In the low-lying hills in southwest Missoula, you’ll discover a neighborhood just off the beaten path. Tucked away from the activity at the convergence of 39th and Reserve Streets, this area was noted in the journals of Lewis and Clark’s Corps of Discovery.
Miller Creek, a tributary of the Bitterroot River, flows along sunny hillsides in this neighborhood of large gardens and horse pastures. Higher up the sloping hill in Linda Vista, residents are even closer to the sunshine as well as the neighborhood golf course. Situated adjacent to National Forest land, the precious views in these neighborhoods are protected and peaceful.
Here’s the 4-1-1 (including maps) on the Miller Creek – Linda Vista neighborhood as provided by the City of Missoula.
View the short video of the Miller Creek – Linda Vista neighborhood provided courtesy of the Missoula Organization of Realtors(MOR).