405 St. Joseph Drive
Lewistown, MT 59457


24 Homes
4 – 1BR
14 – 2BR
6 – 3BR

Rent: Please contact the property manager


Resident pays electrical and gas utilities; owner pays water, sewer, garbage, and recycling.


Completed October 2010


Tamarack Property Management

(406) 535-6490
[email protected]

405 St. Joseph Drive
Lewistown, MT 59457


Ouellette Place is located on the edge of downtown Lewistown with easy access to all the amenities that Lewistown provides. Close to parks and recreation areas, within walking distance of shopping and government services, residents at Ouellette Place are able to reduce transportation costs with this convenient location. Lewistown is the major regional service and shopping source for a three county area of central Montana, and Ouellette Place residents will be in the heart of the area. Just slightly up the hill from Main Street, the buildings have excellent views of the mountains to the north and east, and are located just one block east of the Sawyer Trail, part of Lewistown’s walking trail system.


  • Refrigerator/freezer with icemaker and water dispenser, dishwasher, washer and dryer and stove. Many appliances Energy Star Rated.
  • Durable wood blinds for privacy and reduced heat loss in winter, heat gain in summer
  • Building A: renovated sun-porch for use by all residents
  • Parking
  • Garbage disposals
  • Buildings B and C: all homes have direct access to private outdoor space – decks or patios
  • Storage


  • Re-use of a historic building
  • Energy efficient windows with Low-E coating
  • Highly efficient insulation at roof and walls
  • Energy Star appliances
  • Water conserving plumbing fixtures
  • Light pollution reduction standards for exterior lighting
  • Recycled content materials
  • Water conserving plumbing fixtures, water and energy conserving front loading washing machines
  • Light pollution reduction standards for exterior lighting
  • Healthy indoor air quality with low/no VOC paints, primers, adhesives, and sealants
  • Ceiling fans (natural ventilation with windows)
  • Hot water pipe insulation
  • Low-formaldehyde cabinets
  • Light-colored, reflective roofing reduces heat island effect for surrounding community and heat gain inside buildings
  • Individual electric metering for dwelling units encourages energy conservation among residents
  • Compact fluorescent lighting throughout, motion sensors for common area lighting to reduce energy use


Montana Department of Commerce HOME Investment Partnerships Program

Lewistown Community Development Corporation

City of Lewistown

Montana Board of Housing Low Income Housing Tax Credit Program

District 6 Human Resources Development Council

CTA Architects and Engineers

Birdwell Builders

Tamarack Property Management