Bozeman is an upbeat city in the southern area of Montana. Situated within the great mountains and forests of the state, about one and a half hours north of Yellowstone National Park, Bozeman has seen incredible interest and growth over the past few years. The city, with a population of about 55,000 people, is recognized for its rich history, ample job opportunities, new developments and subdivisions, and outdoor recreation. View active Bozeman listings below, or contact Tamara Williams and Company to start your home search.

Downtown Bozeman and Hotel Baxter at street level in Bozeman, MT. Photo by Charles Moll on Unsplash

Bozeman Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $1.4M
Lowest Price $1
Highest Price $33M
Total Listings 931
Avg. Days On Market 128
Avg. Price/SQFT $482

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Over the past decade, Bozeman is a city that has seen a lot of development and expansion, but has also retained its historic charm. Its Downtown area has a charming atmosphere, combining the old and the new, while the areas just outside of the city are welcoming exciting new subdivisions

Real estate in Bozeman can be difficult to define, as it encompasses a wide range of property types and styles. However, as the city has grown in popularity, home prices have steadily risen, and a good portion of the available listings on the market fall into the luxury price bracket. Despite this, Bozeman attracts a number of different homebuyers, including retirees, growing families, and professionals. The real estate market offers a diverse selection of listings, from gorgeous townhomes and condos, to horse ranches with substantial acreage—and everything in between.

New subdivisions in the Bozeman area are a major draw for those looking for their first home in the city. Homes for sale in these neighborhoods typically have a set architectural style, the most popular being the modern/Scandinavian farmhouse. With luxurious finishes and ample square footage, these properties make for excellent family homes, although the do require a commute (sometimes as insignificant as 15 minutes) to the downtown core. Homes for sale in Bozeman, whether in a new neighborhood or an established one, make for excellent options for growing families.

As an alternative, the center of Bozeman is home to a number of desirable, historic neighborhoods. Architectural styles range from Queen Anne to Colonial Revival, with construction dates as far back as the 1870s. Expertly maintained, these homes are incredibly desirable, not only for their historic charm, but because of the amenities that these established neighborhoods offer: quiet, residential areas, and a short drive (or walk) to Main Street.

Alternatively, Bozeman's real estate market also offers condos and townhomes for interested buyers. Though the primary property type in the Bozeman area is single-family homes, there are still numerous opportunities to own a condo or townhome. And, like the detached properties, these can be either historic or new builds. Refine your Bozeman home search by tailoring by property type.

Shopping, Dining, and Entertainment in Bozeman

The city of Bozeman offers a wealth of opportunities for shopping and dining. It downtown area features local and family-owned businesses, like cafés and teahouses, alongside bars, art galleries, and theaters and performance venues. For those who live in the surrounding districts, such as Lindley Place or South Tracy, the amenities of the city are just a short drive (or walk) away. Additionally, Bozeman has a range of brunch spots, coffee shops, and bars with unique cocktails to choose from, which are a favorite of locals in the city.

Beyond Main Street, Bozeman is recognized for its parks and trails, as well as museums and points of interest. Highlights include the Montana Science Center, the Museum of the Rockies, Valley View Golf Club, Peets Hill/Burke Park, and so much more. While the city has ample shops and stores, the Gallatin County Mall (located in the west end) is a popular destination for all of the options (i.e. big box stores and chains) that it has.

Bozeman also has a number of notable buildings and landmarks. These include The Baxter (a historic hotel and event venue), Rialto (a live music venue), and the Montana State University Campus, which is found in the southern end of the city. 

Community and Lifestyle in Bozeman

With a diverse selection of properties, Bozeman suits a variety of different homebuyers. Its downtown is a great choice for young professionals, while its new subdivisions which sprawl outwards are perfect for raising a family. 

Bozeman hosts a variety of events and festivals throughout the year. These include (but are not limited to!) the Big Sky State Fair, the Sweet Pea Festival, the Summer SLAM Festival, and the weekly Gallatin Valley Farmers' Market.

There is also so much to see and do in and around the city, all year round. From huckleberry picking to outdoor winter adventures, Bozeman offers so much for every lifestyle. Popular year-round activities include hiking, skiing, and horseback riding. The city is recognized for its job opportunities, specifically in the sectors of tech, education, and medicine.

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