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Frisco Heights and the view toward Buffalo MountainJust a Little Above it All

The best view of Frisco Heights is from Walter Byron Town Park. Tenmile Creek runs along the park, and the heights rise from the opposite bank of the creek. Few of the homes in the heights are visible from the park, they sit privately on top of this rocky craig, with great views of the surrounding mountains. Most of the 40 or so lots in this older, very desirable neighborhood, are on flat lots. Frisco Heights is not incorporated in the town of Frisco, proper.

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The first homes were built in Frisco Heights in the 1960s, Frisco Heights subdivision as scene from Walter Byron parkand have been custom built, or remodeled gradually to today. Homes for sale in Frisco Heights will vary considerably in size, style and value. But the location is stellar, no matter if the home is 1 bedroom or 6 bedroom, slightly under 1,500 sq. ft. or all large as 6,500. 

Homes in Frisco Heights sit on lots that are treed and private, and at least three-quarter of an acre. The largest lots are 2.5 acres. There are no lots that have not been developed.


Winter view across Lake Dillon, toward the Tenmile RangeThe countywide bike path runs along the outer edge of Frisco Heights. A short pedal from the neighborhood one can be rolling around the edge of Lake Dillon and seeing the boats out in Frisco Bay, or clinging to the marina in winter.

Frisco is at the center of Summit County, and from it all four ski resorts in the county are easily assessed by road, or by free public transportation. Vail (in Eagle County) is 25 miles away, and Denver only 75 miles to the east. Frisco has a tubing hill, the best cross country ski touring center in the county, winter sleigh rides, tennis courts, bike terrain park, and the Frisco Marina on Lake Dillon.


The easiest way to reach Frisco Heights is to head north from the roundabout at I-70 to School Road. Turn right and Frisco Heights will be on both sides of the road. If you head Mallard Lane, you're entering the Frisco Duck subdivision.  A left run will take you to Summit Middle school and the former Summit Medical Center, which is now medical and professional offices.

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