You may have missed it but the Winter Park Area is blowing up right now.... we have the perfect storm brewing of commercial/residential development in Downtown Winter Park, Winter Park Resort was just purchased by Aspen Skiing Co. and Denver’s KSL Partners this summer and we have a residential real estate market that has seen values increase up to 25% in less than 12 months! If you are a developer looking for a great opportunity, then anywhere in Winter Park, Fraser and Tabernash is a no brainer.
Of course prices in Winter Park are the highest for undeveloped land and there are just a few parcels left in Fraser, the real opportunity is Tabernash - prices are still relatively low - Tabernash has not seen the large increases in values that Fraser and Winter Park have experienced in the last year. AND Tabernash is a great location for locals and second home owners - close enough to Fraser and Winter Park (only 5-15 minutes) and there are some really big mountain views and great treed lots.... treed lots have become a real selling point since Grand County lost a large portion of our forest from the pine beetle onslaught.
One of the best lots is one location on the hillside with expansive views from Devil's Thumb and the Cont. Divide to Winter Park Resort and Byer's Peak. This is a 77+ acre parcel that can be subdivided into 6 lots with 2 shared wells.... or you can do an augmentation plan and divide into more lots per the county regulations. There is a roughed in road with utilities in the road above. And at the list price of $1M, that is roughly $167,000 per lot (if you choose to divide into 6 large parcels). Click on the link below to view more details and give me a call if you are the right developer for this site. Julie White Broker/Owner Real Estate of Winter Park 970-531-7155 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Elle is proud to be one of the few true Grand County natives you’ll meet. Daughter of the Assistant Fire Chief and longtime Winter Park Ski Patroller, she has been fortunate to call this beautiful and supportive community home for her entire life. Upon graduating from Denver’s Metro State University, Elle did take some time away from home to work and travel overseas in Australia and New Zealand. Still yearning to explore, she returned to the United States where she spent time in both South Lake Tahoe and San Francisco where she worked for a mortgage company. But all along, Elle knew her true home in the Rocky Mountains was calling, and she returned to Winter Park in 2012. As a committee member of the Winter Park Chamber Advisory Board and co-founder of the Winter Park Young Professionals, Elle has proven that she is dedicated to building a strong future for her beloved community. She’s pleased to answer any questions you may have about the true “local experience,” and from the school district to the slopes, she’s eager to help make her hometown your hometown.