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This peaceful brick house in the Bon Ton Historic District was built in 1908 by Bozeman's original brickyard owner and Gallatin County surveyor, Fred Brown.
It is a walker's paradise in a perfect location -- just a block away from the famed Story Mansion, five blocks from the MSU campus, six blocks to the Emerson Center for the Arts, and eight blocks to downtown Bozeman. Southside Park, Longfellow & Irving Elementary schools, the public pool, the public library, and entry points to the city's extensive network of trails are all in close walking distance.
With 2,117 square feet of living space, this home has an open concept and yet all original turn-of-the-century features remain intact. The light-filled living room opens into the dining room, which connects to the cozy den. The sunny kitchen has a wall of windows looking out onto a charming back yard with apple trees and rose bushes. The wide front porch is framed by lilac bushes and faces a street of lovely historic homes. The second floor rooms and balcony offer peak-a-boo views of the Gallatin Mountains.
With a creative atmosphere and vintage Montana decor, the house is ideal for researchers on sabbatical; visiting artists & museum professionals; those who need convenient lodging while getting to know Bozeman or house hunting; graduate students; or families visiting long-term in Gallatin County.
Features: 3 bedrooms, plus bonus room (finished attic that sleeps 2+); 2 baths; first-floor laundry room; front porch, back deck, & 2nd-floor balcony; parking space and garage in back of home; street parking with city permit; office nooks in 2 bedrooms; linens provided.
Laundry (wash/dryer provided)
Single detached Garage
Close to Trails, Parks, Downtown and the College
Pets Accepted. Dogs Allowed. Call for service animal policy.
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