Licensed in: MT
Kimberly first began her real estate career marketing luxury recreational, resort and ranch properties almost 20 years ago. This foundation has allowed her to well represent both buyers and sellers of Montana farm, ranch and recreational properties. As a broker at Mason and Morse Ranch Company, Kimberly was honored as 8th in the United States in 2015 for real estate sales out of over 4,000 brokers and agents affiliated with United Country. Kimberly has strong agricultural and recreational land use credentials with extensive transaction experience.
In addition to ranch real estate, Kimberly is a member of the International Association of Professional Writers and Editors and has enjoyed writing on a variety of topics including outdoor recreational opportunities in Montana. She also raises horses, has cultivated a herd of commercial cattle, and is involved in 4H swine, lamb and beef breeding projects with her children. Together they raise quality show pigs, lambs and club calves and have refined an elite group of hogs to fulfill a goal of providing Montana youth with exceptional quality hogs; offspring from these breeding programs can be seen in show rings across the state of Montana and throughout the Northwest and at the National Western Stock Show in Denver.
Kimberly believes in the value of service and has enjoyed volunteering in her community as a Youth 4H Leader, Vice-President of 4H Council and 4H Foundation Board Member, where she served as the Chairman of the Foundation Scholarship Committee and also as a Rotarian.
On her days off, Kimberly and her family take advantage of the multitude of recreational pursuits available in the Treasure State, including big game hunting for elk and deer, hiking, horseback riding, fishing the mountain lakes and downhill skiing.
Kimberly applies her many years of experience in the ranch real estate industry, her understanding of working ranches and the relationship of agricultural production and quality big game and fishery habitat to her passion of selling land. Kimberly’s vast knowledge of Montana land is something she loves to share with her clients, many of whom have become friends over the years.
- National Association of Realtors
- Montana Association of Realtors
- National Swine Registry
- Licensed in the State of Montana
- IAPWE – International Association of Professional Writers and Editors
Testimonials for Kimberly Lowry
My wife and I recently completed a 1031 exchange – selling a property in CA and purchasing the Great Divide Ranch in Montana. We wanted to pass on the experience we enjoyed working with Kimberly Lowry. We have been involved in 1031 exchanges numerous times over the years. This one was a bit more nuanced than most. Throughout the twists and turns, Kimberly aided in resolving all issues in a prompt, thorough and pleasant manner. She was instrumental in connecting us with specialists in Montana to facilitate our understanding and resolution on issues of taxes, water rights, etc., unique to Montana ownership. Kimberly was a pleasure! She is a tremendous representative of Fay Ranches, and we would highly recommend her to anyone considering purchasing property in Montana.
Available Property Listings by Kimberly Lowry
A rare opportunity to own the H & J Quarters Farm which has been tightly held by one family for over 100 years. The farm sits with the backdrop of the breathtaking Rocky Mountain Front in the distance and in a region valued for its consistent high quality grain production. The deep rooted farm was carefully pieced together with additional parcels added to amass the almost 5,500 acre farm that is offered for sale.
The property is in the heart of some of Montana’s best and most productive farm land and is surrounded by a variety of wildlife, proximity to excellent fishing, unlimited recreation including hiking, horseback riding, backpacking, camping, hunting and more. The wind turbines on the property are part of the 210-megawatt Glacier Wind Farm, Phase I and II.
Offering some of the finest wildlife viewing and elk and Big Game Hunting opportunities in Montana. With excellent water sources, abundant wildlife populations and deeded land presented in a blocked-up configuration, the Silver Creek Elk Preserve Ranch is a prime candidate for a conservation easement, which if implemented would provide enormous tax benefits to the buyer.
Located along the Wise River and close to the Big Hole River, this ranch is named for the striking rock formation that overlooks the property. The owner currently holds a 6,922± acre National Forest grazing lease, allowing for 150 yearling heifers out the back gate. The property is almost entirely flood irrigated, and the owner has enjoyed the ranch because of the production value and recreational opportunities.
The grassy hillsides and ridges, timbered draws with intermittent riparian habitat define the ranch and create the wild country that the ranch is known for. The varied elevation of this provides complete ecosystems for elk, whitetail, trophy mule deer, moose and antelope. This offering is a prime example of a classic mountain ranch.
This property offers a unique opportunity for a production or investment minded buyer to purchase productive land in a highly coveted region. This property may appeal to an owner-operator with quality production in mind while also serving a land investment in a region that is experiencing significant growth and development.
In a region known for abundant elk, bear, whitetail and mule deer populations, this ranch features spectacular mountain views, timbered draws, grassy parks, springs and a pristine stretch of Wolf Creek. The proximity to lakes and nearby public lands affords easy access to an abundant variety of summer and winter recreational opportunities.
This central Montana ranch includes a nice stretch of Dry Creek flowing through the southern portion of the property and several spring-fed creeks throughout the more mountainous portions, providing a variety of water sources, abundant grasses, terrain and shelter for both cattle and wildlife alike.
Edwards Gulch Ranch features 638± acres of fenced mountain pastures which provide habitat for wildlife and seasonal grazing for cattle and horses. Edwards Gulch creates a riparian area and runs through the eastern portion of the property. A healthy population of elk and deer call the surrounding public and private lands home and frequent the property.
The ranch provides easy access to the surrounding Beaverhead/Deer Lodge National Forest lands and their outstanding variety of recreational amenities. The two cabins are strategically located in an area where hiking, horseback riding or four-wheeling adventures can afford some of the most breathtaking views and complete solitude in nature.
This property offers a unique opportunity for a savvy buyer to enjoy an investment or continue to enjoy the property for its agricultural benefits in a location convenient to the many area events and the multiple and varied recreational opportunities that the Montana lifestyle embraces.