Katie Kilfoil


Perhaps it was my love of horses and wide, open spaces that drew me to Montana. I grew up in Cincinnati, Ohio, and graduated from Colorado State University in 1993. I then went on to earn a culinary arts degree at Western Culinary Institute in Portland, Oregon. Although Ohio, Colorado, and Oregon all have wonderful things to offer, it is Montana that grabbed my heart.

I arrived in Montana in 1995 to work on a dude ranch in Gallatin Canyon, south of Big Sky and fell in love with the state. Montana is called the Treasure State for its abundant mineral reserves and natural resources. However, the true treasures of Montana are the people who call Montana home. If you are new to the area I think you will find this to be true. Hard-working, kind, and fierce protectors of sustainable land use, Montanans work together to provide for the future.

Livingston has been my home for 16 years. I am raising two sons who attend middle and high school here, and am an active board member and secretary of the Livingston Education Foundation. Previously I have worked for Catherine Lane Interiors, American Bank and Williams Plumbing & Heating, Inc., before shifting to real estate. Although a new Small Dog pack member, I look forward to working with you to find the perfect home or piece of land for you to start the next chapter of the most interesting page-turner, your Montana story!