Philipsburg Montana Real Estate Listings
Brought to you by your Philipsburg Montana real estate professional Lynette Foulger, Broker Owner/Mountain View Real Estate.
$499,900 : 78 Sunny Meadow Lane, Philipsburg3 beds, 2 baths
$249,900 : 237 East Broadway Street, Philipsburg0 beds, 0 bath
$1,470,000 : 210 Slaughterhouse Lane, Philipsburg3 beds, 3 baths
$1,500,000 : 1622 Upper Rock Creek Road, Philipsburg4 beds, 3 baths
$150,000 : 17 Moonlight Mine Road, Philipsburg2 beds, 1 bath
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(all data current as of 11/17/2017)
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Philipsburg Montana, where the Old West lives on! Surrounded by lakes, rivers, and the Rocky Mountains, cradled in Montana’s natural beauty, the restoration of our downtown showcases our rich cultural history. Situated just thirty miles south of I-90 on the famous Pintler Scenic Route, our picturesque town is located halfway between Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks and only an hour away from nearby airports in Butte and Missoula. Minutes from fishing, hunting, snowmobiling, skiing, and sapphire mining, there’s something for everyone.
Long the county seat of Granite, Philipsburg has a rich history of mining and ranching. Officially registered as a town in 1867 and incorporated in 1890, Philipsburg was named after Philip Deidesheimer, a prominent mining engineer who hailed from Nevada. The town prospered as a booming mining community until the Silver Crash of 1893, which forced the mills to close. Most of the population vanished overnight, rendering Philipsburg and the surrounding area a ghost town.
Over the years, Philipsburg has evolved into a thriving community with a vibrant sense of history. Today, we celebrate our roots in a variety of ways, through ranching, sapphire mining, and commemorating our past in our museum and cultural center. What began as a boom town is recognized and appreciated by outdoor enthusiasts for its natural wellspring of lakes, rivers, streams, and panoramic mountains. In 1997 and again in 2000, Philipsburg was named a finalist in a contest for Prettiest Painted Places in America.
Real Estate Market Stats
Home Size in Square Feet
|Percent Homes Decreasing||154||0|
|Median List Price Per Sq Ft||154||128|
|Median Sale Price||154||225,300|
|Turnover (Sold Within Last Yr.)||154||0|
By Lynette Foulger
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