North Silverthorne Real Estate, Heeney, Green Mountain Reservoir
Properties north of Silverthorne and real estate in Heeney and near Green Mountain Reservoir capture the attention of buyers who enjoy boating, fishing, horses, mountain biking, large acreage, and the peace and quiet of the Colorado Rocky Mountains. Green Mountain Reservoir nestles just off Highway 9, about 25 miles north of Interstate 70. Green Mountain Reservoir is approximately 2 hours west of the Denver International Airport.
A number of buyers search North of Silverthorne properties in the foothills near the Blue River. The Lower Blue North of Silverthorne Colorado real estate features astounding views of the Gore Range to the west, Ute Pass, Williams Fork range to the east. Many large mountain homes and Silverthorne horse properties back up to national forest land and/or are close to the Blue River. New developments for luxury properties and riverfront acreage in Silverthorne are on the horizon.
Silverthorne real estate going North on Highway 9 includes properties of varying sizes and acreage. For example, in 2013, the Summit County real estate market offers a two-acre parcel selling for $278,000 and a 35-acre parcel selling for $690,000. There is a five-bedroom home on two acres built in 1952 selling for $450,000 and another two-bedroom home that sold for under $400,000. A beautiful log home with three bedrooms is offered for $775,000. There are 20-acre parcels in the Lower Blue priced in the $400,000 range and riverfront development properties for $3-6 million.
Existing subdivisions of multimillion-dollar single-family homes include Shadow Creek Ranch, Hill Ranch Subdivision, Ruby Ranch, Pioneer Creek Ranch, Metes and Bounds, Blue River Highlands, and others.
Silverthorne is a vibrant year-round community of 4000 residents located on the northwest edge of Lake Dillon in Summit County. Shopping and medical facilities are located in the area, including Silverthorne Outlet Stores for destination shopping. Numerous ski resorts are within 30 minutes of Silverthorne including Breckenridge, Keystone, Copper Mountain, and Arapahoe Basin.
Green Mountain Reservoir is located in Summit County near Kremmling and the border to Grand County, an area well-known for excellent hunting. Heeney is a small historic town located on the western side of the reservoir. It has a population of 70 full-time residents. Directions to Heeney: From Interstate 70, take the exit for Highway 9/Blue River Parkway for 23.8 miles. Turn left onto Heeney Road and continue 2.8 miles.
Summit County School District serves students living in Heeney and Silverthorne. In addition, to campuses of Colorado Mountain College are located in Summit County.
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