Lakeside at Georgetown is a small mining themed subdivision located on the shores of Georgetown Lake which was inspired by the days of old. You will not need to explore too far to find a mining ghost town or possibly some gold, silver or sapphire of your own. From the very beginning, our vision was to create a rustic development maintaining the character of the area along with reducing the impact on the land and utilize Montana made products and resources.
Nestled in the heart of the Pintler Mountain Range, Lakeside at Georgetown is a destination for people who understand what recreating in Montana is all about. Georgetown Lake is truly one of the rare gems of the Rocky Mountains with four season access to boating and skiing. The 10 single family .5+ acre lots and 12 Lakeside Cabin sites offers convenient lake access, outstanding mountain views and world class recreational opportunities for the outdoor enthusiast.
With fishing and hunting opportunities located out of your front door, and skiing and golfing only minutes away, Lakeside wants to make sure your time, is truly your time. Snow removal, boat slips and septic maintenance are only a few of the items you will not need to worry about. Property management options are available.
At Lakeside we’re proud to have chosen a development program which has reduced environmental impact on the area. From reuse or recycling of deconstructed materials to use of the highest quality onsite treatment system available, Lakeside represents the future of Green construction at Georgetown Lake.
Lakeside at Georgetown offers two distinct ownership options for seasonal and year-round living. Lots 4-9 offer pre-constructed 2 story Lakeside Duplex's with several upgrade packages available. Our duplex's are approximately 1,900 square feet. Lots 1-3 and 10-16 offer an opportunity for your contractor, or ours, to build on these larger custom single family home sites.
Each cabin and single family site includes a boat slip at the adjacent marina and has access to a large common area parkway. Community access to miles of timbered Forest Service property on the western edge of the site can be found off of Fox Trail Way.