Best Buy’s: This week’s pick of best buys in great locations |

Best Buy’s: This week’s pick of best buys in great locations

Leah Baxter
Special to the Daily
Special to the Daily/Summit Association of Realtor

What makes a best buy in Summit County? First of all location is a must, next is the condition of the property, and of course the most important is the price for the neighborhood.

This week I am featuring two properties that follow these requirements. The first property is located in Frisco, three blocks from Main Street and less than two blocks from the bike path.

This property features four bedrooms and three baths. This beautiful 1,855-square-foot condo has been completely remodeled with granite countertops, hardwood floors and tiled bathrooms.

Other features include a wood-burning fireplace and a large recreation room. This property also has views of Mount Royal.

The property is offered at $389,000 by Matt Powers of Colorado Premier Resort Properties.

My next best buy is a large three-bedroom, three-bath, 1,694-square-foot townhome located in Keystone. This is a premium location within walking distance to the gondola. All of the other townhomes you must take a shuttle or drive to the ski area.

This property has never been rented and is completely furnished with high-end furnishings, granite countertops, as well as a beautiful gas fireplace.

The amenities include an outdoor heated pool, hot tubs, steam room and fitness room. There are numerous bike trails and hiking trails just outside your door. Walk to River Run for all of the summertime activities.

Leah Baxter of ReMax Properties of the Summit offers this property for $699,000.

For more information on these properties or other best buys, contact Leah Baxter at (970) 389-6367 or

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