only $900. 8 miles W. of Wilson & Hwy. 34. 64 Tracy Trail, Loveland. Open Sat. 10-2 719-433-5095 Jamestown Cabin w/ 3BRs+loft. Huge covered deck near Bldr/ Lgmt $1150/mo. 1 yr lease. 303-522-8312 Owner/Broker

Longmont Estates 2 story 4BR, 3 remodled BA, 2 car, spectacular mtn view, lg front & fncd bkyd, encl patio. AC, 2 gas frpls $1650 720-331-2111 Office Space  3rd & Main St. Lyons, 1000 SF, $1,000/mo + util., own prkg, kitch & strge. 303-823-9273 or email jpdesk2@ hotmail.com.

LONGMONT REALTY

303-772-7576

629 Terry St., Longmont

www.longmont-realty.com

6000

Homes for Rent

NE LONGMONT - Spotless 4BR, 2Bth charmer! Main flr master. All appliances, Dbl Gar. Nice Yard close to schools. $1250 + sec. dep 303-682-0701.

6000

Homes for Rent

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October 22, 2011

5000

Homes for Sale

5000

Homes for Sale

Apartments for Rent

EASTGLEN APTS 630 Lashley, Longmont

50 19th Ave

1, 2 & 3 BEDROOMS: laundry. Wtr, trash, sewer pd

Move-in Specials!

(303)682-2943

LONGMONT REALTY

303-772-7576

629 Terry St., Longmont

www.longmont-realty.com

121 PLACER AVE.

Spacious 2 story with huge yard, 2 car detached garage. Lots of potential for the handyperson. Discover this gem in a great location for schools, parks, bus and shopping. $142,900

1127 17TH AVE

Discover this .46 Acre lot with access off 17th Ave. and see the endless possibilities for this property. Log ranch home needs TLC. $114,900

LONGMONT REALTY

303-772-7576

629 Terry St., Longmont

www.longmont-realty.com

6001

Apartments for Rent

 1, 2 & 3 BDRM Apartment Homes The Shores Apartments, Hwy 66 & Airport Rd

(303)774-8000 

1 & 2 BDRM Apt Homes Fox Ridge Apts Premier Gated Community. Pets OK! For Info & Specials Call (303)774-9944

6001

Apartments for Rent

1 & 2 BR Apt. Homes Victoria Inn Apts. 2400 17th Ave. For info & specials, call 303-772-4667.

1.5BR close to shopping, bus. 222 S Main Lease, ref., N/P $465/ mo. 303-507-3457

2 BDRM APTS

Starting at $695/month Call PMP, 303-776-RENT

1 & 2 Bedroom Apartment Homes Ute Creek Apts E 17th & Pace (303) 684-6821 utecreekapts.com

VALUE PLACE FIRESTONE Extended Stay Hotel $229.99/wk for Double Studios

Min stay of 4 weeks required. 2 bed 375 Sq Ft

Perfect for visiting friends & family! I-25 & Hwy 119, Longmont exit 240.

303-485-0040 Must bring ad at check-in to qualify.

*Expires 10/31/11 *New Guests Only*

Cute 1BR, coin W/D, AC, N/P. $525/mo 720-628-1512 or 303-941-2158 Newly Remodeled 2BR, 1BA. Longmont Housing accepted. 303-530-0991

Call PMP, 303-776-RENT

Frederick: 2 units avail now. Both are 2 BD & loft, sm side yd w/priv fence. 1 w/2 BA and A/C, 1 w/1 BA. Kitchen appl incl. microwave. W/D hookup. Sewer and front lawn maint included. Quiet, close to schools, shops, Rec ctr. $900/mo + dep. Pets neg. 303-833-1723.

Immaculate SW Longmont Twnhm 2200sf, 2BR, main flr mstr, 2.5BA, study, fp, deck $1450, 303-442-8693

for 6005 RentApts. Furnished NO lse,dep or credit chk Wkly/4-wk, 303-776-2185 ALSO RV SITES AVAIL!

