Bozeman - North West Neighborhoods
Select a neighborhood below for more information.The Crossing Harvest Creek Brentwood Baxter Meadows Baxter Meadows West Cattail Creek Valley West Laurel Glen Oak Springs West Winds
This subdivision is surrounded by trails and the 100-Acre Regional Park, making its location tough to beat! With access from Davis and Baxter Lane you can get anywhere easily. The Crossing features single family homes, mountain views and is in close proximity to shopping and restaurants.
There is a home owners association, HOA dues and design guidelines for The Crossing.
Harvest Creek is a desirable neighborhood on the northwest side of Bozeman with walking trails, two open-space parks, a playground, basketball court and fantastic views of the Bridger Mountain range. The 100-acre Regional Park is within walking distance.
With direct access to Oak Street or Durston Road, this neighborhood offers quick access to stores and restaurants. The Streamline bus stops throughout the Harvest Creek neighborhood making it easy to access public transportation.
Due to architectural guidelines, the homes in Harvest Creek are single family craftsman-style. The yards are all well-kept with attractive landscaping and uncluttered streets. Harvest Creek has a HOA with $60/quarter dues as well as protective covenants which are enforced through the HOA.
Brentwood is an established northwest Bozeman neighborhood. It is one of the few Bozeman neighborhoods in this area with only single family homes.
Brentwood sits right off of Oak Street and is within walking distance to North 19th allowing for easy access to shopping and restaurants. Several schools are nearby, and Emily Dickenson Elementary School sits adjacent to the subdivision.
There is a Homeowners Association, covenants and HOA dues for the Brentwood Subdivision.
Baxter Meadows is a neighborhood on the northwest side of Bozeman near the 100-acre Regional Park. There are single family as well as multi-family homes available in this subdivision, all on nice size lots. There are nearby trails, a playground and beautiful Bridger Mountain views. Chief Joseph Middle School adjoins the neighborhood and there are other elementary schools within close proximity.
Baxter Meadows is right off Baxter Lane so you can easily get to 19th Ave and Oak Street. This gives you direct access to shopping, restaurants and more.
There is a 7-member board that makes up the Home Owners Association for Baxter Meadows as well as monthly HOA dues. There are design guidelines plus fence and landscaping guidelines to ensure cohesive aesthetics throughout the neighborhood.
Baxter Meadows West
Baxter Meadows West is a subdivision made up of single family homes that sits next to Bozeman subdivision Baxter Meadows. Baxter Meadows West prides itself on architecturally unique homes and large lots of land (up to 18,735 SF) that make up this subdivision.
The location of Baxter Meadows West can't be beat. Located close enough to town for easy access to stores and restaurants, yet far enough away from the hustle and bustle of busy streets giving the feeling of rural tranquility. Chief Joseph Middle School adjoins the neighborhood along with other elementary schools in close proximity.
The Bridger mountain views from this Bozeman subdivision are stunning. There is a 10-acre community park in the neighborhood which is linked to a trail that leads right to the 100-acre Regional Park. Recently Baxter Meadows West had over 200 mature trees planted throughout the neighborhood.
There is an active Home Owners Association along with design, fencing and landscaping guidelines. There are monthly HOA dues.
Cattail Creek subdivision in Bozeman boasts a broad spectrum of living options from condominiums to single family residences. A trail meanders through the neighborhood, past the ponds, basketball court and a park with a children’s playground.
Cattail Creek is in a great location behind Target and Costco shopping centers with North 19th only minutes away. I-90 is within close proximity making it easy to travel into and out of town.
Cattail Creek has an active Homeowners Association and HOA dues. There are design guidelines for building in Cattail Creek that allow for a broad range of designs in order to create a diverse and quality neighborhood.
The motto for this northwest Bozeman subdivision is “Small Town Charm. Big Sky Living.” Valley West features an array of housing options and architectural styles. Capturing the true feel of historic Bozeman neighborhoods with front porches, tree lined streets and alley entrances. Valley West is expected to have 1,630 living units ranging from condominiums, townhomes, duplexes and single family homes.
This welcoming subdivision incorporates lakes, streams, open acreage and four miles of walking and bike trails throughout the subdivision. There are beautiful covered bridges and a pavilion on the lake, perfect for family gatherings. There is a children’s playground next to one of the natural streams.
Valley West is located on the west end of Bozeman, near the Ridge Athletic Club. Ferguson is the main road leading to the subdivision with quick access to Huffine Lane and Durston Road. Two elementary schools are within minutes of the neighborhood.
Valley West has an active homeowners association with HOA dues. In order to create neighborhoods that reflect the character of the subdivision there are architectural regulations. They allow for a broad range of design while also ensuring that the homes in the subdivision have a comprehensive composition.
Bozeman’s Laurel Glen subdivision offers both single family and multi-family residences. Sitting on the west end of town, directly off of Durston Road, Laurel Glen offers a rural feel within minutes of town.
Enjoy spectacular views of the mountains along with the park and green space in the subdivision. Located close to several schools and soccer fields.
Laurel Glen has a Home Owners Association, HOA dues and covenants.
Oak Springs Subdivision is a great location across from the 100-acre Regional Park. Located between Oak Street and Durston Road, this subdivision offers easy access to shopping, restaurants and schools.
Oak Springs has a variety of home styles featuring both single family and multi-family residences. There is a trail, park and playground in the middle of the subdivision.
There is an active Home Owners Association, HOA dues and covenants.
Located directly off of Oak Street, West Winds Subdivision is in a great location with easy access to North 19th. It has both single family and multi-family residences. This subdivision is within walking distance of schools, restaurants and shopping and there is also a trail and open space within the subdivision intself.
There is a Home Owners Association and HOA dues for West Winds.