Bill’s Ranch Frisco CO Homes in Summit County
Bill’s Ranch is a private country subdivision located adjacent to the national Forest about a half-mile from Downtown Frisco, Lake Dillon, and the Frisco Marina. Developed over the past 125 years, unique Frisco CO homes are conveniently located to the southeast just outside the Frisco town limits. This area is near Summit County services, including the shuttle. The Summit County hiking and bicycle trail and Miners Creek Pass through the subdivision. Bill’s Ranch Lake is in the neighborhood.
Summit County Colorado Homes for Sale in Bill’s Ranch
An eclectic collection of 100 homes and cabins appeals to folks searching the Summit County MLS for both quaint and modernized mountain properties. The larger homes may have 6000 square feet and five bedrooms. Home prices can top $2 million.
The combination of large newer homes, townhomes and homes built since the 1960s, and historic cabins suggests a great variety of prices. However, the land itself is pricey and some buyers choose to rebuild or remodel older real estate in Frisco Colorado.
Home sites in Bill’s Ranch come in a wide variety of irregular shapes and size. Approximately 30 are undeveloped and they range from a couple thousand square feet to over two acres.
From this spot in Summit County, real estate transactions do not require one-percent transfer fees to be paid to the Town of Frisco. The properties are clustered together with an irregular infrastructure. HOA fees are less than $100 per year.
Streets include Temple Trail, Back Road, 7th Avenue, Bill’s Ranch Road, Hunters Circle, Miners Creek Road, and Vierling Way.
History of Bill’s Ranch Neighborhood
The family of Bill Thomas settled in Frisco at the end of the nineteenth century. Bill ran a local dairy operation in the 1930s. In a PR move meant to increase clientele, he decided to give away free lots for people to build summer cabins.
Summit County School District serves families living in Bill’s Ranch. The elementary school is adjacent to the neighborhood.