Launch Phase 5 Peak One Neighborhood of Frisco CO Homes
Peak One Neighborhood is celebrating the launching of 17 new Frisco CO homes on June 9, 2014, from three o’clock to six o’clock p.m. Infrastructure and construction for Phase 5 begins this summer and fall. The first of the Phase 5 homes will be completed in 2015. Pricing for these special Summit County homes will be released at the celebration.
Peak One Neighborhood is an exciting, pedestrian-friendly development located near all the amenities of beautiful Frisco, Colorado. Carefully developed to enhance a sustainable lifestyle, these charming Frisco CO homes are energy-efficient, creatively designed, and affordable by resort standards. These properties are available for residents who work in Summit County.
Special considerations for interested buyers:
- Buyers need Pre—Approval Letters from lenders
- Buyers also need approval letters from the Summit County Housing Authority
- Contracts will be written
- There are no income limits
- There are no appreciation limits
- Buyers must work in Summit County
Frisco homes in Peak One Neighborhood are located on smaller lots. Yet each home offers privacy. There are single-family homes and duplexes in Peak One Neighborhood with a dozen floor plans and designs. The Braddock market home model is available to view. It is located on the hillside of Belford Street where the views are fantastic. This affordable Summit County real estate features three bedrooms, 2.5 baths, a study, large decks and a front porch, an attached two-car garage accessible from the alley.
The vibrant community at Peak One Neighborhood has been growing over the past few years. If you blocks from Main Street, residents can easily walk to town all year round. Children now play in the newly sodded Meridian Park. The community enjoys two parks, two greens, and a garden. The neighborhood has created connections to Peaks Trail and national forest access, and to the Summit County bicycle path. The excellent location is steps from Main Street and Frisco Historic Park. Residents can also access recreational activities in Summit County on the free Summit County shuttle. It connects to Breckenridge, Vail, Keystone, and Copper Mountain as well as the Marina and Lake Dillon.
Summit County Schools serve families living in Peak One Neighborhood of Frisco. The elementary school is down the street.
Directions: From Denver, take Interstate 70 West about 60 miles to Exit 201/Main St. Turn left on W. Main St., right on 2nd Ave., and continue to Belford St.