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July 24, 2010

A Cozy


Couple seeks a warm, inviting family room

Get help when buying a foreclosure Keep your lawn looking good even in the heat

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July 24, 2010

Creating an outdoor space

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A Taste of Comfort Warm colors, cozy touches make for a relaxing family room By Candice Olson Home and Garden Television

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Bobbie and Anthony have made some interesting moves. They were working on a film when they met, and when filming wrapped, Anthony moved to Los Angeles to be with Bobbie. Married soon after, they renovated their first home and then another. Finding the work more satisfying than the L.A. lifestyle, they packed up and moved to Costa Rica, where they bought a secluded property and built a small boutique hotel from the ground up. They loved Costa Rica, but after six years of working seven days a week in the tropical heat, they decided to move north to Anthony’s hometown. They bought a house close to his parents that they are completely renovating (no surprise there), but Bobbie’s anxious about making good design choices in a nontropical climate. While Anthony grew up seeing the four seasons change, Bobbie has always lived in Southern climates and has only seen snow in the movies. Bobbie and Anthony are afraid they are in over their heads, so they called me to design their family room. Anthony has a vision of a Craftsman-style home, but Bobbie is also hoping for some modern, unexpected touches to lighten things up. This family room will serve as the jumping-off point for the rest of the house, so I want to create a warm, inviting, comfortable space that reflects their style and new environment. Warmth is a big deal here – physically and visually – so my team is ready to bring the cozy touches. The first thing we need is the fireplace. A twosided, see-through, thermostat-controlled gas fireplace with a rustic log insert will keep this family room toasty. It has a huge presence in the space, owing to the three-sided wall of white, linear-format, polished, honed and bush-hammered limestone tile. The combination of different sizes and finishes adds a modern touch, and this treatment is so worth the time and patience it takes to apply each tile individually. It’s simply stunning. To ground this space, hand-scraped oak flooring is the perfect contrast to the light stone of the fireplace. And the warmth of wood continues with a wall of cabinetry that sets the tone for this new family room. I’m using vintage-inspired dressers in stainless steel, leather and wood, flanked by custom-built bookcases, for a spectacular feature wall

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Before, Bobbie and Anthony’s family room was nothing but cement floors and wood frames. After, An area carpet brought all the colors in this room together. With an eclectic mix of accessories, this family room is truly a rustic chic and casually comfortable place to enjoy a snowy, cold winter day curled up by the fire in style. (SHNS/HGTV)

for the TV, media components and storage. There is much warmth in the space with the fireplace and the texture of the natural stone and wood, but I want this place to feel cozy, like your favorite old sweater. So the furniture needs to look as if it has been here forever. Distressed leather for the sofa and chair is just the vintage look I’m after, and the tufting detail even adds a touch of elegance. Inspired by sand, sea and sky, I’m adding color that will bring a touch of Costa Rica to the north. Blue linen draperies, lined for privacy and insulation, provide a fabulous and functional backdrop to

the leather sofa, and accent fabrics in traditional patterns add more color and visual interest throughout the space. With an area carpet that marries together all the colors in the room and an eclectic mix of accessories, this family room is truly a rustic chic and casually comfortable place to enjoy a snowy, cold winter day curled up by the fire in style. Now that’s divine. Interior decorator Candice Olson is host of HGTV’s “Divine Design.” For more ideas, information and show times, visit or

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On the Cover Couple gets a new, relaxing family room. See story above. (SHNS/HGTV)


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Fixing a leaking roof By Dwight Barnett Scripps Howard News Service

Q: During extremely heavy downpours I have a problem with a leak around the heating/cooling vent in my bedroom ceiling. Now I’ve noticed another wet spot about 3 feet away from the vent. Is this a roofing problem, or do I need an HVAC specialist? A: Finding the exact spot where a roof leaks is difficult for even a skilled worker, because the location where water enters the roof and the location of the stain do not always line up. As rainwater seeps through the roof, it will flow down the underside of the decking or along the side of a rafter until the stream meets an obstruction where droplets form and fall to the attic floor. If the leak is significant, water that hits the ceiling of the room will flow toward the lowest part of the ceiling and form a small pool. The added weight of ceiling lights, fans and duct registers cause the drywall on the ceiling to sag at these locations, and even though the sag may not be visible to you, the water will find the lowest area of the ceiling and a stain will form. If the stain continues to grow, I would recommend you make a small, 1-inch hole in the ceiling to allow the water to drain out rather than allow it to soak into and damage the surrounding drywall. If the attic area near the ceiling stain is accessible, have a repairman locate the entry point of the water through the roof. Insert a stiff wire – I use a piece of wire coat hanger – and push it up through the source of the leak and through the roof shingles so the damaged area can be easily located on top of the roof. Working on a roof should be left to the professionals who have the proper tools and safety equipment for working high off the ground and near high-voltage overhead wiring.

