VIEWS, VIEWS, VIEWS of Glacier Park, Big Mountain, Kalispell, Lone Pine, Columbia Mountains and West Valley!! 3,200 sq. ft. of open living on 2.28 acres. Also separate 2,750 sq. ft. basement and 3-car garage slab ready to build your custom home on. Superb floorplans available. In County, but surrounded on 3 sides by city. 5 minutes to downtown Kalispell. Broker owned.
Five (5) bedroom septic system Master and newly finished 3/4 master bath on main level. Nine (9) foot ceilings on main level. Large view window in upstairs family room overlooking Kalispell. Laundry room also used as large pantry.
Utilities: Cable TV available, Electric, Gas, High Speed Internet, Septic System, Telephone; Well
HVAC: Gas forced air; Gas hot water, Wood stove
App/Equip included: Dishwasher; Range; Refrigerator; Satelite dish; Water softener; Water treatment; Window treatments; Woodstove; Other: wood stove excluded
The Flathead Valley is a friendly, community-centered region. Most people who live here take advantage of the unparalleled recreational environment. More than 80% of Flathead County's 2 million acres are protected by national parks, federal and state forests and private timber reserves.
The 2004 State of the Rockies Report named Flathead County the most diverse economy in the Rocky Mountain West.
The Flathead Valley is one of the fastest growing areas in the Rocky Mountain West. The estimated population of Flathead County in 2006 was 85,314, as opposed to 74,471 in 2000 (Census 2000). Connectivity, transportation and a high quality of living are some of the reasons that people choose to make a life and a living in the Flathead Valley. An "average" person living in the Flathead is likely to be in his/her mid-30s, married, with a high school diploma, working in a service-related industry and earning about $30,000.
Flathead County's population grew 26% between 1990-2000. The county is projected to grow and reach a population of 105,000 by 2020 (according to NPA data services).
Montana ranks 7th in the country in high school graduation rates.
Nearly 1,000 new businesses were established during the 90s.
(Data: Center for the Rocky Mountain West, Montana Department of Labor)
Excellent project for someone wishing to live on location and build custom home on basement...and still have extra living quarters and partly convert to double garage + shop! Has worked superbly well for larger group entertainment. 4-lot subdivision. In County - no building permits necessary.