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1115 Idaho Street B, Belgrade, Montana 59714

1115 Idaho Street B, Belgrade, Montana 59714

This townhouse has plenty of room with 3 nice size bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms. Enjoy the low HOA dues with a great location in Belgrade. Don't miss out on this little gem.

144 Higain Trail, Bozeman, Montana 59718

144 Higain Trail, Bozeman, Montana 59718

Beautiful Middle Creek Parklands home backing to MSU agriculture land! This home is built by Mountain High Homes and has an open concept living room and kitchen. Five bedrooms or 4 bedrooms and an office. Second floor master suite with large family room across the hall.

98 Sage Bloom D, Bozeman, Montana 59718

98 Sage Bloom D, Bozeman, Montana 59718

Beautifully upgraded condo in 4 Corners! Hardwood floors continue throughout the first level including the master bedroom. New white and grey quartz countertops in the kitchen. Two extra bedrooms upstairs that share a bathroom. The bedrooms upstairs have amazing mountain views! Private fenced in patio to enjoy warmer nights and to let your dog roam! End unit with open space to the south.

13920 Theisen Road, Belgrade, Montana 59714

13920 Theisen Road, Belgrade, Montana 59714


1405 W Story Street, Bozeman, Montana 59715

1405 W Story Street, Bozeman, Montana 59715

Tremendous potential offered at this superbly located home on West Story. The home is set up with two seperate entrances and could easily be converted to a duplex. This property resides on a large corner lot and offers 4 spacious bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, living room, an open Kitchen and a detached 1 car garage. The home is very close to MSU campus and Downtown Bozeman.
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    Billings Emerging Housing Market

    Billings ranked No. 4 on and the Wall Street Journal’s latest Emerging Housing Markets index. They looked at metrics for housing market, economic vitality, and quality of life to come up with the list of cities that have great lifestyle amenities and are also expected to see home prices go up. Billings is the largest city in Montana and has a much different vibe than Bozeman. It’s a proud, hard-working town that serves as an important hub for agricultural activity (sugar beets, grain and livestock) and the energy industry (natural gas, oil and coal). What to Know About Billings,…
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    How healthy is living in Bozeman?

    How Healthy Is Living in Bozeman?

    Bozeman is a town that is dedicated to a healthy lifestyle, which may explain why we saw a huge influx of out-of-town buyers in 2020. Many people came for healthier air and water, open spaces, easy commuting and incredible outdoor amenities. How Healthy Is Living in Bozeman? Population: 49,831 (estimate by U.S. Census Bureau) Average commute: 14.6 minutes Water: 100% Bozeman’s municipal water comes from National Forest land—80% from Hyalite and Bozeman Creeks and 20% from Lyman Creek in the Bridger Range. The city’s 2020 Water Quality Report reports that Bozeman’s drinking water meets, or exceeds, all established federal and…
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    What is Dillon Montana like?

    What Is Dillon Montana Like?

    What Is Dillon Montana Like? Dillon offers a true Montana experience with plenty of outdoor recreation and small-town charm. Dillon is the county head for Beaverhead County, the largest in Montana. The county includes 5,551 square miles of diverse geography, including 30 square miles of waterway, which attracts hunters and anglers from all over the world to Dillon and surrounding areas. The entire county is home to less than 10,000 residents, which makes Dillon a great place if you’re looking for space and quiet living. Dillon, Montana Stats Distance from Bozeman: 115 miles Population: 4,369 Climate: Dry and cold. Average…
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    What Are the Private and Independent Schools in Bozeman?

    What are the private and independent schools in Bozeman? There are plenty of options when it comes to private and independent schools in Bozeman. How does your child like to learn? Do they need structure? Are they better suited for independent learning? Do they respond to an exploratory, experiential education model? Every child is unique. Luckily, Bozeman has a few great choices for families. Christian-Based Schools Petra Academy An accredited member of the Association of Classical and Christian Schools (ACCS). Petra has an impressive 20-acre campus that houses 180 students, Pre-K-12. This highly structured and academically rigorous school follows a…
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    What is weather in Bozeman?

    What Is the Weather in Bozeman?

    What is the Weather in Bozeman? The weather in Bozeman is some of the best in Montana, with lots of sunshine, few windy days, and plenty of snow! But there’s a caveat about the weather in Montana: If you don’t like it, wait 20 minutes. Let’s take a look at the weather in Bozeman based on the best seasons for what you want to do. Weather Highlights Summer High: the July high is around 84 degrees Winter Low: the January low is 13 Rain: averages 17 inches of rain a year Snow: averages 63 inches of snow a year (Source:…
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    Summer Programs for Kids in Bozeman

    Looking for active and engaging summer programs for kids in Bozeman? Here are some of the most popular and fun summer programs for kids of all ages. And many of them offer full-day camps, which is great for working parents. Many 2021 summer programs have opened up for registration, so be sure to make your plans early. Summer Programs for Kids in Bozeman Jurassic Lab (Ages 3-8; 2nd through 6th grades) Camps run from the beginning of June to the end of August. They are conveniently blocked out in four-day increments and offer early drop-0ff and late pick-up. The camps…
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