Colorado Real Estate in Frisco South of Main
Buyers searching the Frisco CO real estate market for properties South of Main Street seek primary residences, second homes, and/or investment properties– from close-in vibrant Main Street Frisco to historic cottages to master-planned developments in the foothills.
Bustling Main Street Frisco is the heart of Summit County, Colorado. Nestled at Lake Dillon between Main Street and the White River National Forest, sought-after Colorado mountain real estate in Frisco anchors Summit County.
Downtown Frisco real estate along the south side of Main Street is comprised of many historic buildings and nice condominiums such as Cedar Lodge, River Glen Condos, 4th & Main Condos, Frisco Trading Company Condos, Bears Den, Galena Street Townhomes, and Marina Park Condos. Also close to Main Street Frisco, condominiums include Cedar Lodge, Magnum Condos, Greek Condos, Cobble Stone Condos, Pearl One Condos–and tree-lined streets of single-family Frisco homes and cottages.
Continuing southeast, the Water Dance Subdivision of single-family homes and townhomes enjoys an enviable spot on the shores of Lake Dillon. Its bike path leads to Frisco Marina.
Against the mountains and forests to the west, Frisco homebuyers find larger lots in Royal Mountain Ranch. Nice options for Frisco condominium nearby include Woodbridge Condominiums, Windwood Condominiums, Ten Mile Condos, and Peak One Condos. Evergreen Subdivision is farther south near Mount Royal. Condominiums in that area include Ore House, Cabin Condominiums, Mount Royal Condominiums, and Pitkin Townhomes. Mountain Side Condominiums are located on large lots backing up to Mount Royal.
The next several blocks south of Main Street–Pitkin Street, Belford Street, McKee’s Way, and Bill’s Ranch Road–lead over past Frisco Elementary School. Then on to Bill’s Ranch, a large subdivision with oversized, variably shaped home sites near State Highway 9. Bill’s Ranch includes all types of homes, from cabins to very large newer homes adjacent to forestland.
Home to 2700 full time and over 4000 second-homeowners, Frisco sits at over 9000-foot elevations east of the Ten Mile and Gore ranges. Real estate buyers find the pristine natural environment and vibrant town to be an unbeatable duo. Splendid views and recreational activities, shopping, dining, entertainment, theater, festivals and events, and lots of community involvement seem to be a great formula for success.
Year round recreation includes cross-country skiing and snowshoeing, golf, water sports, hiking, biking, horseback riding, and much more. Lake Dillon is the place to swim and fish, dock a sailboat, or slip in a kayak. Of course, excellent Colorado ski resorts and terrain parks are minutes away, including Keystone, Breckenridge, Copper Mountain, and Vail.