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Keep your lawn green in the summer heat This season has brought its share of calamities to the landscape, with hail-shredded leaves and insects that dine on our vegetables. But now that things have Carol O’Meara heated up, it’s the Colorado State lawn that needs a University Extension bit of coddling. The wet, snowy start lulled many of us into thinking our lawns would stay green without much fuss, and many waited to turn on irrigation systems. As the heat hit, sprinklers set for the minimal needs of early summer couldn’t keep up with the demands of scorching temperatures; lawns are responding by going dormant and turning brown. In my yard, the south lawn is crunchy underfoot, a condition our turf specialist says is “not a good thing for grass.” Until the temperatures cool down, help your lawn by giving your irrigation system a head check, looking for broken or tilted sprayers, blockages caused by overgrown plants or heads sheared off by mowing. Make sure the throw of water extends from head to head. Taller grass holds moisture longer, so set your lawnmower deck at 3 inches high for the summer. In general, a Kentucky bluegrass lawn needs approximately 2.5 inches of water each week, split into several different days of watering. Water deeply by having the sprinklers deliver 1to-1.5 inches of water per irrigation. If your lawn woes aren’t cleared up with good irrigation, get a little advice from horticulturists at your local Colorado Sate University Extension office. Through the CSU Lawncheck program, homeowners across the Front Range can get helpful

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As summer temperatures reach nearrecord highs, consumers may unwittingly give themselves a shock when they open their upcoming electric bills. “The obvious solution to this rate increase is to avoid using excess electricity,” says local Ace Hardware owner Dan Gust. Gust and his fellow experts at Ace Hardware Longmont offer nine simple steps for avoiding the cost increase and maybe even saving some money while keeping cool this summer. 1. Evaporative air cooler – For the Colorado climate, an evaporative or swamp cooler operates 75 percent more efficiently than a central air conditioner. In addition, portable coolers are another economical choice, perfect for families wanting to cool just the room they occupy. The cost savings is dramatic. 2. Provide shade for air conditioning units – By shading your air conditioner, consumers utilizing a central air conditioning system can increase efficiency 5 to 10 percent. Shade can be provided by planting bushes or using a shade cloth. It is important to ensure that air can circulate freely around the unit to maintain efficiency. 3. Proper use of ceiling fans – With proper use of a ceiling fan, consumers relying on central air conditioning or evaporative cooling will be just as comfortable with the thermostat set at about 78 degrees opposed to 72. Each degree you are able to raise the thermostat will save three to five percent on costs. 4. Box and window fans – The next best thing to central air or an evaporative cooler is a box fan. Maximize its effects by placing a bowl of ice cubes in front of the


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Dear Helaine and Joe: I have some newspapers that are in good shape for their age, and I was wondering if they are the only ones of their kind around (to report on the assassination of Abraham Lincoln). What might the value be and to whom might I sell them? – G. & J.A.

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Giving an old, tired bathroom a makeover is one of the best things you can do to increase your home’s resale value. And while it can take some planning, remodeling your bathroom is easily within the capability of most homeowners. Get Ideas Start with a visit to a premium tile or cabinet store that offers bathroom displays show-

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To place an ad, call 303-776-7440 or go to and place your ad any time of the day or night. Fax: 303-772-8339…email: Duplexes 4060 Apartments/ Apartments/ Apartments/ Apartments/ Condos/ Commercial/ Unfurnished 4030 Unfurnished 4030 Unfurnished 4030 Unfurnished 4030 Townhouses 4050 Industrial 4040 0 App Fee-$100 off 1st 2 mos

2 BDRM, 1 BA, $700/mo, only $250 deposit. Gas & Wtr paid. 1419 Emery St. Se Habla Espanol. 303-678-6221

Apartments/ Furnished 4010

2 Bdrm, 1 ba, large, comp. •1 & 2 BDRM ✭ $550-$675 remodel-all new, WD, A/C, FREE Heat 1060 17th Ave, patio, N/P/S 2041 Meadow Habla Espanol 720-327-8918 Dr. $835 303-443-4308

● 1 BDRM $865 includes: TV, DSL, utils. Short term N. area. N/S/P 303-570-0402

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

NO lease, dep or credit chk Wkly/mnthly • 303-776-2185 1 BDRM APT´s• ALSO RV SITES AVAIL! Starting at $450, some with

Move-in Specials! Call PMP, 303-776-RENT

Apartments/ Unfurnished 4030

1 BDRM ON COFFMAN $525. On-site laundry, A/C, off-st pkng. N/S. Avail now. (303)651-2881

0 App Fee,1 bdrm, quiet, ● 1 BDRM- remod, N/S $545 Heat furn, A/C. No ● A/C, lndry, off st pkng ● $625, 303-444-0501 Smk/Pets. 303-775-7517 120 Pacific Ave Ft Lupton 1st FLOOR 2 BDRM APT Lg 2 bdrm, grdn lvl, w/d, Quiet area, lndry, nr 23rd N / P / S u t i l i n c . $ 7 9 5 & Main. Sorry no pets, $645 303-857-8777 Top Realty, (303)931-6423


