Frisco homes draw a lot of interest from locals and second-homeowners because Frisco is a family town that offers plenty of recreational opportunities, from Nordic skiing to boating. It is the closest town to Copper Mountain and Breckenridge ski resorts, so Frisco homes tend to be a bit more expensive than other towns without ski areas in Summit County. Plus, there's not much more buildable land in Frisco, which makes owning a single-family home all the more precious.
Frisco homes range from older properties built in the 1960s or longer ago (which may or may not have been updated), to new, luxurious, massive-log homes over a million dollars. Most are located within a short walk to Main Street, on side streets. Some border the Ten Mile Creek or Lake Dillon - the ones that are near Lake Dillon are farther from Main Street. Most homes in Frisco Colorado are also very near great hiking and biking paths. Beware that a small number of Frisco Colorado homes do back Interstate 70, which can cause noise.
Bill's Ranch is a quiet, historic neighborhood that backs to the national forest and still has dirt roads. The area is a mix of single-family homes, built from the 1950s on. There is no transfer tax (which usually ranges from about 1- 2%), and homeowner's dues are less than $150 a year. The private setting still affords easy access on foot or bike to Frisco's Main Street.
The Reserve at Frisco features newer homes with soaring ceilings and expansive windows built in the 1990s and 2000s, many of which border open space and feature stellar mountain views. Some are just under $1 million.
Wooden Canoe at Water Dance is also a newer neighborhood, with most custom log homes built in the late 1990s. The neighborhood is very popular, since it is across from the County Commons, just a short distance from Main Street, and it is very close to the shores of Lake Dillon.
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