The house was bequeathed to their daughter, who then sold it to the church in Helena and it became the residence for several bishops in the coming years. The Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth, who came from Kansas, bought the house and it became their convent. In 1969, the former governor Tim Babcock and his wife bought the house and conducted renovations. Further renovations took place in the 1990s. It is not immediately clear who owns the house now, but as of February 2015, it appears to be up for sale.