Montana Properties Group
Real estate in Montana is beyond beautiful with the majestic mountains, picturesque lakes, rustic cabins in the woods, agricultural ranch land – come see Montana Properties Group and find out why our valley is called “Big Sky Country.”
Ethics and honesty is the foundation Montana Properties Group was built on. Our priority here is to listen carefully to our clients and help them fulfill their dreams and visions in purchasing properties. We offer professional, personalized service to our clients, whether you’re buying a home, making an investment, dreaming of owning a cabin in the woods, looking for a property with lakefront views and a dock, or lakefront property and home. We are here to provide knowledge and assistance for your real estate needs.
Our team, Montana Properties LLC, understand our relationship with our client does not end with a sale or a purchase.
We look forward to being your neighbors for years to come in Eureka, Montana.
Joseph Purdy, the current Owner/Broker of Montana Properties LLC, but he is also a fourth-generation Eureka, MT resident that has been a licensed real estate agent and broker since 1984. Before that, he worked at the Kootenai National Forest Service in Fire and Land Management for 15 years.
Having worked with the land over the past 40 years, Joe believes in sharing his experience and knowledge of the Eureka area, including local recreational Lake Koocanusa, Sophie Lake, and Glen Lake. He believes that it is part of his job to assist his clients in making well-informed decisions when purchasing their piece of Montana, and will help provide financial/property research and information with those clients who are selling their real estate assets.
Founded in the late 1880s, Eureka is located in part of the Rocky Mountain Trench, in what’s known as the Tobacco Valley. The valley is flanked to the east by the towering mountains of the Whitefish Range, with the smaller and heavily forested Purcell Mountains located to the west.
Lake Koocanusa is located nearby, as is Glen Lake, Sophie Lake and Dickey Lake, along with other recreational and fishing lakes. The vast National Forest lands that literally surround the community give this area many outdoor activities to choose from. Whether hunting, camping, hiking, boating, or whatever your favorite recreational pursuit may be, you can find it in Northwest Lincoln County! Plus, the 60 miles of Lake Koocanusa Scenic Byway begins northwest of Eureka, on MT State Highway 37 and continues all the way to Libby, MT, giving you a truly beautiful scenic drive.
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