Summit County's Top Deed Restricted Communities Local Home Buyers Should Consider
Affordable housing can be hard to find for locals who serve resort communities like Breckenridge, Frisco, and the rest of Summit County. But if you’re a permanent resident and work over 30 hours a week in the area, you might be able to qualify for a home in one of these highly desirable deed restricted communities…
Smith Ranch - Silverthorne
If you’re looking for a newer construction deed restricted community, Smith Ranch might be the perfect place to begin a home search. Homes vary in size and price point and the community is specifically designed to facilitate neighbor-to-neighbor interaction.
Peak One - Frisco
Dubbed a “locals’ neighborhood" by many, Peak One in Frisco is easily one of the more desirable deed restricted communities in all of Summit County. The homes here are spacious and extremely well-built and the community vibe among neighborhoods truly is exceptional.
Farmer’s Grove - Breckenridge
Developed back in the early 2000s, Farmer’s Grove lies about 10 minutes from downtown Breckenridge and features a mixture of single-family and duplex-style homes. The views of the surrounding area are quite scenic from home in Farmer’s Grove, and for added convenience, Summit High School is also situated just down the street as well.
Sail Lofts - Dillon
The new Sail Lofts in Dillon offer a location that’s walking distance to downtown and units have a nice variety of layouts that are perfect for local condo buyers looking for a primary residence. Most deed restricted units here have one or two bedrooms and common interior finishes include in-unit laundry, heated floors, and also an attached private deck.
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