Engel & Völkers Western Frontier - Western Frontier

About Wynne Winter

Before joining market leader Engel & Volkers Western Frontier in 2018, Wynne Winter enjoyed a successful and rewarding career as a top producer in the real estate industry for over 30 years in Kansas City,

A second generation realtor, Wynne's affection for houses developed at a very young age when she tagged along and played realtor alongside her mother during showings. 

Wynne, an interior design specialist and veteran house flipper, has personally purchased, renovated, and sold more than twenty residential properties. This practical knowledge gives her a unique skill set that proves invaluable to both buyers and sellers. 
Wynne strives to make each and every transaction a bespoke experience through exceptional and personalized client service.  Her expertise and insights gleaned from over 36 years of real estate sales are important tools when negotiating deals, particularly in competitive markets. 

In 2015, empty-nester Wynne moved to Missoula to be near her grown children, Tom, a contractor/project manager, and political figure, Jack, a sports journalist, and Lee, a graduate student at the University of Montana. 

Wynne and Lee own Winter Design and Property Management, serving Missoulians and other homeowners across the state.

Wynne has fallen head-over-heels in love with Montana and delights in sharing all that The Last Best Place has to offer with her clients through her real estate practice.

Wynne and her partner, Mike Durrer, are livin' the dream on 20 acres on the Clark Fork River.

An ardent community leader and life-long volunteer, Wynne is an enthusiastic supporter of Soft Landing and political campaigns and initiatives. 

Wynne's passions include hiking, cooking, gardening, and spending time at the family cabin on Flathead Lake and in her second home, New York City. 

"I'm in love with Montana. For other states, I have admiration, respect, recognition, even some affection. But with Montana, it is love. And it is difficult to analyze love when you're in it. "
- John Steinbeck