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850 Acre Ranch/vineyard In The Heart Of Newly Formed Eagle Foothills Ava. 12 Flourishing Varietals And Last Year More Than 10,000 Cases Of Award Winning Wines, Currently Distributed In 6 States. 40+ Acres Of Producing Vineyards, Nearly 350 Additi...
Group One Sotheby's International Realty
2420 E Warm Springs Avenue, Boise, ID - $7,750,000
Nothing Quite Compares To This Oasis Of Comfort Lodged At The Edge Of Adventure On Boise's East Ridge. Perched Above Idaho's High-desert, Urban Capital, This Secluded Retreat Will Protect, Inspire, Enlighten & Fulfill. Boise's Central Core Is Just...
Experience The Idaho Dream On Over 300 Acres Of Beautiful Land Nestled In Western Boise County. This Spectacular Property Is Showcased By A Custom Log Home That Sits Atop One Of The Highest Points In Banks, Idaho. A Rare Opportunity To Own A Seclu...
Opulent Payette Lake Estate! Grand Lodge Style Main Home & Guest Home Total 7471asf W/5br, 4.5+ba, Att. & Det. 6+car Gar/shop. Astounding Lake, Mountain & Town Views. Chef's Kitchen, Informal & Formal Dining, Spacious Living Room W/2 Story Pict...
McCall Real Estate Company
19183 Hofstetter Ln. Box 641, Picabo, ID - $3,800,000
One And Only Completely Detailed And Designed For Entertaining, Intimate Living And Elegance All In One. Home Was Positioned For Private Living With Amazing Views Of The 700 Feet Boise River That Wraps Around The Property. Must See Feature List Of...
This Custom-built Home Is On The 2nd Fairway Of The North Course Of The Valley Club. On Almost 2 Acres Offering Gorgeous Views, Plenty Of Sunshine And Privacy. This Home Features A Spectacular Floor Plan. Media/office With Custom Built-ins And A B...
Only 15 Minutes From Downtown Boise. This Grand Scale Luxury Residence Is Oriented To Maximize Panoramic Views Of Downtown Boise, The Treasure Valley & Surrounding Foothills. Set Behind Private Gates On Wildhorse Lane, This Home Offers A Dazzling ...
This Magnificent 5 Br, 7 Ba Home Spares No Expense In Providing An Exceptional Living Experience Both Inside & Out. Enter Into The Home Showcased With Lake And Mountain Views And Relax In The Great Room With A Cozy Wood Burning Fireplace. Just Off...
Equestrian Property With A Horse Training Facility! 179 Acres With Training Track, 2 Arenas And 3 Barns With 64 Total Stalls. There Are Approx 110 Acres Of Irrigated Pasture And Crop Ground Divided Into 24 Pastures. The 4590 Sf Main House Is A Bea...
Nestled Behind The Gates In Two Rivers, This Luxurious Estate Embodies The Lifestyle Of Luxury And Refinement. Throughout The Residence, Unmatched Craftsmanship Is On Display Through Extensive Timber Beams, Travertine & Wood Flooring, And An Unmat...
Though there are many different styles of homes in Idaho, knowing some of the styles will give you a taste for Idaho culture and styles.
A log home is common in the mountains as a getaway or a vacation home. When the log home first became popular, it was simply used for practical purposes, as it was fast and easy to construct. Today, a log home is a more luxurious home, normally somewhere rural. Log cabins are easy to decorate and turn into a cozy home.
The Craftsman style, rightly called, was from the arts and crafts movement. A Craftsman home will have emphasis placed on how the materials used are used effectively and efficiently. Customarily, materials that go into the making of a Craftsman home will be natural elements such as wood, stone, or brick. The interior design will have an open floor plan with exposed beams. The exterior of the home will exemplify the spacious inside with a wide porch and low-pitched roof.
A Contemporary styled home will in some way connect the exterior of the home with the interior. This may include expansive windows. Perhaps, there will be a skylight or two to emphasize the connection to the outdoors. With this emphasis to look towards the outdoors, frequently a Contemporary home will be more energy efficient and be made from recycled and sustainable materials.
A Mid-Century Modern home was popular from 1945 to the mid 1980s. Though the style is not prominent as of recent years, some mid-century modern homes are still present. Mostly, this style is not seen as a home itself but many of the elements are reflected in homes that are being built today. Elements that are common in a mid-century modern home include large glass windows and an emphasis on open space in the interior and exterior of the home.
A Modern styled home has a focus on the architecture with a generally symmetrical layout and geometric lines in the design. When building a Modern styled home, the building plans will use function over form, making the most practical use of space. At the same time, there will generally be more open space in the main living area and the space seemingly larger with expansive windows.
The Townhouse is perhaps the most practical of the homes styles. It will utilize space and materials to the maximum efficiency level with a home. This style becomes popular in a city that is growing quickly. The layout of a Townhouse is very efficient and will generally have a row house design with multiple stories, smaller hallways, and limited lawn space. This is efficient because it will share a wall with a neighboring house.
These are only some examples of styles of homes. Though you cannot search for specific styles of homes, you can search for types of homes. Look into homes for sale in ID today to find a new home for you.
Living in Idaho
Nature in Idaho
Moving to Idaho gives you the option to spend time in nature, visiting the great outdoors. Popular activities include biking, with plentiful trails like Corral to Hills, Spring Valley Creek, Around the Mountain, Watchman, and Northwest Boise Circuit. Perhaps the most well- known biking trail in Boise, however, is the charming Greenbelt. This paved trail parallels the Boise River, allowing a scenic bike ride. The 20 mile long trail is not just used for biking, however, other popular uses are running, walking, or simply sitting on one of the benches to enjoy nature.
River rafting is another favored sport. With thousands of miles of rivers, over 93,000 miles. Out of these miles of river, 3,100 miles have whitewater rapids so that rafting can be convenient for a day activity or longer. For more exhilarating trips, Class difficulty V rapids can be found in the North Fork of the Payette River or the South Fork of the Salmon River. For a more relaxing float down water, the Boise River and Snake River is a favorite.
Other outdoor endeavors in Idaho include hiking, nearby trails or in the mountains, camping, fishing, boating, four-wheeling, geocaching, to name a few. Depending on where you live will determine where you go for these activities. If you live in Boise, for example, an exceptional place to camp is one of the numerous campgrounds in the Boise National Forest. No matter where you live in Idaho, however, spending time in nature isn’t too far away.
Shopping in Idaho
Along with getting into nature, many Idahoans enjoy the urban lifestyle. In the capital city, there are several shopping centers, including the popular Boise Towne Square Mall. Established in 1988, the Boise mall quickly became the largest mall in the Boise Metropolitan area. The second largest mall in this area is the Karcher Mall in Nampa, Idaho. Another fashionable shopping center is the Meridian Village, a chic outdoor gathering place with modern stores and entertainment locations.
Outside of the Treasure Valley, popular malls include Pine Ridge Mall in Pocatello, Idaho, Grand Teton Mall in Idaho Falls, Lewiston Center Mall, and Palouse Mall. Besides those aforementioned, there are many other malls in the state of Idaho.
Whether you cling to the modern lifestyle or you reminisce in making memories outdoors, Idaho is for you. Start your search today to find your new Idaho home.
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Listing information last updated on March 21st, 2019 at 3:37pm MDT.