Ski resort homes for sale
Big Sky, Whitefish

Ski Resort Homes for Sale: Just In Time For Ski Season!

Home is where the heart is—and if you love to ski, you’ve probably thought of living slopeside! With ski resort homes and condos for sale, you can walk straight to the lift from your front door. Montana is home to 13 different ski areas, and each are beloved by locals and visitors for their unique character. But there’s two in particular with fantastic real estate options. Whitefish epitomizes Northwest Montana, with excellent gladed skiing and epic views of Glacier National Park. Big Sky, on the other hand, is classic Southwest Montana, sitting at a higher elevation with more terrain above treeline.

Ski resort real estate gets the most attention when there’s snow on the ground, but the truth is that they’re not only seasonal properties—a beautiful mountain home is a fabulous year-round investment! And these days, resorts are working harder than ever to create opportunities for activities during the summer.

But let’s focus on the season ahead: winter! Powder skiing. Bumps. Perfectly-groomed corduroy. Living at the ski area means you’re positioned to meet every day head-on. And on the flipside, it’s easier to enjoy après. Big Sky, in particular, has lots of options in its base village for nightlife, restaurants, and shopping.

At the end of the day, many people interested in ski resort housing are seeking a simpler way to live. If you make your home up on the mountain, the distractions fade away and you can focus on making memories with friends and family.

Whitefish Mountain Resort, Whitefish

Summit elevation: 6,817 feet
Vertical drop: 2,353 feet
3,000 acres
105 named runs
Seasonal snowfall: 320 inches (5-year average)

Opening day: December 6

Big Sky Resort, Big Sky

Summit elevation: 11,166 feet
Vertical drop: 4,350 feet
5,850 skiable acres
300 named runs
Average annual snowfall: 400+ inches

Opening day: November 28

PHOTO: Ski resort homes for sale, featuring 104 Cascade Ridge, Big Sky. For more information, contact Sandy Revisky at (406) 539-6316 or William Feher at (406) 600-0275.

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