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Popular Bozeman Subdivisions
Luxury subdivision, south of Bozeman, Montana, Green Hills Ranch is nestled against the Gallatin foothills. Luxury homes are set on one-acre lots, with excellent views, hiking trails, and easy access to Bozeman and Big Sky.
Black Bull Bozeman, is a complete golf community of Bozeman luxury real estate on the west side. Luxury home lots, excellent mountain views, spectacular golfing, quick access to the Bozeman region: Big Sky skiing, shopping, restaurants, Bozeman’s airport, Bridger Bowl skiing, multiple forms of Bozeman recreation.
Triple Tree Ranch is one of the premiere Bozeman subdivisions. Set on a large, high plateau, many Triple Tree Ranch luxury homes look west across the Gallatin Valley and north toward the Bridger Range; the views are spectacular! Triple Tree, a premiere, luxury Bozeman subdivision, is close to Montana State University (MSU), Deaconess Hospital, downtown Bozeman, hiking, mountain biking, skiing, schools, shopping, and, perhaps, most importantly, nestled against the mountains for those demanding the perfect, peaceful, Bozeman, Montana setting.
Harvest Creek Subdivision is a residential Bozeman housing development with protective covenants and architectural guidelines,. Harvest Creek lies on the northwest side of Bozeman and offers Bridger Mountain views, well-kept yards, handsome craftsman-style homes, attractive landscaping, uncluttered streets, two open-space parks, walking/hiking trails, a playground, and a basketball court.
Painted Hills Subdivision offers large lots with excellent landscaping, awesome mountain views, and recreation. Painted Hills is just about the perfect spot for access to everything Bozeman has to offer: proximity to downtown Bozeman, 3.5 miles; the Gallatin Mountains, 4 miles; the High School, 5 miles; Montana State University (MSU), 3 miles; the Hospital, 2 miles; Bridger Bowl skiing, 21 miles.
Interested in luxury homes, lush meadows, abundant trees, proximity to Bozeman, rural feeling, large lots, mountain views? Think Manley Meadows…
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Additional Bozeman Subdivisions, Bozeman Neighborhoods, Residential Housing Developments, Town House Developments, Condominium (Condo) Communities, Bozeman Luxury Homes Subdivisions Listed Below:
Arnold Bridger Hills
Arrowleaf Hills Subdivision
Beall’s 3rd Addition
Garden Valley Estates
Glenwood Meadows Condos
Historic Bostwick Homestead
Hyalite View Estates
Middle Creek Subdivision
Mount Ellis Meadows
Mountain View Sub Phase 7
Mystic Heights Subdivision
North Ridge Ranch
Pine Buttes Trail
Riverside Manor Subdivision
Rocky Mountain Road
Saddle Peak Ranch
South Towne Square
Spring Hill Park
Spring Meadows Subdivision
Summer Ridge Subdivision
The Legends at Bridger Creek
Trail Creek Area
Triple Tree Ranch
Urban Villa at Cattail Creek
Valley Unit Addition
West College Park
West Glen Subdivision
Wylie Creek Ranch
Wylie Creek Sub
Bozeman Homeowner Associations (HOA)
Bozeman Creek Association is divided into 5 districts and extends from the intersection of the Gallagator Trail and South Church south along Church to Kagy Boulevard, west along Kagy to South Black Street, north on South Black to Mason Avenue, across Mason and through the Langhor Gardens to the Gallagator Trail, north on the Trail to the point of origin.
Cascade Association is the area of Bozeman streets that run from Durston to Babcock and then from Ferguson Avenue to Fowler and will continue as Fowler is extended.
Marwyn-Lindley is a small neighborhood on the nothside of Downtown Bozeman and is situated adjacent to Lindley Center and just east of Lindley Park. Marwyn-Lindley consists of 65 single-family homes of both new and long-time residents.
Bozeman residents know New Hyalite View, located on the east side of Highland Boulevard, as the neighborhood with the “tree streets.” This old Bozeman neighborhood is one of Bozeman’s earliest subdivisions, featuring finger parks, a trail system, and streets lined with mature trees.
Northeast Neighborhood just north of Downtown Bozeman is known for an eclectic mix of people, houses, and Bozeman businesses. North Grand (west), East Main (south), North Broadway (east), East Oak/I-90 (north).
South Central Association of Neighbors is situated in the heart Bozeman’s historic area. SCAN boundaries extend, north to south, from Main Street to Hayes Street and from east to west, 3rd Avenue to South Black Avenue (both sides of the streets). These streets comprise the boundaries and situated in the center is the Story Mansion, a Bozeman landmark.
Southeast Neighborhood Association is characterized by quiet streets and deep setbacks. The neighborhood is bounded on the north by Kagy Boulevard, on the west by South Third Avenue, and on the east and south by Spring Creek Drive. This neighborhood footprint includes Hill Street, South Tracy Avenue south of Kagy Boulevard, Highland Court, Circle Drive, Spring Creek Drive and Westridge Drive east of South Third Avenue.