Miles City, Montana

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Diamond J Ranch

Caprock road, Miles City, Montana 59301

2Bedroom(s)
1Bathroom(s)
11Picture(s)
13,530Acre
Located 35 miles North of Miles City MT, the Diamond J Ranch is a 400-450 AU ranch with an excellent hay base. Livestock water development completed in the last 5 years, including 3 new solar wells and 1 new electric well, several miles of pipelines with new tanks. There are several dams and springs as well. Fences are in good to new condition.
$5,450,000

Diamond J Ranch

Caprock road, Miles City, Montana 59301
2Bedroom(s)
1Bathroom(s)
13,530Acre
Visits: 1930
Located 35 miles North of Miles City MT, the Diamond J Ranch is a 400-450 AU ranch with an excellent hay base. Livestock water development completed in the last 5 years, including 3 new solar wells and 1 new electric well, several miles of pipelines with new tanks. There are several dams and springs as well. Fences are in good to new condition.
$5,450,000

Diamond J Ranch

Caprock road, Miles City, Montana 59301
2Bedroom(s)
1Bathroom(s)
$5,450,000

Commercial lot

1916 Haynes Ave, Miles City, Montana 59301

12Picture(s)
56.59Acre
Opportunities abound with this South Haynes Avenue acreage.Consists of 56.59 acres located between the Miles City Hotel & Suites & the Super 8 Motel. This Tract is in the prime area for development. Located South of I-94 and Highway 59 South in Miles City, Mt. Across the street is the new Cenex Truck Stop.
$4,900,000

Commercial lot

1916 Haynes Ave, Miles City, Montana 59301
56.59Acre
Visits: 234
Opportunities abound with this South Haynes Avenue acreage.Consists of 56.59 acres located between the Miles City Hotel & Suites & the Super 8 Motel. This Tract is in the prime area for development. Located South of I-94 and Highway 59 South in Miles City, Mt. Across the street is the new Cenex Truck Stop.
$4,900,000

Commercial lot

1916 Haynes Ave, Miles City, Montana 59301
$4,900,000

Commercial lot

1713 S Haynes Ave., Miles City, Montana 59301

7Picture(s)
11.77Acre
Located just south of the I-94 and HWY 59S intersection 11.773 acres of raw land that is commercial zoned for development. Comfort Inn motel, New Hunan restaurant and the new Cenex Ziptrip truck stop are adjacent to this property. Across the street is the Miles City Hotel and Suites, Bucking Horse Saloon and the Fairbridge Inn.
$2,205,000

Commercial lot

1713 S Haynes Ave., Miles City, Montana 59301
11.77Acre
Visits: 617
Located just south of the I-94 and HWY 59S intersection 11.773 acres of raw land that is commercial zoned for development. Comfort Inn motel, New Hunan restaurant and the new Cenex Ziptrip truck stop are adjacent to this property. Across the street is the Miles City Hotel and Suites, Bucking Horse Saloon and the Fairbridge Inn.
$2,205,000

Commercial lot

1713 S Haynes Ave., Miles City, Montana 59301
$2,205,000

Commercial lot

Comstock, Miles City, Montana 59301

10Picture(s)
10.17Acre
Located just east of Haynes Avenue south, these 5 lots are available for your development. The property was used as a RV park for years. There is a nice office with laundry and showers. This building could be converted to other uses as needed. The property is 5 separate tracts, these can be purchased individually or in any combination as needed. The lots are priced as follows, Lot 1A $585,000.
$1,779,000

Commercial lot

Comstock, Miles City, Montana 59301
10.17Acre
Visits: 972
Located just east of Haynes Avenue south, these 5 lots are available for your development. The property was used as a RV park for years. There is a nice office with laundry and showers. This building could be converted to other uses as needed. The property is 5 separate tracts, these can be purchased individually or in any combination as needed. The lots are priced as follows, Lot 1A $585,000.
$1,779,000

Commercial lot

Comstock, Miles City, Montana 59301
$1,779,000

Commercial lot

3010 Stower St, Miles City, Montana 59301

9Picture(s)
1.09Acre
The best retail location in Miles City MT. High traffic intersection of Haynes Avenue south and Stower Street. This building is in the heart of the Haynes Avenue retail trade corridor. The property has had excellent rental history with several long term tenants. There is a 1,314' space available at this time. The leases are structured as 5 year leases. Details will be provided to qualified buyers.
$1,480,000

