This property is a real gem and very interesting. Since the buildings are currently all leased out, I'm hoping the property won't change hands and turn into another steel and glass thing. The Chalet Business Park is anything but boring just the way it is.
If you found yourself with an extra $40 million bucks in your back pocket, and you wanted to spend it on real estate...would you pick the insanely huge home with 23+ acres or would you pick the 418+ acres of prime farmland?
It might need a little polishing but WHO WOULDN'T want to live in a converted fire station? Just THINK of those garage parties you could have...I mean, the building is like, 60% garage. Plus it looks like there are old jail cells in the basement?
Imagine waking up everyday and stepping outside only to be surrounded by a million acres of some of the most beautiful scenery in the world? What would something like that cost? Could you even put a price on it?
We're in trouble. This isn't a "shake your head" broken record thing anymore. Montana towns are in deep, serious, fast-moving financial transformation. I've sugar-coated my personal concerns about Bozeman's change up until now. I can't do that anymore.
You've at least driven right by it 100 times, as this RV campground is smack in the middle of Ennis, Montana. It's been for sale for just a few weeks according to Realtor.com but it's now listed as "Pending".
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.