Frisco Colorado Homes and Condo's For Sale

Frisco is a more affordable location to live in Summit County. When it comes to buying real estate in Frisco, Colorado, call me. I have been in the area for 30+ years and know the subtleties and nuances of the area that others may not. Frisco is central to all of Summit County’s attractions. The town offers unparalleled convenience not only to all of Summit County but indeed, to all of Colorado! Main Street Frisco offers excellent dining choices, shopping, the Historic Park and Museum and many local events and attractions! World Class Skiing at the Breckenridge Ski Resort, Copper Mountain Resort, Keystone, are literally just 10 minutes away from downtown and accessible via the countywide free bus, the Summit Stage. Vail and Beaver Creek, A Basin and more are a mere 30 minutes by car. But getting out of town isn’t always a good idea. 

Unique and wonderful winter activities rarely seen anywhere else are offered at the Frisco Adventure Park right there, in Frisco! A tubing hill, Nordic Center with groomed, mapped trails, sleigh ride dinners and more are all available along with the beautiful day lodge at the Frisco Peninsula. And as much fun as Frisco is in the winter, believe it or not, it could be even more fun in the summer. 

On Main street in Frisco, Dillon Reservoir is seems somewhat of a secret because the lake is largely unused, but right there it is, in Frisco. The Frisco Bay Marina Park adds a new and valuable dimension to life in Frisco. Sailing is the main attraction, as the lake rules do not permit water skiing. The water is too cold! It’s great for fishing however! And it’s like sailing into a postcard from the Frisco Marina. Enjoy Colorado’s largest man made reservoir. The paved bike path that navigates all of Summit County and extends beyond to Vail picks up going both directions all in Frisco. 

Frisco offers several signature events, including the July 4 fireworks display over lake Dillon and the Frisco Bar-b-que Challenge. Frisco is home to the Summit School District offices and the Summit Middle School. There are 2700 year round residents and about 4200 second home owners for a combined “population 6906” at an elevation of 9097 feet above sea level. 

For 2013 the average price for a single family home in the Frisco area is $780,937 with a sold price per square foot of $336.80. For condominiums the average is a 2 bedroom with a price of $356,639 with a sold price per square foot of $323.30.

Homes in Frisco For Sale

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Listing information last updated on June 25th, 2017 at 2:22am MDT.