Savoir Faire Properties is located in the heart of Lake County Montana. The views in the surrounding areas are some of the most breathtaking in the west. Whether you're an outdoor adventurer or ready to retire in that perfect Montana home, you've found the brokerage that can deliver.
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Choosing the location for your forever home is a big decision.
With over 20 years as a Lake County broker and Montana resident, Wilma Hall of Savoir Faire Properties knows Montana and will help you find exactly what you’ve been looking for.
Here are a few of the local attractions in and around Lake County, Montana.
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Flathead Lake is the largest freshwater lake in the United States west of the Mississippi and the breathtaking backdrop of Lake County, Montana. In the warm months of Montana enjoy boating, diving, swimming, and fishing, and in the winter months enjoy ice fishing over the crystal clear Flathead Lake waters.
Now known as Seli’š Ksanka Qlispe’, the dam was built in 1938 to generate hydroelectric power and to raise the level of Flathead Lake. At 205 feet, this concrete arch-type dam beats the height of Niagara Falls. Walk down the 1,000 feet of wooden steps to a covered viewing area right above the falls and enjoy 360° views of the Flathead River, vertical cliffs, glimpses of Montana wildlife and the Mission Mountains.
Glacier National Park
Glacier National Park is an adventurers playground and a photographers dream. Known as ‘The Crown of the Continent,’ the park’s glacier-carved peaks and valleys running to the Canadian border create more than 700 miles of hiking trails and is crossed by the mountainous Going-to-the-Sun Road. Enjoy all your favorite outdoor sports and bring your camera to capture photos of mountain goats, historic chalets, sheer rock walls and cliffs, ancient glaciers, waterfalls and crystal clear lakes.
Spanning over 45-miles, the rugged peaks of the Mission Range jut right out of the valley floor with no foothills. The impressive terrain of the Missions is dotted with alpine lakes, small glaciers, timbered slopes, and vertical cliffs, ranging in elevation from 4,500 feet up to McDonald Peak, at 9,820 feet. This wild wilderness is a an adventurers dream and a beauty to view.
National Bison Range
Established in 1908 to protect one of the most important remaining herds of American buffalo, this 19,000-acre natural grassland is the home of approximately 400 of the great shaggy animals. In addition to the bison you may see elk, whitetail and mule deer, bighorn sheep, and pronghorn antelope.