Starting at $550, some with Move-in Specials! Call PMP, 303-776-RENT

2 BDRM- Spacious apt near hospital, avail now. Patio w/ view, lndry room, No smk/pets. $700 + utils. Please call (303)589-1235

CLOVERBASIN VILLAGE 1-888-837-4912 630 Peck DriveLongmont West on Nelson/Airport Rd ▼1 Bedroom, 1 Bath AS LOW AS $614 ▼2 Bedroom, 2 Bath AS LOW AS $741 ▼3 Bedroom, 2 Bath Starting @ $815! ▼3 Bedroom Townhouses Starting at $857!

QUAIL VILLAGE 303-485-0065 321 Quail Roadacross from Longmont Rec Center •2 Bedroom, 2 Bath AS LOW AS $741 •3 Bedroom, 2 Bath Starting at $799!

2 BD, W/D hkp, new paint/carpet, wood flr, 1851 Emery #1, #2 $655 2 BD, 1 bath, carport, 1611 Warren, $695 2 BD, 1 ba, gar, 850SF, 2330 Wedgewood, $710 Alert Realty 303-776-5156

*LIMITED NUMBER AVAILABLE* **Income Guidelines May Apply** • Full Size Washer & Dryer Hookups • Close to Bus lines • Pets Welcome


3 BDRM Mobile home in Erie. N/P. W/D, $650. 735 Kattell #113. 303-980-1204

• FREE Washer/Dryer e Home! Welcom & Carport • Wood-burning fireplace • Large balconies/patios • Approved pets accepted • MTM leases available • Within walking distance of shopping, restaurants & RTD • On line leasing available • One bdr, 1 bath starting at $715! • Two bdr, 2 bath starting at $850!






2400 17th Avenue, Longmont, Colorado 80503

1 Bd From $575 2 Beds From $610 Great Location Large Units Park Like Setting Ample Parking A/C & Pool


UTE CREEK APTS 2 BDRM, 1 ba, W/D, No 1 & 2 bdrm apt homes, smk/pets. 225 E 8th Ave. Move-in specials & dis$675/mo + $675/dep. counts avail. East 17th & 303-678-8663 Pace 303-684-6821

EASTGLEN APTS 630 Lashley, Longmont (303)682-2943 1, 2 & 3 BEDROOMS: SUMMER SAVINGS! Pool, air, laundry ✭Wtr, trash, sewer pd

Horizon Place

● 1471 LAMPLIGHTER2 bdrm, 1 ba, hdwd flrs, nice yd! New wind. $750 + utils. Pets neg. 303-442-6569


2 or 3 bedroom, totally refreshed, 2.5 bath, 1 car, NS/NP, $995/month 303-746-7048.

VALUE PLACE FIRESTONE New Extented Stay Hotel ● $699 * MONTHLY Double Room Special Only 15 Rooms Available ✓ Perfect for visiting friends & family! I-25 & Hwy 119, Longmont exit 240. 303-485-0040 *30 day stay required* Bring ad to qualify. *Expires 7/31/2010

Commercial/ Industrial 4040 3000 & 1500 SQ FT936 MAIN ST Good visibility 303-885-7617

Condos/ Townhouses 4050 ● 1249 HUNTER CT

2 bdrm/1.75 ba, bi-level, 1 Bedroom- $525! single carport, w/d hkups, 2 Bedroom- $625! o RMG Realty Secure bldg, swimming $ 7 0 0 / m303-772-4466 pool, A/C, on-site laundry. Call PMP, 303-776-RENT 2 BDRM, 1.5 ba Twnhs, W/D hkup, A/C, fncd yd & deck, NW loc. $700 + dep. No smk/pet. 303-776-5416 ROOMS & Apartments Weekly/Monthly, from $100/week. Utililties included. (303)931-7108

Lg 3 bdrm, 2 ba, gar, water pd. No dogs. 303-682-2525

2 BDRM/1 BA Pool and laundry on site. Clean end unit. 225 E. 8th. $675. 970-214-4276, lv msg.

3 bdrm/2.5 ba.,2 car ,pool, water & sewer paid, W/D hookups, small pet neg., $1,375/month 307-630-5019 ● 3 BDRM Townhouse, 1.5 ba, fncd yd, bsmt, NW Lgmt. $900/mo. 720-334-0695

4 Bdrm, 4 Ba TH, A/C, frpl, w/d hkup, fncd patio, 1 car gar, 3 lvl, close to Lgmt Rec Ctr & I25. Avail now. N/S, $1600/mo + dep, inc wtr. 303-521-5824 Sec 8 OK.

