A WALKTHROUGH OF THE NEIGHBORHOODS IN BOZEMAN
I've created this legend to direct you to most of the Bozeman subdivisions and neighborhoods in Bozeman, Montana. If you are trying to get your bearings on the area on a macro view, here is some information to help guide you. If you are looking for a home and don't know where to start, email me at Marisa@BuyBozemanHomes.com or call / text (925) 785-2596. I'd love to help you figure out what neighborhood is right for you.
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(Note: This map does not encompass all of the subdivisions in Bozeman. There are hundreds of neighborhoods/subdivisions in just Bozeman alone.)
First we have downtown Bozeman which is off of Main Street and draw approximately a 1/4 mile radius around it. Downtown Bozeman has historic homes, quaint cottages, and unique architecture on varying levels. You'll see the historic charm just driving on South Willson or on Cleveland Street by MSU. While many of these downtown homes may not be fully updated, or updated at all nor on large lots, like many towns, downtown homes tend to be more expensive. The City of Bozeman has done a wonderful job maintaining a strong, vibrant downtown that provides great restaurants, bars and shops on Main Street.
If you'd like to dig into the historic districts of Bozeman, here are a few resource links to direct you further.
Historic Districts Map
Historic Preservation Map Link
I personally like to break Bozeman into quadrants to help folks get a better picture of Bozeman.
Just north of downtown Bozeman, the north side typically includes neighborhoods that head towards the Bridger Mountains (or Bridger Bowl Ski Resort). There is less development happening than the west side of Bozeman but in recent time there are new neighborhoods like the Legends at Bridger Creek, Creekwood Subdivision, and the Headlands subdivision. The farther north you head, there are bigger parcels and open scenery to enjoy on your drive to the mountains.
Southside Bozeman I consider the territory to be south of Kagy between 19th and Sourdough Road (give or take). The Southside generally tends to be a little higher priced than some West side neighborhoods because of a few factors. The Southside neighborhoods are located in close proximity to MSU, 5-10 minutes driving to downtown Bozeman and the trail systems (called the Gallagator Trail) intertwine through many neighborhoods and can even spit you out downtown depending on what area of the southside you are in. Popular southside neighborhoods include: Southbridge, Meadow Creek, Alder Creek, Sundance Springs, and many more.
This area starts basically west of 19th and Main Street. There has been a lot of development on the west side as you can see in the map above all of the neighborhoods and communities adjacent to one another. If you are looking for a new construction home or newer home, the West side will be where you want to look. Pricing varies on the west side depending on the location if near parks or schools. Popular neighborhoods include: Flanders Mill, The Crossing, the Lakes at Valley West, Valley West, Baxter Meadows, Baxter Meadows West, and so many more.
Four Corners is basically the end of Huffine and Jackrabbit where you can go south to Big Sky, North to Belgrade, or continue west to Norris and Ennis area. Homes tend to be a little more affordable with a little larger lots. There are newer homes in this area in neighborhoods like Gallatin Heights or Elk Grove subdivision (Elk Grove is one of the few subdivisions that has a community pond). North Star subdivision is also a nice community with parks, playgrounds and basketball courts. Some folks like the Four Corners area to make a commute to Belgrade or Big Sky more manageable.
The other neighborhoods that I have not mentioned in this blog can be found at this link.
If you have any questions about a subdivision either mentioned or not mentioned on this map, please feel free to email me at Marisa@BuyBozemanHomes.com or call/text at (925) 785-2596.
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