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Bozeman MT 59715, 59718
Bozeman, Montana is an amazing town with big city amenities, it is located in the Gallatin County. The community of Bozeman, MT, is a wonderful place to call home, we are in the southwestern part of the state. Home to approximately 43,400 residents, Bozeman is the fourth largest city in Montana and the principal city in the Bozeman Micropolitan Area. The town, which was named after John M. Bozeman who established the Bozeman Trail, was incorporated in 1881 and transitioned to its current form of government in 1922. Elected by the National Civic League as an All-America City in 2001, Bozeman is home to Montana State University and a long list of exceptional amenities.
The Bozeman area attracts authors, artists, and photographers who want to be inspired by nature. However, this beautiful community has more than natural beauty. It also has many cultural points of interest including an opera, symphony orchestra, ballet and theater companies. You’ll also find great shopping options in Bozeman, which include chain stores and one-of-a-kind shops and boutiques, as well as delicious dining opportunities. Downtown Bozeman offers residents the chance to be entertained at the many events and festivals it hosts each year, and because of its unique and authentic characteristics, Bozeman’s Main Street was named one the “Ten Great Streets for 2012” by The American.
Bozeman is composed of 19.15 square miles and sits at an altitude of 4,820 feet. To the north-northeast of Bozeman, you’ll find the Bridger Mountains, to the northwest, you’ll find the Big Belt Mountains and Horseshoe Hills, and to the west-south-west, you’ll find the Tobacco Root Mountains. South of Bozeman you’ll find the Hyalite Peaks of the northern Gallatin Range, and to the south-southwest, you’ll find the Spanish Peaks of the northern Madison Range. Surrounded by all of this breathtaking natural beauty, Bozeman is a great place to call home. Intersected by Interstate 90, Bozeman affords its residents easy access to other cities and is only 84 miles east of Butte, 93 miles north of Yellowstone National Park and 125 miles west of Billings. With its natural beauty, great location, long list of amenities and easy access, Bozeman is truly the total package and a great place to buy a home. Homes for Sale in Bozeman come in all shapes and sizes. While there are exceptions, typically a Bozeman home will fall within the $250,000 to $18 million price range. The cost of homes in Bozeman varies depending on the property’s size, age, condition, style, and location. If you would like to know more about the homes for sale in Bozeman, Montana, please do not hesitate to contact us today for your real estate needs and wants!