Hunter's View - The Next Step in the History of Frost Creek - Frost Creek
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Hunter's View

08 Jun Hunter’s View – The Next Step in the History of Frost Creek

Hunter’s View – The Next Step in History for Frost Creek


Nestled in a beautiful 81 acre enclave, Hunter’s View provides exceptional views of Mt. Thomas, Coffin Mountain, and Castle Peak. The close proximity to Brush Creek offers the calming sound of running water, excellent fly fishing, and an abundance of wildlife and untouched natural beauty.

“These homes can best be described as having a modern farmhouse feel”, says Kakie Holland, Director of Sales at Frost Creek. “For those who are ready to make the transition to mountain living at Frost Creek, but don’t want to build a full custom home, Hunter’s View is the perfect combination of personalization and convenience.” Hunter’s View offers three extraordinary floor plans ranging in size. Our coziest offering “Scout” has a 2,300-square foot floorplan, which includes 3 bedrooms and 2.5 bath. “Borah” is our 2,680-square foot floorplan with 4 bedroom and 3.5 bath, Finally, the “Roosevelt” is our spacious 2,875-square foot floorplan with 4 bedroom/3.5 bath. All three plans are available starting at $1M.

The story behind our naming is one of presidential influence. While President Gerald Ford’s relationship with the Vail and Beaver Creek is widely known, it’s not so commonly known that the 26th American President, Theodore Roosevelt, also spent considerable recreational time in and around Eagle County, and specifically the Eagle and Glenwood Springs-areas. Hunter’s View pays homage to President Theodore Roosevelt and his local guide and friend, Jake Borah and the adventures they shared in Colorado. Borah, whose homestead is on the right side of the road as you approach Sylvan Lake, was a local legend whose lore is still fun to read about today.

Ask Kakie for a few stories and then drive out to Hunter’s View and take in the views; it won’t be difficult to understand why the 26th POTUS was so fond of the striking natural beauty of the Frost Creek area.

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