Historic Frisco Homes Replicated in Peak One
Meander down the streets of the Peak One neighborhood in Frisco, Colorado to get a sense of history. Designers and architects in Peak One crafted the collection of artful Frisco homes only after carefully investigating home designs used during the past century. The Peak One neighborhood consequently carries on Frisco’s deep roots, its heritage as a gold mining town, farming and ranching town, and as a popular Rocky Mountain getaway.
Peak One is located on the south end of the small Town of Frisco. Even so, homes in Peak One are also just a short walk from the quaint shops and friendly restaurants along historic Main Street. The subdivision sits between Main Street, national forests, and wetlands—an area with beautiful views of Mount Royal and Peak One, its namesake.
Peak One neighborhood is full of year-round residents and brings a sense of place to employees of Summit County. Neighbors know neighbors. And that is very appealing, so much so that high demand makes it hard to land a home in Peak One. There is no wonder why there is a long waiting list. First of all, these are brand-new, modern homes at great price points. Amazingly, the Peak One Frisco real estate also offers an enviable picturesque location in the heart of Summit County.
Meridian Park sits in the center of the Peak One subdivision. A Summit County trail system and bike path pass right through Peak One. How about high-ranking ski resorts within 10-15 minutes from the door? Or fishing and boating on Lake Dillon?
Peak One Deed Restrictions
The craftsman-like homes in Peak One are not available to every buyer. The brainchild of officials from Town of Frisco, Peak One was founded to create affordable homes for people who live and work in Frisco. This is in contrast to other Frisco neighborhoods where an average 65% of the properties are second homes.
Peak One comprises about 70 homes and duplexes. The majority are income restricted while others are market-value properties. A few of the deed restrictions are enumerated below.
Deed restrictions limit property value growth every year.
- Buyer income must be only 80-160% of the average median income in Summit County.
- Homeowners must work a minimum 30 hours per week in Summit County.
The lots are not large but are well placed, backing up to the hillside. The charming Frisco homes come in 12 variated floor plans with garages. The model home showcased a three-bedroom floor plan with a study, characteristic front porch, and decks to provide outdoor living areas.
The streets in Peak One include Belford Street, Cabin Green, Cabin Green, Garden Alley, Meridian Alley and Meridian Loop, and Recen Alley.
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