Home seekers in the Gallatin Valley will enjoy the many different neighborhoods to choose from here, as well as the variety of houses, condos and townhomes available. Depending on where you settle, you could be right downtown, next to a popular community park or near top-rated schools.
We hope that our website's community information will help you to choose between the many wonderful areas; each has a lot to offer the home buyer.
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Located 10 miles from Bozeman, Belgrade is a thriving community with strong ties throughout Gallatin County. Founded in 1882, has evolved into a town center offering great Belgrade Real Estate opportunities, a family friendly environment, good schools, and lots of recreational options. While many of the 10,000 residents work in and around Bozeman, they are huge fans of their local sports teams, their town and Belgrade businesses.
The nearly 3000 full time residents of Big Sky enjoys some of America’s most majestic scenery and great skiing. Initially developed by NBC News anchor and Montana native Chet Huntley, the resort has more interconnected ski area than any other U.S. location, and the number of great fly fishing spots is unsurpassed.
Bordered by the Yellowstone and Boulder rivers, Big Timber is literally where the Montana plains meet the Rockies. The nearly 1800 residents enjoy spectacular scenery and an incomparable lifestyle. The Absorka-Beartooth mountains are south of town and the Crazy mountains are to the north.
Home to Montana State University, a nationally recognized symphony, first-rate hospital and medical facility, and countless world-class athletes. Bozeman, MT is surrounded by pristine mountain peaks of several unique mountain ranges. Bozeman has transitioned from a quiet "cowboy town" into a hip destination city in the Northern Rockies. The city boasts a lifestyle that focuses on recreation, education, and culture, without losing sight of where it started.
The Churchill-Amsterdam location truly is the bread basket of Gallatin County. Steeped in history and heritage, the area boasts rolling fields of hay and grain, dairy farms. It's a close-knit community that is focused on family, friends and enjoying the quiet lifestyle afforded by this rural environment. The close proximity to Bozeman and Big Sky allows the residents to fully enjoy all aspects of this region, including the natural beauty, abundance of recreation, MSU and the opportunity to buy e
Named for the Clydesdale horses once raised here, this town of nearly 400 is one of Montana's hidden gems. The Clyde Park community has vast amounts of ranch land, located about 7 miles from Livingston and 20 miles from Bozeman, offers great hunting and fishing as well as a quiet lifestyle. Home to the Shields Valley High School, with a teacher-student ratio of about 1to 9, the town promotes family and outdoor enjoyment. Come and visit. You'll want to talk to us about staying.
Located nearly midway between Livingston and Yellowstone National Park, Emigrant is an area that is an ideal spot for the outdoor enthusiasts. The un-incorporated town lays between the Gallatin and Beartooth mountain ranges and is intersected by the premier fly fishing waters of the Yellowstone River. The nearly 400 residents are treated almost daily to the wonderful setting that only Mother Nature can provide. Visit and you will quickly discover the appeal of this region that is so closely tied
Ennis- Incorporated in 1956, is a town of nearly 1000 residents located in the fertile Madison Valley. Boasting prime fishing and hunting, Ennis offers a unique blend of authentic west charm and great recreation. A center for various farming activities, including cattle and grain crops, the town is proud of its heritage and enjoys many annual events celebrating its heritage. Whether one is drawn by nearby Yellowstone, Bozeman, or Big Sky, fun and pleasure abound. The annual July 4th parade and
Sited between the conveniences of Bozeman and the skiing in Big Sky, Gallatin Gateway is a reminder that seasoned Montana does indeed blend well with the expansion of the nearby areas. Gateway's population of nearly 5000 takes full advantage of the surrounding growth without sacrificing its character. Commercial and retail development share a friendly co-existence with the agricultural base that has long been the lifeblood of this area.
Little Harrison boasts a big appeal. Farming, hunting, fishing is what keeps the nearly 200 residents busy. Nearby Harrison Lake and the Tobacco Root Mountains provide lots of activities. And for that occasional necessary break from the peace and serenity, Bozeman and Montana State University offers big city diversion in a small town environment. Travel is easy, fishing is great and the tranquility is uninterrupted. Sound appealing? Let us show you.
Livingston's formula for living (take a little bit of art, add in some rodeo, divide by the Yellowstone River, and multiply by 3 mountain ranges guarantees an A+ lifestyle. Located about 55 miles from the North entrance to Yellowstone National Park, this town of 7000 residents offers the appeal of small town living with many of the benefits of city life.
Settled in the 1880's, Manhattan is an agricultural center of Gallatin County. This town of nearly 1400 residents boasts a warm friendly environment, a strong sense of community, a vibrant downtown and much more. Part of Montana's "banana belt", Manhattan's weather is quite moderate, it's fishing good, and work ethic strong. Manhattan offers some great values compared to the Bozeman market and you can even get a great steak at the well known Sir Scott's Oasis.
Three Forks' nearly two thousand citizens enjoy a life style centered on farming, abundant recreational oportunities, hunting, natural beauty and small town friendliness afforded by this historic community located between Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks, and about 30 miles from Bozeman.
In 1805, Lewis and Clark happened upon what would become Whitehall. Sited between the Tobacco Root and Highland mountain ranges, this Jefferson Valley town has 1200 residents, is intersected by the fine fishing waters of the Jefferson river and is home to the Deerlodge National Forrest. The area boasts fine farmland, great fossill and crystal hunting, the opportunity to explore old mines and is where the large gold nugget on display in the Butte Mining Museum was found.
Located in Park County's picturesque Shields Valley, Wilsall is home to the annual Ranch Rodeo. Surrounded by farms and grazing land, this town of about 250 enjoys a lifestyle focused on the simpler, quiet things many have forgotten. Truly a beautiful area, Wilsall offers hunting and fishing, tranquility and a pace of life enjoyed by the lucky few and envied by most. Contact one of our experienced agents at 1-406-587-8832 or firstname.lastname@example.org to help you explore this beautiful area wit