Trout Creek MT Real Estate & Homes for Sale
The median home value in Trout Creek, MT is $196,800.
the county median home value of $114,400.
The national median home value is $219,700.
The average price of homes sold in Trout Creek, MT is $196,800.
Approximately 48.06% of Trout Creek homes are owned,
compared to 25.58% rented, while
26.36% are vacant.
Trout Creek 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 Trout Creek real estate agent to arrange a tour today!
Equestrian Dream property! An enchanting mountain lodge lies on 319.78 acres of combined timber and hay land five minutes from Trout Creek, Montana. Situated in an idyllic setting, views consist of the captivating Cabinet Mountains and snow-dusted pine trees. The lodge is comprised of a shell but has wood, carpet and tile flooring with two furnaces and a wood stove to provide cozy heating. It has never been occupied; thus, all is new and ready for you to be the first to utilize! The views that can be perceived out the large lodge windows are enough to convince that magic exists. The hay ground of approximately 100 acres produces about 100 tons of hay each year. Use it for grazing or sell the hay for profit! There is a hay shed to keep bales dry. The property backs to
HUNTERS PARADISE.... Beaver Creek meanders thru this 319 +/- acre ranch near Trout Creek, MT. Great location for a guide service or private retreat. This rare find is in the heart of great recreational country with excellent hunting. Property borders the Kaniksu National Forest and offers endless opportunities. The terrain of the ranch is gently sloped with some rolling hills and several springs. 60/+ ac are pasture, with the remaining acreage in timber. Barns, sheds, corrals and a house. ,Just down the road 4 miles is the very desirable recreation area of Trout Creek, MT on the bank of the Noxon Reservoir. This lake is a warm water fishery which hosts bass, walleye, pike and trout, but is also great for swimming, boating & water skiing.
Incredible views, easy access and privacy are hallmarks of this well-loved and generously improved 270+- acre Montana property. From the Highway 200 access between the temperate, recreational paradises of Thompson Falls and Trout Creek, you travel past the first hay field, a manager's quarters with garage, then the old homestead. A bit farther up the knoll, an event-worthy Pennsylvania-style, 7-stall barn comes into view as well as the 120'x70' indoor arena. Drop over into the private oasis to an incredible 36'x120' machine shop and equipment shed and finally a spectacular 4,450 square foot custom timber-frame home over looking the kayaking pond and hay fields. A wall of windows frames the Cabinet Mountain views as the backdrop to timber, hay meadows and the scenic pond.
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