Winter Park

Nestled high in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado, Winter Park real estate sits at 9,100 feet above sea level, a seeming world away from the city lights of Denver found a little over an hour’s drive down the mountain. The slower pace of life and prioritization of enjoying “Colorado’s Favorite Playground” make living and staying in Winter Park a breath of fresh air. Bordered by Berthoud Pass to the south and the town of Fraser just to its north, Winter Park offers four seasons of adventure, a large feat to pack into its mere (and desirable) seven and a half square miles. With an abundant trail system and easy access to Winter Park Resort, opportunities to alpine ski, snowboard, Nordic ski, snowmobile, mountain bike, camp, hike, trail run, and fat bike abound. Good meals, quaint cafes, and festivals of all kinds are easy to find and easy to access with free local transit, but what really makes Winter Park home is its community of people and businesses that create such a welcoming environment to those new to the community, second-home owners, and vacationers alike. The love of this town and its lifestyle is palpable.

View of the mountains from a snowy hilltop in Winter Park, Colorado

Winter Park Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $1.1M
Lowest Price $3.7K
Highest Price $4M
Total Listings 85
Avg. Price/SQFT $723

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Discover Winter Park, CO Real Estate

Whether you’re looking for a year-round residence, a vacation home that you can escape to, or an investment property to rent out, you’ll find plenty of Winter Park real estate to choose from. From stylish condos to spacious single-family homes and stunning townhomes, there are properties for all lifestyles.

Condos and townhomes make up the majority of the real estate for sale in Winter Park, Colorado. Many of these properties are located close to trails and free shuttle stops. Common features of Winter Park condos and townhomes include large windows, fireplaces, gourmet kitchens and comfortable suites with plenty of storage space.

Many condos for sale in Winter Park offer the flexibility to use the property as a full-time home or a vacation rental. Some are located slopeside, making it easy to ski-in and ski-out. Residents and renters often have access to amenities such as hot tubs, exercise rooms, parking garages and bike storage spaces.

Winter Park townhomes offer plenty of space for relaxing and socializing. Many have multiple levels, open-plan living areas, and decks that are perfect for grilling and outdoor dining. Extra touches could include heated garages, outdoor fire pits and private hot tubs. HOAs typically take care of services such as snow removal and trash removal.

Single-family homes for sale in Winter Park tend to get snapped up fast. Many are custom built for active mountain lifestyles and offer sweeping vistas of the mountains, large social spaces, beautiful decks, and plenty of storage space for bikes, ski equipment, and other toys.

Winter Park Real Estate For Short-Term Rentals

If you’re considering buying a home in Winter Park and renting it out to visitors, you’ll be happy to know that the town welcomes short-term rentals. However, there are a few rules homeowners need to follow. Before you can rent out your home, you’ll need to pay a $150 registration fee and register your home before you list it on rental sites. Once you are registered, you must display your registration number on all rental advertisements and sites including AirBNB and VRBO.

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View of ski slopes on the mountains at Winter Park, Colorado

Winter Park Community & Lifestyle

Winter Park is located just an hour and 20 minutes from Denver, but it feels like a completely different world. The air is fresh, the views are spectacular and the pace of life can be as relaxed or action-packed as you make it. There are plenty of things to do in Winter Park year-round, from mountain sports to boutique shopping, gourmet dining, and fun events like concerts, festivals and more.

Winter Park Resort is the main draw to the community. The resort has over 3,000 acres of terrain spread across three mountain peaks. In the winter you can ski, snowboard, snowshoe, and go snow tubing. Mountain biking is popular during the warmer months. The resort also has a miniature golf course, alpine slide, bike park and climbing wall.

Residents and guests staying in Winter Park homes can make use of the free shuttle service to get to the resort and around town. The shuttle stops at various spots around the community and runs from 7:30am to 2am every day of the week, year-round. They also offer bike racks, making it easy to transport your ride.

Downtown Winter Park has everything you could ask for in a modern mountain town. Cooper Creek Square has boutique shops where you can find clothing, home decor and sports equipment. Stroll along Main Street and you’ll come across enticing restaurants serving everything from Asian cuisine to American BBQ and more.

Winter Park also hosts several festivals and events throughout the year that bring together residents and visitors alike. Popular events include Winter Park Brewfest, Blues From the Top, Rocky Mountain Wine Fest, Winter Park Jazz Festival and Winter Park Alpine ArtAffair. 

Are you interested in buying or selling a home in Winter Park, Colorado? Leave us a message here and one of our Grand County real estate experts will be in touch. You can also call Angela at 970-531-0418 or Leah at 970-531-4723.

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