Frisco real estate offers one of the more affordable towns in Summit County and has an excellent mix of single-family homes for sale and smaller condos for sale that make for a wonderful full-time residence or a ski vacation getaway. About two-thirds of the homes in Frisco are lived in full time, so the community is exceptionally active. Real estate for sale in Frisco is attractive to younger working families who adore mountain living. Nestled beside Lake Dillon and only a few minutes from Copper Mountain, Breckenridge, and Keystone, there's no shortage of outdoor excitement all four seasons.
There are two main pockets of homes in Frisco. The first area is east of Summit Boulevard (Highway 9) and north of Main Street. The second main pocket is south of Main Street to Peak One Boulevard. In addition to those two pockets are a few homes east of Highway 9, off Dillon Dam Road near the I-70 exit ramp.
Residences north of Main Street and east of Summit Boulevard/Highway 9 are accessible from Hawn Drive just south of Wal-Mart. These larger residences vary in size, but most are three or four bedrooms and sell from $1 million to $3 million. There are a few smaller condos that are available for under $1 million. This area of town is more secluded and offers more spacious lots than downtown. Most of the homes here are recent builds or extensive remodels of existing properties.
South of Main Street is a more traditional street grid that is lined with affordable homes and condos starting at around $500,000. From Pine Drive on the east side to 8th Avenue on the west side, and from Main Street south to Bedford Avenue are an array of homes and condos. Two-bedroom and three-bedroom residences here can be purchased for under $1 million. South of Belford Street are a few upmarket properties such as Mountainside Condominiums.
Dillon Dam Road near I-70 presents several ski condos tucked away behind the hotels, fast-food restaurants, and Starbucks. Timberline Cove and Prospect Point both provide convenience to the highway and services, but also offer quick access and great views of Dillon Reservoir.
Frisco has roots as a silver mining town, and its traditional downtown area and Main Street give it a laid-back, classic appeal. There are several 19th Century buildings that have been impeccably preserved and restored with all kinds of contemporary shops and businesses. Some of the most captivating boutique shops, eateries, bars, and coffee shops in Summit County are along Frisco's enchanting Main Street.
One of the most exciting attractions in town is the Frisco Adventure Park, a year-round outdoor recreation area that has summer activities like biking trails and a disc golf course for winter fun like tubing and skiing.
The Peak One Campground just north of the adventure park is the ideal spot to bask by the lake under bluebird skies or hit the water for boating or fishing.
The median home value in Frisco is about $565,000 - considerably less than other locations in Summit County.
Frisco offers some of the highest-rated schools in the state, consistently earning an "A" rating.
Frisco, has a population of with an average household income of $. When it comes to real estate occupancy specifics, approximately residents own their home and rent their home. As for the weather, the average summer high temperature is F and the yearly rainfall average is inches.
We invite you to explore the local real estate market in Frisco. There are currently residential listings on the market in Frisco with an average list price of homes for sale of $1,051K. Last month's average sold price was $1,027K. We have expert agents who know the real estate market in Frisco and are the professionals you need to help buy or sell your next property.
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