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Private is one word that describes Whitefish Hills, a gated community in the recreational hub of northwest Montana.
Quiet Different: Homes built in different stages are located on 2, 5, 10, 20, 40, and 60 acres. Eagles fly across the sky.
Serenity comes in third. Equestrian and walking trails wind through open meadows and forests. It offers views of the mountains.
It is surrounded by nature, but it is convenient. Downtown Whitefish is about a 10 minute drive. Glacier Park International Airport has less than 20.
Some of the luxury homes currently for sale in private communities include: 3 bedroom house Set on 20 acres with fenced meadows and towering pines. Built in 2003 and expanded over the years, his 1.5-story home includes a recently renovated and updated master bedroom, kitchen, and office.
An Eat at Center island and peninsula separate the kitchen from the sun-drenched seating area.
Additionally, over 3,000 square feet of interior space includes a living room with a corner fireplace, an office, two full bathrooms, and a three-quarter bathroom.
To make the most of indoor-outdoor living in the four-season climate, a heavy-beamed vaulted roof with skylights includes a stacked stone fireplace, heating, and built-in barbecue for approx. Located on a 450 square foot screened deck.
A long paved driveway winds around the front of the house and has a snow-shedding multi-gable roof. It has a garage for 2 cars.
An unexpected bonus is the guest house in a converted barn. His two indoor stalls that are not in use have been transformed into a bedroom and a guest apartment.
Whitefish Hills Residents have access to homeowners’ parks and Blanchard Lake, home to largemouth bass, northern pike, yellow perch, and more. Mountain lions, foxes, deer, bears and elk are neighbors.
Nearby are Whitefish Mountain Resort, Glacier National Park and Great Bear Wilderness.
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