Sheridan MT Real Estate & Homes for Sale
The median home value in Sheridan, MT is $134,400.
the county median home value of $218,300.
The national median home value is $219,700.
The average price of homes sold in Sheridan, MT is $134,400.
Approximately 59.55% of Sheridan homes are owned,
compared to 17.37% rented, while
23.08% are vacant.
Sheridan 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 Sheridan real estate agent to arrange a tour today!
Looking for an opportunity to grow your family and a change in lifestyle. Located just under 2 miles east of the very active and friendly small rural town of Sheridan Montana. This de-titled manufactured home is on an engineer certified concrete foundation nicely situated on 20 acres. The home features 4 Bedrooms and 3 full baths. Ample living room area, dinning and a very nice kitchen. Laminate flooring in the main living area, tile style flooring in the kitchen and master bath with carpet in the bedrooms finish off the interior. New metal roof and siding in 2021. Open pastures for your livestock flanks the home and out buildings on three sides providing a private setting with incredible views. A very large 1445 S.F. partially insulated 4 vehicle garage/shop with 4 overhead doors, additional attached 12 x 30 storage area and a 1170 s.f. quonset equipment storage structure compliment the property for a family wanting an active lifestyle.
Live/work 2007 bldg with 4000+ SF on main level and another 1400 SF apartment above the shop which is a nicely appointed 2 BR, 1 bath apt, all on 6.18 acres. The shop also has a 3/4 bath,1 BR, 1 bath studio apartment for employee housing on the main floor. In back of the heated and finished shop area used for cabinet making is a 30x40 garage area with oversized overhead doors and concrete reinforced floors for working on heavy equipment. Both the workshop & garage areas are finished and have propane heaters. Exterior of the building is a chinked log look entrance with board and bat siding and metal accents over insulated sips panel construction. This was built to be super efficient. There is an RV hookup & 3 phase power to the panel box outside the building with 220 installed with 400 AMP service in the shop and garage. Seller is a contractor so set up to accommodate any builder who needs a home, workshop and garage with the perk of having rental income. Corrals for horses.
No covenants! This charming 2 BR/1 BA, 1605 SF home is just outside of Sheridan with wonderful mountain views and quiet solitude. The home is situated among cottonwoods, willows and lilacs, and just beyond the property boundary, you can see Mill Creek as it flows around the trees. Step out onto the wooden deck and listen to the bubbling irrigation ditch as it flows through the property. The country kitchen has floor-to-ceiling cabinets and shelves, and the enclosed porch has French doors which lead to the wooden deck. One bedroom and the full bathroom are on the main floor, and the second bedroom is on upper level. Large open space on the second level could be utilized as a non-conforming third bedroom. An older single-car detached garage provides protection for your vehicle or additional storage space. Move-in ready, or take some time to polish this gem with updates.
Located in the heart of the Ruby Valley, the McKenzie Place on Indian Creek, consists of approximately 147 acres of bare land without covenants in 2 contiguous tracts with awesome panoramic views of the valley and several mountain ranges. The property is fenced & cross fenced with good priority DNRC filed irrigation & stock water rights sourced from Indian Creek. Its location, natural features and proximity to the popular Town of Sheridan make this property an excellent candidate for further development or Conservation Easement. The property is located two miles from the charming village of Sheridan and bordered by two county roads for access and utilities readily available. The property has been historically used for livestock grazing on the irrigated pastures bisected by Indian & Nonpariel Creeks. The buyer would have the flexibility of owning/reselling two legal tracts or could be maintained as one large private homesite with several beautiful sites for building your dream home.
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