Commercial lot

3010 Stower St, Miles City, Montana 59301
1.09Acre
Visits: 247
The best retail location in Miles City MT. High traffic intersection of Haynes Avenue south and Stower Street. This building is in the heart of the Haynes Avenue retail trade corridor. The property has had excellent rental history with several long term tenants. There is a 1,314' space available at this time. The leases are structured as 5 year leases. Details will be provided to qualified buyers.
$1,480,000

Commercial lot

3010 Stower St, Miles City, Montana 59301
$1,480,000

Vacant land

Sewell, Miles City, Montana 59301

5Picture(s)
15Acre
This property is undeveloped. Could be used for commercial development or housing development, but is currently Ag zoned. Located out of the flood zone. Great location. There is currently a house on the property which would need many repairs.
$1,100,000

Vacant land

Sewell, Miles City, Montana 59301
15Acre
Visits: 63
This property is undeveloped. Could be used for commercial development or housing development, but is currently Ag zoned. Located out of the flood zone. Great location. There is currently a house on the property which would need many repairs.
$1,100,000

Vacant land

Sewell, Miles City, Montana 59301
$1,100,000

Commercial building

3020 Stower St, Miles City, Montana 59301

9Picture(s)
4,906Sqft
Asking price includes a Montana all beverage liquor license. Located in the South Haynes retail corridor, this location has been successful as a restaurant and bar since 1999. The building and parking lot have been maintained by the owner making it an appealing place to dine and entertain. There is 4,906' feet of finished interior space and 850' of patio.
$1,020,000

Commercial building

3020 Stower St, Miles City, Montana 59301
4,906Sqft
Visits: 306
Asking price includes a Montana all beverage liquor license. Located in the South Haynes retail corridor, this location has been successful as a restaurant and bar since 1999. The building and parking lot have been maintained by the owner making it an appealing place to dine and entertain. There is 4,906' feet of finished interior space and 850' of patio.
$1,020,000

Commercial building

3020 Stower St, Miles City, Montana 59301
$1,020,000

Vacant land

Hwy 59, Miles City, Montana 59301

1Picture(s)
87Acre
Located South of Miles City's major I-90 Exit 138, Property includes highway frontage on HWY 59 toward Broadus, Currently zoned as agricultural ground, The property is close to commercial development
$985,000

Vacant land

Hwy 59, Miles City, Montana 59301
87Acre
Visits: 269
Located South of Miles City's major I-90 Exit 138, Property includes highway frontage on HWY 59 toward Broadus, Currently zoned as agricultural ground, The property is close to commercial development
$985,000

Vacant land

Hwy 59, Miles City, Montana 59301
$985,000

Single family building

422 East Silo Loop, Miles City, Montana 59301

3Bedroom(s)
1.75Bathroom(s)
14Picture(s)
1,400Sqft
Tract 1A. 90.4+/- acres of which 84.5 is irrigated. 2 new Valley pivots were installed 2017. 78 acres under pivot and 6.5+/- flood irrigated. Planted to alfalfa in 2014. Average production is 5t+/- per acre. Property is perimeter fenced and has a good artesian well for livestock water.Tract 1B. 4.13 acres of which 1.5+/- is flood irrigated. A new Modular house set on crawlspace in 2014.
$750,000

Single family building

422 East Silo Loop, Miles City, Montana 59301
3Bedroom(s)
1.75Bathroom(s)
1,400Sqft
Visits: 419
Tract 1A. 90.4+/- acres of which 84.5 is irrigated. 2 new Valley pivots were installed 2017. 78 acres under pivot and 6.5+/- flood irrigated. Planted to alfalfa in 2014. Average production is 5t+/- per acre. Property is perimeter fenced and has a good artesian well for livestock water.Tract 1B. 4.13 acres of which 1.5+/- is flood irrigated. A new Modular house set on crawlspace in 2014.
$750,000

Single family building

422 East Silo Loop, Miles City, Montana 59301
3Bedroom(s)
1.75Bathroom(s)
$750,000

422 East Silo Loop road

Miles City, Montana 59301

3Bedroom(s)
2Bathroom(s)
10Picture(s)
1,400Sqft
Tract 1A. 90.4+/- acres of which 84.5 is irrigated. 2 new Valley pivots were installed 2017. 78 acres under pivot and 6.5+/- flood irrigated. Planted to alfalfa in 2014. Average production is 5t+/- per acre. Property is perimeter fenced and has a good artesian well for livestock water.Tract 1B. 4.13 acres of which 1.5+/- is flood irrigated. A new Modular house set on crawlspace in 2014.
$750,000

