Anaconda

Anaconda Montana Real Estate Listings

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Anaconda’s Newest Listings

  1. 2 beds, 2 baths
    Home size: 1,740 sq ft
    Lot size: 25,264 sqft
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  2. 3 beds, 1 bath
    Home size: 1,216 sq ft
    Lot size: 20.10 ac
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  3. 3 beds, 1 bath
    Home size: 1,649 sq ft
    Lot size: 3,484 sqft
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  4. 3 beds, 2 baths
    Home size: 2,784 sq ft
    Lot size: 27,442 sqft
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  5. 7 beds, 7 baths
    Home size: 4,595 sq ft
    Lot size: 10.00 ac
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(all data current as of 11/15/2017)

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About Anaconda

Anaconda, county seat of Anaconda City/Deer Lodge County, is located in mountainous southwestern Montana. The Continental Divide passes within 8 miles south of the community with the local Pintler Mountain range reaching 10,379 feet. According to the 2010 census the population is 9,328, with a per capita personal income of $21,163 and a median household income of $26,305. It is the ninth most populous city in Montana. Central Anaconda is 5,335 feet above sea level, and is surrounded by the communities of Opportunity and West Valley.

The county area is 741 square miles (1,920 km2), characterized by densely timbered forestlands, lakes, mountains and recreation grounds. The county has common borders with Beaverhead, Butte-Silver Bow, Granite, Jefferson and Powell counties

Anaconda History

Anaconda was founded by Marcus Daly, one of the Copper Kings, who financed the construction of a smelter on nearby Warm Springs Creek to process copper ore from the Butte mines. In June 1883, Daly filed for a town plat for “Copperopolis,” but that name already graced a mining town in Meagher County. Instead, Daly accepted the name “Anaconda” from the postmaster of the time, Clinton Moore.

In 1903, the Socialist Party of America won its first victory west of the Mississippi when Anaconda elected a socialist mayor, treasurer, police judge, and three councilmen. The Socialist Party had grown within the Montana labor movement. Initially, the Anaconda Copper Mining Company tolerated them, but when the Socialists gained political power and threatened to implement reform, the company systematically undermined the radical party. City workers and councilmen refused to cooperate with the new mayor, and the company began to fire Socialists. In the long run labor lost ground in Anaconda and the company exerted ever greater political control.

The Anaconda Company expanded smelting capacity over time, and by 1919 the Washoe Reduction Works could boast that its 585-foot smokestack (Anaconda Smelter Stack) was the tallest masonry structure in the world and that the smelter-refining complex constituted the world’s largest nonferrous processing plant.

In 1980, Atlantic Richfield Company closed the smelter, bringing an end to almost a century of mineral processing. Since then, an operation for environmental cleanup was put into place by the Environmental Protection Agency and executed with the assistance of ARCO. The multi-million dollar cleanup and investment has resulted in the formation of “Old Works” Golf Course, a championship 18-hole course designed by Jack Nicklaus.

Part of Anaconda is included in the Butte-Anaconda Historic District.

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Real Estate Market Stats

Home Size in Square Feet

Year Built

Local National
Percent Homes Decreasing 241 0
Median List Price Per Sq Ft 241 128
Median Sale Price 241 225,300
Property Tax $836 $2,147
Turnover (Sold Within Last Yr.) 241 0




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