Hidden Meadow Preserve
hidden meadow preserve whitefish montana
Whitefish, Montana
There is only one Whitefish. Nestled between Big Mountain and Glacier National
Park, Whitefish is a year-round playground steeped in the romance of the rails. From
its historic railroad depot to its charming Central Avenue, Whitefish was built on the
personalities, generosity and wisdom of its residents. Cafes mingle with gourmet
restaurants, general stores share the downtown with galleries and boutiques and a
variety of western bars will suit any mood. You will also find sophisticated amenities
like inns, hotels, rustic lodges, ski and board shops, outdoor gear stores and more.

Whatever leads you to here -- the historic downtown or dramatic landscape --
Whitefish, like other towns in the Flathead Valley, offers close proximity to year-round
outdoor recreation. In summer, the outdoors is alive with events such as the Lake-to-
Lake Canoe Race down the Whitefish and Flathead Rivers and the Olympics-style
Summer Games with sports ranging from rugby to mountain biking. Winter
celebrations include the Christmas Stroll with carol singing, and the Torchlight
Parade on the Big Mountain. Fall and spring are quieter times.


Whitefish lies at the north end of the Flathead Valley in Northwest Montana along the
shores of Whitefish Lake. It is just minutes from one of Montana's largest ski
resorts, Whitefish Mountain Resort, and about 25 miles west of Glacier National

Getting to Whitefish

Main routes in are US 93, US 2, MT 40. Closest Interstate is I-90 to the south.

Glacier Park International Airport is about 11 miles south, near Kalispell. Services
include Big Sky Airlines, Delta Airlines, Horizon Airlines, Northwest Airlines and
Holman Aviation (private charters).

The daily Amtrak passenger service the Empire Builder runs between
Seattle/Portland and Chicago.  A depot is located in Whitefish, toll free phone: 800-


Whitefish began as a fur trading center in the late 1800s. It later flourished with the
logging industry and the Great Northern Railway. In 1919 the Ding-Dong Ordinance
was made law. This 9 p.m. curfew for children is still in effect today, although
updated to 10 p.m. Listen for the siren located in the tower of the City Hall.

Downtown offers many historic buildings with interesting facades. Casey's, built in
1903, is the oldest building. The Home at 328 Central, which was built in 1907, was
the first brick building in Whitefish. The Bulldog Saloon was once more genteelly
named the Pastime Bar. "Pastimes" included boxing matches that took place in the
hall above. Make a rest-stop in the Great Northern Bar and take in its collection of
historic Whitefish business signs, or, check out an old apothecary display in the rear
of the Chalet City Pharmacy. On the corner of 4th and Central, Whitefish boasts one
of the few buildings in Montana designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. Also of interest is
the Great Northern micro brewery building where Black Star beer is made.

Whitefish Mountain Resort

A ski and summer resort offering winter (skiing, snowboarding, tubing) and summer
(mountain biking, hiking on the Danny On trail system) vacation packages.

Hidden Meadow Preserve

From downtown Whitefish, quiet road meanders to HIDDEN MEADOW PRESERVE,
a secluded 20-lot subdivision surrounded by a beautiful conservation easement.
Building your dream home here embraces the Montana lifestyle, with dozens of
awesome outdoor activities just minutes away: skiing, boating, hiking, mountain
biking, cycling, fishing, hunting...

There's world-class skiing, snowboarding and mountain biking at Big Mountain Ski
Area. Golf plays up the street at Iron Horse, a fabulous Tom Fazio design. The public
Whitefish Lake is Montana's only 36-hole golf complex. It hugs Whitefish Lake and
features rugged mountain views. The manicured pine-and-birch-lined fairways
convinced Golf Digest to name both courses among the top five in Montana.

For boating and fishing, the Whitefish Lake marina is just around the corner from us.

For hiking and sightseeing, visit stunning Glacier National Park. You'll drive up, up
and up on the Going-to-the-Sun Road, an engineering masterpiece that winds 50
miles through the park's wild interior. Views of the snow-capped peaks will amaze.
At the top, you can stay the night at St. Mary's Lodge.

The Bob Marshall and Great Bear wilderness areas are also just a short drive away.

HIDDEN MEADOW PRESERVE features great views. Each of our one-third-acre lots
looks up at both Big Mountain and the snowy peaks of Glacier National Park.

HIDDEN MEADOW PRESERVE has developed covenants and conditions that will
honor and preserve this unique setting, creating a neighborhood respectful of the
glorious environment and character of Northwest Montana.

•        Lot 1 .35 acre $185,000
•        Lot 2 .35 acre $185,000
•        Lot 3 .35 acre $185,000
•        Lot 4 .4 acre $200,000
•        Lot 5 .39 acre $250,000
•        Lot 6 .35 acre $200,000
•        Lot 7 .36 acre $200,000
•        Lot 8 RESERVED
•        Lot 9 RESERVED
•        Lot 10 .36 acre $300,000
•        Lot 11 .36 acre $300,000
•        Lot 12 .38 acre $300,000
•        Lot 13 .35 acre $175,000
•        Lot 14 .35 acre $175,000
•        Lot 15 .35 acre $175,000
•        Lot 16 .35 acre $175,000
•        Lot 17 .35 acre $220,000
•        Lot 18 .35 acre $185,000
•        Lot 19 .35 acre $185,000
•        Lot 20 .34 acre $185,000

Contact Ted Purdy at (602) 549-8903 or e-mail