Check out Livingston real estate and discover the Livingston, Paradise Valley and Park County area is known as the “north entrance” to Yellowstone National Park – thus the name, Park County. Present day Livingston became the original gateway to Yellowstone National Park. Livingston was also headquarters for the NPR's Central Division and a good location for railroad shops to service NPR steam trains before their ascent over the Bozeman Pass, the highest point on the line at 5,702 feet.
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Livingston Homes for Sale
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- 1 Bed
- 560 SqFt
- 4526 Acres
Beautiful mountain ranch sited on the west side of the Crazy Mountains about an hour from Bozeman. Two smaller off-grid cabins, numerous smaller streams and creeks as well as wetlands and springs. Alpine meadows, forested draws, rolling terrain ...
- 3 Beds
- 4 Baths
- 4,300 SqFt
- 50 Acres
The Absaroka Moon Retreat will provide years of enjoyment for the discriminating buyer seeking a world class Montana experience. Located at the foot of the Absaroka Mountain Range near Deep Creek in the famed Paradise Valley, all five structures f...
- 4395 Acres
Approximately 4395 acres just minutes North of Livingston. Rolling grassland with fantastic views. All season access via county road. Developed springs and stock water rights out of Crazyhead Creek for stock needs. This property can be purchase...
- 4 Beds
- 4 Baths
- 3,425 SqFt
- 33.66 Acres
You'll fall in love and never want to leave the Shorthill Homestead. Tucked in a peaceful and relaxing setting along the foothills of the Absaroka Beartooth Wilderness. An ancient rock wall along the driveway gives you a strong feel of history wh...
- 5.23 Acres
21 subdivision lots in all! R3 High Density zoning within the City of Livingston! 12 lots inside the block of Maple Street, Miles Street, Brookstone Street, and Elm Street. 3 lots south of Brookstone Street one of which is a double size lot. 6 ...
- 5 Beds
- 4 Baths
- 3,580 SqFt
- 53.62 Acres
This awe-inspiring property embraces everything Paradise Valley has to offer. The beautiful 3580 +/- sf custom home sets on 53+ acres of tranquility, including over 1100' of Yellowstone River frontage with access to launch a boat. Whether you're n...
- 3 Beds
- 3 Baths
- 4,978 SqFt
- 20.13 Acres
This exquisite western style home is located less than 10 miles from downtown Livingston in the coveted Paradise Valley. From here you can fish the spring creeks or the Yellowstone River within minutes. You can visit Yellowstone Park or downtown B...
- 4 Beds
- 4 Baths
- 4,874 SqFt
- 20.3 Acres
MONTANA IS CALLING! Custom log home nestled on 20 irrigated/fenced acres with mature trees, pond, waterfall and creek. Ideally situated in Paradise Valley at the base of the Absaroka Mtns, just minutes to Livingston and the Yellowstone Rvr. Inside...
Livingston homes are situated on the Yellowstone River where it bends from north to east towards Billings. In 1806 Captain William Clark of the Lewis and Clark Expedition camped on the city's present outskirts on the return trip east, following the descending Yellowstone River.
Though a small town, Livingston is home to a number of popular tourist points. The Livingston Depot, built in 1902 after two predecessors, is a restored rail station that today houses a railroad museum. The Yellowstone Gateway Museum documents regional history from one of the oldest North American archaeological sites to Wild Western and Yellowstone history. The International Fly Fishing Federation's museum is an extensive introduction to a popular game sport and hosts annual enthusiasts meetings. The city was inhabited for two decades by Calamity Jane and visited by adventurous traveling members of European royalty. Today it is a small art haven, filming location (A River Runs Through It, The Horse Whisperer, Rancho Deluxe, and others), fishing destination, railroad town, and writers' and actors' colony. Livingston is also home to the Fly Fishing Discovery Center, a museum operated by the Federation of Fly Fishers.
Home For Sale In Livingston, Montana
Homes for sale in Livingston, Montana, are in demand because the economy is booming, and the unemployment rate is well below the national and state average. A small proportion of its workforce commutes to Bozeman, the destination resort Chico Hot Springs some twenty-five miles south, and various campsites and ranches in the high-value area of Paradise Valley. Recently, the city has invested much time and money into creating attractions and accommodations for tourists visiting during the Lewis and Clark bicentennial years.
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