Thompson Falls Montana Real Estate
Thompson Falls Montana has a population of 1,500. It is located along the beautiful Clark Fork River. The county seat and is often referred to as the "banana belt of Montana" since it is usually among the warmest of Montana's reporting stations during the winter and among the coolest during the summer.
Lands on both sides of the valley are owned by the federal government and managed by the US Forest Service. Thompson Falls is just minutes and a few miles from some of the best outdoor activity opportunities in the country; if your interests tend toward hunting, hiking, snowmobiling, fishing or berry picking than Thompson Falls is for you. With rolling hills and lots of waterfront property Thompson Falls Montana Real Estate calls to the serious property buyer.
Thompson Falls offers annual events such as the Flatiron Quilt Show in April, the Rose and Perennial Garden Show in June, and the Sanders County Christmas Bazaar in December. Visit the Historic Old Jail Museum in downtown Thompson Falls. Wildlife enthusiasts can view bighorn sheep in their natural habitat just 6 miles east of town at the Koo-Koo Sint Bighorn Sheep Viewing Site.
The median income for a household in the city was $28,103, and the median income for a family was $31,544. Thompson Falls has 616 housing units with the median home value in Thompson Falls being $74,900. There are 549 occupied housing units in Thompson Falls, 396 are occupied by owners and 153 are non-owner occupied. The average household size of owner occupied is 2.42000 and 2.20000 renter occupied. Thompson Falls has all city services and a high school, middle school and elementary school.
Thompson Falls offers many traveler-friendly establishments that locals also enjoy. Whether you're looking for a light lunch or some hearty home cooking, Thompson Falls has several great restaurants to choose from. If you plan to spend a few days here there are a variety of motels and RV parks. You will discover many fine stores featuring clothing, gifts, antiques, souvenirs, hand made quilts, Montana Made Products, art galleries, florists, foods, convenience items, hardware, and just about anything a person could need.