SEMI-FURN Rooms/Apts Wkly/mnthly from $100/wk Utils/micro/fridge inc (303)931-7108

6007

Duplexes

2010 Yeager Dr. 2BR, 1BA, 1 car gar, all major appliances, no pets, $950/mo Bill 303-776-0684

Bob 303-926-0167

Roommate wanted to share 4 bdrm, 2 bath house, NP/NS, $350/mo. +$350/dep. 1 + ⁄ 2 utls, 6 mo lease. Call 720-519-8604 or 303-956-8771.

6015

Retail Space for Lease

2773 SQ FT- Busy shopping center, 1116 Francis St, $825. Alert RE 303-776-5156 Classified Ads get Results very, very fast!

6016

Office Space for Lease

255 WEAVER PARK CLASS “A” second floor office space for lease or sale. Common area, conference room, elevator, mountain views. 1 yr Free Rent!

Don Rulle, CCIM

303-772-2222 $250/mo, 110 to 5000 SF 2432 Main, Four Seasons Realty. 303-875-1345. 2700 sq ft $1250/mo Central location. 303-652-3762

Duplex/Condo

1007 Pearl Street, 553 sf, 1,033 sf, 1,812 sf $20 / sf NNN, Call Doug or Bo at 303-443-8850

Frederick 1 bdrm duplex, 537 5th St. $595 Call PMP, 303-776-RENT

2 BR 3.5 Ba Beautiful TH- 930 Button Rock $1195. 1 car gar 970-669-0842 or RMPM.com

www.dottedi.biz/rental

3 Downtown Boulder offices for lease

 2 BDRM, 1.5 ba, 2 car gar $900. Refs & deposit required. 720-334-0695

2BR, 2.5BA Newer Townhouse in Quail Crossing. Garage, frpl, & unfin bsmnt. $1100/mo, Possible Rent to Own Option 303-772-3363

Private Room in Quiet Neighborhood Share nice home in Erie. $450/mo incl. cable/internet

3BR, 1.5BA, off st pkg, N/P, W/D hkup, $815/mo. Water paid. Gerald 303-775-1598

Townhomes/ 6002 Condos for Rent

Call 303.466.3636 or 970-635-3650

Rooms for Rent

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2 BDRM 2255 Emery, #3B Call PMP, 303-776-RENT

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2 BDRM Ask about our

Available November 5 Quiet 2BR, 1.5BA, complete kitchen, W/D hook up, AC, private patio, sm. storage, N/S/P. $775 +$700 dep, 333 23rd 303-532-6522 or 303-772-3152

2219 SHERMAN ST, Tri-level is ready for your finishing touches. 3 bedroom, 2 bath needs some TLC, then you can reap the rewards of home ownership. $144,900 384 CONRAD DR. Move right into this 3 BR, 3 BA home with beautiful flagstone patio. Newly updated and ready to be enjoyed! $218,900

Townhomes/ 6002 Condos for Rent 6010

6009

Housemates/ Roommates

1 or 2 BDRM’s w/ priv baths, avail in large clean non-smk home. SW Lgmt. Inc W/D, cable & utils. No pets. $480 & $520/mo 720-438-1359

$420 /mo incl utils

1 Room in clean non -smoking home in SW Lgmt near open space & mall. 720-495-5053

PROFESSIONAL Offices N Lgmt 1400 sf suite w/ 8 offcs. Also 150 to 825 sf single ofcs & 3 office suite. All grnd level, 2 entr, grt prkg. 303-956-1141 Qualty Single Offices $350 to $500, free utils. (720)280-9047

6017

Indust./Comm’l for Lease

788 Sq Ft, Downtown Louisville. 303-664-9632 For Lease Approx 695 sq ft, Main St, Louisville. 303-664-9632

Up to 80 percent off every day.

6017

Indust./Comm’l for Lease

Dry Storage 8000sf+, $1200+, off Ken Pratt Blvd in S. Longmont 303-472-4542

PLACE YOUR AD. Call 303.466.3636 or 970-635-3650

House with Shop

40x60 shop + 3BR house. $1800/mo lease. First 2 months only $900. 8 miles W. of Wilson & Hwy. 34. 64 Tracy Trail, Loveland. Open Sat. 10-2 719-433-5095 Up to 3500 sq ft of space available at 1501 Nelson Road in Longmont. Ideal for light manufacturing or Warehousing. $1600 + utilities. Can be subdivided. Call Ben at 303-548-2588 for more information or to view the space.

