It's not the scariest price we've seen for a condo in Bozeman, but it's pricey given the square footage. As of late July, the least expensive condo on the market in Bozeman is currently priced at $325K.

You'll find this condo behind the Buffalo Wild Wings on North 19th avenue, just south of the big post office. It's actually in a really great location, close to shopping and bus routes which make it easy to get to MSU or downtown.

To be clear, there are other condos currently listed on that are less expensive but they are already 'pending' or under contract so we did not count those. (They weren't much cheaper, BTW.)

This condo is currently listed with Jenifer Lower and Brokered by Bozeman Montana Real Estate.

We did our typical simple search on to find this property, as we do often, to keep tabs on area real estate prices. To qualify:

  • The property could not currently be listed as 'pending' or under contract
  • The property had to be located within the City of Bozeman

Here are the details on this Bozeman condo:

  • PRICE: $325,000
  • 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom
  • SIZE:  970 square feet
  • ADDRESS: 2236 Baxter Ln Apt 3, Bozeman, MT 59718
  • HOA Fees: $163/month
  • Price per square foot: $335
  • 1 car garage
  • YEAR BUILT: 2012

The official listing on describes the property this way:

Main Level 2 bedroom, 2 bath condo with a covered porch for entertaining. This is an open concept living, dining, kitchen area for easy flow and living.

Comes with all appliances including the washer and dryer. One bedroom is a master on suite, the second bathroom is a large hall bath, so great for roommates if needed.

Condo does have a detached garage, with automatic garage door and one assigned parking space.

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