Where to Buy New Construction in Summit County Right Now
Buying new construction has obvious advantages that certainly make it an appealing option for any home buyer in the market to consider. Being able to customize your home the way you want it before moving in is arguably the biggest upside, and there’s also something to be said for not having to worry about upgrades, updates, or maintenance for at least the foreseeable short-term.
Like anywhere, buying new construction often means paying a bit of a premium here in Summit County, but if you’re up for the added expense, here are just a few suggestions on where to start a new home search right now…
Summit Sky Ranch
The Summit Sky Ranch community is one of Silverthorne’s newest, not to mention one of the more impressive you’ll find anywhere in Summit County. Homes here feature expansive floor plans, stunning interior finishes, and huge windows that allow home owners to take in sweeping views of the surrounding scenic landscape. Entry-level pricing here starts at just under $1 million and some of the more expensive homes jump up to around $1.7 million.
The Shores at The Highlands
If you’re looking to pair a luxury living experience with panoramic mountain views, few new construction communities match what The Shores have to offer. Along with that, you’ll also enjoy direct access to a 1/2 mile stretch of the Blue River, as well as some pretty unique home features like outdoor rooftop decks, built-in outdoor fireplaces, and other great outdoor living options.
The Village at Treehouse
Also located in Silverthorne, The Village at Treehouse is one of the more desirable new construction townhouse communities currently in the works in Summit County. Huge windows, multi-level 4-bedroom floor plans, private garages, and easy access to trails and other outdoor recreational amenities are just some of what home buyers can look forward to when opting for a unit here at The Village. Although with developers now on the very last building, opportunities to buy here are quickly running out.
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