|Space||2,500 sq. ft.|
|Minimum Stay||3 - 6 nights|
4 bedroom home in downtown Bozeman, with tons of character. Designed and built to live comfortably, the 2500 sq. ft. house has a study, sunroom , and deck to make your stay fantastic. Isolated bedrooms mean multiple families can stay, each enjoying their privacy. Neat features include a porch off the master bedroom, beautiful fireplace, log-cabin interior, deck with grill, beautiful kitchen, a piano, and raised garden beds in the back. The house was sustainably built, using existing timbers, a passive-house spec air envelope (exceeding LEED), and passive heating and cooling. The layout makes it easy for guests to have their own private space, as well-- great for two-(or three-) family rentals. Less than a block from a beautiful park, and a 4-minute walk to downtown Bozeman. The driveway allows off-street parking, and the home stays wonderfully cool during the summer. Still not sure? Check out the reviews.
I'm a mechanical engineer, and my wife is an agronomist. She is from Montana, and we moved back to raise our daughter. If you are a guest, we are probably camping somewhere-- most likely in Montana, Canada, or Alaska.
Brett Tallman purchased this house in 2006
Downtown, so we could walk as much as possible-- we call Bozeman home. I hope to move out in a wood box...
I wanted to design and build a home that felt like shelter-- somewhere to belong. I wanted it to be built intelligently, and I built it hoping to give it to my grandchildren. We used best design practices to create a very livable space that fits in the style of the neighborhood. If you are interested in the building design, I would be happy to talk about it, including passive-house envelope, passive air conditioning / convection, high-efficiency fireplace, human-scaled dimensions, light use, and space use, to name a few.
We had the house packed to capacity, but definitely did not feel confined. Great location with short walking distance to bars, restaurants, shops. Very cool setting, nice modern feel to it. I would absolutely recommend staying here if you are looking to stay in Bozeman.
We stayed here with three couples and one teenager -the four bedrooms meant each family had their own space (and bathroom!). The house is very well equipped, comfy and spacious. It is also centrally located to downtown and we were able to walk everywhere -shops, dining, bars, etc. Would absolutely recommend!
Spent several days in this charming home enjoying all that the Bozeman area had to offer. The house is well appointed and so comfortable. The owners have gone out of their way to think of everything.
The ease and proximity of walking into town is a pleasure. There are so many good restaurants and interesting things to do. We would definitely stay here again.
It's hard for descriptions and photos to do this place justice. I LOVE staying here. It feels like vacation and home at the same time. Favorite things include the breeze that comes through the open window while sleeping in on the comfy bed in the upstairs guest room; sitting on the couch in the mornings to read in the cozy living room; the proximity to a wonderful park. Also, the kitchen makes food so much fun. There is plenty of space for food prep and enough room that multiple people can be in the kitchen cooking together. The deck overlooking the garden is so pleasant in summer evenings as well.
I love being able to walk to Co-op Downtown and The Country Bookshelf and Bozeman's awesome library. Oh, another favorite thing—sipping hot cocoa in front of the fire after an outing to Hyalite Lake or skiing at Bridger Bowl or a day trip to Yellowstone.
I would definitely recommend this property.
Yellowstone National Park is an hour away. Frankly, we usually find ourselves hiking or biking in the mountains surrounding Bozeman-- 15 minutes from house to trailhead.
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly *||Event|
Jun 29 2017 - Jul 11 2017
6 night minimum stay
My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay
|Refundable damage deposit||$500|
Any damages will be noted and billed accordingly. Either Saturday or Sunday are changeover days, unless you stay for 10 days or more (in other words, no arrival on Thursday, departure on Monday).
* Approximate monthly rate. Actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay.