In gorgeous Gallatin County, you will find a charming small town known as Manhattan, Montana

Manhattan is home to approximately 1,500 residents and is part of the Bozeman Micropolitan Statistical Area. This beautiful community is a wonderful place to buy a home if you are looking to enjoy the four seasons and their varied temperatures. Summers in Manhattan are warm to hot and frequently humid, while winters are cold and sometimes severely so. Springtime brings beautiful wildflowers and the fall boasts gorgeous autumn colors and great opportunities for fishing. Because the climate is so benign it is often affectionately called the Banana Belt.
Located in South Central Montana, Manhattan is only twenty minutes west of Bozeman and is surrounded by picturesque wide open spaces, rural roads and breathtaking views of sweeping mountain ranges, wheat fields, family farms and an abundance of wildlife. The Bridger Range, Horseshoe Hills and the snow-capped Spanish Peaks Wilderness are exceptional locations for enjoying the scenic views of the area. Additionally, the town hosts several community events and festivals throughout the year to celebrate its rich heritage and continued rural lifestyle.
Nestled in the 59741 zip code, Manhattan is a quaint small town with friendly residents eager to make new friends and welcome new neighbors. Just off of Interstate 90, Manhattan has a slow pace but easy access to bigger cities and their exciting shopping, dining, and entertainment. Manhattan is home to a public library, medical services, a senior center and wonderful schools. In fact, US News & World Report named Manhattan High School as the second best high school in the state in 2012. Whether you have a family, are a young professional, are a retiree or fall somewhere in between, Manhattan is a great place to buy a home. Homes for sale in Manhattan, Montana, come in a diverse array of architectural styles, ages, and sizes, and include equestrian properties. You can find homes built in the 2000’s and homes constructed in the early 1900’s. Some homes have fewer than 1,500 square feet, while others exceed 5,500 square feet. The prices of homes in Manhattan vary depending upon all these factors, and while there are sometimes exceptions, usually range from around $112,000 to $2.8 million. These diverse real estate options give homebuyers of all tastes and budgets ample prospects when looking to relocate in the Bozeman area.



If you think Manhattan Montana could be the perfect place to find your new home, let’s get together and answer any questions you may have. Luci Edwards has been selling real estate in MT for over 13 years and is dedicated to your satisfaction.