Home Is Where the Heart IsWelcome to the heart of Montana's big sky country — one of the best places on the planet, and an amazing place to call home! Here at Trails West Billings we build new homes based on your specifications, and it all starts when you choose a floor plan.
Build Your Dream HomeTrails West new homes are quality homes built by our hand-picked teams of carpenters, electricians, etc. We have over ten home plans to choose from for every taste, style and age — ranchers, two stories, and tri-level.
Location Location LocationAt 3,126′ above sea level, Billings enjoys mild weather with low humidity and average highs of 87°F in July and 32°F in January. Average snowfall is 56″ and rainfall is 13.89″ making it the perfect spot for outdoor activities all year round. Hike the trails, ski the slopes, or go to a ball game — it’s all a short car trip away.
Find a Home
Here at Trails West our focus is on lifestyle and neighborhood.
Our exciting new home community offers more than 10 spacious floor plans from 1,270 to 2,500 square feet. We use space efficiently allowing you more choices to make the home uniquely yours, all at affordable prices.
Billings is a special place to live, work, and recreate. It connects you to warm, genuine, hardworking people who possess a perspective on life that is uniquely Montanan and inherently individual. People who look you in the eye and take time to welcome you home.
It's a place to explore the many adventures Montana has to offer and still be home in time for dinner!
Meet a Neighbor
A recent move brought Travis and Heather to the Trails West community, together with their 8-yr old son and baby. "We love Trails West for several reasons. Wholesome great people live here with a very appealing mix of younger families and retired couples. My neighbors help each other and look out for each other, it's so nice! Plus, a new school will be so close in a couple of years, and it will be a great neighborhood school area," says Heather, a school teacher. Travis agrees, "It's family friendly and kid friendly." If you see them out on the bike trail wave a warm, Hello.