Desiree and Adam Libby have poured their hearts into raising their family, horses, and multiple businesses in Northwest Montana. As a married couple, they've had the good fortune to build their Montana way of life along with their son, Charles, in their little piece of Montana heaven. Living in such a beautiful part of Montana, the Tobacco Valley, is something they do not take for granted, and know they are blessed every day.
Desiree is a 3rd generation Montanan. She was born in Whitefish and raised in Eureka. She grew up in the Eureka community on a little farm just outside of town surrounded by all the barnyard animals you can think of. After graduating from Lincoln County High School in 2001 she attended MSU. After attending MSU she moved to Portland Oregon where she attended East West College of the Healing Arts. In 2006 she decided to bring all the skills she had learned back to the cozy town of Eureka. She worked as a massage therapist up until the birth of their son in 2012.
The Libby family moved to the Flathead Valley from Oregon when Adam was the young age of five. As a result, Montana is all that he's ever known. Growing up in the classic Montana lifestyle was all that any kid could ask for. Hunting, fishing, 4-H, FFA, horses, rodeo, getting to be a cowboy, combined with all of the amazing Montana folks that he's met along the way - these are the things that have molded him into the man he is today.
After graduating from Flathead High School in 2005, he followed his passion for sales and marketing in both regional and national industries. In 2010 Adam and Desiree married and moved to her hometown of Eureka Montana, where they now call home.
In 2015 they started a western entertainment company, Libby Productions LLC, based out of Eureka and operating nationwide. They specialize in Sales, Event Marketing, and Production for Rodeos, Bull Rides, or anything related to cowboys.
Desiree and Adam are well-seasoned real estate agents and experienced in both large and small land sales, as well as luxury, residential, and rural real estate. You can't beat their Montana spirit of service and a never-give-up attitude.
They'd consider it a privilege to help you find your Montana way of life. Welcome to Big Sky Country!