Browse Properties by Montana’s Regions
Being that the landscape of Montana is so varied we decided to split up the state for easier searching into four main regions. The west side was a split along the extended Rockies into the Mountain Region; The Central Region encompassing the varied terrain on the east side of the mountains and includes the greater metro areas of Helena, Bozeman and Billings; third, the Hi-Line being the area north of the Missouri River; and lastly the Southeastern region with vast open spaces.
Lakes, rivers, mountains, valleys, hot springs and trees describe the western quarter of Montana.
Enjoy a thorough variety of topographies in Central Montana starting with vast open plains near Great Falls and south of the Missouri River then east over to Judith Gap in the center of the state.
This vast open land’s future is looking toward wind farm development in the energy sector, continued strength in agriculture (wheat) and increases in retirees looking for small town living.