Space 6018 Storage for Lease INDOOR GARAGE & Commercial Storage 20x40x16 w/14x14 doors start at $325. 20x50x16 w/ 30 amp elect, man door & pwr door opener start at $425. Garage Storage LLC, 4070 Camelot Cir, located I25 Business Park. I-25 & Hwy-66. 970-535- 6074 www. Longmont-storage. com

6020

Mobile Home For Rent

Brand New Homes to Rent Starting at $899/Month! 3 to 4 bedrooms and 2 baths Fitness room Club House  Playground  Pool  Pet Friendly





Sun Homes At Eagle Crest 888-246-5232 www.4eaglecrest.com

FIND IT. SELL IT. FAST.

840 BRIMBLE CT. 2 Story is move in ready with fresh paint, new carpet & Whirlpool appliances. Discover the privacy on this culdesac location! Lots of room to roam in this home! $249,900

6001

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Real Estate Transactions are supplied by Prospects Unlimited Inc., www.prospectsunlimited.com, 303-979-9536.

Longmont • Agnes Bates from Derena A Belg Living Trust, 3731 Findlay Ln, Longmont, $269,000, home • Maddren Dawson from Deutsche Bank Trust Co America, 434 Dickson St, Longmont, $80,700, home • Jane Tipton from John England, 1607 Metropolitan Dr Unit A, Longmont, $203,000, condo • Pedro Rivera from John Honea, 1710 Sunlight Dr, Longmont, $299,500, home • Hearthstone Crossing from Longmont Housing Development C, 1765 Cook Ct, Longmont, $390,600, home • Samantha & Nathan Harris from Rodney Oliver, 746 Memory Ln, Longmont, $316,300, home • Lily & Andrew Vagelatos from William Sheafor, 1126 Sumac St, Longmont, $175,000, home • Kimberly Dugan from James Wiehe, 1037 Pratt St, Longmont, $176,500, home • William Rhead from Fannie Mae, 1716 Gay St, Longmont, $99,900, home • Elizabeth Nel from Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp, 816 S Bross St, Longmont, $158,500, home • Steve Conder from Galen Green, 754 Francis St, Longmont, $128,000, home • Amy & Rick Keen from Lennar Colorado LLC, 1735 Trevor Ct, Longmont, $245,000, home • Mark Sekich from Reed Virginia Tansey Living Trust, 2142 Meadow Ct, Longmont, $132,000, home • Peter Tran from Fannie Mae, 305 Summerhawk Dr Unit 69, Longmont, $129,900, condo • Sander & Linda Blackburn from Fannie Mae, 11830 N Beasly Rd, Longmont, $385,000, home • Ariel Steele from Harriet Jean Waneka Family Trust, 2031 Lincoln St, Longmont, $215,000, home • Steven Dapkus from Jeanine Tarrant, 2220 Barn Swallow Dr, Longmont, $382,300, home • Kyla Denton from Scott Vanderschel, 927 E 4th Ave, Longmont, $145,000, home • Nicolas & Luz Rodriguez from Julie Carmen, 2 S Gay Dr, Longmont, $175,000, home • Christine Swoboda from Ann Lillie, 2314 Watersong Cir, Longmont, $311,000, home • Veronica Hernandez from Tiffany Monroe, 1543 19th Ave, Longmont, $154,900, home • Channon & Joni Visscher from Martin Straub, 1922 Gardenwall Way, Longmont, $360,000, home • Alison Meagher from TLD Management Inc, 1021 Townley Cir, Longmont,

