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Homes for Sale Idaho

Looking for Idaho homes for sale? BuyBoiseRealEstate.com can help you find thousands of listings all across Idaho. Specifying what you want in a new home will help narrow down potential houses. Sort by preferences like price range, building type, size, as well as county, time on the market, and property features. With so many ways to search, try finding a home today!

Homes for Sale Idaho

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Photo of Listing #98736313

279 Cove, Grangeville, ID - $359,900

Residential, Single Family w/ Acreage
  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 2,500 SQFT
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Professional Realty Services Idaho
Photo of Listing #98737763

334 S Valley Drive, Nampa, ID - $235,000

Residential, Townhouse
  • 3 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • 1,878 SQFT
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Open Sat 7/20 & Sun 7/21, 1-4.move In Ready Home Awaits You In This Quiet, Friendly Neighborhood Within Walking Distance To Shopping And Restaurants. Light Flows In From Large Bay Window In Living Room Illuminating The Vaulted Ceilings In Living A...

Mountain Realty
Photo of Listing #98738137

1943 W Pond Stone, Meridian, ID - $289,900

Residential, Single Family
  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1,621 SQFT
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Meticulously Maintained In The Heart Of Meridian! You Will Love The Hand Scraped Hickory Floors When You Step Into This Beauty! The Large Great Room Features A Grand Fireplace, Vaulted Ceilings And Bright Sunny Windows. Kitchen Includes Gorgeous G...

Keller Williams Realty Boise
Photo of Listing #98738140

1907 Lawndale, Meridian, ID - $319,900

Residential, Single Family
  • 4 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • 2,548 SQFT
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You Will Live Large In This Beauty, Offering A Spacious Master Bedroom With Walk In Closet, It's Own Door To Patio And Hot Tub, Master Bath Has Walk In Tile Shower, Dual Vanities, Soaker Tub. A Living Room And Family Room Both With Wood Burning Fi...

Idaho Premier Properties
Photo of Listing #98737272

928 E Wentworth, Meridian, ID - $264,900

Residential, Single Family
  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1,249 SQFT
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This Gem Is Almost Ready! She Has New Shingles, Flooring, Kitchen And Bathroom Cabinets, Counter Tops, Sinks, Faucets, Paint Inside And Out. Just Needs A New Owner To Move In And Start Enjoying Her. Open House On Saturday, July 20 And Sunday, J...

TLC Realty, LLC
Photo of Listing #98738142

1789 E Bergeson St., Boise, ID - $565,000

Residential, Single Family
  • 4 Beds
  • Baths
  • 2,510 SQFT
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Coveted & Convenient Se Boise Location By The Greenbelt, Boise River & Bown Crossing; And A Quick Shot To Downtown Boise, "the Bench," Boise State & All The Amenities On Federal Way. This Home Is Chic, Modern & Ready 4 Occupancy Now. Clean Lines, ...

Keller Williams Realty Boise
Photo of Listing #98737696

1405 E Main St, Emmett, ID - $187,000

Residential, Single Family
  • 3 Beds
  • Baths
  • 1,162 SQFT
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Call The Moving Company Cause This Move In Ready, Turn Key Home Couldn't Be More Affordable! What A Lovely Starter Home In The Heart Of Emmett! This Cozy Home Has An Updated Kitchen, Large Living Area And A Split Bedroom Layout. Located On A Corne...

Silvercreek Realty Group
Photo of Listing #98738144

3510 Bishop Rd, Emmett, ID - $469,900

Residential, Single Family w/ Acreage
  • 4 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 2,403 SQFT
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One Visit To This Place And You Will Fall In Love. Bring Your Family For Room To Grow In This Solidly Built And Maintained Ranch-style Home, Surrounded By Peaceful, Park-like Landscaping With Breathtaking Views Of The Emmett Valley. This Home Also...

Paller & Associates
Photo of Listing #98737704

2212 S Tucson, Nampa, ID - $297,000

Residential, Single Family
  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1,805 SQFT
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Immaculate Single Story Home Built 2017 And Located In Desirable Sands Pointe...3 Bed Plus Den/office, Features Spacious Kitchen, Lots Of Cabinet Space, Large Island W/bar Seating, Granite Counters, Stainless Appliances, Gas Range, Huge Walk-in Pa...

Keller Williams Realty Boise
Photo of Listing #98738146

10343 W Skycrest Dr., Boise, ID - $293,000

Residential, Single Family
  • 4 Beds
  • Baths
  • 1,952 SQFT
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Very Desirable West Boise Neighborhood! Pride Of Ownership Shines In This Home! Enter Into This Very Clean Home That Features Vaulted Living Room With A Beautiful Bay Window. Family Room Has A Real Wood Buring Fireplace With Lots Of Room For En...

