Why Move to Montana?

Why Move to Montana?

Lifestyle Article By Brent Jordan Why move to Montana? Well certainly one of the biggest reasons is the people and the culture. Montanans are a down-to-earth, independent, and gracious group of Americans. Although being the 4th largest state in the union in terms of square miles, its population just recently

This Old New House

Design Article By Suzy Barnett   Clearly, my passion is decorating and design.  I love new homes. I love the smell of fresh paint, sparkling clean windows, new shiny appliances. BUT, my favorite décor is making new, look old. You might say, “why would you want to make the new

Cactus Records Bozeman

Moving On.. While downtown has evolved, or changed beyond recognition, dependent on personal perspective, one Main Street institution has endured.  Cactus Records has defiantly remained woven in the fabric of the Bozeman community despite, or perhaps partly because of, numerous seemingly existential threats.  Now however, after over 50 years of

The Best Of Bozeman Downtown Real Estate

The Best of Bozeman is a weekly updated “Top Ten” list of properties currently available for sale in the historic streets to the north and south of downtown. The prime real estate offerings featured here have been selected by using a proprietary formula that attributes weighting to numerous factors, including:

5 Small Towns in Montana You Should Know About

The meteoric rise of  towns such as Bozeman and Kalispell inevitably produce speculation of other Real Estate growth areas that remain less well known.  The following looks at some worthy of consideration. Livingston & Paradise Valley – Park County Median Home $344,000 (Single Family Home) OK, it might be pushing

Snowmobiling in Southern Colorado – The Ultimate Experience

If your idea of a great time involves fast machines roaring through heaps of snow, check out the 255 miles of groomed trails in the South Fork, CO area, with innumerable off-trail opportunities on wide-open ridges, rolling parks and steep climbs. Access to some of Colorado’s most scenic wintertime vistas

Wolf Creek Ski Area: The Most Snow in Colorado

18 miles from South Fork 1600 acres of terrain 7 chair lifts 77 skiable trails 1604 ft vertical drop 465+ inches snowfall Wolf Creek boasts epic snowfall, generally 465+ inches of the fluffy white stuff each year, more than any other ski resort in Colorado. Snow is so prolific here

Teslow group raises more than 60k to save Livingston landmark

Save the Teslow, a local group that was formed to try and prevent the demolition of Livingston’s historic Teslow grain elevator, has raised the funds needed to purchase the building. They said it is enough to also cover the costs incurred by the contractors who have put work into the

South Fork – First Continental Divide Trail Community in CO

SOUTH FORK, CO is designated as the first Continental Divide Trail Community in Colorado. The Continental Divide Trail Community designation is a program of the Continental Divide Trail (CDT) coalition and seeks to benefit the communities along the trail. Town, cities, and communities along the trail are considered to be

Why Buy Property in Montana?

Why Move to Montana? Why move to Montana? There are many great reasons to make the “Big Sky Country” your home! Let’s learn about some the attributes of the state. The cities in Montana are distinct, Livingston is the original gateway city to Yellowstone Park and boast a vibrant outdoor