Houses for Sale Idaho
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Houses for Sale Idaho
Whether you’re coming to Idaho for the first time or already live in this beautiful state, our website can help you create a personalized search for the right home. The houses for sale Idaho has to offer come in a wide array of styles, sizes, and prices. It can be easy to find one you like. Below are a few of the home styles that you could find in the largest metropolitan area of Idaho, the Treasure Valley.
Communities in the Treasure Valley
Boise is the most densely populated city of the state. Because of this, a variety of homes can be found here.
Boise has been the capital of the Idaho territory since 1864, and it has taken great care in preserving the incredible homes which were built here over the course of history. The North End district, for example, is recognized for its large amount of Queen Anne homes that were built in the beginning of the twentieth century and in the 1920s. Hyde Park, a business district within the North End, is a unique shopping area composed of similarly-aged buildings. Some sections of the North End may be on the National Register for Historic Places, but still remain vibrant, flourishing parts of Boise’s community.
Further into the North End, however, you can find newer residential developments and neighborhoods. This high desert terrain inspired an Old Mission style revival, with homes built of stucco walls and terracotta tile roofs, and the hills have necessitated some incredible home designs. Try browsing Boise homes here.
Eagle can be found to the northeast of Boise, about ten miles from the city center. Eagle homes are typically high-quality, with larger properties the further north into the city one goes.
This community is made of mostly suburban areas, and homes are generally single-family units with beautifully landscaped yards. Many homes here are considered to be in the ranch style, which was popular between the 1940s and 1970s before resurging into current market trends. This is often seen combined with craftsman style touches, such as exposed brick or wood work.
Mediterranean designs (Tuscan, for example) are occasionally used in some parts of Eagle. This warm and inviting style uses old world, European design principles like wrought iron and stone facades. If this interests you, sort through Eagle homes here.
Meridian is a very popular city for Treasure Valley residents, thanks to its centralized location amongst other Idaho cities including Boise, Eagle, Nampa, and Star.
Quite similar to Eagle as far as neighborhoods go, Meridian’s residential sections are largely single family homes. Houses for sale in Meridian are listed for an average of about $270,000, but there are homes of both higher and lower prices to fit any budget. Meridian homes, like Eagle’s, are also typically Ranch, Craftsman, or Tuscan inspired.
Meridian’s location makes it easy for residents to commute to other locations in the valley for work and play. If this city seems like the community of choice for you, start your search for Meridian homes here.
When it comes to houses for sale Idaho has an incredible selection, but that’s not the only reason this state is popular.
Idaho is a largely recreational state, and a majority of its land is state or federally-sanctioned park. The Rocky Mountains pass through the western part of the state, and create small sub-ranges that stretch all around Idaho, like the Owyhee mountains, the Sawtooth mountains, and the Boise Mountains. Those who like to hike, camp, or explore are often drawn to Idaho for access to these ridges.
Another group of people that are drawn to Idaho is those who like to hunt or fish. Regular hunting seasons allow for amazing specimens of deer, elk, and fish. Idaho has over 90,000 miles of streams, rivers, and lakes, and is known the world-over for incredible its fly fishing. These water areas are also excellent places for swimming, boating, and river rafting - in fact, 3,100 miles of Idaho rivers are whitewater rapids!
Urbanized areas of Idaho, like Boise, still try to recall the outdoor spirit of Idaho within the city limits, with treelined streets, and parks like Eagle Island State Park, Julia Davis Park, or Kathryn Albertson Park.
Whether you prefer living by such beautiful scenery or exploring it, Idaho is right for you. You can find houses for sale here in remote places as well as in central locations. Start searching for an Idaho home today!
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Listing information last updated on April 18th, 2021 at 6:00am MDT.