The Great American West is Alive and Well Here
When you think about luxury real estate in the Western U.S., the first areas that come to mind may be California, Vegas, and the resorts in Colorado and Utah. But Idaho, Montana and Wyoming and actually favorite spots for some of the most discriminating affluent buyers out there. The wide open spaces and serenity are unbeatable. Napa Consultants, International, headed by Ron and Alexandra Seigel, know this well. They already have included four locales from these states in their 50 top luxury real estate markets.
Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, has been gaining quite a bit of attention lately. Find out why.
Sun Valley, Idaho, may be best known as the place Ernest Hemingway completed “For Whom the Bell Tolls.” But you should also know that it is home to several Olympic medalists and extensive cross country ski trails. What else should you know about Sun Valley?
“One of the most compelling luxury real estate markets in the USA,” is how LOL describes Jackson Hole, Wyoming. A location between Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park is one of the reasons why. Taxes (or the lack thereof) are another. But there are many more.
The great outdoor lifestyle. “A Rive Runs Though It” (with Brad Pitt, directed by Robert Redford). Zen-like meditation. In this, the latest entry in the LOL series, nine local experts talk about Big Sky and Bozeman, Montana.