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Ennis

POPULATION

1,025

AVERAGE TEMP
83° AVG JULY HIGH | 17° AVG JAN. LOW
AVERAGE INCOME
$42,917 PER HOUSEHOLD
AVERAGE COMMUTE TIME
19.8 MINUTES
PROJECTED JOB GROWTH
38.3% OVER 10 YEARS
CLEAR DAYS PER YEAR

185

About

Previously cattle country with over 70 ranches, today’s Madison Valley thrives on recreation, tourism, and construction. With no heavy industry, air and waters are natural and pure; perfect for telecommuters, retirees, and seasonal residents. This is a place where handshakes still have value and the concept of being a good neighbor thrives.

According to the Greater Yellowstone Coalition, “Taken as a whole, the entire Madison River watershed is one of the most ecologically intact corners of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Island–like mountain ranges connected by sweeping agricultural lands provide great habitat for a variety of wildlife. The Madison River and its tributaries are famous worldwide for their trout fishing. Abundant wildlife – from large elk herds to solitary grizzly bears – move with the seasons in search of food and shelter, often between public and private land, without recognizable boundaries. Madison Valley, with Ennis at its heart, is a wildlife corridor to wildlands north and west of Yellowstone Park.”

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Residential Market Stats

43
Sales
(Past 12 Months)
$725,000
Median Sales Price
(Past 12 Months)
$339
Price Per SF
(Past 12 Months)
28
Available Listings
(As of today)
6
Under Contract
(As of today)
6
New To Market
(Past 30 Days)

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Topography, Climate, & Environment

The Madison Valley is a narrow north south valley lying between the Madison Range and the Gravelly Range of the Beaverhead National Forest. The terrain varies from lush riverbanks and flat pasture land to rocky benches and forested mountains. The elevation ranges from 5,000 feet in Ennis to nearly 11,000 feet in the surrounding peaks.

    Spring and Fall: These “shoulder” seasons are short–lived, but much appreciated. Spring rains and melting snows bring green grass and wildflowers to the rangelands and mountain pastures. Fall is punctuated by a change in colors as Aspen trees turn golden and pasture land and grasses turn beige. Fall is the most outstanding season of the year in the valley.
    Winter: Wintertime brings snow and cold weather, but the sun shines throughout. Temperatures average in the 30’s, with short below–zero cold snaps. The beauty of frosted trees and snow capped peaks make winter a treasured time.
    Summer: Summer weather is pleasantly cool with low humidity, temperatures seldom reaching 90, and crisp nights and mornings (so use layering).

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