Originally platted to be its own town known as South Missoula, Rose Park was one of the first neighborhoods to be developed south of the river. Although close to the University and Downtown, it is best known for its “slant” streets, broad boulevards, and towering trees.
Restored craftsman-style homes and Norway maples are representative of the area. The neighborhood has grown into its own, hosting a wonderful mix of residential homes, businesses, and city parks, all while maintaining a historic, neighborhood feel. The neighborhood boasts some of Missoula’s favorite parks. In addition, the blend of homes, offices, and retail stores makes for a unique experience in the Rose Park neighborhood.
Here’s the 4-1-1 (including maps) on the Rose Park neighborhood as provided by the City of Missoula.
View the short video of the Rose Park neighborhood neighborhood provided courtesy of the Missoula Organization of Realtors(MOR).