The perfect basecamp for downtown Bozeman!

This Historic Bozeman mansion is a short two blocks from historic downtown Bozeman, Montana surrounded by snow capped mountains.Bozeman boasts a beautiful downtown with cafes, pizzerias, steak houses, Asian cuisine, ample bars and boutique shopping. The Historic Bozeman Mansion is located in a quiet residential neighborhood with mountain views and flanked by churches and the Emerson Cultural Center. It's unique due to the quiet surroundings but only 2 blocks from downtown, the west side near the Baxter Hotel. Designed for living, eating, and recreating comfort, the home easily accommodates families, small groups or can be a spacious getaway for a lucky few.

 

Amenities

3 double bedrooms

3 baths

Covered deck and back patio with outdoor seating

Spacious surrounding lawn

Wifi/ Big Screen smart TV with video library

Lounge area

Dining room


 

Rates

April 1- November 15
$250/Monday-Thursday nights                          $275/Friday-Sunday nights                                             *Plus a 7% MT Bed tax and $150 cleaning fee

November 15-March 31
Not available

 

Reviews

 
Amazing location, comfortable house!

“A group of friends and I rented this place to attend a wedding in Bozeman. This was the perfect house for our visit. It is very centrally located close to downtown but on a quiet residential street. The house was beautiful with amazing woodwork and historic qualities. There was plenty of space and lots of interesting rooms throughout the house. The kitchen and bathrooms were well equipped and there was plenty of sitting space both inside and outside of the house. I would recommend this house for any group or family visiting Bozeman."

— Christopher, July 2017

Great location, quiet place.

“Great location: just off main, but also on a quiet street. Best of both worlds! Beds and bedrooms were spacious but cozy; Tanya was a very nice host."

— Barbara, June 2017

 
 

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