located in Livingston, a writer's paradise, home to Jim Harrison, Elwood Reid, and Walter Kirn, this town also is a place where Jeff Bridges, and Tom Brokaw kick back. Full of culture, great food, live entertainment, and the friendliest people on earth, Livingston is the perfect base for world class fly fishing, golf, skiing, river rafting, hiking, hunting, and wild life viewing. The healing hot springs and the boiling river of Yellowstone national park offer the best wild whirlpools this region has to offer.
- House900 sq. ft.
- Half Baths0
- Min Stay4 nights
900 Square Feet, One Bathroom, One Bedroom, Two Pull Out Couches,
- Calendar last updated:
- Sep 29, 2018
Our son in law, Elwood Reid, writer and producer, fell in love with Livingston while on a book tour promoting his book, If I don't six. He and his family live in LA, but every summer and on holidays they retreat to their home in Livingston. Our five grandchildren drew us to buy a home so that we could be with them as much as possible. Over these 12 years we have fallen head over heals in love with this house, the town, it's people and of course the gem of our national park system, Yellowstone.
firstname.lastname@example.org purchased this House in 2005
Why email@example.com chose Livingston
This home is ideal for one or two people who appreciate living in a small town and who love the huge open space and feeling of Big Sky Country. The location is ideal for writers, painters, fisherman, hikers, bikers, and people who love the splendor of the natural world. Although we love dogs our house is not suitable for dogs.
What makes this House unique
When we first saw this home we knew it was for us. My daughter said it was a 'turn key', I had no idea what that meant. When I asked her and she told me, I realized that she knew that as the director of an independent school, having been integrally involved in five building projects that we would be able to move in without doing anything major, and she was right. The previous owner, a San Francisco native, had redone every room in this charming, bright, open home. From the galley kitchen to the back porch this house is immaculate and tastefully done. Our home is not pet friendly.
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Diamond in a quaint Montana town.
If you want to come to Livingston you must stay here! The house is charming and has everything you could ever need for your stay. You can walk to town in 5 minutes, the location couldn’t be better for access to Yellowstone and lots of other cool places in the area. I didn’t meet the hosts but enjoyed receiving his emails when we communicated. Jean will look after your needs when you are there, she is wonderful and very helpful. A must if your in Livingston!
We had a wonderful stay. The house is everything we could have wanted. We are grateful to the owners for making it available. Jean, the caretaker, was very helpful in answering questions. Overall, it's an outstanding place!
We loved our stay in Livingston in this great bungalow!
We recently stayed at this property and highly recommend it if you re visiting Livingston. The house is tastefully decorated and comfortable. Great kitchen. It's just a few blocks from the city center. Easy to walk to visit shops and eateries. The owner was responsive and helpful.
Very comfortable and in a great location - walk to downtown Livingston, drive to Yellowstone
Very nice house. Beautiful sun porch and back yard. Great kitchen with high-end appliances.
Comfortable stay at an in-town location
My husband and I enjoyed a month in Livingston. The size and layout of this bungalow is great for two. It has everything you need with the exception of cable/local TV (owner provides Netflix and Prime streaming). The bathroom is spacious, includes two sinks and has lots of hot water and good pressure in the shower. The enclosed back porch provides an additional quiet space. The location is close to restaurants and downtown as well as the main park and Yellowstone River. Walking or bicycling (bikes provided) are good ways to enjoy the town.
The River Runs Through Us
This house is a sanctuary. Built in 1913 it has been updated in the most conscious way. The house is situated in a context of a neighborhood filled with a diverse array of kind, caring and compassionate people. From writers to seekers this is a place that attracts people of depth and reflection. The secret garden of this home enchants every aspect of living here. The mountains and the valleys, the animals and the birds, the sky and the air conspire to take you beyond time. The drive to the North entrance of Yellowstone National Park is unlike any other drive I've ever taken. 52 miles of beauty all leading to President TR's best idea. I can't wait to come back and I'll take with me this beauty for the rest of my life.
Located in the heart of Livingston, this house offers the perfect retreat for people who love the wild. From a bike path into Paradise Valley to great hikes within a 7 mile range this location is choice for those who love the marvels of Yellowstone National Park. The breathtaking 52 mile drive to Yellowstone takes you past Chico Hot springs, world renowned resort and spa, into Yankee Jim Canyon, and into Gardner, Montana before you pass under the Roosevelt Arch into a world of Elk, Bears, Prong Horn Sheep, wolves, the boiling river, and magnificent water falls.