Monday, July 23, 2018 / by Megan Luther
It may be hard to believe summer will be coming to an end soon. Still, there’s still plenty of time to fulfill your bucket list of summer fun activities…and no better place to do it than Grand County!
Here are 10 “must do” items to help you turn the Winter Park area into your summer playground!
1. Paddle Board on Grand Lake: You KNOW you’ve been wanting to do this! Experience the scenic beauty of one of Colorado's oldest tourist destinations and the state's largest natural body of water on a rented paddle board.
2. Camp at Arapaho Valley Ranch: Rent a tipi, glamping tent or rooms in a historic lodge which houses Colorado's smallest bar, The Red Dog Saloon!
3. Take a Hot Air Balloon Ride: Low-level flying will allow balloonists to spot wildlife, pick pine cones from treetops, fly over the train, and "splash & dash" into a pond or river. At higher altitudes, the spectacular peaks of Rocky Mountain National Park and the Continental Di ...
Thursday, July 5, 2018 / by Megan Luther
If you live in an isolated or rural area, chances are you are the proud owner of a septic system. But while most homeowners want to do what’s best and right for their home, most have no idea how to treat or maintain this vital home component.
In the most basic explanation -- the septic system is made up of two parts - the septic tank and the leach field. Water from your home goes into the system in two forms: black water (toilet waste) and gray water (kitchen, sink, bath and laundry waste). A septic system uses natural biological processes to treat this waste.
As wastewater from your home flows into the tank, heavy solids settle to the bottom into a “sludge" layer while fats float to the top forming a layer of “scum”. Between these two layers is a zone of liquids. Bacteria are found in all three of these layers and work to treat and reduce the sludge and scum. They literally “eat and digest” the solid materials. The treated solids a ...
Thursday, May 17, 2018 / by Megan Luther
…but they are wrong!
You want a mountain retreat.
You want your money secured in a good investment.
You want to live/retire in a small town but be close to big-city life
You CAN have it ALL… in Grand County!
Winter Park, Fraser, Tabernash, Granby and Grand Lake are not just a winter playland. Grand County living offers four-season activities…and it’s just a little over an hour away from Denver.
With the recent development of Aspen Skiing Co and KSL Capital Partners acquiring Intrawest (the previous operators of the Winter Park Ski Resort - read more at https://www.denverpost.com/2017/05/09/aspen-steamboat-ski-area-merger/), there has been a surge of interest in what Grand County has to offer.
Local realtor Parnell Quinn was raised in Grand County. As co-owner of The Simple Life Real Estate Company and on the City Board of Trustees for Fraser (the town adjacent and directly west of Winter Park), he&rsq ...
Friday, March 25, 2016 / by Parnell Quinn
Where's Grand County's real estate market heading?
Winter Park real estate sale volume.
The real estate market in the Fraser Valley has made plenty of headlines over the last few months, for better or for worse.
The issue of attainable housing has put much pressure on communities to find a solution to shrinking inventory, and with large residential development projects underway in Winter Park, many are wondering when things will change.
It all depends on whom you ask.
A realtor in Winter Park says business has been booming.
In Winter Park, total sales volume and the number of units sold for residential condos and town-homes has increased significantly over the first three months of 2016 from last year.
3/25/2016 Where’s Grand County’s real estate market heading? | SkyHiDailyNews.com ...
Wednesday, March 9, 2016 / by Megan Luther
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March 8, 2016
Intrawest eyes real estate opportunities at Winter Park
Intrawest Resorts Holdings Inc. is focusing on real estate opportunities at Winter Park Resort and Steamboat Ski Area, according to a presentation made available last month.
The presentation highlights profitable land sales in fiscal years 2014 and 2015 and Colorado’s improving real estate market as signs that the time may be right to restart real estate development at the two resorts.
Year over year condo sales are up while inventory is down more than 30 percent, according to the presentation.
Intrawest, which named Craig Cohn its new president of real estate effective Feb. 1, hopes to capitalize on Steamboat and Winter Park’s proximity to Denver by developing new master plans for both resorts.
Intrawest, which owns $21.4 million in real estate holdings at Winter Park Resort, plans to invest between $43 million and $48 million in its resorts in 2 ...