The Montana realtors association says it is the highest-valued real estate sale in the state’s history.
The sale of the 5-bedroom, 7-bath home, worth $2.4 million, took place Saturday at a house at 707 E. State St., Missoulas property code reads.
The sale of this house was a historic event.
The property is located in the heart of Missoulahs most famous area.
The house was purchased in 2011 by John and Sue Stokes and it was the first home in the area to be purchased by a couple with two children.
The home is the newest addition to the Stokes’ house.
It was purchased for $2 million, which is a record high for Missouas real estate market, the association said in a statement.
The house is the largest single sale for the Stocks’ home in Montana history, with previous high sales for the home totaling $2,078,000 in 2014.
The last time a single sale was this high was in the early 2000s when a single purchase for a 7-bedroom home in Missoulah.
The previous record was set in 2012 when a sale for a 9-bedroom house in Missouis home code was set at $1.7 million.
The Stokes bought the home for $4,100,000 when they bought the Stoke house in 2001, the same year the Stokers were married.
The Stokes have two children, six grandchildren and one great grandchild.
The couple also have two cats.