$728,030 Average SOLD SF Home
The locals town, as we call it, Frisco continues to be popular for it’s central location to all the Summit County has to offer. Just minutes to 7 major ski resorts make Frisco heaven to the ski enthusiast.
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Frisco, Colorado – A Small Town Feel
Detailed information and website links area available for more information on Summit County schools, businesses, weather, sports and recreation, entertainment, area guides, and more! Below we have information specific to the town of Frisco, Colorado.Community information is critical in helping you to make an informed decision when choosing where to live or perhaps buy your Frisco CO Vacation Home or investment property.
Neighborhood Information for your Frisco CO Vacation Home
Frisco, Colorado has a population of approximately 3,400 people with a median age of 39.
Statistically, Frisco appears to be a strong vacation home market with approximately 67% of the homes showing as vacant, or not primary ownership occupied. Only 20% of homes are full time owner occupied with another 12% fully occupied via rentals.
The cost of living in Frisco, while high compared to the average in Colorado, remains about average for occupants in Summit County.
Community Information Is Always Evolving!Sitting in the shadows of Peak 1 and Buffalo Mountains, Frisco has an every changing climate, often experiencing multiple seasons (rain, snow and sun!) all in a single day. Summertime temperatures are gorgeous with a high in July of an average of just under 90 degrees. Winters bring us an average high temp of just under the freezing point in January, allowing us to maintain that wonderful Summit County powder!
The information provided above is to assist you in looking at Frisco CO as your new home. Information is provided as an approximate measure and should be verified. Please contact us for more information on Summit County and Frisco community and real estate trends.