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Scattered Pines Condo in Frisco, Colorado;

At the Creek

Single-family and large duplex homes lying just a block from Main Street Frisco. These homes on Streamside Drive are on narrow lots that all back onto Tenmile Creek. The design of these homes have been upgraded and individualized since the subdivisions creation.

Across the street are similarly sized properties, but are townhomes and small condo buildings.  The Lodge at Riverbend is in one crook of this half-moon loop called Streamside.

Royalview at the Creek

Located on just north of Main Street on the west side of Frisco, these townhomes are located on a quiet street that backs onto Tenmile Creek as it meanders through town to the Blue River. Fom the creekside neighborhood, homeowners can walk to the Main, and also to the commercial areas on Summit Boulevard via a ped/bike pathway, parks and recreation along the way.

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Living in Frisco

Frisco is a walk-able mountain town, laid out outside of Tenmile Canyon at the base of Mount Royal and Peak 1 and the start of the Tenmile Range where Breckenridge lies at its end - near Peak 10. Chief Mountain, Buffalo rise up all around Frisco that was once a little less central when the junction of the county's rivers was over near Dillon. Lake Dillon took several years to fill, and Frisco remained a hidden gem and development slow. The town stayed condensed around Main Street and the perpendicular Summit Boulevard, with two on & off ramps to the nearby I-70. It's a convenient place and so little pockets of land right by Main Street were developed into efficient townhouse living.  This neighborhood is a great example, with a few single family homes, some town homes and multi-family dwelling buildings -- all small, easy to get in and out of by car, bike or foot.


It's very easy to get to the countywide bikepath or auxiliary paths through Frisco. Just across Main Street the path goes to Copper Mountain and on to the town off Vail and nearly uninterrupted to the Utah state line.  There is no alpine ski resort in Frisco but a free bus - avoids the parking hassles - go to and from Copper, Keystone or Breckenridge from Main Street. Marina on Lake Dillon is on the east end of Main Street. Hiking trails begin in any direction. The best Nordic ski resort in the county is on the east end of Frisco


Quick Facts about Royalview & the Creek at Frisco:

  • Number of Single Family Homes: 5
  • Number of condos: 8
  • Number of Townhomes: 4
  • Bedrooms: 3, 3-7 in homes
  • Acreage: 1/10 of an acre or less. small townhome footprints: .02acre
  • Size: 1872 sq. ft. to 3887 sq. ft.
  • Year Built: 1998 to 2001
  • The Creek at Frisco is the umbrella association managing Streamside Lane, the road leading into the Lodge at Riverbend in Frisco, including At the Creek, Royalview.

Directions to Royalview and the Creek at Frisco

Take the western exit from I-70 head east on Main Street, north on Streamside. Or, from the traffic circle at the eastern exit from I-70 for Frisco, head south on Summit Boulevard, west on Main through town to Streamside, and you're home.

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