These Luxury Properties Offer 4 Compelling Reasons To Move To Northwest Montana

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These luxury homes in northern Montana offer privacy, modern amenities and an intimate connection to nature.

Whether you are looking for adventure or seeking tranquility, there is an undeniable allure to Big Sky Country’s stunning natural landscape with its snow-capped mountains and rolling green fields.

After all, it is here where some of the country’s most famous national parks can be found, along with state treasures like Lone Pine State Park, Wild Horse Island State Park and Therriault Pass. Whatever your speed, you can enjoy an abundance of year-round activities in Montana to keep you active outdoors, including skiing, snowshoeing, horseback riding, fly fishing, camping, mountain biking, hiking, hunting, or just breathing in that clean mountain air.

From an off-the-grid masterpiece at Glacier National Park to a private lake retreat, here are four properties to consider moving to in northwest Montana.

Own your own secluded piece prime Montana wilderness with a self-sufficient home complete with a solar array with back up generators and batteries. (NATIONAL PARKS REALTY)

Glacier National Adjacent And Off-The Grid

If you have always yearned for the opportunity to live completely “off the grid,” here is your chance. This four-bedroom beauty is located just steps from the Polebridge entrance to Glacier National Park and sits on five private acres in the middle of the wilderness.

Lindsey Hromadka of National Parks Realty is the listing agent for 620 Glacier Drive, Polebridge, Montana. The asking price is $2.2 million. (NATIONAL PARKS REALTY)

Built in 2011, the four-story architectural marvel offers 3,358 square feet of space that tops off with a “cupola” where you can take in 360-degree views of Glacier National Park, Canada and Flathead National Forest.

The property takes in 360-degree views of Glacier National Park, Canada and Flathead National Forest. (NATIONAL PARKS REALTY)

From solar power and backup generators to several wood-burning stoves, the efficient and self-sufficient house offers a true chance to live off the land. Luxury amenities at this unique octagonal home feature custom tile work, beautiful hardwood floors and a newly built in-law unit that could be used for guests, a home office or to provide additional income.

A private lake is just one of the perks at this property ripe for development in Eureka, Montana. (NATIONAL PARKS REALTY)

Casting Interest On Lick Lake

For anyone with a creative spirit and a desire to have your own private lake to fish from, this property offers nearly 63 wide open acres to build the home of your dreams.

The property features three existing wells, a high-speed internet connection and underground power running to the heart of property. (NATIONAL PARKS REALTY)

Located off a paved county-maintained road on Lick Lake near Glacier National Park, the property offers endless potential with three wells, two septic systems, high-speed fiber and dedicated power. There’s also a newly built 1,200-square-foot shop on premise.

Sarah Judd of National Parks Realty is the listing agent for 3158 Glen Lake Road, Eureka, Montana. The asking price is $2.47 million. (NATIONAL PARKS REALTY)

Imagine listening to the serene sounds of a running creek while taking in the spectacular mountain views of Therriault Pass from your newly built front porch. The property is located near four ski resorts and about 45 minutes north of Whitefish and 15 minutes south of Eureka.

Need room for a crowd? This log-style compound features multiple structures and two docks on Flathead Lake. (NATIONAL PARKS REALTY)

Lodge-Style Living Along The Banks Of Flathead Lake

Nothing says Montana living quite like a spectacular log-style lodge, and it’s even better when it comes with frontage along Flathead Lake. The sprawling 9,218-square-foot main residence is accompanied by a two-bedroom guest home and three-bedroom cottage.

The main residence features a vaulted-ceiling great room and adjacent chef’s kitchen. (NATIONAL PARKS REALTY)

With 295 feet of lake frontage and an enormous home designed for entertaining and easy living, it’s easy to see why this mansion was a Parade of Homes winner. From the two-story, light-filled family room with a spectacular floor-to-ceiling fireplace and walls of windows overlooking the lake to the enormous chef’s kitchen and huge pantry, this mega home offers an incredible open floor plan.

Denise Belt of National Parks Realty is the listing agent for 22743 E. Shore Route, Bigfork, Montana. The asking price is $8.195 million. (NATIONAL PARKS REALTY)

There are four guest suites, a game room, bar, sauna, and heated garage while the exterior features exquisite landscaping, a private waterfront pavilion, bar, barbecue grill, two docks and your own private cherry orchard.

Fly-in, fly-out access and modern design collide at this modern compound in Whitefish, Montana. (NATIONAL PARKS REALTY)

Fly-In, Fly-Out Access Near Downtown Whitefish

With stunning views of Whitefish Mountain, this modern 5,720-square-foot beauty is just 1.5 miles from downtown Whitefish. The five-bedroom contemporary was built in 2019 and sits on 2.5 acres.

Joy Keuylian of National Parks Realty is the listing agent for 465 Armory Road, Whitefish, Montana. The asking price is $3.299 million. (NATIONAL PARKS REALTY)

Stepping inside the eye-catching design reveals modern living spaces featuring massive floor-to-ceiling windows that provide breathtaking mountain views and an open floor plan. A primary suite can be found on the first floor with three more spacious bedrooms upstairs. There are also two chef’s kitchens here and the finished lower level offers an additional en suite bedroom.

Head up to the third floor where you can relax and take in the 360-degree mountain views from the indoor Sundance spa. The sale of the property also includes approved plans for a 2,300-square-foot guest house and airplane hangar.