Hauck Meadows provides the perfect setting for relaxed, rural living with the convenience of easy access to the I-25 corridor. Quiet and serene, where hawks and whippoorwills flourish about the neighboring lakes and meadows, this is the place to enjoy the rewards of a successful life.
Lot features: Enjoy the amazing views as seen from all 26 lots. Each lot has the opportunity to build a detached shop, outbuilding or additional dwelling unit.
• View Lots
• Large Lots ranging from .75 to 1.5 acres

• 14 acres of designated open space
• Covenant controlled community
• Paved road access
• Easy access to I-25 and Hwy 287
• Guest House/Shop/Outbuilding allowed

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In 1859, Robert Hauck arrived in Colorado with T.F. Godding, the only surviving members of a party of 8, from McFarland, Wisconsin, to try their luck mining in the hills above Boulder.
As the snowfall pushed them towards the plains one winter, they came upon Chief Niwot, the great leader of the Arapahoe tribe, whose friendship proved valuable to their survival. It was Chief Niwot who led Mr. Hauck to this area now known as Hauck Meadows, protected by the bluffs to the west and rich with ground water.
Mr. Hauck flourished here by farming the land. He brought the first thoroughbred horse to Colorado, enjoyed his neighbors, native and newcomers alike, and lived a peaceful life for many years. It is with great respect that we dedicate this land to his name.