This is a rare historic home which has been lovingly restored, in Bozeman's south side near Montana State University. This captivating home was designed by Bozeman’s historic architect Fred Willson and built in 1916. It features five bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms, which adds to its spaciousness and potential for accommodating a larger household. The style and design showcase characteristics such as intricate woodwork, high ceilings, and original fixtures or details that have been well-maintained or restored over the years. While maintaining its historic charm, this home has been thoughtfully updated to meet today's standards. The wiring and plumbing systems have been meticulously upgraded, ensuring compliance with current codes. These updates provide peace of mind, knowing that the home combines the allure of history with the comfort and safety of modern living. The expansive lot on which this property stands is a rare find. It offers vast outdoor space, allowing for various possibilities such as landscaping, gardening, or even the addition of additional structures, subject to local regulations. The large lot ensures privacy and creates a peaceful oasis in the heart of Bozeman.
Listing Agent: Joe Kolwyck
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