Close to abundant recreational opportunities and scenic views, Bozeman is prime realty for those looking to build a vacation home. Whether you’re looking for a part-time retirement home or just a place for summer getaways, here are some of the best neighborhoods for building your dream home in Bozeman.
1. Cattail Creek
Construction of new homes is increasing in Bozeman, and one of those new places you can build your vacation home is in Cattail Creek. Located between East Valley Center Road and East Division Lane, this neighborhood has a wide variety of homes including condos, single-family homes, and town-homes.
First-time home-buyers can find a property that is within their budget as condos sell at a low price of $170,000. Despite lots of construction going on, the trail that meanders through the neighborhood and around the ponds creates a relaxing atmosphere. This subdivision is close to the city center, and there’s also a playground and basketball court for family members who want to keep active.
2. Green Hills
Located between Cottonwood and 19th Avenue; Green Hills has luxurious homesteads that stand out thanks to the authentic western architecture. Even though it’s the newest area in Bozeman, it has about 70 home sites with modern amenities and is close to other neighborhoods such as Mystic Hills. From the diversity of the outdoors where you can hike, go skiing, biking or enjoy the serene nature, this area is always bursting with a ton of fun activities.
With ample open space and green scenery, living in Green Hills gives you access to golfing in Big Sky. Enjoy dining in the variety of restaurants that offer delicious cuisines to suit every palate and family. The great amenities and outdoor activities which are within driving and walking distance make this neighborhood a lucrative investment.
3. Sundance Springs
Situated south of downtown Bozeman, Sundance springs boasts of luxurious condos and plenty of outdoor activities. This visually appealing neighborhood has a planned development of about 180 home sites that have easy access into town.
While the style of the homes in this neighborhood varies, expect everything from bungalow styles to traditional two-story homes. It’s easy to access to numerous area attractions. If you love bird watching in any season, then Sundance Springs has a variety of habitats with numerous species.
4. Triple tree
Triple Tree is a subdivision that has an extensive trail system and open space with 100 one- to three-acre home sites. You can easily find this neighborhood as it’s a 10 minutes’ drive from town and borders the forest on the south side.
Triple Tree is popular because the houses have a variety of styles to suit every homeowner’s taste. There’s plenty of land for sale if you wish to build vacation houses with attractive mountain views.