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About The Development

Range View Estates is an exclusive new development along the Front Range of Colorado located in the town of Mead. The town of Mead prides itself on being a connected safe community connected. Additionally, it boasts an educated workforce with plenty of recreational opportunities. Mead is a small community of 5000 people and growing.  They have a strong workforce and over 200 + businesses. The school district is St. Vrain Valley Schools and is known as an award-winning school district.

The community of Mead enjoys 9 town-owned parks across the area. Range View Estates offers oversized lots approximately 1 acre +. These lots include amazing Rocky Mountain views, privacy,  and extra space. They also include an opportunity to build an outbuilding to store recreational vehicles, create a workshop or build the ultimate recreational room. The covenants allow for domestic animals and chickens. Owners can bring their own builder or use suggested custom or semi-custom home contractors. The minimum building square footage requirements for a ranch style home is 2150 sq ft. For a two-story home, the minimum square footage is 2600 sq ft

 

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Contact:

Seth Hayden: (970) 692-6321
Stacy Kleve: (970) 396-0955

 

Custom Homes on 1+ Acres

Owners can bring their own builder or use suggested custom or semi-custom home contractors, with requirements of a minimum of 2,150 square feet for a ranch and 2,600 square feet for a two story. Plus, there is a bonus opportunity to build a separate outbuilding or shop. Architectural plans and renderings show craftsmanship and design of custom home design second to none, and the consistency of the development’s building requirements means every style of home offers superior quality.

Suggested Custom Home Builders:

 

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Attractions

Take a beautiful drive up the hill to Estes Park, which is the gateway to Rocky Mountain National Park, the third most popular National Park in the country! Tourists find a touristy downtown in Estes Park, charming walks around Lake Estates, the famous Stanley Hotel, and numerous restaurants and places of interest. Rocky Mountain Elk meander through town during the fall months with golden aspens as a backdrop, and bull elk are heard bugling around their harem of cows.

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Water

Colorado's Front Range offers multiple streams, lakes and rivers that provide adventures for water lovers including fishing, boating, rafting, kayaking, paddle boarding and more. From the nearby Lonetree Reservoir, Carter Lake and Horsetooth Reservoir near Fort Collins, to the Big Thompson and St. Vrain Rivers, you're sure to be close enough to hop on the boat or grab a rod and be fishing within 30 minutes of your driveway!

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Golf

TPC Colorado is an award winning golf course community that offers professional golf course quality right down the street from Range View Estates. Golf Digest ranked TPC Colorado as a Top 100 course in America and 3rd Best New Course in America in 2019. This championship private course is home to many Pro/Am and PGA sanctioned events, and memberships are coveted. Other golf courses nearby offer a variety of landscapes and skill level, including Colorado National Golf Club, Mariana Buttes and More.

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Dining

Colorado offers excellent dining and shopping experiences at multiple locations across the Front Range, including award winning restaurants. From the TPC Colorado Clubhouse & Restaurant to quaint eateries in local towns, Range View Estates is just a short drive from many mouthwatering dining options. Shopping can be found at Flatirons Mall and North Denver Luxury Outlets to small-town locally-owned shops along Main Street.

Local Resources

Little Thompson Water District

The Little Thompson Water District is the water provider for Range View Estates. The Little Thompson Water District was created for the purpose of providing water facilities and services for the inhabitants of the District in 1961. They began serving domestic water to a 300-square mile area in Larimer, Weld and Boulder counties in 1962. The service area is generally bounded by the City of Loveland on the north, Longs Peak Water District on the south, the City of Greeley, the South Platte River and the St. Vrain River on the east, and the foothills on the west. It expanded to include the former Arkins Water Association in 1999 and the Town of Mead in 2002.

Education

Local schools include Mead Elementary, Mead Middle School, and Mead High School. Boulder is about 40 minutes away and is home to the University of Colorado Buffaloes. Colorado State University is situated home in Fort Collins and gives downtown a vibrant feel. Just east in Greeley is where University of Northern Colorado calls home, home of the Bears.

Location

Mead, Colorado

Range View Estates is centrally located in Northern Colorado with easy access to the I-25 Corridor. The Town of Mead is near Berthoud, Colorado, just 40 minutes south of Fort Collins, 30 minutes north of Denver and about 45 minutes from Denver International Airport. Boulder is about 40 minutes away and is home to the University of Colorado Buffaloes.

Denver, known for its sports centric downtown, microbreweries and excellent dining, is a short drive south down I-25. Many commuters make the trip to the financial district by hopping on I-25 a couple miles down the road. The privacy of Range View Estates is the perfect retreat back to your custom home where you can relax and unwind.

Weld County

Range View Estates is located in Northern Colorado, Weld County is home to charming small towns, thriving cities and approximately 4,000 square miles of wide-open skies and beautiful mountain views. Its history is rooted in the land and the western heritage runs deep.  The county began in the early 1800’s and there were many trappers, traders, miners, ranchers and then eventually farmers.  Weld County has become Colorado’s leading producer of cattle, grain and sugar beets, and is the richest agricultural county in the United States east of the Rocky Mountains, and the fourth richest overall nationally. It is also becoming more important as a milk producing county, with close to half of the state’s cattle. Weld County is also an important area of oil and natural gas production.

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