Forsyth, Montana

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Commercial Building +business

1290 Front, Forsyth, Montana 59327

7Picture(s)
0.34Acre
120
Opportunity to own a successful Franchise business! The Dairy Queen is located just off I-94 on well traveled Front street of Forsyth. Building updated 2016 with added room and additional drive thru window. All equipment and inventory included in purchase of business. Ice cream machine new 2018! Large parking area.
$835,000

Commercial Building +business

1290 Front, Forsyth, Montana 59327
0.34Acre
Visits: 120
Opportunity to own a successful Franchise business! The Dairy Queen is located just off I-94 on well traveled Front street of Forsyth. Building updated 2016 with added room and additional drive thru window. All equipment and inventory included in purchase of business. Ice cream machine new 2018! Large parking area.
$835,000

Commercial Building +business

1290 Front, Forsyth, Montana 59327
$835,000

Commercial building

325 9th Ave, Forsyth, Montana 59327

2Bathroom(s)
11Picture(s)
3,984Sqft
185
Former bank branch with plenty of off street parking and two drive up teller lanes in downtown Forsyth MT.
$247,500

Commercial building

325 9th Ave, Forsyth, Montana 59327
2Bathroom(s)
3,984Sqft
Visits: 185
Former bank branch with plenty of off street parking and two drive up teller lanes in downtown Forsyth MT.
$247,500

Commercial building

325 9th Ave, Forsyth, Montana 59327
2Bathroom(s)
$247,500

Mobile home

823 Cherry Creek Rd, Forsyth, Montana 59327

1Bedroom(s)
16Picture(s)
105.53Acre
365
105.53 acres of pine trees and views for miles. Older trailer house used for a seasonal camp. A small loafing shed and round pen for the horses. Water is hauled from the association well. Property has been used as a summer horse pasture. Fantastic views with privacy. Access is by maintained gravel roads in the development.
$125,000

Mobile home

823 Cherry Creek Rd, Forsyth, Montana 59327
1Bedroom(s)
105.53Acre
Visits: 365
105.53 acres of pine trees and views for miles. Older trailer house used for a seasonal camp. A small loafing shed and round pen for the horses. Water is hauled from the association well. Property has been used as a summer horse pasture. Fantastic views with privacy. Access is by maintained gravel roads in the development.
$125,000

Mobile home

823 Cherry Creek Rd, Forsyth, Montana 59327
1Bedroom(s)
$125,000

Commercial Land

1335 Front St, Forsyth, Montana 59327

14Picture(s)
0.80Acre
382
Commercial lot with canopy and small office building. 2 bare lots in the back. Lots have been used for a car lot the last 18 years. Great access and visibility. Excellent location just off the interstate exit. City services and MDU on or adjacent to the lots.
$125,000

Commercial Land

1335 Front St, Forsyth, Montana 59327
0.80Acre
Visits: 382
Commercial lot with canopy and small office building. 2 bare lots in the back. Lots have been used for a car lot the last 18 years. Great access and visibility. Excellent location just off the interstate exit. City services and MDU on or adjacent to the lots.
$125,000

Commercial Land

1335 Front St, Forsyth, Montana 59327
$125,000
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    Information about Forsyth, Montana

    Forsyth is a city in and the county seat of Rosebud County, Montana, United States.[4] The population was 1,777 at the 2010 census. Forsyth was established in 1876 as the first settlement on the Yellowstone River, and in 1882 residents named the town after General James William Forsyth who commanded Fort Maginnis, Montana during the Indian Wars and the 7th Cavalry at the Wounded Knee Massacre. The town has long been a transportation nexus, starting with steamboats on the river and progressing to the Northern Pacific Railway and Interstate 94.

    History
    Forsyth was established as a settlement on the Yellowstone in 1876 as a steamboat landing supporting United States Army operations in the Indian Wars.
    In 1882, Thomas Alexander traded land to the Northern Pacific Railway to start the town, and developed four buildings on main street.
    In 1894, 500 men of the socialist Coxey’s Army inspired by Jacob Coxey and led by William Hogan, commandeered a Northern Pacific Railway train for a trip to Washington, DC. They fought Federal Marshals on the way, and were finally apprehended in Forsyth on April 25, with the help of the Army, by Troop L, Eighth Cavalry from Fort Keogh, the Cheyenne soldiers known as “Casey’s scouts.” This incident marked one of the few instances where Native American troops were used against whites. Although some escapes occurred, most of the Coxey’s Army supporters were taken to Helena as prisoners.
    In the 1980s Forsyth served as the home of the United States Air Force 1st Combat Evaluation Group Detachment 18, evaluating radar observability for B-52’s on training runs.

    Education
    The Forsyth High School offers a variety classes and is developing capabilities under a technology plan to prepare its students for higher education. The plan has been updated frequently since 1997, and features plans for maintaining internet capability, and laboratory instrument capabilities.
    The Forsyth Dogies play in the 3B conference with the Baker Spartans, Colstrip Colts, Lame Deer Morningstars, Lodge Grass Indians, and Broadus Hawks. The school colors are purple and white.

    All information about Forsyth, Montana is courtesy of Wikipedia.
    Photo by © 2008 Larry D. Moore

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