Whether you are a business professional on extended assignment or a family looking for a well deserved summer getaway, this extended-stay residence promises you a home away from home. Centrally located with easy access to highway 90, this condo is within 3 miles of the University of Montana, within 1 mile of Missoula’s historical downtown, locale of the Rocky Mountain School of Photography, and within a half mile of St. Patrick’s Hospital. The university offers 2 theaters, an art gallery and sports venues featuring the Montana Grizzlies football and Lady Griz basketball teams. The downtown scene offers The Missoula Art Museum, The Missoula Symphony, the nationally know Missoula Children’s Theater, the Hip Strip and a First Friday event once a month. From May through September there are 3 Saturday markets offering Farm to Table produce and products as well as beautifully crafted items from local artists.
Further Details: Missoula also has over 22 miles of hiking and biking trails to enjoy during our great outdoor months. There are bikes on site for your enjoyment as well as an encouragement to travel “green” around town and the university.
The condo is nested among 8 units in 2 buildings that face each other and overlook a lovely landscaped courtyard. There is a communal umbrella table and plenty of seating to enjoy the cool evenings watching the sun set over the mountains. There is a carport space with a small storage closet. Inside the condo, approximately 1000 sq. ft. is divided into 2 bedrooms and a full bath upstairs with the living area, kitchen and a half bath downstairs. The kitchen is fully equipped to prepare as gourmet a meal as you like or you can choose from numerous downtown restaurants that offer free delivery. There is also a new full service Safeway a short bike ride away.
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I have been in the residential income property business for almost 30 years and truly enjoy people and providing them with nice places to live or stay.
My first life was in San Francisco. My second life has been in Montana and never in a million years did I think I would enjoy my second life more than my first.