Harrison MT Real Estate & Homes for Sale
The median home value in Harrison, MT is $164,000.
the county median home value of $235,400.
The national median home value is $185,800.
The average price of homes sold in Harrison, MT is $164,000.
Approximately 61.64% of Harrison homes are owned,
compared to 16.44% rented, while
21.92% are vacant.
Harrison real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
If you see a property you’re interested in, contact a Harrison real estate agent to arrange a tour today!
Investment Opportunity in Harrison! ( 3 ) residential units. Strong rental history. 100% occupancy 5% cap rate. the building sits on 4 LOTS (almost a 1/2 ACRE). Ample Parking. Large back yard with storage shed 12 x 24, alley access. Apartments were added one at a time , 2014, 2016 & 2019. 2006 New metal roof and upgraded electrical, New heat zones for each apt. 2018, Exterior paint and new roof over cellar 2019. A Lot of Potential here.... keep it as residential rentals, professional services rental, vacation rental or start your small business, add on to the existing building or add additional buildings. Fabulous Views of the Tobacco Root Mountains and high visibility with frontage on Main Street ( HWY 287 ). Buyer to verify property sq. ft. Motivated Seller. Bring an offer!
Desirable 467.1 acre ranch suited for both the recreational buyer and the rancher needing to add to their grazing capacity or winter cattle here and use the calving facilities. The ranch is bisected in part by Norwegian Creek for stock water and an exceptional creek fishery plus there are water rights to several ponds and springs close to the owners home. Elk frequent the property and there is an abundance of wildlife which makes this your ideal sportsman's paradise. The entire ranch is surrounded by 2 larger ranch ownerships. The home is nestled in a ravine with spring fed watering for livestock or develop them for stocked ponds. Views are outstanding of the Tobacco Roots and Gallatin Range and majority of the offering is improved pasture, subirrigaged along the creeks and cross fenced for rotational grazing. Part of the land could be hayed but current owner finds it more efficient to buy hay than equipment.
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