25th Annual Summit County Parade of Homes, Part 2

September 29, 2019

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501 Teller Street, Frisco, CO

Views from 501 Teller St, Frisco

It is an incredible fall weekend in the High Country and a great time to partake in the 25th Annual Summit County Parade of Homes. Not only can you view eleven spectacular custom homes, throughout Summit County, you can also take in the fall colors. Check out 5280’s article about where to do the best leaf peeping this season. I suspect Summit County’s golden glow will be gone in the next week.

Last week, we posted our best plan for viewing the parade in Silverthorne and Keystone. You can check that out here: Part 1. In Part 2 we’ll make suggestions for navigating the parade through Breckenridge and Copper Mountain. If you haven’t gotten your parade of home tickets yet, your first stop will be one of the homes selling tickets. There is one in Breckenridge, 515 South French Street, and one at Copper Mountain, 572 Beeler Place.

If you are starting at 572 Beeler Place (which we recommend), you’ll first want to drop by Abbey’s Coffee and pick up refreshments for the journey. They even have ice cream, which may be just what you’re looking for on this beautiful day. Once you’re substantially fueled up, stop by our open house at 501 Teller Street, Unit J, in Frisco from 12:00pm – 3:00pm 9.28 & 9.29.19. When you leave Abbey’s on Granite Street, turn right and then take a left on to 5th Avenue. Teller Street will be your next left, after the alley. This great Frisco find is only 2 blocks from main street and features amazing views of Peak One, Victoria & Mount Royal. The sunny, southern exposure deck is a must have for year round enjoyment, and the three levels ensure that there is plenty of gathering areas without sacrificing privacy.

After you’ve dropped by our open house, head on out to Copper Mountain to see the spectacular home by Pinnacle Mountain Homes, located at 572 Beeler Place. Have you ever been in a house with a bowling alley and a home theater, with ski access right out the door? Talk about a great family retreat! With 7,155 square feet, 6 bedrooms and 8 bathrooms, there’s plenty of room for everyone to spread out, relax and enjoy the marvelous mountain lifestyle.

Once you’re done envisioning yourself in this amazing spot, head on back to Frisco, and make your way to Breckenridge for the remaining 6 homes on the tour. We recommend following the map located in the Summit County Parade of Homes to get all the juicy details about the highlights and features of the homes in Breckenridge and charting your course. We also recommend that you plan to stop at the Blue River Bistro for some happy hour dreaming, during the parade.

Enjoy this incredible weekend and let us know what your favorite parade homes are!