Four Seasons Residential Realty
Photo of Listing #98738148

2171 W Bella Lane, Nampa, ID - $224,900

Residential, Single Family
  • 3 Beds
  • Baths
  • 1,586 SQFT
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The "gracyn Jr" Floor Plan. Functional & Open Kitchen Design Gives You Plenty Of Counter Top Space & Storage. Stainless Appliances. Lrg Family Room. Lrg Master Bedroom With Walk In Closet & Garden Tub W/dual Vanities. 2 Additional Spacious Bedroom...

Michael Ryan Real Estate
Photo of Listing #98738149

2178 W Claira Rd, Nampa, ID - $224,900

Residential, Single Family
  • 3 Beds
  • Baths
  • 1,595 SQFT
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The "gracyn Jr" Floor Plan. Functional & Open Kitchen Design Gives You Plenty Of Counter Top Space & Storage. Stainless Appliances. Lrg Family Room. Lrg Master Bedroom With Walk In Closet & Garden Tub W/dual Vanities. 2 Additional Spacious Bedroom...

Michael Ryan Real Estate

Idaho is an incredible part of North America. There are rolling hills, dense forests, and impressive mountains. These amazing features have drawn people to Idaho for many years. Are you interested to come to Idaho in search of a home? What kinds of homes in Idaho are for sale? How much will Idaho homes cost? What are the benefits to buying a home in Idaho? For these answers, look no further. Here is your answer.

Idaho is typically thought of as three parts: Northern Idaho (where Coeur d'Alene and Sandpoint are located), Eastern Idaho (the home of Idaho Falls and West Yellowstone), and Southwestern Idaho (where you will find Boise, Idaho, Meridian and McCall). These metropolitan oases are called home by more and more people every year. 40% of the population, however, is located in the Boise Metropolitan area.

There is a large variety of homes for sale in Idaho. Due to Idaho’s strong agricultural and outdoor ties, there are many homes that are ranch style. Even in Boise, Idaho, with its toothy cityscape, there are plenty of ranch style homes for sale. Ranch style homes are usually one story, in an L or U shape, and are covered in either bricks, stucco or vinyl. In Idaho, these homes are often built with two stories, incorporating either the basement or adding an upper level all together. The ranch style homes are usually older, maybe ten to twenty years old, but are very well kept.

Craftsman homes, another common style of home, are also for sale quite often in Idaho, specifically in the Treasure Valley. Many of the local construction companies have started building these to give more variety to the market. They are made usually to incorporate a more environmentally feel; since the craftsman knows the materials of the earth and how to use them efficiently, they are put on display in the homes they build. This can be in the form of exposed beams, bricks or other materials. Wood burning stoves and fireplaces will almost always be utilized in these homes as well.

Cottage style homes have more of a cozy feeling home to them that can appeal to quite a few people. These snug abodes are almost always readily available here in Idaho and are a popular style of home in the Boise North End and Garden City. These homes can come across as both warm and elegant.

Homes for Sale Idaho

Idaho is a popular state to live in, and as people have come they bring with them their own personal housing tastes. So, while these styles are most commonly found in Idaho, there are still places where you can find colonial homes, Victorian homes and even contemporary homes. You can find something that will appeal to you in Idaho, or find the space to build it yourself.

If you are looking for an acreage property, then you are in the right place. Idaho’s strong history of outdoor activities and agriculture makes buying a house with acreage a lot simpler. In the Boise and Meridian area alone there are homes for sale that are on multiple acres of land. People who buy homes on acreage usually use it for one of two things: agriculture or recreation. Make sure you know what is best suited for the land you intend on buying.

Look into Idaho for relatively inexpensive properties. A home in Boise, on little acreage, will run between $100,000 and two hundred and fifty thousand dollars on average. After you have found the perfect home for yourself and begin the buying process, you will find that there are many benefits to living in Idaho. For example, no matter where you are in Idaho, you are never too far away from recreational centers and activities.

From Boise, for example, you can easily go up to Bogus Basin Ski Resort, a local favorite that is great for a day, or even week, of winter fun. McCall Idaho, the elite resort town of southeastern Idaho, and Sun Valley Resort, famous Idaho hangout to the stars are great communities to visit. These are just a few of the great places you’ll have at your disposal when you come to Boise.

Another perk of living in Idaho is how many areas are near to spend time in nature. Depending on where in Idaho you live, you could be only a few miles from the mighty and majestic Yellowstone National Park which is perfect for a few days to get away. You can also make your way up north and visit Coeur d'alene and Sandpoint. Now these are just a few of the great advantages of buying a home in Idaho, for more information visit buyboiserealestate.com.

Idaho’s cost of living is lower than the United States average. The cost of living in a new place can be a concern of people trying to buy a home. Luckily, though the taxes may be higher than in some other states, car insurance, homes, and food are usually at a lower cost than in a more densely populated state. For this and other reasons, living in Idaho can be a great investment if you are looking for a more comfortable and inexpensive lifestyle. Whether you want to look at spec homes, custom made homes, foreclosure homes, or other residential Idaho houses -- you may just find your new home.

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Listing information last updated on July 21st, 2019 at 3:15am MDT.

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