422 East Silo Loop road

Miles City, Montana 59301
3Bedroom(s)
2Bathroom(s)
1,400Sqft
Visits: 1216
Tract 1A. 90.4+/- acres of which 84.5 is irrigated. 2 new Valley pivots were installed 2017. 78 acres under pivot and 6.5+/- flood irrigated. Planted to alfalfa in 2014. Average production is 5t+/- per acre. Property is perimeter fenced and has a good artesian well for livestock water.Tract 1B. 4.13 acres of which 1.5+/- is flood irrigated. A new Modular house set on crawlspace in 2014.
$750,000

422 East Silo Loop road

Miles City, Montana 59301
3Bedroom(s)
2Bathroom(s)
$750,000

Single family building

1918 Main St, Miles City, Montana 59301

6Bedroom(s)
7Bathroom(s)
28Picture(s)
4,816Sqft
This historic home is a one of a kind treasure in Miles City, Montana. It has not only been beautifully and meticulously restored, but also enhanced and updated, all while maintaining its integrity and charm. You enter the home and become immediately in awe of the pristine oak floors, paneling, trim, and crown molding.
$650,000

Single family building

1918 Main St, Miles City, Montana 59301
6Bedroom(s)
7Bathroom(s)
4,816Sqft
Visits: 248
This historic home is a one of a kind treasure in Miles City, Montana. It has not only been beautifully and meticulously restored, but also enhanced and updated, all while maintaining its integrity and charm. You enter the home and become immediately in awe of the pristine oak floors, paneling, trim, and crown molding.
$650,000

Single family building

1918 Main St, Miles City, Montana 59301
6Bedroom(s)
7Bathroom(s)
$650,000

Single family building

726 Tongue River Road, Miles City, Montana 59301

3Bedroom(s)
2Bathroom(s)
35Picture(s)
3,247Sqft
One of a kind residence located on the bank of the Tongue River; 20 minutes from Miles City. A beautifully landscaped home with a pool and large patio area. Inside the home, you will find a beautifully designed kitchen with WOLF Appliances, Granite counter top, custom cabinets and hammered copper sink. No detail is spared.
$650,000

Single family building

726 Tongue River Road, Miles City, Montana 59301
3Bedroom(s)
2Bathroom(s)
3,247Sqft
Visits: 459
One of a kind residence located on the bank of the Tongue River; 20 minutes from Miles City. A beautifully landscaped home with a pool and large patio area. Inside the home, you will find a beautifully designed kitchen with WOLF Appliances, Granite counter top, custom cabinets and hammered copper sink. No detail is spared.
$650,000

Single family building

726 Tongue River Road, Miles City, Montana 59301
3Bedroom(s)
2Bathroom(s)
$650,000
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Information about Miles City, Montana

 

Miles City Montana Homes For Sale

History
Miles City, 1881
After the Battle of the Little Bighorn in 1876, the U.S. Army created forts in eastern Montana, including one where the north-flowing Tongue River flowed into the east-flowing Yellowstone River. The first fort was known as the Tongue River Cantonment or the Tongue River Barracks and was founded on August 27, 1876. A second, permanent fort was constructed on higher ground two miles to the west of the mouth of the Tongue and this became Fort Keogh.

