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Home For Sale in Eureka, Montana

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307 2nd Avenue East

Eureka, Montana 59917

NMAR-MLS# 21709951

$175,000

Residential

Status: Active

3 Bd 2 Ba 1,840 Sq Ft 0.15 Acres 33 Photos
 
 
 
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This fully remodeled rancher has a great location on a quiet street and is within walking distance to the school and in town shops. It has new plumbing, electrical, siding, flooring, counter tops, tiled showers and much more! It also has a fantastic open living room and entryway. This is a must see for anyone who wants to live in town. Contact Paull today 760-835-6992, or your RE professional
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  • Price: $175,000
  • Square Feet: 1,840
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Lot Size: 0.15 acres
  • Roof: Metal
  • Waterfront: None
  • State: Montana
  • County: Lincoln
  • City: Eureka
  • Zip Code: 59917
  • Status: Active
  • Listing Source: NMAR-MLS# 21709951
  • Enhanced Listing: False
  • Covenant: No
  • Taxes: $1,175.77
  • Tax Year: 2017
  • School District: District No. 13
  • Zoning: N/A
  • HOA: None
  • HOA Dues: $0
  • Bank Owned: No
  • Short-Sale: No

Broker IDX cooperating listing agent Paull A. Veroulis. Cooperating listing office Lancaster and Company.

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Factoid About The Eureka Area
Did You Know...The Kootenai Lived in Eureka First?
Kootenai country (i.e., N Montana, N Idaho, and SE British Columbia). Some scholars think that their language is a from a branch of the Algonquian-Wakashan linguistic stock, although others argue that it has not been definitely related to any known linguistic family, which would make it wholly unqiue.

The Upper Kootenai lived near the headwaters of the Columbia River, and the Lower Kootenai lived on the Lower Kootenai River. According to their tradition and stories the Kootenai once lived E of the Rocky Mts., but they were driven westward by their enemies the Blackfoot. The Kootenai culture was essentially that of the Plateau area, but after they discovered horses, the Kootenai adopted many of the traits belonging to the Plains tribes, like seasonal buffalo hunts.

They first made contact with white men early in the 19th century when the North West Company established Rocky Mountain House on the upper Saskatchewan River. In 1807, the same company opened the first trading post in Kootenai country. Today a group of the Kootenai live with the Salish on the Flathead Reservation in NW Montana. The name is sometimes spelled Kootenay or Kutenai.
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