Winter Park Highlands and Greenridge

Winter Park Highlands is 15 minutes from downtown Winter Park, Co which is the highest incorporated town in the United States at approximately 9100-12,060 feet above sea level. In 1932 the construction of the Moffat Tunnel was the beginning of Winter Park known then as Hideaway Park. The town was founded and became Winter Park in 1978.

Winter Park Highlands Subdivision was platted 1972- 1973 with about 350 lots. Lots range from 1 acre to 5 acres. Home ages range from early 1970s to today. There are still many vacant lots available, where people can still build a home. The average home price is approximately $400K. The area consists of unique rock outcroppings, aspens and pines and is very hilly. There is no formal Tree health/Mitigation Plan at this time, however, the HOA is actively making firebreaks and applying for grants which continue to help homeowners with the cost of tree removal. The HOA is very active in this community and membership is voluntary. Building a sense of community; Winter Park Highlands Association works towards improvements which bring value to all homeowners. Recent improvements include: New subdivision sign, pond with fire hydrant, future water source plans and developing fire breaks. Greatly reduced cost for trash disposal and single stream recycling. (For members only) This subdivision is a short 30 minutes to Grand Lake and only 75 miles from Denver.

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