October 22, 2011

$131,000, home • Bikemore Investment from Wells Fargo Bank, 1535 Centennial Dr, Longmont, $93,000, home • Jill Haskins from John Wendel, 2202 Grant St, Longmont, $153,500, home • Mark Michels from Rose Zapf, 619 Kimbark St, Longmont, $85,000, home • Jason & Jessica Whitmore from Charles Hager, 2102 Grant St, Longmont, $132,000, home • Lynne Weldon from Anthony Skala, 2116 Collyer St, Longmont, $111,900, home • Claire Baumgartner from US Bank National Association Trust, 837 Collyer St, Longmont, $90,000, home Allenspark • Michael & Bertille Schant from James Wilson, 1354 Business Route Unit 7, Allenspark, $205,000, condo • Bruce & Sally Vanderkamp from Susan Kay Bell, 16803 Peak Peak Hwy, Allenspark, $305,000, home Berthoud • Timothy & Rachelle Clegg from William Cross, 1720 Chaparro Cir, Berthoud, $479,000, home • Jason Hughes from Charles Johnson, 806 N 4th St, Berthoud, $175,000, home • Sapphire LLC from Randy Lofquist, 4155 Highplains Dr, Berthoud, $2,060,000, home • Robert & Eliz Davis from Bruce Johnstone, 22327 County Road 3, Berthoud, $415,000, home • Steven & Gladys Coseo from Peakview Homes Inc, 105 Quandary Ave, Berthoud, $210,000, home • Bobby Honebein from Fannie Mae, 108 Keep Cir, Berthoud, $158,500, home • Barbara Donnelly from Robert Green, 2105 Blue Mountain Ave, Berthoud, $480,000, home • Jason Cell from Thomas Rottinghaus, 1620 S Green Ridge Rd, Berthoud, $256,500, home • Dan & Shireen Hockensmith from William Julia Hielscher Trust, 104 N County Road 23, Berthoud, $225,000, home Dacono • Christopher & She Johnson from Tamrick Homes Inc, 5285 Peregrine Rd, Dacono, $349,300, home • Patrice Redearth from Creighton Thomas, 583 Sterling Ln, Dacono, $112,000, home • Sandra Tigner from Fannie Mae, 620 Elizabeth Street Cir, Dacono, $167,500, home Erie • Steven & Jennifer Vrooma from Jonathan Goodman, 212 Harvest Point Dr, Erie, $305,000, home • Shannon Magness from Robert Keslin, 1699 Woodward St, Erie,

$325,000, home • David & Juliette Strejc from Alan Soloway, 2119 Chestnut Cir, Erie, $263,900, home • Robert Elder from Taylor Morrison Colo Inc, 513 Powers St, Erie, $320,000, home • Paul Leef from Gregory Vanname, 2968 Hunt Ct, Erie, $370,500, home • Rebecca Thompson from Jason Wagnon, 1151 S Egrew Ct, Erie, $305,000, home • Taylor Fraley from Mark Bedillion, 1126 S Davenport Ct, Erie, $304,000, home • Colleen Kellackey from Thomas Houston, 5554 Weld County Road 7, Erie, $265,000, home • Pilipino & Jean Navarro from Thomas Merrill, 2212 Dogwood Dr, Erie, $280,000, home • Jennifer Gray from Brittany Walford, 292 Bonanza Dr, Erie, $247,500, home • Yvan & Marie Hennecart from Meritage Homes Colo Inc, 2366 Hickory Pl, Erie, $392,900, home • CW LLC from Vista Ridge Devl LLC, 1944 Windemere Ln, Erie, $256,600, home • Paul & Linda Rutter from John Carmichael, 1342 Fletcher Dr, Erie, $500,000, home • Carolyn Symsack from Michael Simone, 1260 Northridge Dr, Erie, $374,000, home • Gerald & Gladys Spakes from VRC Devl LLC, 1495 Blue Sky Way Unit 9102, Erie, $118,000, condo • Michael Mansdorfer from Peter Raymond, 7501 Aggregate Blvd, Erie, $565,000, home • Priscilla Welch from Alan Chamberlin, 720 S Beshear Ct, Erie, $230,500, home • Joscelyn & Joscelyn Sroczynski from Sherrill Schneider, 402 Tynan Dr, Erie, $259,900, home • Aran Conroy from Sharon Switzer, 1885 Morris Ct, Erie, $323,000, home Firestone • Dan Rowe from Dul Chamroeun, 4897 Monarch Dr, Firestone, $260,000, home • Cole & Rachael Dulin from Derek Hinz, 205 McClure Ave, Firestone, $130,000, home • Rick Hocking from Richmond American Homes Colo Inc, 4768 Monarch Dr, Firestone, $229,600, home • David & Tania Whelan from Richmond American Homes Colo Inc, 4768 Silverleaf Ave, Firestone, $202,900, home Fort Lupton • Tomas Molina from Gail Coleman, 901 Applewood Ct, Fort Lupton, $122,000, home Frederick • Abby Bullington from David

