Frisco Terrace is an established neighborhood of real estate Frisco, Colorado. Homes in Frisco Terrace are located in unincorporated Summit County. The treed subdivision enjoys far-reaching views of the Colorado Rocky Mountains and visits from the abundant wildlife in the area.
These conveniently located properties are east of Highway 6/Interstate 70 and west of Little Chief Way and Miners Creek Road. Within walking distance of Main Street, these family-friendly Frisco properties also access the bike path, Summit County bus route, and Tenmile Creek. Several destination ski resorts are in the surrounding area, including Breckenridge, Keystone, Copper Mountain, and Arapahoe Basin.
Frisco Terrace Real Estate for Sale
The Colorado mountain homes in Frisco Terrace are situated on large lots. Most home sites are 0.5 to 0.65 acres. When available on the Summit County real estate market, lot prices today top $250,000.
Developed over two decades, real estate Frisco Terrace is comprised of a variety of home sizes and designs. Examples include energy-efficient green designs, masterpiece works of art, and rustic log cabins. Prices for spacious, existing homes with over 3000 square feet of living area range from $850,000 to $1.2 million.
Neighborhood streets include Highwood Terrace Drive, Forest Drive, Alpine Drive, Riverview Drive, and Aspen Drive.
Frisco Terrace Homeowners
Although the homeowner’s fees are very low in Frisco Terrace, the community offers homeowners numerous services. The clearing of fallen trees, emergency evacuation plans, fire training, speed-limit signage, and the neighborhood newsletter are some helpful amenities.
Schools serving Frisco Terrace Subdivision
Summit County School District serves families living in Frisco Terrace at Frisco Elementary, Summit Middle, and Summit High schools. There are also two campuses of Colorado Mountain College in Summit County.
The Historic Mountain Town of Frisco
Set in the heart of Summit County, Colorado, Frisco is located 9000-foot elevations along the shores of Lake Dillon. It is surrounded by forest land. The historic Main Street features numerous shops and restaurants, galleries and, at times, festivities. The annual Colorado BBQ Challenge benefiting charities is held in Frisco. A vibrant array of 3000 full-time and 4000 part-time residents participate in all aspects of community planning, development, and activities.
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