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Breckenridge

Median Home Price
$710,000* as of Dec 2017

300 days of sunshine

353 inches of snow

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Breckenridge is nestled between the mountains about 2 hours west of Denver. Breckenridge Ski Resort towers over the town and there is in town access to the ski lifts, tons of amazing restaurants and a plethora of activities. Breckenridge, lovingly referred to as “Breck” by locals, hosts a variety of summer and winter events including Oktoberfest, fireworks on the Fourth of July and many ski and snowboard competitions. Not to mention that Breckenridge has a historic Main Street with great shopping, nightlife, art and theater.
Breckenridge is in Summit County, close to the towns of Frisco, Dillon, Silverthorne and Keystone. There are single family homes, Victorian homes, condos, cabins and land available in and around the Breckenridge area, including the neighborhood of Blue River.

Dillon

Median Home Price
$342,500* as of Dec 2017

300 days of sunshine

128 inches of snow

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Dillon is a historic town in Summit County that was once located in the middle of the lake. Many of the buildings were moved up from the lake when Denver Water acquired the land in 1956 and decided to build a damn there. Now, Dillon is a quaint town with beautiful lake views surrounded by the mountains and close in proximity to ski resorts, shopping and great restaurants.
The great part about Dillon is its proximity to Lake Dillon and plethora of summer and winter activities. There are single family homes available, condominiums and options in unincorporated Dillon with land and expansion opportunities.
The town of Dillon also offers summer concerts at the Lake Dillon Amphitheater, summer events and the Friday Farmer’s Market, in addition to the post office, restaurants, the bowling alley and Dillon Marina for sailing and enjoyment on the lake.

Frisco

Median Home Price
$590,000* as of Dec 2017

300 days of sunshine

164 inches of snow

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The town of Frisco boasts a unique and fun downtown with access to all 6 ski resorts in Summit County including Copper Mountain, Breckenridge Ski Resorts, Loveland Ski Area, Keystone, Arapahoe Basin and Vail. It is only 30 minutes from all resorts conveniently located off I 70 under Peak One. Also, Frisco is right next to Lake Dillon, offering both mountain access and lake access to its visitors and locals.

A little bit closer to Denver (an hour and 45 minutes away) Frisco is also one of the few towns in Summit County without direct access to a resort, meaning there is less traffic and tourism there. With tons of access to trails, you can mountain bike, hike, cross country ski or snowshoe right out your backdoor. Frisco also has a plethora of activities and events including the Frisco BBQ Challenge, Nordic races and fun nightlife.
Frisco is on the way to Breckenridge off I- 70 and offers single family homes, cabins, condominiums, apartments and land for sale. Founded in 1873, buying a home in Frisco will not disappoint!

Silverthorne

Median Home Price
$551,977* as of Dec 2017

300 days of sunshine

131 inches of snow

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Silverthorne is located right off I 70 at mile marker 205 and is the gateway to Dillon, Keystone and the neighborhoods surrounding Silverthorne. One of the most populous towns in Summit County, Colorado, Silverthorne is nestled between the Fore Range to the west and the Continental Divide to the east. The home of Olympic gold medalist snowboarder Red Gerard, Silverthorne is close to the 5 mountain ski resorts in Summit County including Copper Mountain, Keystone, Breckenridge Ski Resort, Arapahoe Basin Ski Area, Loveland Ski Area.
Home to the Lake Dillon Theater, the Silverthorne Pavilion, the rec center and the Silverthorne Outlet Malls, Silverthorne has shopping, entertainment and easy access to trails and the ski areas. There are single family homes, condominiums, land and lots of areas to explore in Silverthorne.

Keystone

Median Home Price
$460,000* as of Dec 2017

300 days of sunshine

142 inches of snow

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The town of Keystone is located right under Keystone Resort and offers unique cabins and houses with ski in and ski out access. Keystone is also close to the historic mountain town of Montezuma and Arapahoe Basin Ski Area, which was the first founded ski area in Summit County beginning in 1946. Keystone ski area opened in 1970 and is a great hub for families and skiers and snowboarders alike. Keystone Resort boasts the best terrain park in the county and offers over 3,000 acres of skiable terrain.
Keystone also has a variety of activities that are easily accessible from Kidtopia for the little ones, to summer events and concerts in River Run and Warren station. There are a lot of restaurants and dining options that range from casual to more elegant. There are condominiums, single family homes and land purchase options available all throughout Keystone in a variety of locations close to the resort.

Copper Mountain

Median Home Price
$387,750*as of Dec 2017

300 days of sunshine

101 inches of snow

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Copper Mountain offers ski in and ski out residences at the base of Copper Mountain Ski Area, located just off I 70 past Frisco, Colorado. About 75 miles west of Denver, Copper Mountain features epic skiing and snowboarding and a resort focused area surrounded by houses. Closest to the town of Frisco, Copper offers a pedestrian-friendly village with tons of great places to eat and drink.
During the winter, you can ski or ride at Copper while enjoying winter events and access to backcountry skiing. In the summer, there are plentiful hiking and biking trails, in addition to a wonderful golf course at the base of the ski resort. There is also Woodward Copper, for indoor sporting activities and fun events year-round in the village. Close to Copper there are condominiums, single family homes and much more to rent or buy.

Park County

Median Home Price
$291,500* as of Dec 2017

300 days of sunshine

84 inches of snow

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Park County is a hidden high-country gem, located next to Summit County just past Breckenridge. It boasts “3 wilderness areas, 2 state parks, 12 wildlife areas and more territory above 9,000 feet than any other Colorado county” according to www.parkco.us. It is incredibly beautiful and vast, encompassing towns such as South Park, Fairplay, Alma, Como, Jefferson, Hartsel and Tarryall.
Park County is close to both the front range of Denver and Summit County and offers more affordable single-family homes, condominiums and tons of land for sale. It is an epicenter for wildlife, historic towns and mountain communities without as much tourism as other nearby communities. There are tons of access to hiking, biking, river access, and off-roading and Colorado Trail access.