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The Coolest Little Town Called Frisco

The Coolest Little Town Called Frisco

Posted by admin on January 30, 2019

A Town with a Whole Lot to Offer.

Imagine making sharp turns in knee deep fresh powder one winter morning, strolling down a cinematic Main Street on a fall afternoon, or spending a warm summer’s night listening to up-and-coming artists at a concert in the park. Imagine a town that cares for its full time community as much as it does the countless out of town visitors; creating a welcoming space for anyone who steps into this “Colorado Playground”. The town of Frisco, Colorado should come to mind.

Coined as one of the coolest, under-the-radar ski towns by the Wall Street Journal, Frisco’s immense charm is rooted in its history. This town’s frontier spirit has blossomed into a delightfully modern oasis. It’s not uncommon for visitors of Frisco to become full time residents, and it’s not difficult to see why. With its strong economy, unparalleled scenery, and an enriching community, Frisco has a lot to offer.

 

The Wonders of Frisco, Colorado.

When seeking out the advantages of any new living location, there’s a checklist that you’re bound to run through. It differs from person to person, based off of what a given person finds most important. Is it affordability, proximity to family and friends, or good education systems? Is it all of the above? Whatever may be on your checklist, here’s what Frisco has to offer:

  1. Affordability. Can you live comfortably here?

Frisco is far more affordable than the ski resort towns that may be more familiar because of their name alone. It’s never just about finding that magical place that makes you feel at home, it’s obviously important to live comfortably within it. Frisco’s affordability makes it a winner for those looking to live a small town life with some big city amenities, all without overindulging the wallet.

  1. Real Estate Value.

In terms of both its commercial and residential growth, Frisco is unmatched by other towns of its size in the state of Colorado. With a year round population that sits comfortably at 2,800 full time residents, and about 4,000 second home-owners,  the town’s has turned into a booming economy, with property values that have skyrocketed nearly 100% since 1990.

  1. Proximity to What’s Important.

Frisco has easy access to the freeway, being just off of I-70. It’s just over an hour outside of Denver, giving you the closeness to a major city without the stresses of living in one. Frisco is a walking friendly city! With the town’s entire Main Street (and other amenities) consisting of about a mile in length, it’s easy to leisurely traverse the heart of town in an afternoon.

  1. Family-Friendly Atmosphere.

Families big or small will love what this town brings to the table. If you’re looking for gorgeous parks, libraries, playgrounds, and great schooling, Frisco is the place. Healthcare facilities and shopping are also easily accessible, even by foot.  

  1. A Classic American West Town and a Modern Hub.

Quite possibly the reason why so many visitors eventually call Frisco home is what it uniquely has to offer in the way of community. Sitting pretty at 9,097 feet above sea level on Mount Royal, this town is often called the “Main Street of the Rockies.” Originally founded as a quint mining community, this little town has expanded well past its original focus. Within and around Frisco’s Main Street, you’ll find unique boutiques, various shops, and over 30 restaurants, bars, and nightclubs. Whether you’re looking for day activities or a bit of nightlife, Frisco has it.

It’s amenities may have become modernized since its founding in 1873, but it still stays true to its heritage. With a free Historic Park, Town Museum, and an original 1880’s Victorian Inn, the town’s history is alive and well. A history and story that will continue to exist through its connections with its future generations.

 

Year Round Activities.

Maybe what drew you to Frisco is the promise of its spectacular natural beauty, and the never ending list of outdoor activities. Whatever the season, this town has something fun to show you.

Winter Wonderlands & Summers to Remember.

Because of the town’s prime location, it’s ideal for any and all winter excursions. In proximity to four world class ski resorts (Copper Mountain, Keystone Resort, Breckenridge, and Arapahoe Basin), it’s a skier’s and snowboarder’s paradise. If sliding down powderly hills on skis isn’t in your wheelhouse, there are countless more ways to have fun during those cold winter months. Go down the tubing hill with friends, visit the Nordic Center and take up snowshoeing or cross-country skiing. Have a blast with the entire family at the Family Adventure Park!

Frisco, Colorado mountainsFrisco may be best known for its winter sports, but there’s still a whole lot to do once that snow has disappeared. The warmer weather is the perfect excuse to plan a weekend camping trip in what is basically your backyard. Stretch your legs on a beautiful hike, take a biking excursion, or spend your day at the 4,000 foot Frisco Day Lodge. You can even test your Disc / Golfing skills on Frisco’s free 18-hole course.

Better yet, take the short trip to explore the wonder that is Lake Dillon. This gorgeous reservoir has a 25 mile shoreline, and full service Marina. You’ll have the chance to experience the best of those warmer weather sports on 3,300 acres of land. Whether it’s sailing, kayaking, or just finding a picturesque spot to have a picnic, the sparkling blue waters are a true sight to see.

From an Outdoor Concert Series at the Historic Park on Main Street every summertime Thursday, the annual duathlon, to the town’s Independence Day celebration, you’ll have a summer you and your loved ones won’t soon forget.

 

More Than Just a Place to Visit.

Frisco is more than an event filled little town. It’s more than just it’s renown ski resorts, wondrous lakes, and lively culture. It’s more than just what you can do here. Frisco is a place you can call home. A place to put down roots, in a town so rich with history and charm. It’s the perfect place to find balance in all that we love. A safe and exciting place for our families, a place to build lasting friendships, and an escape to the natural landscape around us. All of which, the little town of Frisco, Colorado is happy to offer up in abundance. Whether it’s your first home, a second home, or a dream vacation getaway, Wolf Real Estate of Frisco can help you find that place you’ll feel right calling home. The Wolf Real Estate team understands the importance of every clients needs, hopes, and interests. They’ll help you discover the idyllic mountain home, in which you’ll create a lifetime of memories.

 

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