Ahlstrand, 5334 Fox Run Blvd, Frederick, $170,200, home • David Baumhover from Melody Homes Inc, 4554 Bramble Rd, Frederick, $245,000, home • Cody & Suzanne Hutchinson from Melody Homes Inc, 4415 Bramble Rd, Frederick, $213,000, home • Alvin & Stephani Nix from Saint Aubyn Homes LLC, 9062 Sandpiper Dr, Frederick, $253,500, home • James & Sarah Campbell from Melody Homes Inc, 4357 Bramble Rd, Frederick, $255,100, home • Saint LLC from No Name Creek LLC, 9036 Sandpiper Dr, Frederick, $69,000, home • Saint LLC from No Name Creek LLC, 9032 Sandpiper Dr, Frederick, $93,000, home Lyons • Kimberly & Clay Thompson from Cindy Haraway, 154 Aspen Dr, Lyons, $133,500, home Foreclosures – notice of election and demand • Borrower: Christina Hill, Lender: Deutsche Bank National Trust Company, Amount: $167,316, Property: 405 Indiana Ave, Berthoud, Filed: 10/10/11 • Borrower: Barbara Woodard, Lender: Bank Of America NA Successor, Amount: $220,800, Property: 462 Hunter Ct, Erie, Filed: 10/10/11 • Borrower: Arthur Kohn, Lender: RBS Citizens NA, Amount: $62,092, Property: 2790 175th Ave, Erie, Filed: 10/07/11 • Borrower: Nathan Ziegler, Lender: The Bank Of New York Mellon, Amount: $136,088, Property: 1015 Platte Dr, Fort Lupton, Filed: 10/10/11 • Borrower: Patricia Hughes, Lender: Wells Fargo Bank NA, Amount: $168,279, Property: 5930 E Conservation Dr, Frederick, Filed: 10/12/11 • Borrower: Michael Folda, Lender: Flagstar Bank FSB, Amount: $210,782, Property: 5734 N 71st St, Longmont, Filed: 10/06/11 • Borrower: Shaun Bolinger, Lender: The Bank Of New York Mellon, Amount: $221,847, Property: 2218 Lincoln St, Longmont, Filed: 10/10/11 • Borrower: Jerry & Cindi Winterscheidt, Lender: HSBC Bank USA NA As Trustee, Amount: $204,021, Property: 48 University Dr, Longmont, Filed: 10/10/11 • Borrower: Gabriel & Angelica Crespo, Lender: Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas, Amount: $165,318, Property: 1217 S Terry St, Longmont, Filed: 10/11/11 • Borrower: Raymond Mueller, Lender: JPMorgan Chase Bank National Association, Amount: $252,439, Property: 1486 Clover Creek Dr, Longmont, Filed: 10/10/11


October 22, 2011

Times-Call / Home & Real Estate Weekly

OPEN HOUSE DIRECTORY FEATURED HOMES Open Sat 12-3

Open Saturday 1-4pm

620 Gay Street

1678 Albion Lane

Longmont

Longmont

$360,000

$265,000

LOCATION! LOCATION! LOCATION! Cottage bungalow in old town Longmont. Located in desirable area at a great price. Feels like home the minute you step inside. Beautiful updating throughout. This home is an absolute beauty inside and out. Gorgeous mature landscaping with court yards, adorable front porch, ponds and secret garden walkways. You won’t be disappointed! Walking distance to parks and restaurants.

