Montana has a lot to offer – particularly for those who love the great outdoors. But where should you live in the area? Before you get a home inspection on a house you want to buy, it is important to make sure that you like the area!
Here is a quick rundown of the best places to live in Montana.
With a population of about 40,000, Bozeman has a small-town feel with big-city amenities including numerous parks and coffee shops, and nearby destinations like the Museum of the Rockies.
Four Corners is located near Bozeman, and has a population of about 4,000. It’s safe and very popular with families. It offers great schools through the Bozeman School District, and has a more remote, rural feel that’s ideal for outdoor enthusiasts.
The median home value is $332,800, and the majority of residents own their homes. See the latest real estate listings here.
Whitefish is a family-friendly community that’s ideal for fans of the great outdoors as well as families and young professionals.
It has a population of around 7,000, and nearby attractions include Whitefish Lake and Whitefish Mountain Resort.
It’s rural, but with plenty of amenities. Schooling is provided by the Whitefish School District. The median home value is $326,100. See the latest real estate listings here.
Helena, MT has a population of about 30,000 and is home to some of the best outdoor recreation in the state. It’s near Helena National Forest, the Missouri River, Lake Helena, and Crow Peak, Jack Mountain and Thunderbolt Mountain.
Whether you love hiking, fishing, biking or any other outdoor activities, Missoula is a great place to live. It’s surrounded by mountains and national forests, but has a population of over 70,000, with all the urban amenities you could want.
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