We are happy to announce Land for Sale in Frisco, Colorado – 394 Giberson Road! This piece of property is a rare find, as there aren’t many lots left in the Town of Frisco. We are sharing this listing, which can be found by clicking here.
The Town of Frisco is located approximately 60 miles west of Denver and is serviced by I-70. Locals and visitors utilize the close highway access to travel by air at the Denver International Airport. Remote workers can plan on using this location as their home base, but will have a direct connection to a major highway that goes to Denver and east to Kansas. If you travel west, you’ll pass through Glenwood Springs and Grand Junction before crossing into Utah.
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Land in Frisco is extremely rare at this time, and is becoming increasingly hard to find in the more popular areas close to the resorts. Certain neighborhoods have a mix of new and older homes, but this setting is unique as it’s a ranch setting that backs to national forest. Local trails then connect to popular trails like the Lily Pad Lake Trail and can then lead you into the Gore Range.
Town of Frisco – Real Estate and Property
As you exit I-70 from the eastern most exit, you pass a private entrance to the Giberson Preserve. That’s where this property is located. It’s a quiet neighborhood with only a handful of homes. It feels quiet and like you step back in time.
However, at the end of the driveway is Highway 9 heading south to Breckenridge, a mere 9 miles away. The first set of stores you come to in Frisco include Whole Foods, Safeway and Natural Grocers. At Basecamp Liquors, you’ll have a nice selection of spirits, wine and beer. For the freshest beer however, you’ll want to head to the Outer Range Brewery.
Colorado Property with Resort Proximity
When you have this property as your basecamp, you’ll need to sign up for the snow reports, as you’ll have the choice to go whichever resort gets the most snow! A short drive will take you to Summit County Resorts like Arapahoe Basin, Keystone, Breckenridge, and Copper Mountain. Heading a little further west and you can enjoy Ski Cooper, Vail, or Beaver Creek.
Not into downhill skiing? Each of these towns have many local trails and nordic centers that offer cross country skiing, snowshoeing and other outdoor recreation opportunities.
Drone Photography of Giberson Preserve in Frisco
To get a better idea of where this piece of property is, we’ve employed the use of a drone to provide a bird’s eye view of the land. Over 160 acres and surrounding views of the Continental Divide, the Ten Mile Range, Lake Dillon and two “14ers” in the distance, Greys and Torreys. Can you spot them in the picture below?
Giberson Preserve PUD
Planned unit developments (PUDs) are site-specific zoning designations, each with its own unique set of zoning regulations, and the Giberson Preserve’s documents can be found by clicking here.
History of the Giberson Preserve
This land was once an active farm and ranch homestead, and is located in the Buffalo and Lusher Placers. This piece of land, now a conservation easement (meaning it will never be developed), spans over 160 acres of beautiful open meadows, wetlands, and forest that provides homes for the local elk population. The Gibersons took steps to develop the Preserve and allow for a small number of lots to be developed.
Frisco Real Estate in the Giberson Preserve
Home lots are spread among strands of aspen trees and sagebrush. You’re basically on the lower flanks of Buffalo Mountain, where large avalanche paths can be seen from a distance. Custom homes being built here are a rare and secret that you are now in the know about.
Families that purchase land here will have a piece of history literally outside their front door. They’ll be part of a small neighborhood and community that is not even finished being built out yet. While some homes in nearby Frisco are being remodeled, builders will have a chance to create a family dwelling unique to their own wishes and desires.
Build Your Dream Home in Summit County, Colorado
We took these ground level pictures to show the numerous aspen trees on the lot. Some will have to be brought down to build the home, but some will likely want to be preserved for privacy and for pure visual enjoyment. They will be filled with green leaves in the summer and will turn a brilliant gold in the fall. Can you visualize a home here? If so, contact us to learn more.