Townhome Living, Redefine at Ridgeline

June 1, 2024

written by Maria Weidich | photos by Nathan Satran

Conner Bokma and his team at CB Built are passionate about creating communities within communities. They continuously push the standard of what is widely recognized in the market, and they’re at it once again with their latest project, Ridgeline.

Spanning 65 acres on Billings’ West End, the Ridgeline community boasts premier, single, and multi-family homes and opportunities for commercial development like restaurants and retail space. “Ridgeline strives to provide the market an economically approachable, quality product on the West End of Billings,” Conner said. “The layout and spacing of the homes create an environment that feels like a community with parks, gardens, and walking trails.”

 Situated at the corner of King Avenue and 48th Street, Ridgeline is a short distance from Shiloh Crossing, a hub for retail, dining, and entertainment, making it an incredibly convenient location to live. After taking into account CB Built’s reputation for quality at an affordable price point, Conner believes Ridgeline will increase opportunities for homeownership in the area. 

Offering a sizeable footprint of nearly 2,100 square feet, ample space to entertain, luxury finishes, a walk-in closet, a dedicated laundry room, and a two-car garage, CB Built is raising the bar, and Ridgeline is redefining townhome living.

An Inviting Introduction

The large entryway of Ridgeline’s two-story duplex is welcoming and spacious, with ample room for a bench for removing shoes and a console table for keys. Make yourself at home and drift into the bright, naturally lit living area. The open floor plan liberates the space, promoting greater traffic flow and maximizing usability. 

Island Time

 Unique to most townhomes, a sizeable, walk-in pantry sits in the corner and can be concealed by a pocket door.

 The kitchen’s light wooden cabinets and similar wood flooring soften the crisp white walls and stainless-steel appliances. The eight-foot-long quartz island beckons guests to pull up a chair. Free of a sink or cooktop, the flush countertop becomes a focal point, perfect for gatherings, game nights, or a convenient place to set groceries down.

Not only does placing the kitchen sink on its own wall improve traffic flow, but Conner will agree that a kitchen sink below a window is proven to create a better experience while doing the daily dishes.

Sit Back and Relax

For a cozy place to relax and unwind, the living room’s stylish gas fireplace will surely entice guests to take a seat. The rough-sawn Douglas fir mantle stands out against the white hearth. Adjacent to the fireplace is a unique, floating tile bench perfect for curling up with a blanket and a book. Beneath the bench, natural light pours in from the square picture window above.

Upstairs Sanctuary

Follow the striking, black metal railing upstairs to a brightly lit, oversized landing suitable for a small desk or sofa. All three bedrooms and the home’s two full bathrooms are conveniently located on the upper level, providing more peace and privacy from the traffic downstairs.

The primary bedroom boasts an en-suite bathroom and a roomy walk-in closet. Possibly most desirable of all is the dedicated, upper-level laundry room, which makes the never-ending chore a bit more manageable.

Community and Convenience

With three different floor plans to choose from, Ridgeline aims to attract a broad spectrum of homeowners. Whether empty-nesters, young families, or those looking to get into the homeownership cycle to build wealth through real estate, the conveniences of Ridgeline are appealing to many.  

 In addition to the residential and green space, Ridgeline is excited to offer commercial amenities to its community in the future. “This will provide a ‘walkability’ to the subdivision to allow its residents to walk over to grab a cup of coffee or get groceries,” Conner explained. 

Communities like Ridgeline also lend a ‘lock-and-go’ lifestyle, he added. “The low maintenance living allows individuals to lock the doors in the winter and head south or go to the lake or the mountains for a long weekend and have no worries about maintaining their yards, etc.” 

Conner and his team hope the Billings community receives Ridgeline as a breath of fresh air. “A single-family attached dwelling with ample size at an affordable price point, it’s a one-of-a-kind product coming to the West End.”

Originally printed in the June 2024 issue of Simply Local Magazine

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