3 Bed, 3 Bath,With Over-Sized Garage

Beautiful Quarter Acre Lot-Close to McIntosh Lake, Silver Creek , Westview and Longmont Estates Schools.

Tracy Wilson/The Group, Inc. • 970-567-0907

Charlotte Woodward • Niwot Real Estate • 720-317-1128

Open Sat 11-1

Saturday 11-1pm

West Longmont Clover Creek Community

9496 Schlagel St. Longmont

Well sought after community and home backing to open space. 3 bed/2.5 ba 2-story, Open floor plan with vaulted ceilings, part. Basmnt, mnt views , community pool and parks, ready for move-in!

Private .64 acre paradise close to town. 5BR, 2 BA, 2 car garage 32x32 shop/garage

Garry Callis • Legacy Real Estate Group • 303-257-4725

Colleen Vandendriessche • PRO, LLC. • 303-449-3444

3425 Bluestem Avenue,

$398,000

$232,500

Day

Price

Location

Address

Hours

Office

Phone

Saturday

$215,000

Longmont

2206 Stuart

1-3pm

Dyer Realty, Inc/Dyer

303-772-3200

Saturday

$218,500

Longmont

336 Judson St.

3-5pm

RE/MAX Traditions/Landers

303-819-1638

Saturday

$232,500

Longmont

3425 Bluestem Avenue

11-1pm

Legacy Real Estate Group/Callis

303-257-4725

Saturday

$240,000

Longmont

1506 S. Pratt

11am-3pm

ERA Tradewind/Seeley

303-589-4719

Saturday

$265,000

Longmont

1678 Albion Lane

1-4pm

Niwot Real Estate/Woodward

720-317-1128

Saturday

$360,000

Longmont

620 Gay Street

12-3pm

The Group, Inc/Wilson

970-567-0907

Saturday

$389,900

Berthoud

3004 Sundown Drive

1-3pm

Keller Williams/Boone

303-916-9223

Saturday

$398,000

Longmont

9496 Schlagel St.

11-1pm

PRO, LLC./Vandendriessche

303-449-3444

Saturday

$499,500

Longmont

6583 Ute Highway

11-1pm

Prudential Rocky Mountain Realtors/Bryant

303-772-2222

Saturday

$620,000

Longmont

13601 N. 115th St.

2 -5pm

Coldwell Banker Castle Pines/Gruber

303-886-3200

ONLY $49!

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October 22, 2011

OPEN HOUSE DIRECTORY FEATURED HOMES 314 Main St. Lyons

2206 Stuart

Longmont

Longmont $218,500

$285,000

$215,000

Classic Old Town home on tree-lined street Rich wood built-ins, doors & trim Updated: Marble bath, new roof, furnace, AC Gleaming hardwood floors Spacious deck shaded by mature trees

Live, work, invest, expand... you can do it all in this 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom bungalow!

Jonelle Tucker • Coldwell Banker Residential • 303-902-6250

Open Sat 1-3

Open Sat 3-5pm 336 Judson St.

Open Sun 12-2

Josh Landers • RE/MAX Traditions • 303-819-1638

Open Sat 11-3

1506 S. Pratt Longmont

NEW

PRI

CE!

Great NW Longmont location! Immaculate 3 br, 2.5 bath home. Walk out patio on lower level, over 2400 sq ft, two car attached garage.

Deanna Dyer • Dyer Realty, Inc. • 303-772-3200

Open Sat 1-3pm 3004 Sundown Drive Berthoud Immaculate Vaquero Estates Property (southwest of Berthoud off of CO RD 21) Just Reduced & Offered at

$240,000

5 Bed, 3 Bath, 2416 sq. ft. Lovely ranch with hardwood floors in Southmoor Park!

Robert Seeley/ERA Tradewind • 303-589-4719

$389,900

Beth Boone • Keller Williams • 303-916-9223

Day

Price

Location

Address

Hours

Office

Phone

Sunday

$285,000

Lyons

314 Main St.

12-2pm

Coldwell Banker Residential/Tucker

303-902-6250

Sunday

$335,000

Longmont

1015 Champion Circle

1-3pm

Colorado Gold Real Estate/Renken

303-717-8991

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