1925 Craftsman in Troy, MT

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Added to OHD on 5/6/20   -   Last OHD Update: 3/10/21   -   3 Comments

122 E Kootenai Ave, Troy, MT 59935

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  • $119,000
  • 10 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 3408 Sq Ft
  • 0.36 Ac.
Historic Property in Downtown Troy, Montana. This property has fabulous old town charm and appeal. It is in need of someone who can restore it to its past splendor! Believed to be used as a Hotel, the home features 10 rooms, all numbered, two bathrooms that can be shared by the guests and each bedroom had its own private sink. Whether you use it for yourself, a Bed and Breakfast, a guest Hostel, or anything else you can imagine, this property has great features to highlight your imagination. The guest homes on the property may be fixable but also may need to be condemned or torn down. Buyers and their agents must be cautious on the property for hazards that can be seen and also unseen. Property sits on 5 city lots. Call to schedule your showing today!
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3 Comments on 1925 Craftsman in Troy, MT

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  1. KEYLIMEKEYLIME says: 1148 comments
    OHD Supporter

    Well this is intriguing. From time to time I’ve looked at listings for Bozeman, because of its proximity to the American Prairie restoration project but never found anything of interest in my price range, architecturally speaking. I sure like this former hotel and I would never think about removing the room numbers. They are a. treasure. What I can see of this house, I like. It doesn’t look like the floor boards will collapse under me as I traipse around. And I do know not to grab at possibly live wires.

    Sadly, it’s 6 hours from there to Bozeman and thus too far from the Prairie, in which I yearn to wander with a dog and otherwise lonely as a cloud. Buy land and move it? Might cost less than deconstruction costs of the other buildings on this property. Could what remains be sold as land? Much to dream about.

    Oh..and here is this about Troy:

    Troy is featured in Max Brooks’ post-apocalyptic zombie novel World War Z, as a safe zone for humanity.

    Good to know. In case I have to hang around for a while. You know, as I arrange for the house mover people.

  2. I love all the sinks. I have distant family in MT. Usually it doesn’t seem many properties come up in MT on OHD. VERY INTERESTING PROPERTY

  3. miles227miles227 says: 249 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1955 Storybook Ranch
    Northridge, CA

    Super interesting place. The Forest Service Green metal roof is common in the area; my house in North Idaho had one. Troy is in a stunningly beautiful area, home to Kootenai falls, which was the filming location for the “gauntlet,” which Meryl Streep navigated in The River Wild. If you need to see a medical specialist you’d likely have to drive 2.5-3 hours to Spokane, WA. Gorgeous summers and long, cozy winters.

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