2 BDRM, Berthoud. Large liv rm, laundry rm, near school, cov pkng, yd, huge storage. $685. 303-684-6554

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GREAT 2 bdrm in Sr bldg 400 Emery St. w/ gas frplc, cov prkg & storage unit $800/mo inc H2O/trash. Contact A&G Prop Mgmt, (303)419-8552

NIWOT/BOULDER CONDO/HOUSES 1, 2 & 3 Bdrm Beauties! • 8060 Niwot Rd #21 • 7945 N. Foothills Hwy • 3250 O´Neal Circle Call PMP, 303-776-RENT

2 BDRM, 2 ba, 2 car gar, fncd yd, full bsmt, quiet cul-de-sac, wood flrs. $995/ mo. 239 Sorento Pl 303-995-4923

6,037 sq ft building with two 14’ overhead doors. Nice A/C office/ showroom area. Large paved parking area. Previously automotive use. $8.75/sq ft NNN -----------------------

1015 3RD ST- BERTHOUD 3 bdrm, 1 car gar, fncd yd. $795/water pd. 720-296-1337 30-151123


✭✭✭✭✭✭✭✭✭✭✭✭✭ 1, 2 & 3 BDRM Apartment Homes The Shores Apartments, Hwy 66 & Airport Rd (303)774-8000 ✭✭✭✭✭✭✭✭✭✭✭

222 1/3 5th St, Frederick. $525. 1 bdrm, 1 ba, tile flrs, lots of prkg. (720)936-1854

BERTHOUD DUPLEX Lots of space for the $$! • 1303 4th. Call TODAY! PMP, 303-776-RENT

DUPLEXES 2 & 3 Bedrooms


• 232 St Clair • 1773 & 1775 Antero • 1626 Harvard • 330 Meeker Call PMP, 303-776-RENT

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July 24, 2010

Garages/Storage Houses 4080 Houses 4080 Roommates Longmont Spaces 4070 4 Bdrm, 3 BA on 10 ac, 3000 FARMHOUSE 3 bdrm, Wanted 4120

INDOOR GARAGE & Commercial Storage 20x40 or 20x50 start at $325, 9x29 w/ gar door $200; 10x10 $75; 12x5 $50; 10x5 $40 I-25 & Hwy-66. 970-535- 6074



sf, all appl, fp, views, horse 1-1/2 ba brick farmhouse nego. $1890 303-678-1991 just north of Longmont. Fireplace, wood stove, washer/dryer, fenced yard, pets okay. $1500 plus BRAND NEW house sec deposit. 303-775-4074.


To rent in Firestone 1200 SF, 3 bdrm/2 bath All New appliances Starting at $849! Swimming pool, playground. Clubhouse and pet friendly! ✓Brand new fitness center coming!

FREDERICK, FIRESTONE & DACONO Homes starting at $675! • 445 6th • 5452 Rustic • 1214 MacDavidson Call TODAY! PMP, 303-776-RENT



Respon, M/F, W. side, large room, great area, golf course, W/D, kit. $400+1/3 utils. 303-775-1144.

Rooms For Rent


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

Retail Space 4135


All real estate advertised in this paper is subject to the federal and state Fair Housing Act which makes it illegal to advertise “any preference, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin, or an intention to make any such preference, limitation, or discrimination.”

HOUSE- 3 BDRM, 3 ba, office, loft, family, living, dining rm, frpl, 3 car, 773 SQ FT- busy shopping backs to park, N/S, $1600/ center, 1116 Francis St, mo, Dave 303-929-2346 $825. Alert RE (303)776-5156

Mobile Homes/ Spaces 4090

NEED MORE SPACE? 3,500 sq. ft. Only $2,500/mo. CHARMING! 2 bdrm home incl. NNN. Long or short in Old Town Erie lg yd & term. Great open space for W/D. $900/mo. N/S. Avail 3 BDRM, 1 BA $650 + $650 a studio. N. Main Street dep & utils. Small pets mid-July. (303)499-0679 location. 303-588-1224 allowed. River Valley Village, 303-772-3240. Charming mountain cabin, 1 bdrm, knotty pine decor, gorgeous fireplace, new appliances, fully furnished & stocked kitchen. $825/ $250/MONTHmo. rent includes phone, The newspaper will Great parking, quiet. Direct TV, utility share. not knowingly accept Rustic beautiful Big Elk Ground level. Four Seasons any advertising for Realty, (303)875-1345 Meadows is a gated real estate which is in community halfway beviolation of the law. tween Lyons and Estes 500 to 2500 SF, can divide. All persons are hereby Park. Includes pool, tennis On site prkg, Good traffic informed that all basketball courts, softball exposure. 303-523-3369 dwellings advertised field, playground, stocked are available on an lakes for fishing (use of OFFICE SPACE For Rent equal opportunity boat included) access to Holistic wellness center. basis. great hiking in Roosevelt. (720)280-9047 Natl. forest. 303-772-6267 eves. PROFESSIONAL Offices 2 BDRM, 1 ba, 2 car gar, N. Longmont. 150 to 825 SF. fncd yard, NE Longmont. Single & 3 office suite. $875/mo. No/Pets. All ground level, 2 entr, (303)776-4722 / (303)746-1219 great prkg. 303-956-1141

