Enhance your investment portfolio and invest in this magical cabin with incredible Flathead Lake views from a sprawling deck! The 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom cabin stuns with an open floor concept and custom cabinets in the kitchen. The large deck is comprised of easy-to-maintain Trex materials opening up to sparkling Flathead Lake peeking through the trees. The ideal location for a lucrative VRBO or AirBnB, this cabin is suited to store toys, boats, and vehicles in the large heated three-car garage. Let the pine tree aroma relax you while lounging on the deck watching the sun set beyond the blue horizon. An adjacent lot is also available from the sellers that would be offered at a reduced price if purchased alongside this property. The lot is MLS 30010628. Expand the land for which you have to roam and take delight in the private, tranquil point three miles from the community of Lakeside. Play on the lake and enjoy fishing, hunting, and scenic drives all year long. Recreation is abundant so marketing a vacation rental is simple! A true gem, this mountainside wonder is turn-key with furnishings included so you can come to rejuvenate right away!
Lakeside, Montana clings to the shore of Flathead Lake along US Highway 93. The tourist town gives visitors access to the lake and gorgeous views of the Swan Mountains. Lakeside is a short fifteen-minute drive south of Kalispell, Montana and two hours north of Missoula, Montana.
Experience the vibrant historic downtown district of Kalispell, Montana. Kalispell became a city in 1891. Community members donated silver coins to be melted down into a stake to mark the railroad and the town’s beginning. The railroad helped Kalispell thrive by bringing industrial industries such as farming, sawmills, and flour mills. The mountain town is situated in the center of the Flathead Valley and serves as an excellent base camp for those traveling around northwest Montana. The town has shopping, three golf clubs, restaurants, art galleries, and access to outdoor activities.
Tucked into the bay where the Swan River flows into Flathead Lake, the charming town of Bigfork, Montana offers a resting place for tourists and lake-goers. The town has golf, fine restaurants, art galleries, and live theatre. It holds many titles one of which is “One of the 100 Best Small Art Towns in the Nation.”
Flathead Lake is a popular destination in Western Montana with over 200 square miles of water to kayak, boat, paddleboard, canoe, swim, fish, and recreate on. The vast lake spans 30 miles and measures a depth of 300 feet. It is the largest natural freshwater lake on this side of the Mississippi! Stop at one of the many roadside stands in the summer months to purchase fresh and locally grown cherries, apples, plums, and other produce. Cabins, campgrounds, vacation rentals, and hotels are scattered along the shoreline offering superb lodging. This hotspot is surrounded by the Mission, Salish, Swan, and Whitefish mountains making it a beautiful vacation destination.
Glacier National Park
The coveted area nicknamed the “Crown of the Continent” for obvious reasons offers gems and views of gold in the state of Montana. With over 700 miles of trails through pristine forests, alpine meadows sprinkled with bright lovely wildflowers, rugged and tenacious mountains, and spectacular sparkling lakes. Visit the historic chalets and lodges for a walk back in time or backpack, cycle, hike, or camp. While taking in the astounding sights of the glacier-carved peaks and valleys, set your binoculars on a diverse range of wildlife of bighorn sheep, mountain goats, deer, elk, ptarmigan, and both black and grizzly bears. This highway to heaven is a tough one to ever forget.
Whitefish Mountain Ski Resort
The Whitefish Mountain Ski Resort is located in Whitefish, Montana on Big Mountain. There are over 100 trails on 3,000 acres of terrain. The vertical drop on Big Mountain is 2,353 feet and is served by 11 chairlifts, two T-bars, and a magic carpet.
Blacktail Mountain Ski Area
The Blacktail Mountain Ski Area is a tight-knit family-style atmosphere 28 miles southwest of Kalispell. The vertical drop is 1,440 feet served by 3 chairlifts and a rope tow. There are almost 30 trails with a vast majority being easy or intermediate in difficulty.