• Bozeman Neighborhoods

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    Bozeman attracts a wide variety of people with diverse interests and distinct goals. Some might be starting a career, others a family. Some might be looking for great skiing or new favorite fishing spot. Some plan on staying for life, others, for just a few years.

    Bozeman's neighborhoods reflect its people, offering a wide variety of options, price points, amenities and regulations. At Hart Real Estate Solutions, our goal is to help you find a home and neighborhood that reflects you.

    Are you looking to purchase for investment? Or to grow your family? Perhaps you are downsizing or maybe even want to run a home business?

    Our neighborhood pages will go over all the information you wish you had known before you moved into your new Bozeman area home.

    Note: Estimates are approximate. To see a full list of active homes in the neighborhood, click each individual neighborhood below.


    0 - $300,000 Neighborhoods (Properties under 300k in Bozeman)

    Norton Ranch Subdivision Information

    Gallatin Heights Subdivision Information

    $300,000 to $600,000 Neighborhoods (Properties between 300k and 600k in Bozeman)

    Valley West Subdivision Information


    $600,000+ Neighborhoods (Luxury Properties in Bozeman)

    Sundance Springs Information

    Black Bull Neighborhood and Golf Course Information

    Hyalite Foothills Subdivision Information
    Neighborhood Guides

    Belgrade

    Belgrade, Montana was established in 1881 as a farming and ranching community, just outside of Bozeman, Montana. Still holding on to its farming and ranching origins, Belgrade’s population was 7,389 p ...

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    Big Sky

    Big Sky’s name says it all: big mountains, big resorts, big celebrities, and most of all, big living. Neighbors to America’s vast and beautiful national forests, this small town blends wildlife and ou ...

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    Bozeman

    Founded by John Bozeman in approximately 1864, Bozeman, Montana took form in the midst of United States western expansion. Its western feel, coupled with its outdoorsy roots gives Bozeman a unique cul ...

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    Livingston

    Livingston offers a blissful landscape with a number of outdoor activities. Resting on the banks of the Yellowstone River, and centered between three towering mountain ranges (the Bridger, Crazy, and ...

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