Office Space 4100

Real Estate

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3 BDRM, 1.75 BA, new flrs/ windows, lg fncd yd, close to schls/prk. Dog nego, N/S. $1200 (303)503-2433 3 BDRM 1.75 BA, NW Lgmt A/C, NO PETS, 1 Yr lease, $875 + dep (970)768-2280 3 BDRM, 1.75 bath ranch, 2 car, bsmt, patio, quiet. NS/NP $1250. 303-718-8176 3 bdrm 2-1/2 ba, 2 car gar, Full Finished basement, no pets, $1350/mo+dep. 15th & Harvard, exc schools. Donna 303-775-2653 or Ray 303-772-0621 3 BDRM, 2 bA, 2 Car, 2010 Spencer. No Pets. $1300. a mo, 1 Yr. lease. 303-775-0108

Roommates Wanted 4120 1 BDRM $450/mo util inc. Share house w/3, new crpt/ paint W/D 303-523-3195

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

2 ROOMS IN LARGE, clean home in SW near open space, mall. N/S, W/D. $280-$400. ● 720-495-5053 ●


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Hot Price- 5 bdrm ranch, fin bsmt, great location, $240k 1349 Gay Circle Shelley ERA Tradewind 303-775-8405

Lots & Tracts 5100

LIQUOR STORE in Mead Small town store for sale. Call (720)935-9985

2 ACRE LOTS WEST OF BERTHOUD. Great Views! $149,900. Fred @ Four Seasons Re, (720)494-2133.


BLDR Ready, 1/2 acre lots, views, RV friendly. Bank fin avl, $65K. (303)435-4264


Check out the pet columns in classifieds for that special companion you’re looking for.


Cute ranch style condo is move-in ready now. 2 Spacious bedrooms, 2 baths, enclosed porch, W/D hookups, detached garage space. Come see this neat and clean unit today $106,900

Retail Space 4135



Water Rights 5200


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MATURE MALE 40+ share home all utils + w/d $425/mo. (303)833-6808

Handyman special in popular Allenspark Town area. This bungalow needs some work, and then you will have instant equity in a beautiful mountain area! $70,000


5758 CANYON CIRCLE, FREDERICK 2nd floor office space for lease. 1,780 SF high visiblity, SW Longmont Flexible floor plan

Two spaces available, close to Twin Peaks Mall, Home Depot, Pennys and more. 1,141 SF to 2,840 SF

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This corner lot home boasts fresh paint and new carpet, covered front porch and so much more. 3 bedroom, 3 bath lovely home you won’t want to miss... $229,900


4 bdrm, exec home, 3 ba, inc 5 pc master, formal din rm, fam rm, eat-in kitch, office, lndry rm, bsmt, central AC, 3 car gar, back to golf course, lawn maint for 3 mo, $1795 303-567-4797

baths & a study w/closet FINALLY a HOUSING (could be 4th bd). $449K REDUCED 108 Eagle Canyon Cir, Lyons alternative that is truly affordable! Brand new 3 Must Sell Fast! Jan, ReMax 303-817-9675 bdrm mfg home w/all 4 Bdrm, 3 Bath A picture is worth applc´s. Own it outright in for only $39,900. a thousand words 8 years w/only $2,000 down Lot rent specials. Try a color classified & ONLY $725/per month. Ask about our completely ● Over 2100 Sq Ft picture ad! ● All appliances & furnished options. Call for details. ● Swimming pool Call (303)772-3240 NOW! 303-776-7440 ● Playground ● Beautiful clubhouse Mobile Home Sale/Rent ● Brand new fitness center ❦❦❦❦❦❦❦❦❦❦❦ Platteville, 2 bdrm, 1 ba, coming ✭Count The Stars✭ 2 bedroom, 2 bath, 1995, from the large deck of this 14x70, all appl inc, fenced new floors. Nice clean ● Financing available SUN HOMES @ ranch style home. 3 bdrm, yard, pets ok, shed inc, park, owner fin 970-215-1819 EAGLE CREST 2 car in culdesac. $195K lots of extras $17,500 888-649-5616 ✭ MOBILE HOMES ✭ 303-746-3143 BUYING/SELLING ❦❦❦❦❦❦❦❦❦❦❦ Local * Expires 7/30/2010 park needs used mob 3 BDRM, ´03 Mobile home, homes. We´re buying! Big exc cond, loc in Berthoud. Sale! Many single & dbl wides. Fin avl, auto ap$30,000. (303)772-4324 proval on owner fin homes. Bad credit OK! Moves avl. • ADULT PARK • 970-222-1473 2 bdrm, carport, cov´d DUE TO HEALTH reasons, ✭ 690-2725 or 690-3283 ✭ patio. $15,900. (303)946-0865 my home must be sold. All brick ranch, 3 bdrm, 2 ba, 3 car gar. Shores area. New Buy Me!!!! paint, carpet, oak dr flr, Only $28,900 applcs, A/C & hot tub. Lots 1 1/4 Shares Highland Ditch of storage, nice yard & dbl Lot Rent Company Water Stock. cedar fnc. $289,000 For $125,000 Per Share. Specials! private showing call Robin Call (970) 482-1056; ✓Swimming pool ✓Club 303-772-8498 or 334-614-8642 ask for Michelle House ✓Playground. Find the help that you ✓Fitness center coming are looking for in the Heidi & Helena buy houses! Sun Homes @ Eagle Crest $ SAVE YOUR CREDIT $ * 7/30/2010 Business B usi ess & S Se ice Service 303-725-8388 / 303-459-2711

