Home prices in Bozeman continue to soar, and a new home listing has been making waves on social media. With median home prices nearing $1 million in the city, listings such as this are expected to be much more common.

Thinking about loading up the family and moving to the great state of Montana? It will cost you. All of the amenities in Bozeman and the surrounding area come at a cost. Unfortunately, that cost is slightly out of reach for the average person. Unless you happen to be sitting on a nice little nest egg, your dreams of home ownership in Bozeman may be hard to attain.

Fixer Upper

If you spend anytime on Facebook, you've probably seen some form of the following question.

Moving to Bozeman in a couple months. Can't seem to find a place to live. Any advice on places to look?

That's the problem. Everyone seems to want to move to Bozeman, but affordable housing options are few and far between.

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Over $1 Million? Listing For Tiny Bozeman Home Makes Jaws Drop

I was scrolling through the news feed on Facebook, and came across a post for a home listed for sale in Bozeman with the following description.

Rare gem nestled in the heart of Bozeman's thriving real estate landscape.

907 N. 17th Avenue - Bozeman
Big Sky MLS / Dylan Conger

Judging by the comments, I wasn't the only person surprised when I saw the price tag. The 912 square foot home featuring 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom was listed for $1,090,000. It's located at 907 N. 17th Avenue. According to Realtor.com, the home was built in 1960.

To learn more about the home, contact Dylan Conger with REAL Broker in Bozeman at (406) 606-9551.

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