Moving can be exciting; but it can also be challenging, emotional, and stressful. We'd like to help.
Below is a list of things to consider when moving, and useful links that will provide answers to FAQs of the region.
If you are considering a life/second home in Montana, chances are you enjoy the Great Outdoors.
Georgetown Lake is located on the picturesque Pintler Scenic Route. It is nestled on top of the Flint Creek pass with the Pintler Wilderness to the south, Flint Creek Mountain Range to the north, Flint Creek Valley to the west, and the Deer Lodge Valley and the town of Anaconda to the east. The backdrop to Georgetown Lake is made up of the peaks of the Anaconda-Pintler Wilderness which makes this area an outdoor haven.
The local culture is outdoors-oriented, and rooted in mining, cattle, and logging. However there is a healthy mix of food, beverage, and art venues as well. Below are a few links for reference:
* Philipsburg Brewery
* OBella's Restaurant
* Firefly Cafe
* Gallicano's Pizzeria
* The Revolver
* The Sweet Palace
COST OF LIVING
Parts of Montana have already peaked in the real estate market. The beauty of this region is that you can still find a dreamy piece of property with a reasonable price tag. Generally speaking, the cost of living here is far less than in most parts of the state and nation - especially when looking at areas that offer the same kind of beauty and outdoor access.
Like most areas, there is a good balance of both public schools and private schools in the region. Below is a list of a few educational entities for various ages:
Montana has a mountain climate; which means that summer temperatures generally top out around 85-90 degrees, and the winter months are full of snow. The tall mountain ranges can yield unpredictable weather patterns; however there is no shortage of winter sports available to keep residents entertained year-round.