Bozeman MT Neighborhoods and Communities

Found 45 blog entries about Bozeman MT Neighborhoods and Communities.

If you hadn't noticed, here at Tamara Williams and Company, we are in a great market for making videos, especially videos about homes and about Bozeman. As we find you a new home, this is our home, and we love it. We get to see quite a bit of it, want to show off our great city, and help you explore the new and upcoming places. 

Here's a quick video about what we've seen so far! There's maybe a few views in there that you haven't seen of Bozeman too.

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Looking for a great community with easy access to trail systems and parks?

Meadow Creek Subdivision is located on the Southside of Bozeman. It is near MSU (Montana State University) and also gives great access to 19th Street to shopping and restaurants. Just a little further south of this neighborhood, you'll have quick access to hiking and biking trails south of town. 

This subdivision consists primarily of single-family homes conveniently located less than 4 miles to Downtown Bozeman. There is a soccer field nearby that comes alive during the summer season. Across the street from the soccer fields are the South Row condominiums.  There is also a kid's playground with swings, slides and open grass area for dogs to run around on the Western side of

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Are you curious where your property is NOW zoned to which Bozeman High School, Hawks vs. Gallatin High? 

Here is some information on the two high schools and what to expect in terms of boundary lines: 

  • New Bozeman High School: The new Bozeman High School, called Gallatin High School, will open its doors Fall of 2020. Check out this video from KBZK on the High School boundary lines. Note: The Bozeman School District will likely be re-evaluating High School boundary lines in the next 5-8 years. There is no yet a website active for the New High School or a mascot that has been decided on.

  • High School Locations: 
    - The original "Bozeman Hawks" High School address is downtown Bozeman at: 205 N 11th Ave, Bozeman, MT 59715
    - The New High School will be
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Attention Bozemanites! A proposal for a new subdivision, called Gran Cielo, which has been in the works since October 2017 is finally catching some momentum.

The Gran Cielo Subdivision would be located northwest of S. 27th Avenue and Graf Street and would extend over 48.754 acres. In hopes to increase affordable housing in the area, this subdivision would consist of 124 residential townhouses, three open space lots and two parks.

After National Geographic and CNN named Bozeman as one of the best places to live, we've been experiencing a spike in population. The City of Bozeman has been working hard on the local Affordable Housing Crisis and
has put together The Community Affordable Housing Advisory Board (CAHAB) which meets the 2nd Wednesday of

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If you are looking to buy a home in the next few years, it is important to consider the changing School District information for Bozeman as it opens it's newest High School.

Bozeman Westslope High School is currently being constructed and is slated to be completed in the fall of 2020. Recently, the high school boundary lines have officially been decided (though always check with Bozeman School District to verify for a specific property in question). Listed below are subdivisions surrounding the Bozeman Westslope High School.

SUBDIVISIONS NEAR BOZEMAN WESTSLOPE HIGH SCHOOL:
Always check with Bozeman School District to verify for a specific property in question.

Baxter Meadows + Baxter Meadows West
Baxter Meadows - Baxter Meadows subdivision is

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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.  

(Note: This map does not encompass all of the subdivisions in Bozeman. There are hundreds of neighborhoods/subdivisions in just Bozeman alone.)

Downtown Bozeman 
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

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Historic Bozeman Homes with Character

Love viewing historic homes that hit the market? You've come to the right spot. *This list will update with new listings that hit the market in downtown Bozeman. Interested seeing one of these Downtown homes in person?

Simply contact Realtor, Marisa Owen at (925) 785-2596 or email me at Marisa@BuyBozemanHomes.com. Happy Home Shopping! 

 

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 There are an incredible amount of businesses popping up in the Cannery District! Here is the complete list of businesses that you should go check out. 

Cannery District Address: 113 E. Oak Street, Bozeman, MT

Amelia Anne Photography

Architecture 118

Carney Logan Burke

Casting For Recovery

Charlotte & Co. Real Estate

Classic Skin

Dean's Zesty Booch

Daily Coffee Bar

Element Law Group

Epic Athletics

406 Brewing 

Gear Wizard

GroVia

Lone Mountain (Gym) 

Lot G Cafe

Miller Architects

On X Maps

Paper and Grace

Patagonia

Pizza Campania

Planet Natural

Proper Insurance

Seven Sushi

Shore to Summit Wealth Management

Sitka Gear

Sparrow Studio

Spruce and Honey - Waxing Parlor

Studio

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Have you recently received a letter from Opticom Internet? Check out my recent video on some insider's scoop. 

I hope this video was informative if you are currently living in a neighborhood that has Opticom services. Here is the letter from Opticom sent to the Crossing Subdivision homeowners. If you have any questions about the information I have shared about Opticom and living in the Crossing Subdivision, please don't hesitate to call (406) 223-6823 or email me at Tamara@BuyBozemanHomes.com. 

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Why travel outside the U.S. on your next vacation, when you can save time and money and have the vacation of a lifetime in one of the coolest small towns in America? 

These top 25 towns offer great restaurants, fun events, museums, etc. that make any vacation (or lifestyle) great. Often times these amenities are available along with easy access to nature experiences that are tough to beat.

Across the U.S., these 25 towns all have populations under 100,000 residents, incredible views and scenery, and some of the coolest adventures for people of all ages and interests. Whether you are looking for a new hometown, a weekend getaway excursion, or a place to escape to for the week, these towns are a must see for everyone.

1. Sitka, AK


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