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The proximity to the 100-Acre Regional Park makes this an ideal family subdivision. The kids can walk right over to the Dinosaur park or the beach. It's also located within walking or biking distance to many schools. It's situated between Oak, Davis and Baxter so it's convenient for all the running around Bozeman parents inevitably have to do with kids!
Another one that is a hit with families because it's right across the street from the 100-Acre Regional Park. Oak Springs also has a pretty fantastic park in their own subdivision and a ton of open space, perfect for soccer or baseball games!
This is one of the more established neighborhoods on Bozeman's fast-growing north-west side. There's a great neighborhood park that features open space, a playground and a basketball court. Also in the subdivision is a beautiful trail area that is part of the Main Street to Mountains trail system. Tucked between Oak and Durston, the location is central and close to Emily Dickinson Elementary school*.
These two subdivisions sit side by side off of Baxter Lane. It's an ideal neighborhood for families with a 10-acre community park, open space and Chief Joseph Middle School* sitting in the middle of the subdivision. The 100-Acre Regional Park is just a short walk away and there are great Bridger Mountain views.
With alley entrances, front porches, and tree-lined streets Valley West has captured the historic Bozeman feeling which is perfect for families. There is a fantastic park area with a children's playground, streams, covered bridges, a pavilion for summer bbq's and a lake that is great year round (swimming in the summer, ice skating in the winter!)
Now we'll head to the south side of town! Alder Creek is near both Morning Star Elementary and Sacajawea Middle Schools so kids can walk or bike to schools*. There's a large central park, walking trails and Alder Creek flows through the neighborhood.
Not only is this neighborhood close to schools it's also near the Sourdough Trail, a popular section of the Main Street to Mountains Trail system. It's easy to get to Hyalite Canyon for weekend adventures and is still close to downtown.
One of Bozeman's newer subdivisions on the south side of town, Meadow Creek is convenient for families with its location right off of 19th Ave. It's close to schools, downtown and the mountains, what more could you need? This planned community has a park, picnic areas, and recreation areas.
This large planned community is very family orientated. Located in the Four Corners area with around 300 single family homes. There are trails, a neighborhood pond, playground and a ball field. Elk Grove has community events such as neighborhood garage sales and movie nights.
For maintenance-free living it's hard to beat the Villages downtown. These luxury condominiums are right off of Main Street so walking distance to everything downtown. There are lofts or townhomes depending on what type of lifestyle you are looking for. Not only are you close to downtown, you are also right by Lindley Park, the Bozeman Public Library, and trails.
In the Legends at Bridger Creek you will find all the reasons Bozeman is the best place to retire. There are miles of pristine trails, 30-acres of open space, home designs to nurture community living, and right up the road is an 18-hole golf course. Sitting off of Bridger Canyon Drive you can easily get to Bridger Bowl or downtown depending on your plans for the day. The homes are custom built with a rustic feel, the lot sizes are large and the Bridger views are spectacular.
This is another subdivision conveniently located off of Bridger Canyon Drive. It sits across the street from the Legends at Bridger Creek offering a slightly bigger view of the Bridgers while still being close to downtown, Bridger Bowl, and miles of trails.
This south side neighborhood features around 180 single family homes and is one of the established Bozeman subdivisions. Many of the homes back to open space and the extensive trail system. It is located near the Museum of the Rockies, MSU and is easy to get to the hospital. Hyalite Canyon is just a short drive away for recreational activities, which is probably why you decided to retire in Bozeman in the first place!
As you near Hyalite Canyon you will find many great subdivisions. Most of these feature large lots with mature landscaping. The proximity to Hyalite Canyon and amazing mountain views all around make this a very desirable area. Some of the subdivisions include Hyalite Foothills, Hyalite Meadow and Hyalite View Estates.
Westfield is one of Bozeman's more established south side neighborhoods. It is near S. 3rd making it easy to get to MSU, downtown and the Museum of the Rockies. Because it is one of Bozeman's older subdivisions there is fantastic mature landscaping throughout.
This neighborhood sits adjacent to Riverside Country Club so if your vision of retirement includes golf, tennis and sitting by the pool then this is your place! There are mature trees and landscaping, single-family homes, mountain views and open space.
Just behind Riverside is Stonegate. A small neighborhood with big homes and lots, plenty of open space and a great trail system. The views of the Bridgers are awesome from here and you are near Riverside Country Club as well as just down the road from Bridger Creek Golf Course. If golf isn't your thing, you can easily get to Bridger Canyon where the recreational opportunities are endless.
This subdivision sits just off of Durston making it a very central location. It is relatively new and a great place for first-time homebuyers to start their search.
With the mix of single-family and multi-family homes, Laurel Glen has many affordable options for first-time homebuyers. It sits west of town, right off of Durston so it's easy to get anywhere in Bozeman. There are mountain views, a park and plenty of greenspace.
This subdivision is so centrally located! Right between Oak and Durston in the middle of Bozeman. There is a mix of single and multi-family homes, all with unique architecture. There's a playground and many affordable home options.
This is a newer Bozeman subdivision on the west side of town heading towards Four Corners. With a mix of single and multi-family homes and a lot of new construction, this new neighborhood is a good place for first-time homebuyers.
Near Falcon Hollow sits Gooch Hill Meadows. This neighborhood offers the same great location just west of town and nice homes for first-time homebuyers.
Living here puts you right in the action. These lofts feature individual roof decks and garages. The location is one street off of Main so you can walk to anywhere downtown. The design is modern and there are Bridger views.
Right down the street from the NEBO Lofts are Bozeman's newest urban condo development. These condos are high end all the way and designed to keep with the neighborhood charm of Bozeman's north side.
If you are a young professional looking for a little more space than a downtown condo, Southbridge is a nice option. It's a great location right off of S. 19th so you are close to downtown, MSU and just a short drive to Hyalite Canyon.
This new Bozeman subdivision is filling up fast. The 137-acres has a park-like feel, it is centrally located and features beautiful custom homes. 36-Acres will be dedicated to parklands, common space, ponds and trails.
This neighborhood puts you right in the middle of town, perfect for young professionals. You have easy access to N. 19th, there are trails as well as plenty of open space in the subdivision. It's a nice mix of single and multi-family homes.
While this subdivision isn't as close to downtown as some of the others, it offers big homes and lots. If you are a young professional looking for a little more space and quiet to relax after the hustle and bustle, then Middle Creek Parklands is a great place to start looking!
For many of us owning one of these beautiful units as a primary home would be a dream. Then there are those lucky enough to have these as a second home, something to come to when living in Bozeman. It's ideal for that because it's maintenance free living so while you are gone, you don't have to worry about a thing. And, when you are in Bozeman you have the perfect location right downtown. They feature contemporary layouts, high-end finishes and are simply gorgeous.
Block M is another downtown Bozeman, maintenance free living option for a second or vacation home. These ones feature modern finishes, open floor plans and some have rooftop decks. They are just one street off of Main Street, so when you are in Bozeman you are in the heart of the action.
Perhaps you are looking for a second home in Bozeman to live more of the Montana lifestyle. Expansive views, large home and potential for seeing wildlife in your backyard. Triple Tree Ranch gives you these things and more. Located south of town you are close to Triple Tree Trail, Sourdough Canyon and Hyalite Canyon while still just a few minutes from downtown Bozeman. The homes out here are pretty fantastic.
This is Bozeman's private golf community just west of Bozeman. They offer world-class golf and a full-service club making it ideal for the second home lifestyle. The lots are large and the homes are beautiful. Not to mention pretty fantastic mountain views.
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