Fort Keogh (named after Captain Myles Keogh, one of the battle dead, whose horse, Comanche, was the lone survivor of Custer’s command) started as a few rough winter cabins, but grew into a moderate sized western fort, from which its commander, General Nelson A. Miles, effectively brought the remaining “uncontrolled” Native Americans into subjugation during the last decade of the 1800s.
Nelson Miles said that “whiskey caused him more trouble than the Indians” and, after tiring of drunken soldiers causing problems during the winter campaign, evicted the sutlers who provided “liquid stock” in the spring of 1877. Moving two miles due east of the Tongue River Cantonment, these early merchants founded the first Miles City. Although fondly referred to as “Milestown,” the first post office and first official plat both called the town “Miles City.” When the old cantonment moved two miles west, the town literally picked up and followed, moving to the current site. The last occupants of Old Miles City stayed on until 1900 but the new community was the one that grew.
Before the town itself was founded, George Miles, the nephew of General Miles, who had accompanied his uncle on the western expedition and served in the quartermasters office, bought a herd of sheep, the first of many commercial enterprises in his involvement with the core founders of the town.
Livestock speculation brought thousands of cattle to the open ranges in the late 1880s, the railroad was extended through the area, and Texas drove numerous cattle to Miles City to fatten them on free grass and move them to where they could be loaded on trains bound for the slaughterhouses in Chicago.
Miles City established a municipal electric utility around 1887 and it was a source of civic pride (as any city would have towards its own utilities) until a traveling employee of Minnesota Northern Power (predecessor of MDU Resources Group, Inc.) told the city council “the emperor has no clothes;” i.e., the system was far less efficient and in worse shape than they thought. The city council eventually put the question to the voters who instructed the city to sell the utility. By this time, the people with the Montana Power Company (now NorthWestern Energy’s Montana division) became aware of this and were soon locked in an epic battle with Minnesota Northern over the franchise. A franchise election was held to determine who would serve Miles City on June 28, 1927. Minnesota Northern won by a scant 16 votes.
Miles City experienced rapid growth until the 1920s and 1930s, but became overshadowed by the upstart upriver town of Billings, which was at the cross roads of transportation routes, and it became a banking center, oil refining center, and medical service center and is now the largest city in the state.
The publicly owned Miles City Municipal Airport is located less than two miles (3 km) from town. Notably, it was the site of an early scheduled airline crash, involving Northwest Airlines Flight 1, which caught fire and crashed shortly after takeoff in January, 1939.

Geography
Miles City is located at 46°24′30″N 105°50′24″W (46.408460, -105.840093), at an altitude of 2369 feet (722 m).
According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 3.34 square miles (8.65 km2), all land.

Events
The largest event of the year is the Miles City Bucking Horse Sale held in May. Miles City is also home to the Eastern Montana Fair and is the commercial hub of southeastern Montana. The sale is generally held regardless of weather.

Education
Miles Community College was founded in 1939. The current average student to faculty ratio is 11:1; class sizes range from 8 to 50 students; and over 85% of the students qualify for financial aid. Miles Community College also features free tutoring at the Center for Academic Success. The Judson H. Flower, Jr. Library is located within the main building of Miles Community College, and is equipped with computer lab and INFOTRAC.
Custer County District High School is the only high school in the entire county; some students drive as many as 60 miles (97 km) to school. Much of the population’s livelihood involves agriculture – entirely or in part; therefore, the National FFA Organization (Future Farmers of America) organization is very active and about 20% of the student population belong to it. The school is famous for its Chorale, which travels extensively including a trip to Carnegie Hall in NYC in 2005 and a trip to Washington D.C. in 2007. The school boasts that its seniors have an average ACT score of 23 and that 57% of the graduating seniors go on to complete their education at a 4-year university.
Miles City also has 4 elementary schools, Lincoln (4-6), Highland Park (k-3), Jefferson (k-3), Garfield (k-6) and a middle school, Washington School (7 and 8). Washington Middle School boasts many extra curricular activities, including sports, builder’s club and student council. There is also one parochial school, Sacred Heart (pre K-8).

Places of interest
Woodruff Park provides picnic opportunities in the Pine Hills east of town on the road to Baker (Hwy 12). Spotted Eagle recreation area provides picnic, fishing, swimming, and hiking. Also on the Baker road, but much closer to town, just past the Interstate, are the Strawberry Hills, good for short hikes and climbs. The highest point in the vicinity is Signal Butte (3,051 feet / 929.94 meters above sea level), said to have been used by native Americans for communication, but used for decades by radio and sometimes TV antennas. Signal Butte lies at the edge of an area of badlands, a striking arid vista of eroded sedimentary soil, sporting multi-colored layers exposed by the erosion. The land contains sandstone formations in the midst of sagebrush and cedar trees growing in a soil that turns to gumbo when wet. Airport Hill is the elevated bluff of the north bank of the Yellowstone River, and Paragon Pit is a remote area of the north bank opposite of Fort Keogh frequented by teenagers over the years. 12 Mile Dam spans the Tongue River and attracts teens in the summer for water sport. Being shallow, the Tongue River is often used for tubing. The former Fort Keogh once boasted an Air Force radar station and still houses a state Extension Experiment Station. Across the highway is the site of a state fish hatchery, and nearby, a double humped butte is known locally as “Camelback”. Miles City lies at the mouth of the north flowing Tongue River as it empties into the eastward flowing Yellowstone River. Both rivers are fished regularly, but yield mostly catfish, carp and a junk fish known locally as “shiners”. Many local reservoirs are stocked with edible fish from the hatchery in Miles City.

All information about Miles City is courtesy of Wikipedia.

Photo by © 2017 Luci Heller

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