Welcome to North Idaho!
Buying or Selling, I am happy to help with your Real Estate Transaction!
As your REALTOR® I will work hard to provide you with the most up to date and comprehensive information to help you accomplish your goals, Put Me to Work for You!
As your Ski Instructor I guide you to the areas of the mountain where you will have the most fun while helping you improve your efficiency and technique, Come Ski With Me!
Get to Know Me:
I am Kristina Kingsland and I have lived in North Idaho since 1976. I attended Sagle Elementary, Priest Lake Elementary, Sandpoint middle school and graduated Sandpoint High class of 1985. After traveling around and living in Cape Cod, Alaska, Hawaii, and the San Juan Islands, I finally realized what a special place Sandpoint is and moved back fulltime in January 1990.
I went to work at Schweitzer in various positions and in 1995 joined the Schweitzer Ski School where I still teach skiing. I have been a member of PSIA (Professional Ski Instructors of America) since '95 and am a fully certified Alpine, level 1 Telemark, DCL - Divisional Clinic leader and a member of the Junior Education Team Northwest.
I married my husband Tom Kingsland in 1992. Tom is also a North Idaho local and works in sales and tech support for alternative energy systems. We live in a small solar powered home we built ourselves from trees we had milled to lumber from our property.
We have a daughter Erika born in September 1997 who lights up our lives and shares our passion for snow skiing, mountain biking, organic gardening, and exploring the home we love: North Idaho!
As your REALTOR® I will put my knowledge of the area to work for you and I appreciate the opportunity to help you make your North Idaho dream come true!
Newsletters from Kristina Kingsland!
Most Recent: Sandpoint named "The most Beautiful small town in America." Unique residential properties available: Selle Valley Vintage Farm on 10 lush acres, Private Solar Powered Paradise on 20 secluded acres, featured alternative energy homes
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Photo1: We enjoy biking the many great trails
this Northern Idaho has to offer.
Photo2: June is the most beautiful month in my flower
garden! The pink climbing rose covers the power room that houses
our solar power system.
Photo3: 2007-2008 was a big snow year! We sweep the
powder off our solar panels for maximum power production.