Honoring the many pioneering men and women of the prominent Walter family who farmed my land for over a century was of utmost importance to the McCall Homes team.
My namesake derives from the first name, Anna, given at birth to many of the Walter family daughters as their "Christian" name. "Feld" translates from the German word for "field" respecting the tradition of planting seeds, growing roots, and reaping the harvest from the fields. Annafeld is literally short for "Anna's Field".
The Walter family lived on and worked this piece of land in addition to contributing to the development of the Billings community. Like many farm families, the neighbors of Annafeld will put down family roots, nurture their children, pay gratitude to the natural beauty of their surroundings, and become part of their community fabric weaving together honored traditions with newly-made memories.
Nestled between the Yellowstone River and the newly renovated Elysian K-8 School, I'm roughly twice the geographical size of my sister neighborhood, Josephine Crossing. Like her, I am a McCall Homes community which means the spaces between homes are just as important as the homes themselves. It also means that the people who live here feel safe, connected, and valued by their neighbors.
While Josephine is known for her pocket parks and access to walking and biking trails, I can boast those and more with the addition of:
NATHAN & CASSIE M.