Downtown Bozeman Historic District

The Downtown Bozeman Historic District is an ideal spot for anyone who loves to be in the heart of it all. Let history surround you while you embrace all that downtown living has to offer. The custom built homes in this area of Bozeman are typically Victorian, Vernacular or Bungalow in style and sit on tightly spaced lots. Here you will find pride in ownership and a wonderful sense of community.  


 Downtown living offers many amenities within walking distance. Nearby restaurants include cafes, quick service, family friendly and fine dining options. There are also many bars and distilleries in the area. Shopping is easy with a multitude of options from clothing, shoes, housewares, books, toys, art, jewelry and more. Groceries can be purchased at the local Co-Op and there is a hardware store for any repair or maintenance needs. Also important to the community are cultural amenities that include a public library, multiple theaters, Lindley and Bogert public parks, and the main street to the mountains trail system. 

Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $964K
Lowest Price $10
Highest Price $16.5M
Total Listings 56
Avg. Days On Market 30
Avg. Price/SQFT $353

Property Types (active listings)

Downtown Bozeman Real Estate Listings

The Downtown Bozeman Historic District area consists of single family and multi-family homes with some having been built prior to 1900. These historic homes all have unique qualities and each sub-district dictates their architectural style. See below for more information on each of the districts and what they have to offer.  

The Bon Ton District is located in the 200-1000 blocks of S. Willson Ave, S. Grand Ave, S. 3rd Ave and W. Cleveland St. Homes here were built between 1800 - 1937 in a vernacular and high architectural style.

The Cooper District consists of 250 one and two story frame homes in a diverse style of Bungalow, Queen Anne and Colonial Revival architecture. The evenly spaced homes here were built on this tree lined street between 1880 - 1930. 

The Lindley Place District is a densely packed area of cohesive homes that were built in the late 19th and early 20th century. This district is on the Eastern edge of the city’s residential grid and located near Bogert City Park and Bozeman Creek. 

The South Tracy District is a small, clearly defined residential area of bungalow style homes built from 1917 - 1930. Many homes in this district have undergone extensive renovations and modernizations and are telling of Bozeman’s early 20th century expansion. 

The North Tracy District encompasses two blocks and 28 unique and modest residences. The homes are located between Villard and Peach streets and vary in size, design and integrity. They are a significant example of vernacular architecture in Bozeman. The residences are regularly spaced along the street and include many architectural styles including 19th century and bungalow homes. 

The South Tracy/South Black District is comprised of 93 homes in a diverse style of modest Queen Anne and Bungalow style architecture. Many of the homes in this small residential area have been renovated and modernized over the years.

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