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summit county: Mesa Cortina - A Peaceful Mountain Community - 07/16/08 12:01 PM
The community of Mesa Cortina is located in Silverthorne below Buffalo Mountain at an elevation around 9200' to 9600'. While its address is Silverthorne it is outside of the town limits. It is comprised of the subdivisions of Mesa Cortina, Mesa Cortina West and Cortina. There are approximately 262 single family lots in Mesa Cortina with 52 still undeveloped. The lots are one third to half an acre. The community of Mesa Cortina backs up to National Forest lands to the north and west and is often frequented by a variety of wildlife. It is not uncommon to see moose, fox and raccoon around the neighborhood. The Mesa (0 comments)
summit county: Can everyone afford a second home in Summit County? - 04/23/08 04:37 PM
If you enjoy swishing down the slopes of your favorite Rocky Mountain ski resort or hiking one of the nearby fourteeners and are looking for a way to spend more of your time doing those types of activities without spending too much of your money, I may have the answer you have been looking for. You have probably spent some of your time checking out property in the areas you love most and have been taken aback by the prices. Owning property in your favorite area will allow the money you put towards renting condos on every visit back into your pocket (0 comments)
summit county: Summit County: A Healthy Choice - 12/13/07 02:20 PM
Summit County, Colorado is more than just a destination. It's a lifestyle. Living in the county, either full or part time, definitely has its benefits. These benefits are not only in the appreciation of your real estate investments but in your quality of life. Experience what Summit County has to offer and you will not only have fun, you will improve your health, your mood and your life. According to the American Heart Association for a healthy heart all adults ages 18 to 65 should be involved in a minimum of 30 minutes of moderate intensity, physical activity five days a (8 comments)
summit county: Discover Villas at Swan's Nest - 12/03/07 04:30 PM
Located between Breckenridge and Frisco, Villas at Swan's Nest is a quaint, condo complex tucked just off the beaten path. Built in 1999 and 2000, the 138 unit complex backs to open space and has creeks and ponds surrounding it. Floor plans range from 848 to 1348 square feet and all feature a patio or deck and washer/dryer hook-ups. Most of the units have an attached one car garage or one of the 17 detached garages in the complex. Less than one third of the condos in this complex are primary residences; many are second homes or rental properties. Travel anywhere (3 comments)
Summit County is a must for every avid, outdoor enthusiast. No matter what you enjoy doing outdoors Summit County is the place to experience it. Whether it's fly fishing, tennis, bicycling or mountain biking, hiking, sailing, kayaking, snowmobiling or skiing and riding at any of the world class ski resorts it's all right outside your door! Frisco, located in the heart of Summit County, makes a great home base to enjoy most any activity. Main Street in Frisco is home to a variety of shopping and dining establishments as well as many town of Frisco events. The Frisco Marina is just across Summit Boulevard (3 comments)
summit county: All choked up in Colorado - but still cheering! - 10/25/07 05:35 PM
Yup, there was some serious choking going on in Boston last night. Even I was choking, choking back the tears as the Rockies rotated through their pitchers without any difference in results. They couldn't quiet the bats of Boston. No matter where Boston hit the ball there wasn't a Rockies guy around to make the play. They didn't do much better offensively either, although they were facing Beckett. No matter how big a loss, it is just a loss. In Colorado we are hoping that history repeats itself and the team that gets spanked in game one, wins all the marbles. Coloradoans haven't (24 comments)
summit county: Summit County's Best Kept Secret - Summer - 10/17/07 04:42 PM
Summit County is a great place for not only the ski condo at the base of the mountain but also for the magnificent summer home. Even if you don't like cold weather and winter activities, don't rule out Colorado's Rocky Mountains for your vacation home just yet. Summit County includes the communities of Breckenridge, Dillon, Keystone, Frisco and Silverthorne as well as Copper Mountain and A Basin ski areas. These areas are most commonly known for their world class ski resorts and are often overlooked by those that don't take part in cold weather activities. Summers in the county are beautiful! A hot day is (5 comments)
summit county: Gore Trail Condos in Silverthorne - 10/11/07 03:44 PM
Gore Trail condos are located at the top of Wildernest at an altitude of approximately 9720 feet. It's 2.3 miles up Ryan Gulch Road, which starts out as Wildernest Road from Highway 9. It's a great location at the top of Wildernest with spectacular mountain views from the parking lot. Just around the corner is the trailhead for the Buffalo Mountain. I have hiked that and it is a fabulous hike. The first time I hiked it we saw three mountain goats and a ptarmigan! There are 6 buildings and a total of 76 units. Buildings 1-4 have 14 units each and (3 comments)
summit county: Mohawk Lakes, A Hike to Remember - 06/27/07 05:48 PM
Many of the hikes I have done in Summit County have some mining activity nearby. I expect a lot of the trails we use are there because of the previous mining activity. Sometimes we see tailings, sometimes its old mining equipment, maybe building ruins or the mine itself. On this hike to Mohawk Lakes it was all of that! First, we came upon the cabin. The story, according to author Perry Eberhart, is that a hermit lived alone in this deserted mining camp in the early 1900s. He was discovered dead in his cabin around 1920 and his only companion, a loyal (4 comments)
summit county: Hello from Colorado - 04/23/07 06:45 PM
I am the business manager and licensed agent for the Mountain Living team, in Frisco, Colorado. Our town was named by miners who came to Colorado from California during the gold rush. Naming places after their hometowns must have made them feel less homesick. Many of the old mining claims around here have women's names, as the miners named them after girlfriends and wives. Frisco still has many old historic structures but it is now a mix of vacation homes, condos, gift shops and restaurants. We are only seven minutes from Copper Mountain, so we have a ski area of our own (3 comments)
Real estate and recreation opportunites in Silverthorne and all of Summit county. Ski areas nearby are Keystone, Breckenridge and Copper Mountain, with Lake Dillon providing summer activities. Dillon and Frisco are both nearby with lots of special events.
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