Moss Mansion

Located at 914 Division Street between Clark & Yellowstone Avenues.

Picture by Desiree Baisden. Billings, Mt. Spring 2000.

P. B. Moss was among the many men that came to Billings early to make their fortunes. The Mansion was built for a cost $105,000, from 1901 to 1903, at a time when most homes averaged about $3,000. The Moss Mansion, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, has 28 room, is 60 feet square, eave height is about 45 feet above the foundation, and sits approximately 100 feet from the street. Mr. and Mrs. Moss, their six children, Mrs. Moss's parents, and a staff of three were the home's only residents until 1984. Then, following the death of Melville Moss, P.B. Moss's daughter, the Moss Mansion was purchased by the community of Billings to be used as a museum. Tours of the Moss Mansion are available.

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Picture Courtesy of The Western Heritage Center. Billings, Mt.

The Moss Mansion was built in the country a long way from the center of Billings, Mt. in the early 1900's.

 

Picture Courtesy of The Western Heritage Center. Billings, Mt.

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