From all outward appearances, this is a special place that you might not even know about.
On the southwestern corner of Missoula, there is a hidden nneighborhood tucked behind the commercial intersection of Reserve Streetn and Highway 93. Drive up a steady draw and parking lots immediately ngive way to thick vegetation, hearty growth that comes almost up to the nroad. Every so often, through the leaves and pine needles, you’ll see a ndriveway or a mailbox. You’ll encounter a fork in the road. Take a rightn where the trees break and sunshine illuminates horse meadows and large nplots of land. You are heading into Linda Vista. Some homes are spread nout like miniature farmsteads, but there are also more densely built nneighborhoods. Views extend south into the breathtaking Bitterroot nValley. Keep moving upwards and you’ll find yourself at the Maloney nRanch. If you choose to take the left fork and head into Lower Miller nCreek, the wooded wilds persist and will lead you to Forest Service nrecreation land. Other surprises await you in this neighborhood nincluding kids’ activities, recreation, and a popular golf course. Theren is something truly special and intimate about this haven beyond the nboundaries of Missoula as you may know it. Ranch and country homes ncomplement traditional residential comforts. Neighborhood takes on a ndifferent form, yet the Missoula community is alive and well in Miller nCreek.