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Berthoud • Kris & Ruth Nielsen from Jerome Doherty Jerome, 106 Bothun Rd, Berthoud, $360,000, home • Jason & Laura Giles from Fannie Mae, 1725 N County Road 15C, Berthoud, $261,000, home • Timmy Phillips from Tyson Hull, 1737 Exeter St, Berthoud, $385,000, home • Richard Erickson from Debra Moore, 119 Welch Ave, Berthoud, $130,000, home • Theodore & Lois Movellan from Peakview Homes Inc, 215 Quandary Ave, Berthoud, $215,100, home • Myron & Shirley Loewen from Haiko Eichler Haiko, 18680 Weld County Road 3, Berthoud, $405,000, home Dacono • Luis & Gloria Casillas from Deutsche Bk Natl Trust Co, 1087 Glen Dale Cir, Dacono, $115,000, home • Kevin & Gudiva Gordon from Jason Hernandez, 325 Andrew Dr, Dacono, $200,000, home Erie • Paul Hyland from Michael Alvinl, 457 Bonanza Dr, Erie, $174,900, home • Kurt & Lisa Anderson from Fannie Mae, 858 Turpin Way, Erie, $177,000, home • Brian & Kimberly Coven from Jason Kutz, 5569 Summit Way, Erie, $377,200, home • Philip Aragon from Felipe Salaverry, 2170 Buttercup St, Erie, $280,000, home • Thomas & Michelle Szakas from Taylor Morrison Colo Inc, 1151 Zodo Ave, Erie, $369,000, home • Rong Shen from Richmond American Homes Colorado, 1384 Mathews Way, Erie, $299,800, home • Allison Haines from Taylor Morrison Colo Inc, 1106 Koss St, Erie, $292,000, home • Michael & Stephanie Rohn from Taylor Morrison Colo Inc, 1109 Zodo Ave, Erie, $345,600, home • Kelsey Blomquist from VRC Devl LLC, 1425 Blue Sky Cir Unit 15-207, Erie, $142,000, condo • William & Carol Biederman from Taylor Morrison Colo Inc, 1110 Zodo Ave, Erie, $337,600, home • Mario & Lindsay Garcia from James Watkins, 2079 Pinon Pl,

Erie, $420,000, home • Daniel & Laura Porpora from Richmond American Homes Colorado, 1394 Mathews Way, Erie, $326,500, home • Irma Rangel from VRC Devl LLC, 3035 Blue Sky Cir Unit 10107, Erie, $147,600, condo • William & Ann Ledden from Rodney Zeren, 1944 March Ct, Erie, $350,000, home Firestone • Terrence & Diana Murray from Charles Clark, 9931 Bluegrass St, Firestone, $295,000, home • Theresa Collins from Lynn Jacobs, 9914 Bluegrass St, Firestone, $336,000, home • Karen King from Bank New York Mellon, 5439 Victoria Cir, Firestone, $217,500, home • Jeanne Falls from Arrowhead Properties LLC, 5881 Stagecoach Ave, Firestone, $230,000, home • Pablo & Maria Gomez from Fannie Mae, 6187 Viewpoint Ave, Firestone, $224,900, home • Joseph Hurtado from Michael Phillipps, 466 Berwick Ave, Firestone, $177,000, home Fort Lupton • Peter Garthwaite from Diana Spencer, 501 7th St, Fort Lupton, $65,000, home • Zachary Ingenthrone from Fed Home Loan Mtg Corp, 1214 5th St, Fort Lupton, $90,000, home • Barbara & Kather Kirkmeyer from Stephen Zehnder, 2365 County Road 23, Fort Lupton, $425,000, home Frederick • Aaron Wagner from John Reynolds, 5486 Drake St, Frederick, $230,000, home • Lori Salinas from Tanya Glaser, 5425 Lynx St, Frederick, $225,000, home • Angela & Mary Bills from KDB Homes Inc, 2604 Emerald Dr, Frederick, $277,400, home • Matthew & Rebecca Conklin from Melody Homes Inc, 8113 Miller Dr, Frederick, $211,300, home Longmont • Justin Carton from Brian Benson, 1536 Twin Sisters Dr, Longmont, $177,000, home • Peter & Christa Grundy from Howell Felsenthal, 8687 Spring Creek Trail, Longmont, $760,100, home • Rosanna Landin from First Community Bank, 6651 Secretariat Dr, Longmont, $475,000, home • Raquel & Donald Degroot from G MZ Investments LLC, 835

