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Bozeman Broker Group Real Estate
1745 South 19th, Ste 2
Bozeman MT 59718
(406) 587-5900

Manhattan, Logan, Three Forks, Willow Creek, Montana

MANHATTAN, MONTANA

Manhattan is located 15 miles west of Bozeman along I-90.

In the 1880s, families from the Netherlands moved here to grow barley for malters near the new little town of Manhattan, named by a group of New York City investors who operated the Manhattan Malting Company. They settled together in a tightly knit society that continues to flourish today. By 1898, Manhattan had become quite important to the Valley, with about 150 inhabitants and a school enrollment of 75. There were two hotels, a general store, one meat market, two blacksmith shops, and one saloon. Today, Manhattan's most productive industries center on seed potatoes, dairy and wheat farms, commercial beef and registered cattle. There are also woodcarvers, artisans, and antiques dealers.

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Gallatin River Access
Gallatin River Ranch
OutdoorBozeman.com is a great local resource for all things “outdoors” around the Gallatin Valley and Southwest Montana like local parks, trails, rivers and wilderness areas.

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THREE FORKS


Three Forks is located 30 miles west of Bozeman on I-90.

Home to around 1,800 residents (2,100 including surrounding area), Three Forks is a thriving town that retains its Old-West charm. The Jefferson, Madison and Gallatin River converge here to form the Missouri River and the Headwaters State Park providing miles of accessible blue-ribbon trout fishing. There are many recreational opportunities, including the paved Headwaters Trails System that runs throughout the town and all the way to Headwaters State Park. For golfers, there's the Headwaters Public Golf Course which features a 9-hole course against a background of scenic panoramas. For rodeo fans, the annual Three Forks Rodeo and Parade brings friends and neighbors alike to the rodeo grounds every July. For music lovers, a short drive down HWY 287/HWY 2 will find you at “The Bridge” – home to 2 major music festivals as well as the historic Lewis and Clark Caverns.

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If you are thinking about buying or selling a home, give us a call at (406) 587-5900 or send us an email to explore your options and to find out when is the best time for you to make a move.