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Vicki is an extremely professional, well-liked businesswomen in this community of Gallatin Valley and in the community of designers and architects. Vicki is a woman of integrity; always going above and beyond what was asked of her. Making late night meetings with clients, working extra hours and having the  “doing whatever it takes” attitude was just her nature.

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Ennis & Madison Valley

Previously cattle country with over 70 ranches, today’s Madison Valley thrives on recreation, tourism, and construction. With no heavy industry, air and waters are natural and pure; perfect for telecommuters, retirees and seasonal residents. In a place where handshakes still have value and the concept of being a good neighbor thrives. Ennis’ real estate bubble has not burst as is typical of many other areas of the country, and buyers can expect a sound market and strong resale values.

According to the Greater Yellowstone Coalition, “Taken as a whole, the entire Madison River watershed is one of the most ecologically intact corners of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Island–like mountain ranges connected by sweeping agricultural lands provide great habitat for a variety of wildlife. The Madison River and its tributaries are famous world–wide for their trout fishing. Abundant wildlife – from large elk herds to solitary grizzly bears – move with the seasons in search of food and shelter, often between public and private land, without recognizable boundaries. Madison Valley, with Ennis at its heart, is a wildlife corridor to wildlands north and west of Yellowstone Park.”