30 Pictures of One of Montana’s Most Unique Historic Homes
If you want to own an iconic piece of Montana history, here's your chance.
For many years, Frontier Town west of Helena was a popular old west-themed tourist attraction. It was open commercially from 1948 until 2001. It is now a private residence and not open to the public.
Frontier Town was built by John R. Quigley using materials sourced from the area. The buildings were constructed using old logs and stones harvested from around Helena. Click here to read about the history of Frontier Town.
Now, this piece of history could be yours. Frontier Town is currently for sale for $1,700,000. It has been referred to as a true Montana treasure, and you have the opportunity to purchase a one-of-a-kind home located on top of the Continental Divide.
Frontier Town sits on a 41-acre lot with plenty of space to roam. Check out a description of the property below.
The personal residence includes a rustic but warm feel as you enter the living room with a large wood-burning fireplace and views galore out the huge picture window. The kitchen/dining room area is built with log and rock walls. The bedroom and full bathroom finish off this living area nicely. This property includes 42 different rooms with lots of stone and woodwork thru-out. This would be a great place for family gatherings as you have hiking, cross-country skiing and trails right out your back door.
The property also features several outbuildings including an old church. There are also 15 natural springs and a couple of private ponds. You also get quite a few antiques that are included in the purchase. If you're interested in checking it out, contact Deb Wong with Capital City Realty And Property Management in Helena.