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Frisco homes for sale are some of the most convenient homes in Summit County. This small, flat town is easy to navigate and you can walk to the bustling Main Street with shops and unique restaurants, a large historic district, parks and recreation from most homes or condos in Frisco. Served by a free bus service, Frisco connect to the four, world-class ski resorts in Summit County with no parking hassle. It is also easy to get beyond Frisco by jumping on I-70 on the town's border.

Frisco Real Estate Statistics

Total Listings: 5
Average Home Price: $2,701,800
Highest Price: $4,495,000
Lowest Price: $1,424,000
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161 Lodgepole Dr, FRISCO, CO - $3,695,000

Residential, Single Family Residence
MLS® #S1023263
  • 4 Beds
  • 5 Baths
  • 3,942 SQFT
  • 7 DOM
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Do You Want To Live On Over 1.3 Acres, Looking Over The Ten Mile Creek From A Beautiful Home In Frisco? Is Privacy Even More Important To You Today Than Ever Before? Would Adding A Gorgeous Post And Beam Structured Luxury Home To The Mix Make It A...

103 Rose Crown Cir, FRISCO, CO - $1,995,000

Residential, Single Family Residence
MLS® #S1023413
  • 4 Beds
  • 5 Baths
  • 3,245 SQFT
  • 5 DOM
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New Construction Home Now Available In The Prestigious Frisco Reserve. Features Include Luxury Finishes, Outdoor Living, 4 Bedrooms, 5 Baths, And Views Of Buffalo, Wichita, And Mount Royal. Bike Or Walk To Downtown Shops And Restaurants. Centrally...

51 W Main St # E, FRISCO, CO - $1,900,000

Residential, Townhouse
MLS® #S1022737
  • 4 Beds
  • 5 Baths
  • 3,898 SQFT
  • 99 DOM
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Incredible Opportunity To Be In Frisco, On Top Of Ten Mile Creek. Home Focuses On The River, So Is Quiet And Peaceful, Despite Being So Close To Frisco's Downtown. In House Vacuum, Huge Kitchen With Double Ovens. Oversized, Heated Two-car Garag...

98 E Ophir Lake Rd, FRISCO, CO - $1,424,000

Residential, Single Family Residence
MLS® #S1023428
  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 3,527 SQFT
  • 3 DOM
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Don't Miss This Rare Opportunity To Own In Bill's Ranch! This House Is Located Across The Street From Bill's Ranch Lake With Huge Views Of Peaks One & Two, Wichita, Chief, Royal And Buffalo From A Very Private Gently Sloping Treed Lot. The Origina...

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Frisco Real Estate

Frisco real estate is perfect for those searching for an active, outdoor lifestyle. Traditional sports like tennis and sailing can be found in Frisco, but also sports like the annual Barbecue Challenge. There is incredible terrain on the peninsula along the shores of Dillon Reservoir, owned by the town of Frisco and the U.S. forest service.

In the winter, the peninsula is home to the Frisco Adventure Park Nordic Center and Tubing Hill. In summer this area bordering the lake and the national forest is popular with mountain bike riders, hikers and players of Frisbee golf. The county-wide bike path has its hub in Frisco, and from town road bikers can choose to continue on to Breckenridge, Copper Mountain, Dillon or Keystone- not that far away.

Frisco also has an active social events calendar year round and some of the coolest music in the county at Ten Mile Music Hall.

Living In Sunny Frisco

The weather in Frisco can often be the finest in the county if you like sunshine. Nearly every day includes sunshine. Often while it is snowing on the surrounding ski resorts, Frisco remains 'in the doughnut hole,' as locals say.  From town, the 14,000 foot peaks of Grays and Torrey's are usually visible in the distance. Buffalo Mountain and the start of the Ten Mile Range are familiar landmarks. Views to west are filled with the Gore Range. The town of Vail isn't far away. I-70 has two exits on the edges of Frisco. Copper Mountain is a quick trip to the west and Denver is 72 miles to the east.

View from Mount Royal obtained from a short, steep trail from the town of Frisco, Colorado. Photo taken fall of 2015Outdoors in Frisco

Hiking trails begin straight from your door in many parts of Frisco. To the north is Meadow Creek, to the south the beginning of the Ten Mile Range, and a short and sweet, but steep , hike up its first peak, Mt.Royal. To get to the trail, head south from anywhere in town, and cross the bike path. The path is paved from Breckenridge to Copper Mountain.

The trails on the south side are sign posted and your options will be toward Rainbow Lake (west) and Mt. Royal. This trail will continue to Mt. Victoria and Peak 1. The former ski jump of Frisco and several abandoned mining settlements and coke works are accessible from this trail. 

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Listing information last updated on January 17th, 2021 at 11:45pm MST.