Tanager Cir, Longmont, $287,000, home • Cat Dancingstrong from HSBC Bank USA, 315 E 17th Ave, Longmont, $133,900, home • Emily McDonald from Dawna Lister, 19 Bruce Pl, Longmont, $148,500, home • S T Sandham from Josephine Marcantonio, 1518 Harvard St, Longmont, $179,000, home • Philip & Susan Caragol from Jane Nelson, 314 Grant St, Longmont, $425,000, home • Jody & Amy Gates from Brian Pendleton, 1321 Garden Cir, Longmont, $232,500, home • Julie Ward from Alfonso Perez, 1808 Lincoln Dr, Longmont, $120,000, home • Levi Arthur from Timothy Preston, 111 Marshall Pl, Longmont, $135,500, home • Norma Nunez from US Bank National Association, 1133 Baker St, Longmont, $109,000, home • Neal & Danna Colingham from Louella Meza, 10589 Durango Pl, Longmont, $124,500, home • Detlef Livi from Jody Gates, 1760 Juniper St, Longmont, $194,500, home • Joni Rumsey from Jean Stahly, 640 Gooseberry Dr Unit 401, Longmont, $180,000, condo • Sadanand Kota from Arthur Steuber, 715 Nelson Park Dr, Longmont, $234,000, home • Jose & Michelle Flores from Brian Tremblay, 3723 Mountain View Ave, Longmont, $293,000, home • Maria Duarte from Cas Investments LLC, 1215 Kinnikinnick Ct, Longmont, $169,900, home • Michael Bell from Primacy Closing Corp, 7235 Longview Dr, Longmont, $925,000, home • Shana Lamb from Ronald Delgado, 1807 Juniper St, Longmont, $180,000, home • Oded & Donna Light from DPM Investment LLC, 812 Hubbard Dr, Longmont, $119,000, home • Rick & Amy Keen from Fannie Mae, 1136 Bross St, Longmont, $175,000, home • Melanie Bentley from Dee McKinney, 640 Gooseberry Dr Unit 803, Longmont, $170,000, condo • Wendy Spurbeck from Gregory Voss, 1048 Katy Ln, Longmont, $580,000, home Lyons • Lawrence & Kathleen Kemmer from Jon Jacksi, 532 Kiowa Rd, Lyons, $385,000, home • Peter & Nancy Vandomelen

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from Robert Ross, 196 Apache, Lyons, $314,500, home • Kathleen Legg from William Paschke, 2786 Riverside Dr, Lyons, $155,000, home Niwot • Kristen & Cristopher Camery from Larrabee Winter, 7974 Centrebridge Dr, Niwot, $452,000, home • Lorene Cushman from Laura Ann Mangus, 8044 Countryside Park Unit 220, Niwot, $97,500, condo • James Strunk from Elizabeth Swann, 8050 Niwot Rd Unit 20, Niwot, $122,000, condo • Lynnette Stephens from Derek Westmoreland, 17666 Weld County Road 17, Platteville, $281,400, home Foreclosures – notice of election and demand • Borrower: Darleen & Helen Hawkins, Lender: Onewest Bank FSB, Amount: $217,364, Property: 1404 Oak Dr, Berthoud, Filed: 07/08/10 • Borrower: Chong Sheng, Lender: BAC Home Loans Servicing LP, Amount: $167,325, Property: 808 14th St, Berthoud, Filed: 07/12/10 • Borrower: Kenneth & Therese Mahannah, Lender: BAC Home Loans Servicing LP, Amount: $142,622, Property: 204 E Nebraska Ave, Berthoud, Filed: 07/12/10 • Borrower: Yang & Foung Vang, Lender: BAC Home Loans Servicing LP, Amount: $278,900, Property: 1234 Lombardi St, Erie, Filed: 07/08/10 • Borrower: Anthony & Elizabeth Warfield, Lender: HSBC Mortgage Services Inc, Amount: $207,162, Property: 10500 Taylor Ave, Firestone, Filed: 07/09/10 • Borrower: James & Kristine Wert, Lender: Gmac Mortgage LLC, Amount: $228,684, Property: 5375 Rosewood Ave, Firestone, Filed: 07/14/10 • Borrower: Kevin & Mikal Paugh, Lender: Onewest Bank FSB, Amount: $208,495, Property: 10191 Dresden St, Firestone, Filed: 07/09/10 • Borrower: Julian & Debra Chavez, Lender: Wells Fargo Bank NA Successor, Amount: $111,648, Property: 103 S Park Ave, Fort Lupton, Filed: 07/09/10 • Borrower: Daman & Monica Ford, Lender: Bank Of America NA, Amount: $119,132, Property: 927 Park Ave, Fort Lupton, Filed: 07/12/10 • Borrower: Leonardo & Blanca


