Perfectly located in downtown Livingston, Montana, this fetching studio apartment is a skip away from everything happening on Main Street. The apartment was newly built in 2017, in the back half of Out Of The Blue Antiques. We offer covered off street parking (a premium in Downtown Livingston!) and your own private entrance.
The open floor plan features artwork and photography from local artists as well as antiques collected from famous Livingston estates. We’ve added a fully equipped kitchen, ready for most cooking needs, with all new stainless steel appliances. The sleeping area has a brand new king sized bed with custom bedding and plenty of pillows. Kick back and relax on the plush midcentury style couch that opens into a queen sized bed. Our flat screen TV can be enjoyed from the dining room table, couch or even the kitchen. The clean, crisp bathroom offers a bath/shower combination, and a closet and dressing area with a full sized mirror.
National award winning mural Artist Andee Rudloff collaborating with local Park High Students painted an installment outside at the XOxo! It's beautiful!
During your stay, you also have access to two cruiser bikes to roam and explore the town and banks of the Yellowstone River.
In keeping with the idea that life should be a balance between the wild outdoors and artistic creature comforts, we offer shelter and close proximity to both. Blue Ribbon Trout Fishing is three blocks away in the famous Yellowstone River. Downtown Livingston is a mecca for artists, writers and actors as well as ranchers, cowboys and world travelers. Our town is also the original gateway to Yellowstone National Park, the world’s 1st National Park, and one of America’s greatest treasures.
After the filming of Rancho Deluxe in 1975, there was a convergence of artists and ranching cultures in Livingston and Paradise Valley.
This dynamic community is full of interesting, friendly and adventurous people. Drawn to Yellowstone, Out of The Blue’s owner, Kathryn, moved to the area in 1991. She was inspired by the quality of the summer light, open landscapes and the wildness of Yellowstone. She opened her store, Out Of The Blue Antiques (and soon to be Emporium) in 2013. The XOxo was built in the winter of 2017. Our hope is that you are able to relax, nurture your creative spirit, and enjoy our spectacular scenery. Don’t hesitate to stop in Out Of The Blue and ask for recommendations for a place to eat out or a day hike into the woods.