Downtown Bozeman

Known for its scenic beauty and rich history, Bozeman is a vibrant city in the very heart of the mountains. Its downtown area—centered along Main Street and stretching from 3rd Avenue to Broadway Avenue—is composed of several popular districts, including Bon Ton and Copper Park. With its unique local boutiques and restaurants, historic flair, and picturesque streets, downtown Bozeman attracts a multitude of visitors and home buyers alike.  View active Downtown Bozeman listings below, or contact Tamara Williams and Company to start your home search.

Sunset over Bozeman Public Library in Downtown Bozeman, MT

Downtown Bozeman Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $1.5M
Lowest Price $505K
Highest Price $4M
Total Listings 34
Avg. Days On Market 85
Avg. Price/SQFT $772

Property Types (active listings)

Downtown Bozeman Real Estate

 

** Please note that the buyer must verify and do their due diligence to confirm properties in Downtown Bozeman. These listings are an estimate of the geography of Downtown Bozeman and include homes in this area but are not limited to this area.

Downtown Bozeman Real Estate

Encompassing a unique mixture of old and new, Downtown Bozeman is the beating heart of the area. The real estate market is composed of both single-family homes and condos, thus suiting a variety of homebuyers. While the condos in the area have a distinct modern and often industrial style, one of the biggest draws to Downtown Bozeman is the vast collection of historic properties. 

Whether you’re searching for a home for your growing family, or perhaps a second home to settle down, Downtown Bozeman and its historic districts offer something special. Beyond the excellent amenities and gorgeous views, this area offers quiet, residential streets—despite its close proximity to the city center.

While condos in Downtown Bozeman tend to be new construction, or recently renovated, single-family homes listed on the market are typically historic. Architectural styles can vary quite a bit, with instantly-recognizable pastel exteriors of Craftsman homes being popular in this area. Other styles include Queen Anne and Colonial Revival, often found in the districts south of Main Street. A good portion of the homes for sale have construction dates between 1900 and 1900, with a number of properties built before 1904—although these are typically in and around the Main Street District. Some districts, such as the Bon Ton District, have construction dates as early as the 1880s. 

As many of these homes are historic, bungalows make up the majority of single-family properties in Downtown Bozeman. Despite this, those searching for a historic, multi-story home still do have a lot of choice. Square footage also ranges, with bungalows generally being the smaller property type. Typically, homes in this area start at around 1,300 square feet, going up to 3,000 and even 4,000 square feet—but this depends on a number of factors, including construction date, home type, and location.

In regards to home interiors, the historic homes are well-maintained by their owners. Most have retained the original features of the property, with minor updates and upkeep throughout the years. Original hardwood flooring, mature trees, and other charming features are often found in Downtown Bozeman homes, although some properties have also seen a complete, modern remodel. 

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Shopping, Dining, and Entertainment in Downtown Bozeman

Recognized for the numerous retail, dining, and entertainment opportunities, Downtown Bozeman’s charming streets are perfect for an afternoon stroll or an evening out. Residents of the many surrounding districts are just a short drive—or even walk!—way from all of the action. 

Much of the excitement is located on or just off of Main Street, which runs east to west through the center of downtown. From local businesses to international retailers, there’s the chance to pick up necessities and browse unique boutiques, all on the same block. Highlights include the Ellen Theatre, the Verge Theater, The Baxter, Bozeman Sculpture Park, Lindley Park, and the Bozeman Public Library. With art galleries, used book stores, restaurants with cuisine from all over the world, and independent clothing stores, there’s so much to discover in Downtown Bozeman.

Community and Lifestyle in Downtown Bozeman

Downtown Bozeman and its districts provide residents with the best of both worlds: the charm of the city, and the tranquility of the historic neighborhoods. As such, one of the most desirable features of a Downtown Bozeman home is its close proximity to shops, restaurants, entertainment, and more. 

Although the Montana State University campus is one of the top highlights of the area, there are also a number of other schools downtown, from elementary all the way up to high school. Children can attend one of the following: Longfellow Elementary School, Hawthorne Elementary School, Irving Elementary School, Emily Dickinson Elementary School, Whittier Elementary School, and Bozeman High School. There are also a selection of Montessori schools, preschools, and daycares. 

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