Zavala, Lender: Quadrant Residential Capital LP, Amount: $159,954, Property: 905 Trapper Dr, Fort Lupton, Filed: 07/14/10 • Borrower: Esteban Vidal, Lender: Colorado Housing And Finance, Amount: $164,611, Property: 290 Kahil Pl, Fort Lupton, Filed: 07/14/10 • Borrower: Patricia Senna, Lender: Aurora Loan Services LLC, Amount: $136,929, Property: 805 Summer Hawk Dr C18, Longmont, Filed: 07/02/10 • Borrower: Richard & Mark Handy, Lender: BAC Home Loans Servicing LP, Amount: $92,183, Property: 441 Kensington St, Longmont, Filed: 07/08/10 • Borrower: Kenneth Moore, Lender: Wells Fargo Bank National Assoc, Amount: $1,487,456, Property: 8573 Monte Vista Ave, Longmont, Filed: 07/08/10 • Borrower: Damon Mary K Living Trust, Lender: Yatsu Funding Group LLC, Amount: $80,000, Property: 1826 Faith Pl, Longmont, Filed: 07/09/10 • Borrower: Edgar Ibarra & Jose Zavala, Lender: Wells Fargo Bank NA, Amount: $188,300, Property: 1051 Ponderosa Cir, Longmont, Filed: 07/09/10 • Borrower: Tomas Quiroz & Maria Pantoja, Lender: Wells Fargo Bank NA, Amount: $197,520, Property: 210 12th Ave, Longmont, Filed: 07/09/10 • Borrower: Eugene & Gwynn Waara, Lender: BAC Home Loans Servicing LP, Amount: $244,498, Property: 1602 Bluefield Ave, Longmont, Filed: 07/13/10 • Borrower: Jesus & Luis Crespo, Lender: Wells Fargo Bank NA, Amount: $178,070, Property: 8 Anniversary Ln, Longmont, Filed: 07/13/10 • Borrower: John & Delsia Barentine, Lender: Wells Fargo Bank NA, Amount: $285,846, Property: 1622 Bluefield Ave, Longmont, Filed: 07/13/10 • Borrower: Shannon Mcconihay, Lender: JPMorgan Chase Bank National Association, Amount: $207,215, Property: 1916 Ute Creek Dr, Longmont, Filed: 07/08/10 • Borrower: Jerome & Penelope Mullen, Lender: Wells Fargo Bank NA, Amount: $48,471, Property: 1230 Twin Peaks Cir, Longmont, Filed: 07/08/10 • Borrower: Vickie Stotler, Lender: JPMorgan Chase Bank National Association, Amount: $148,063, Property: 129 Dawson Pl, Longmont, Filed: 07/13/10


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July 24, 2010


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1822 Jefferson

$269,900 3 bed, 1 bath, 1 car Close to Central School Bill Sharp/Colorado 1st Realty • (303) 931-6098 30-151453

Open Sun 12-2

2201 Smith Drive

1229 E 4th Ave.

Reduced to $227,500!


NW Longmont


3 bdrm, 3 bath, 2 sided fireplace. Vaulted ceilings. Over 3,000 s.f.

Rick Hoge/Colorado 1st Realty • (303) 489-3198

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1415 Armstrong Dr.


4bd, 3ba, 2car garage, 2444 sq ft Large sunroom, finished basement, off street RV/boat parking. Newer vinyl windows, furnace and central A/C. Huge corner lot!

3 Bed, 2 Bath Patio Home, Fox Hill Country Club Area, Walking Distance to 1st Tee Box, Remodeled Kitchen w/Appliances

Jim Danzl • 303-775-0163•

John Lee • Re/Max Traditions • (720)272-3028




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1437 Northwestern Rd.



Bill Sharp/Colorado 1st Realty • (303) 931-6098

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1117 5th St


3 bed, 2 bath, 2 story Southwestern style home. Sunset Golf Course area.



$339,900 3208 SF, 3 BR + DEN, 3 BA, Rear Load 2 GA. Across from Park, Finished Lower Level

Shadow Grass Park • • (303)776-3331

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