SOLD!! Forsyth, MT 321 Cedar Street, Forsyth, Montana

Listing ID: PROP-6944
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2
Lot Size: 6969 sq ft
Living Area: 1442 sq ft
October 18, 2018


This is a single level home, recently updated, with tile in the bathrooms, stainless steel appliances and a newer water heater. The home has 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and a large bonus room that would make a great office or toy room. You’ll love the charm of the kitchen and the warmth of the cozy fireplace.

Great oversized 1 car garage with a workbench and built-in storage. This home even has room to park a boat or an RV!

Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms: 2

Large bonus room

Lot size: 6969 sq ft

Living area: 1442 sq ft

Asking price: SOLD

Call Sheena Schiffer at 406-600-5610 for more information


The city of Forsyth is the seat of Rosebud County, which is the fourth largest county in the state, but is one of the most sparsely populated. It is located in a valley along the Yellowstone River, just off I-94. The town was established in 1880 and named after General James W. Forsyth, who served as a U.S. Army officer and General. The Northern Pacific Railroad arrived in Forsyth in 1882. The economy today is still fueled by the BNSF railroad.

With approximately 1,900 residents, Forsyth has a strong sense of community and hometown values. Many families are involved in extracurricular activities such as 4-H, Boy Scouts, wrestling, football, basketball, volleyball, soccer, track, etcetera. Many locals enjoy the Rosebud-Treasure County Fair, Ducks Days which combines a car show, a parade and a street dance, the Parade of Lights, and other community events. Every year the town hosts the Mathew Quigley Match, which is the largest Buffalo Rifle Match in the world.

For such a small community, there are quite a few job opportunities ranging from farming and ranching, to the railroad, coal mining, and other various small businesses.   The town has great schools, a library, a swimming pool, parks, a movie theater, a bowling alley, and a golf course. There is also a hospital and nursing home, social and medical services, assisted living, and a retirement living community.

Residents enjoy fishing, boating, and floating. People come from all around to hunt for big game such as antelope, deer and elk. There is also plenty of good bird hunting. The wide-open spaces and uncrowded conditions of eastern Montana are like no other.


The town of Rosebud was originally explored by fur trappers and traders, with nearby Rosebud Creek being popular for its plentiful beavers. Today, the town is mostly a small farming and ranching community. Many of the children who attend the K-12 school come from agricultural backgrounds.

Rosebud is located just off I-94, about 10 minutes east of the town of Forsyth and 30 minutes west of Miles City. The county is one of the most sparsely populated counties in the state with about 1.5 square miles per person. The county’s leading sources of income come from agriculture, tourism, railroad, coal mining and electricity generation. Agriculture is the root of the development of Rosebud County. Livestock production has played a significant role in the agricultural operations of the county. The valley of the Yellowstone River assists in production of an abundance of irrigated crops. Other areas offer prime grassland for cattle producers and dry land farming.

The rolling hills, rugged coulees, river bottoms and wide-open spaces offer breathtaking views. The magnificent sunsets are an added benefit to this relaxing, quiet community.



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