Grant Creek (Missoula, MT)
By Brint Wahlberg, The Wahlberg Team
(Windermere Real Estate)
Grant Creek, the Goodan/Keil roads, and Butler Creek make up the more northwestern area of Missoula, a little more isolated from the rest of town these areas feature a few pocket-subdivisions that consist of mostly higher-end homes and then a mix of newer housing that sits of good sized parcels of land.  Many of which of these properties you'll still find barns, pastures, and horses on!   Starting with 2010 we saw just 18 sales with a median sales price at $305,250.  The average days on market for these 18 sales was 189 days.  The median listing price was at $314,900, suggesting that these homes sold for 97% of their original listing price.  There was just 1 foreclosure sale in 2010 for this area.   Moving ahead to 2011 the amount of sales jumped up to 36, with a median sales price of $...
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By Monica Bourgeau, Authentic Marketing for Heart-Led Agents
Homes for Sale in Grant Creek - Missoula Montana Real Estate Grant Creek is a popular place to live and for real estate in Missoula MT. It has the benefit of being close to town, minutes from North Reserve, but also feeling like it's miles away. The Grant Creek area is unique to the greater Missoula valley. It is highly rural in nature and is split between city and county residents. Grant Creek is home to a large working cattle ranch and the National Wildlife Federation nature wildlife reserve and the headquarters of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation. It is bordered to the north by national forest land and by the Rattlesnake Wilderness. It is served by only one roadway which also provides the only access to the Snow Bowl Ski Area. Grant Creek is also home to a herd of elk that frequent ...
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