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The Story Mansion is a historic house in Bozeman, Montana. It is one of the only three living examples of the city-block mansions that used to proliferate in the state.

Built in 1910 by the Story family, the Story Mansion has 22 rooms and 9,000 square foot of interior space. It was built by T. Byron Story, son of Nelson Story, a pioneer entrepreneur and cattle baron. Byron built his wealth during the early years of 1900s, especially during the First World War by providing wool for uniforms and milling wheat.

Currently, the Story Mansion is used as a community center and public space. It is available for events rentals. Gatherings like weddings, meetings, concerts, retreats, formals, dinners, reunions, workshops, and fundraisers among many others are its most common uses.
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