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Belgrade

At the very heart of Gallatin County and originating from the expansion of the Northern Pacific Railway in the late 1800s, Belgrade was established by entrepreneur Thomas B. Quaw who marketed the area as "The Princess of the Prairies"! Due to European investors in the westbound railroad line, Belgrade was granted its name after the capital of Serbia! Like many traditional towns, the main street of the city still runs parallel to the railroad tracks.

Sitting on the floor of the Gallatin Valley, Belgrade, Montana is nestled between beautiful views of the Bridger Mountain Range and the infamous Gallatin River. The modest urban sprawl of the area gives Belgrade the feel of a quiet, small-town community but only being a quick 15-minute drive to downtown Bozeman allows it the amenities of the larger city. The Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport calls its home adjacent to Belgrade city limits, making it one of Montana's six international airports and the biggest airport closest to Yellowstone National Park.

Direct highways and Interstate 90 go directly through town, making commuting times easy for those looking to live in Belgrade. You can be on the ski slopes of Bridger Bowl in about 30 minutes or up to Big Sky Resort in a short hour. 

10,551
POPULATION
$365,000
MEDIAN HOME PRICE
15 minutes
AVERAGE COMMUTE TIME
185
CLEAR DAYS PER YEAR
Amenities
  • Belgrade is nestled right next to the Gallatin Valley’s Yellowstone International airport making it the first little town you see when you get off your plane from afar!
  • Belgrade features 10+ public parks featuring basketball courts, children’s play equipment, picnic tables, and much more! Take a look at the list here: Belgrade Parks
  • Various and excellent fishing accesses are open to the public year-round on the famous Gallatin River. Look for fishing access sights here: FWP Fishing Access - Gallatin River
  • Belgrade is home to the mighty Panthers! School District #44 sports the AA Class Belgrade High School, Belgrade Middle School, and three elementary schools: Ridge View, Saddle Peak, and Heck-Quaw.
  • For more information on Belgrade’s school system: Belgrade Schools
Community Statistics

4,459′

According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 3.25 square miles.

Annual High Temperature: 60ºF

Record High Temperature: 106ºF recorded July 06, 2007

Annual Low Temperature: 30ºF

Record Low Temperature: -46°F recorded January 26, 1957

Average Annual Precipitation: 14.1 inches

Average Annual Snowfall: 41 inches

 

The US Census Bureau estimated in 2019 Belgrade's population to total 9,503

Public

  • Belgrade is home to the mighty Panthers! School District #44 sports the AA Class High School, a Middle School, and three elementary schools: Ridge View, Saddle Peak, and Heck-Quaw.
  • For more information on Belgrade’s school system: Belgrade Schools

Private

  • Divine Mercy Academy - A Catholic, classical school in Belgrade, MT. Established in 2012, DMA partners with families to help students in preschool through grade 10 grow in wisdom and virtue.

Residential Market Stats

537 SALESPast 12 Months
$ 409,000 MEDIAN SALES PRICEPast 12 Months
$ 254 PRICE PER SFPast 12 Months
42 AVAILABLE LISTINGSAs of today
73 UNDER CONTRACTAs of today
40 NEW TO MARKETPast 30 days

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