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From Keystone to Breckenridge, tour Summit’s finest homes this weekend

Daily News staff report
202 South French Street, Breckenridge
Special to the Daily | Slifer Smith & Frampton

This weekend, Slifer Smith & Frampton will host its annual Summit County Home Tour.

The free event takes place from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and will include tours of two dozen residences currently on the market in Breckenridge, Dillon, Frisco, Keystone and Silverthorne. Prices range from $515,000 to $3.5 million, according to a company news release.

“The tour features a mix of new construction and existing homes with a wide range of architectural styles,” said Jeff Moore, managing broker with Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate, in the release. “The tour is a great way for locals and prospective buyers to get to know different neighborhoods throughout Summit County and learn about the different homes currently available.”

A map and list of the properties featured on the tour are available at the Slifer Smith & Frampton office in Breckenridge, 117 Main St., and at the Keystone River Run office, 140 Ida Belle Drive. The information also is available online at http://www.SummitCountyRealEstate.com.

“The tour is a great way for locals and prospective buyers to get to know different neighborhoods throughout Summit County and learn about the different homes currently available.”
Jeff Moore
managing broker, Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate

In addition to this weekend’s home tour, Slifer Smith & Frampton recently launched its “Live Local” campaign to celebrate its roots as a local company in Summit County, the release stated. The new program promotes local partnerships and exudes the benefits of home ownership for locals and visitors alike.

The Summit County Home Tour is just one example of the community-oriented programming the firm is offering, the release stated.


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