The Communities at Branson Creek

100 Branson Creek Boulevard, Hollister, Missouri   65672



 A Breathtaking Setting and Elegant New Duplexes and Single Family Homes, Targeting All Ages, Bring Retirees to Missouri's Ozark Mountains

Branson, Missouri is known as a hotbed of country music.  It is also a town that attracts a lot of retirees (nearly half the population is age 45 or better), and some of them come to live at the Communities at Branson Creek, a large, master-planned development spread across 7,500 acres just south of town in the verdant Ozark Mountains.  This community has several distinct neighborhoods and attracts singles and families as well as retirees.



The Villas, designed to have the feel of a Tuscan village, are poised on top of a ridge and have beautiful, panoramic views of the surrounding hills.  Each unit has a 2-car garage, roughly 1,600 sq. ft., two master bedrooms (with fireplaces), a loft, two baths, stone or stucco exteriors, 9-ft. ceilings, tile or hardwood floors, granite countertops and cedar decks.    The Bluffs come with a choice of exteriors, three to four bedrooms, two baths, 1,555 sq. ft. to 1,828 sq. ft., a designer kitchen, a soaker tub, 10-ft. ceilings, a covered deck, a 2-car garage, hardwood or tile floors and a fully landscaped lawn.  Visit for more information.

Buyers find amenities and an ambiance often reserved for more expensive communities.  The annual HOA fees allow access to two world-class golf courses (each has a dress code in place), a small (20-acre) lake with a full-service private marina (boat slips are for lease to owners on a first-come, first-served basis) and two large, very appealing new clubhouses with expansive views.  Branson Creek also has a rental program for owners that do not want to spend all year at Branson Creek.

Of the two golf courses, Branson Creek Golf Club is an 18-hole beauty that was designed by architect Tom Fazio and has been named by Golf Digest as the "#1 Public Golf Course in Missouri" and ranked #66 on the Top 100 list of "The Greatest Public Courses in America" by GOLF Magazine.  The Murder Rock Golf and Country Club is the newest course and is an 18-hole treat with a spectacular setting.  

This community is a quiet place not far from a very lively and entertaining town.  Branson has 52 live-performance theaters, a dozen museums, twelve golf courses, three lakes, an outdoor, lakefront shopping mall with more than 100 stores and a planned $250 million dollar European-themed development that will feature an indoor water park, an aquarium and themed restaurants and shopping.  

The primary health care facility is 165-bed, non-profit Skaggs Community Health Center; another three hospitals are within 30 minutes.   It should be noted that Branson has a high crime rate, but the vast majority of crimes are thefts, which is not surprising considering the number of tourists that come to town year-round



The climate in this part of the country has summer temperatures in the 80s with an average of 70% humidity.  Winter temperatures range from the 20s to the 40s.   The area receives 4 inches of precipitation per month on average, some of which is snow.  

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