Leah Baxter
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October 20, 2012
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Best Buys: Best buys for building or already existing in Silverthorne and Dillon

If you are looking for a nice home in a great family friendly neighborhood, Whispering Pines is the location for you. This highly desirable Dillon subdivision is located within two miles of Keystone. The school affiliated with this subdivision is Summit Cove Elementary and is one of the top elementary schools in Summit County.

The 2,107-square-foot home backs up to open space with the bike path very close. Enjoy the three bedrooms and three baths to accommodate the entire family. Experience the amazing views of the Continental Divide from the abundant large windows.

This custom home was built in 2000 and features vaulted ceilings, hardwood floors, tile and carpet. The kitchen is up to date with granite countertops and stainless steel appliances.

Beautiful irrigated landscaping accents the freshly stained home. This best buy is the lowest-priced single-family home in Whispering Pines. Paula Parker of ReMax Properties of the Summit offers this best buy for $575,000.

If you would like to build your dream home, there is a beautiful piece of land available in Silverthorne on Ptarmigan Mountain. The views are spectacular from the .64-acre lot with views of Buffalo Mountain and the Gore Range. A beautiful aspen grove sits on the base of the lot in the foreground of the mountains. The lot is square and easy to build your home.

Included with the land you will receive a set of building plans designed for an amazing three-bedroom, energy-efficient home with solar capability. There are no association fees on Ptarmigan Mountain. This is one of the lowest-priced pieces of land over a half acre in Silverthorne. Maura McCarthy of ReMax Properties of the Summit offers this best buy for $169,000.

Contact Leah Baxter to see these best buys or other best buys today at (970) 389-6367, www.leahbaxter.com or leah@leahbaxter.com.


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