Sales at Frost Creek Soar As Buyers Find “Sanctuary” in Eagle County

Frost Creek Golf Course
Coined Colorado’s Mountain Club, Frost Creek is centered around a World Class Tom Weiskopf designed mountain golf course with more than 25 Colorado lifestyle activities on site and available for members and their guests.

Frost Creek, a private luxury golf and mountain lifestyle club located just outside Eagle, Colorado, is seeing a high level of interest in club membership and real estate sales this summer. The introduction of presale homes in the club’s Hunter’s View neighborhood is drawing particularly high interest, as it is the first time pre-built homes have been available at Frost Creek. Custom homesite and club membership sales have also been in high demand.

“We are very much a part of the overall “move to the mountains” trend that is being seen throughout Eagle County and Colorado’s resort communities,” said Katherine “Kakie” Holland, director of sales at Frost Creek. “I think it’s even more pronounced at Frost Creek where people discover everything they are looking for in a relaxed, but luxurious, mountain lifestyle in one place. It’s remarkable how many times I’ve heard the word, ‘sanctuary’ used by members, prospective members and buyers this summer. That’s really what Frost Creek represents to them. In many cases the close proximity to Eagle airport with year round flights and easy access to and from the Front Range further Frost Creek’s desirability and feasibility as a primary or secondary residence.”

Since launching presales of 15 homes in Hunter’s View in early summer, Holland has 5 homes under contract and 4 more with presale agreements. Interest continues to grow as she works to keep up with the demand.

“Hunter’s View homes have a modern farmhouse feel and functionality that people are looking for”, said Holland. “If you want 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. We offer three extraordinary floor plans, to meet buyers’ need for space.”

Hunter’s View floor plans include; the “Scout”, a 2,300-square foot home, which includes 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths, the “Borah” at 2,680-square feet and featuring 4 bedrooms and 3.5 baths, and the “Roosevelt” a spacious 2,875-square foot floor plan with 4 bedrooms and 3.5 baths. All three plans are available starting at $1M+.

Hunter's View
The 2,875 sq’ “Roosevelt” floor plan is one of three presale luxury home opportunities available in Frost Creek’s Hunter’s View neighborhood. Presales at Hunter’s View represent the first opportunity for buyers to purchase built homes at the club.

“Custom homesite sales and Local and National club membership sales have also seen an increase this summer,” added Holland. “To further add to the vibrancy of Frost Creek, 9 custom homes are being completed or breaking ground in 2020 and 5 more homesites have transacted, or are expected to before the end of the year.”

Homesites range in size from one to 6+ acres and are priced from $250,000-$700,000.

Frost Creek offers members and their guests a world-class Tom Weiskopf-designed golf course, 40,000 square foot clubhouse, member cabins to accommodate National Members while visiting the club, private fly fishing water and more than 25 activities and amenities endemic to the mountain lifestyle. There is even a member Jeep for off-site excursions. In the winter, activities include ice skating and hockey, cross country skiing and what’s rumored to be Eagle County’s fastest sledding hill.

For information about club membership and real estate offerings at Frost Creek contact Kakie Holland, director of sales, at (970) 319-5585 or [email protected] or visit

Frost Creek Clubhouse
Frost Creek’s clubhouse and pool house, adjacent to its member cabins which are available to out-of-town members, are the center of social activities and events.

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