Downtown you will find brand new contemporary condos a block away from meticulously rehabbed craftsman cottages, or a historic buildings converted into residential suites. Ifsuburban life is your thing, you'll find no shortage of quaint, family neighborhoods complete with green space and trail systems. What nearly all "Bozemanites" can agree on, however, is a desire for quality and uniqueness. Even in the so-called "cookie cutter" subdivisions, you will find that each home has its own "personality" created thru the use of varying materials, colors, and layout designs. You will frequently see mixed materials being show-cased in both interiors and exteriors. These endearing design elements contribute to Bozeman's acclaimed small-town personality.
and which have increased and decreased in popularity over the past four years. The results show
that Mediterranean-style homes have the highest median list price at $749,900. Known for their stucco walls and wrought-iron accents, these homes still garner the highest asking price but have fallen out of favor a bit since their heyday 15-to-20 years ago. In fact, median list price for a Mediterranean-style house has only risen 0.1 percent over the past four years. On the other hand, Modern homes are surging in popularity, with a 37.4 percent jump in median price. The median Modern house now goes for $425,850. The most affordable home style was Victorian at $285,000, while Colonials demanded close to $400,000. The median list price for all styles was $249,900, up from $200,000 in 2012. More here.