I'll be honest, I will probably never be able to afford a house like this. However, it is rich with Bozeman history. The beautiful Victorian style home was built in 1897, and features approximately 11,221 square feet of living space. It has 10 bedrooms and 11 bathrooms.

It is known as the Lehrkind Mansion, and is currently a bed & breakfast. It is located at 719 N. Wallace Avenue in Bozeman and is on a 3/4 acre lot. The home was built by German-born master-brewer Julius Lehrkind, owner of Bozeman Lager Beer, at the turn of the century. To bless the house, each brick was soaked or "cured" in large vats of beer before being set. It is one of Bozeman's most beloved homes and one of the most representative of classic Queen Anne Victorians in the entire state of Montana. To read more about the history of the home, click here. It is being offered for sale on two separate lots with the adjacent Garden House. The Carriage House is also included.

It is listed for $1,375,000. If you have that kind of money laying around and are interested in the home, you can find the listing here.