Take Out Blitz

Let’s show the Flathead Valley some support!

With recent dine-in options changing, many local establishments have added take out, carry out, meal kits and delivery services. We encourage you to participate in a “Take Out Blitz” to inject some business and dollars into these businesses that are impacted. If you don’t want to order take-out or delivery – go online and buy some gift cards to use at a later date when they reopen all services.

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PROPERTY SPOTLIGHT | Cooper Farms

Significant Mixed-Use Development Opportunity

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Cooper Farms
215 Mt-82, Kalispell, Montana

Offered at $5,900,000

The gently rolling hills of Cooper Farms affords views spanning the Swan Mountain Range and hosts some of the area’s most diverse array of birdlife nestled among the lush wetlands of Flathead Lake. This heritage land has been farmed for decades to offer a development and investment opportunity to create homes and businesses to meet the rising need in one of the fastest growing communities in Montana. Cooper Farms sits ideally located with highway frontage on US 93 to the west and US 82 to the south, at the front door of Flathead Lake and with easy access to Kalispell. This investment and development opportunity offers 360 acres of farmland with a plan in place for mixed residential and commercial development.Nichole1.jpgA Neighborhood Plan provides for up to 700 units; which could include single-family residences, multi-family residences, an assisted living facility, or a golf course. Entitlements secured include water and sewer agreements, a Traffic Study, a Defined Floodplain Study, and a Wetland Crossing and Replacement Land Study reviewed and approved by the Army Corps of Engineers.
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The call of the Flathead Valley sounds as clearly as the song of the red winged blackbird that lives here. Cooper Farms is well situated for people to access the attractions of the area. Located less than an hour drive from Glacier National Park and two ski hills, near Flathead Lake, the Swan River and the Flathead River System, this area offers a perfect match for those looking to master the work and play balance with a thriving community holding exceptional outdoor recreation activities.

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or contact the Listing Agent, Nichole Perrin, at nperrin@glaciersir.com or 406.253.8121

A Memorable Kalispell Horse Property

“We have spent many summer days in the back yard pushing our daughter on her tire swing, riding horses and spending time in the barn. The shop is a perfect man cave & the house is light and bright. There’s a lot of space here. The outbuildings are great, super convenient location and awesome panoramic views.”

Over $50k in improvements to home and property since 2013: including a new roof, appliances, upgraded electrical, paint, flooring, and some windows. RV pad has 50-AMP electric and separate septic. Move-in ready!

(178 Pioneer Rd, Kalispell, MT)

“We started our family in this home & designed most of the features. We bought in 2013 and basically gutted it and redesigned the whole interior. We love all the wood accents and open floor plan.”

Great horse property with expansive mountain views! Three bedrooms, two baths on fully fenced 10.2 acres. Heated 1,200 square foot shop with room for all your toys! Barn with 5 stalls, (4 plus a foaling stall) and insulated tack room. Unfinished apartment over barn, hay shed, 2 additional horse stalls in separate fenced pasture, fruit trees, and garden shed.

“I’ll remember how gratifying it feels to see a finished home & hanging out watching the clouds float over the mountains from the wrap around porch.”

Click here for more information about this recently reduced horse property exclusively offered by Kristin Zuckerman 406.291.0778

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Women In Real Estate – Making A Difference

Making a positive difference in our communities is the foundation of Glacier Sotheby’s International Realty. Last week several of our Real Estate Professionals volunteered their time and construction skills to help Habitat For Humanity of Flathead Valley.

Habitat for Humanity was founded on the conviction that every man, woman and child should have a simple, durable place to live in dignity and safety, and that decent shelter in decent communities should be a matter of conscience and action for all.

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Did you know? Historically, women have been involved in real estate almost since its inception in 1794 and its establishment as a legitimate business in the 1840s. 58 percent of all REALTORS® are female. In 1996, women represented the majority of broker licensees for the first time. Source (nar.realtor)

Here is what our Real Estate Professionals had to say:

Maggie

“I’ve always enjoyed volunteering, I believe we all must give back to the community we are a part of. What I really enjoy about Habitat for Humanity is that everyone starts out with a small task and through teamwork a much larger task is accomplished. It was great to experience  the first walls of a house go up at the end of the day, walls that took 20 volunteers nailing various boards together to complete. It was a very rewarding experience and I will definitely do it again.” – Maggie Lee

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Ashley

“I’ve always been a hands on person who loves giving back to my community. I grew up in Montana so it’s important for me to share the gift of living here with others. Prior to working at this build site I had bought from the Habitat For Humanity store to help support their awesome cause. One of my favorite moments was when one of the guys running the program told us about a kid who came up to him and was so excited that he was finally getting a home so he wouldn’t have to move anymore and he could play sports and be a part of a team. It made me realize what we are doing is not just providing a house for a family but also stability. I definitely look forward to volunteering with them again.” – Ashley Brunette 

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Sonja“Volunteering for Habitat for Humanity was a truly heartwarming experience. The most rewarding part was working as a team towards the goal of helping a local family realize the dream of homeownership. Giving back in this way, knowing that we helped a family build a better life felt pretty amazing. I will definitely take part in this rewarding opportunity again.” – Sonja Burgard

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Kalispell, Montana’s Rich History

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Kalispell’s rich history shows itself in the charming buildings along Main Street, in the homes that grace the tree lined boulevards, and the more than 20 parks with their rustic log gazebos and creeks that host winter skating. From the native tribes who hunted buffalo, golfers now play the challenging Buffalo Hill Golf Course. The timber barons and the farmers, who sought out the city as an economic hub, contributed to an invigorating economy that gives Kalispell its healthy personality.

Growing gracefully into the 21st century, Kalispell blends the past, present and future with a state-of the-art regional medical center, an ever-growing Flathead Community College, three art foundries and high speed telecommunications. The shopping and dining bring tourists from all over the Northwest, including Canada, and Glacier Park International Airport easily connects this growing Montana town of over 20,000 with approximately 159 flights per day.  In addition, Kalispell is the gateway to the Glacier National Park. Along the way, visitors and residents enjoy a charming arrangement of fascinating towns.

Columbia Falls, historically industrial with its mills and aluminum plant, is perfectly placed along the Flathead River. With its history of hardworking folks, this charming town is reinventing itself as a treasure trove for “antiquers.”

West of Kalispell is a land of lakes and lush forests. Abundantly private, yet close to town, the West Valley is the area’s best kept secret for horse properties, getaways for dreams come true, and ready-to-be-discovered lakeshore lands. There’s a perfect lifestyle for everyone in the Flathead Valley—horse properties, small ranches or small town living. The options are endless– the choices are breathtaking.

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