Historic Downtown Bozeman Real Estate

    Founded by John Bozeman in approximately 1864, Bozeman, Montana took form in the midst of United States western expansion. Its western feel, coupled with its outdoorsy roots gives Bozeman a unique culture that attracts people from all walks of life.

    The town has a population of approximately 46,000 people. Currently the 4th largest city in the state of Montana, Bozeman is the fastest growing city in the state with the fastest growing economy. It is also the fastest growing micropolitan area in the country. With its active community, Bozeman provides easy walking and biking routes throughout town, including wide bike lanes and consistent sidewalks. Bozeman’s vast trail system provides outdoor adventures only feet from the backyard. Whether for education, work or pleasure, Bozeman offers variety, quiet, serenity and atmosphere.

    Bozeman thrives on its university culture and technology industry. Currently, both are two of Bozeman’s largest job creators. Bozeman public schools remain some of the best in the state, if not the nation. Small class sizes, great teachers and a supportive community define most Bozeman schools.

    Known as a top outdoor activity destination, Bozeman offers premier fishing, skiing, ice climbing, hiking, snowmobiling and hunting among others. Bozeman’s main street thrives, providing entertainment and shopping day and night. Consistent community events offer family friendly fun as well.

    There are 8 historic preservation districts in Bozeman.  In addition, a conservation overlay district encompasses most of the downtown area and the historic university district.  Montana State University and Main Street provide vibrant borders to a highly walkable and liveable community.

    People continue falling in love with Bozeman. Once you visit, it will be easy to see why!