schedule-a-viewing.com/lmb/107d64502a FOR RENT IN HAMILTON downtown location. Well maintained apartment within walking distance to coffee, department stores, grocery store, Post Office, and much more. Onsite coin operated washer and dryer.
Decorative brickwork ornaments this two-story Western Commercial style building constructed for jeweler Frank L. Burns. The Canadian-born Burns came to Hamilton in 1894, four years after the town's founding. He originally ran his business from a one-story wooden building on this site. But in 1906, a giant steam shovel began excavating the Big Ditch. Bitterrooters hoped this irrigation canal would transform their valley into an oasis, and Burns saw an opportunity for expansion. His new fifty-by-seventy-foot building included two storefronts. Occupying one was his jewelry store, which in 1909 stocked a full line of watches, clocks, diamonds and small jewelry, hand painted china, cut glass, [and] souvenirs as well as musical instruments and fancy stationery. The other storefront he leased to various businesses, including a Chinese restaurant and a general store. The second floor he left undivided as a hall for entertainments and dances. As Hamilton's first large public hall, it contributed markedly to the community's social life. In later years, the second floor was reconfigured into apartments.
Balcony, deck, patio
Balcony, deck, patio
Heat - gas
Oven / range
Market rate for this listing is $725 based on the surrounding areas and market conditions.
This 1 bedroom home is listed at $470, while 1 bedroom homes...
This listing is cheaper than the average 1 bedroom home in Hamilton by $103.
Students who live in this rental at 132 Main Street #3 attend the following Hamilton K-12 Schools (Unified School District) public schools:
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Hamilton High School
Grades 9 - 12
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