Real Estate in Livingston, MT – Paradise Valley, Montana Listings
A Livingston, Montana House Costs $370,000 (median sales price), March 2021
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Livingston Real Estate Charts and Median Sales Prices
The March 2021 update for real estate in Livingston, Montana: The median sales price for a home in Livingston, Montana is $370,000, no increase from January 2021’s price.
Average sales price for a Livingston, MT home is $504,000. (median vs average? explained here)
⇑ Sales price for Livingston homes has been consistently increasing for the past decade, mostly above 10%/year.
In the last 7 years, median sales price ⇑ has gone from $179,000 in Q1 2014 to $375,000 in Q1 2021, an increase of ⇑ $196,000, or about ⇑ 109%, in the past 7 years.
Median sales price for homes in Q1 2020 was $315,000. Median sales price for Livingston, MT homes has increased $50,000, ⇑ 15%, to $375,000, in the past year.
Previous year increases in Livingston, MT median home prices are as follows: 2016, ⇑ 10%; 2017, ⇑ 15%; 2018, ⇑ 13%; 2019, ⇑ 5%; 2020, ⇑ 17%.
Prior to Lewis and Clark’s expedition passing through Montana in 1805-1806, the Crow Indians had full reign of the Livingston and Paradise valley region.
In 1872, in Gardiner, Montana, south of Livingston, the nation’s first federal park, Yellowstone National Park, was established by President Ulysses S. Grant and the United States Congress.
Though autos were allowed in the Park at this time, nonetheless, from 1883 to 1915, tourists preferred taking the train from Livingston right up to the North—the original–entrance of the Park at Gardiner, Montana.
Did you know the US Army managed and then saved Yellowstone National Park during the period 1886 to 1918, when the US government had taken control?
Modern Livingston, MT
Over the decades, Livingston, MT has become an arts Mecca with many artists and writers living in the area’s distinct, old downtown homes or unique mountain and valley properties.
Downtown Livingston, Montana has over 15 art galleries and more than 200 artisans who live and work throughout Park County, Montana.
Many locals and tourists from around the world recreate in the Paradise Valley (Teddy Roosevelt’s gateway to Yellowstone National Park) and its preeminent Absaroka Mountains.