Barbara's Place Is a Century Old Historic Treasure Located Just a Few Strides Off Bozeman Ave and Two Blocks From Main Street. The Best of Two Centuries, Barbara's Place Will Provide You with a Stay As Unique As Bozeman Is Itself.
Listed On the National Historic Register, this Home Was Built By the Widow of a Local Brewer and has Been Lovingly Cared For By Her Family Ever Since. The Home's Interior Combines Fine Wood Finishes, Turn of the Century (1902) Craftsmanship, Tasteful Antiques and Modern Day Comforts. And You Are a Heartbeat Away From the Vibrancy of Downtown.
Day or Night, Life Is Downtown. By Day, Stroll Along Our Main Street and Be Greeted By a Host of Friendly Shop Keepers. Stop For an Espresso At One of the Internet Cafes. Catch Up On Local History At the Nearby Public Library or Visit the Pioneer Museum. Board a Streamline Bus and Launch a Dinosaur Adventure To the Renowned Museum of the Rockies. By Night, Take In Live Theatre, Ballet or Opera. Step Onto the Dance Floor Yourself. It's Almost Certain That Your Favorite Music Is Being Performed Live Somewhere Along Main Street. Let Our Restaurants Entice You with Everything From Sushi To Montana Beef and Buffalo Steaks. Savor a Glass of Wine and Chat with the Locals At the Wine Bar. It's All Downtown and Just Around the Corner From Barbara's Place.
Off Main Street Adventures Await the Outdoor Enthusiast. In the Winter, Ice Skating Is a Couple Blocks Away, Sledding Hills and Cross Country Ski Trails Are Only a Little Further At Lindley Park. And Just Down the Street You Can Catch a Ride To Bridger Bowl, Choice of the Locals For Downhill Skiing. A One Hour Drive Will Get You To Big Sky Ski Resort, and Just a Little Beyond, You Will Find the Gates of Yellowstone National Park.
Step Out the Door of Barbara's Place. Good Times Await!
Keywords: Family home, House
Thank you for sharing your wonderful family home. We had a great week here visiting our son at MSU. The location was perfect and the house was very comfortable. We had the best time hiking the alpine meadows above Fairy Lake, Hyalite Lake and the trails in the Tom Minor Basin. Montana food is great, too. Bozeman is such a nice town. It is easy to see why so many generations of your family have stayed right here!
MY GREAT GRANDMOTHER, BARBARA, WAS THE ORIGINAL OWNER OF THIS HOME. IT HAS NEVER BEEN OWNED BY ANYONE OTHER THAN FAMILY THROUGHOUT THE DECADES. IT IS NOW MY TURN TO CARE FOR THIS HOME AND I AM PLEASED TO SHARE IT WITH YOU. I HAVE BEEN BLESSED TO LIVE IN THIS 'LAST BEST PLACE' BOZEMAN, MT. MY ENTIRE LIFE. I AM AS LOCAL AS YOU CAN GET!
THE PROPERTY IS NOSTALGIC TO ME, BRINGING BACK MEMORIES OF MY GRANDFATHER AND THE TIMES WE SPENT TOGETHER SITTING ON THE FRONT PORCH, SOMETIMES SILENTLY WATCHING A SPIDER SPIN ITS WEB. FROM THE FRONT PORCH NEIGHBORS RECEIVED A FRIENDLY WAVE AND THE MAIL WAS ACCEPTED FROM THE HANDS OF THE POSTMAN.
Yellowstone National Park 90 minutes away
Headwaters State Park 30 minutes away
Shuttle bus to Madison River for rafting and tubing
Museum of the Rockies across town
Montana State University across town
Park and Ride to Bridger Bowl for alpine skiing
Cross country ski trails nearby
Hiking trails begin nearby
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