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Livingston, Montana, is known for its eclectic population. Cowboys, artists, chefs, writers, outdoor enthusiasts, and entrepreneurs all call this little town "home."  What was once a railroad town and a gateway town to Yellowstone National Park is now a hip mix of food, shopping, and entertainment tucked at the base of what is aptly called Paradise Valley.

If you are planning to shop, allocate more time than you think you will need. The retail scene is incredible, with new stores popping up all the time. Livingston is known for having many artists and writers as residents, so galleries and bookstores have always been plentiful. Now, niche stores like The Kitchen Shop, with all kinds of kitchen necessities (or not), draw you back more than once in…

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It hasn’t taken long for Livingston to go from quietly flying under the radar, to becoming one of Montana’s sought-after places to live. The interest is understandable. The town itself is an eclectic mix of retail shops, bookstores, art galleries, western wear, and outdoor gear. In other words, there’s something for everyone.

The Yellowstone River flows right through town, and Paradise Valley is home to some spectacular hiking, camping, hot springs, and of course, the north entrance to Yellowstone National Park.

It’s a seller’s market right now, meaning, there are more people looking for homes than are available. There are currently 128 homes on the market, ranging from $65.9K to $25M. In March 2021, the median list price was $409K, trending…

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For a small town, Livingston packs a big punch. This former railroad town is full of amazing restaurants, like Campione, or the Rib and Chop House. Boutiques such as Boheme Apotheca and High Trash Boutique, galleries like Parks Reece Gallery, and three bookstores. With a population of 7,784, that’s saying something! Almost everything is within walking distance of downtown Livingston. Plus, they have two breweries and Sacajawea City Park, which runs along the Yellowstone River.

Livingston is a bit more laid back than Bozeman. People still linger over coffee and spend time chatting with friends they see on the street. Travel time is nothing, morning commutes average less than 20 minutes, and overall, it’s more affordable than Bozeman. The median…

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