Idaho for Sale
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4 S Roosevelt St, Boise, ID - $299,900
11286 W Silver River Loop, Nampa, ID - $249,900
Equity Northwest Real Estate
6006 S Five Mile Rd, Boise, ID - $550,000
2317 Santa Clara, Meridian, ID - $259,000
Front Street Brokers
6838 W Bluebird Dr, Boise, ID - $175,000
Accel Realty Partners
613 N Mudstone Way, Kuna, ID - $225,000
4332 Eyrie, Boise, ID - $775,777
Silvercreek Realty Group
7861 W Prince, Boise, ID - $239,900
Red Pheasant Realty
5482 S Moonfire, Boise, ID - $253,500
Silvercreek Realty Group
4211 W. Lost Rapids Drive, Meridian, ID - $489,900
7400 W Colt, Boise, ID - $269,900
4528 Dye Lane, Kuna, ID - $349,900
The State of Idaho
Where do you want to live in Idaho? Idaho is a very varied state and combines all sorts of lifestyles together to create a multicultural identity. Are you looking for a small town experience, isolated from the hustle and bustle of the world? Do you want a fast-paced life in the lights of a expansive metropolis? Or perhaps some mixture of the two? Thankfully, Idaho has everything mentioned and more. Learn about Idaho’s regions and how they may influence the type of life you can live there by looking into Idaho for sale.
The Southwest Region of Idaho borders Oregon and Nevada. This region is home to more than 10 counties of the state, including Adams, Washington, Payette, Gem, Boise, Canyon, and Ada. This is the biggest portion of Idaho in terms of land as well as population.
The Boise Metropolitan Area, also known as the Treasure Valley, is made up of 5 counties: Ada, Canyon, Gem, Owyhee, and Boise. Ada County is the largest in Idaho, with a population of 392,365 in 2010, and is also home to Idaho’s Capital, Boise. Canyon comes in second with 188,923 people, with approximately 2/5ths living in Nampa (Idaho’s second most populous city). The other three counties in this area are smaller; Gem has a population of 16,718, Owyhee has a population of 11,526, and Boise County has a population of 7,028. There is always real estate available in Boise.
These highly-developed areas have excellent venues for modern entertainment and shopping, like the Boise Towne Mall and the Meridian Village. However, living in these areas does not prevent you from getting to experience Idaho’s incredible wilderness. The area’s residents especially can enjoy Boise’s incredible foothills, as well as rivers like the Boise River.
The Panhandle is the Northernmost Region in Idaho, named for its similarity to the shape to the handle of a pan. This rural region has cities with more remote locations, which can be expected to offer a slower-paced lifestyle. Counties in this region include Benewah, Latah, Clearwater, and Shoshone. Some of the most noted counties in the Panhandle are Boundary, Bonner, and Kootenai.
Boundary County has an estimated population of 10,853, as of 2013, in its boundaries. Because it is farther north and the immense terrain differences between Idaho’s regions, this area is particularly colder than the rest of Idaho. Bonners Ferry is the county seat and is a historically significant town to Idaho. Originally created by travelers who sought gold in Canada, Bonners Ferry is now a town connected to the landscape of Idaho and home to about 2,500 people.
Bonner County is more populated than Boundary, and is home to 40,476 people (2013 estimate). This county was named after Edwin Bonner, a local ferryman, and who the city of Bonners Ferry was named after. Interestingly enough, Bonners Ferry is no longer located in Bonner, but Boundary!
Another county in the Panhandle is Kootenai, which has an even larger population of 144,265 people according to the 2013 estimate. The largest city in Kootenai is Coeur d’ Alene, a favored destination by many Idahoans who want to visit the majestic Lake Coeur d’ Alene.
Magic Valley Region/South Central
Magic Valley is a relatively new area to the people of Idaho. Seen predominantly as an uninhabitable region, after two dams and several irrigation canals were constructed in the beginning of the twentieth century, what once was an undesirable landscape became one of the best places for agriculture.
Today, Magic Valley Region of Idaho holds almost 12% of Idaho’s population, which includes Twin Falls, its largest metropolitan area and Idaho’s 7th largest city. This city has seen rapid development recently in its economy and population. Twin Falls county is home to 77,230 people.
Other counties in Magic Valley are Cassia with 22,952 people, Jerome with 22,374, Blaine with 21,276, Minidoka with 20,069, Gooding with 15,464, Lincoln with 5,208, and Camas with 1,117.
Eastern and Southeastern Idaho
Eastern Idaho is just East of Magic Valley, and well-known for the many outdoor activities it can host. In the winter, Idahoans will visit popular ski resorts in this region, like Kelly Canyon and Pebble Creek. In the summer, some of the best fly fishing in the world can be found here in the Snake River and Bear Lake.
However, this portion of Idaho isn't only known for it’s impressive outdoor spaces. There is a large amount of advanced educational schools here, including Idaho State University in Pocatello and Brigham Young University-Idaho in Rexburg.
Counties in Eastern Idaho include Butte with a population of 2,891, Jefferson with a population of 26,140, Madison with a population of 37,536, Teton with a population of 10,170, Fremont with a population of 13,242, Clark with a population of 982 (which holds the distinction as being the smallest county in Idaho), and Bonneville with a population of 104,234.
Clearwater Region/North Central
Clearwater has five counties; Latah, Nez Perce, Idaho, Lewis, and Clearwater, from which the region takes the name. Though not as largely populated as some of the other regions, the North central portion of Idaho has a beautiful landscape, including the wide open plains of the of Camas Prairie and the equally as impressive Bitterroot mountain range. It was this region of Idaho that famed travelers William Clark and Samuel Meriwether traveled through.
Idaho County, the largest of all Idaho counties, has over 4 million acres of land designated as National Forests. That’s about 80% of the county! This land is divided up between six parks, including Nez Perce National Forest, the largest forest to be entirely located within the borders of one county. There are so many incredible areas to explore in Idaho county!
Clearwater County is a very well known county in the Idaho’s history, thanks to the actions of Elias Pierce and Wilbur Basset in 1860. It was here that a major gold rush happened, which helped form the territory (and eventual state) of Idaho. Both Pierce and the Orofino River, where the gold rush occurred, have cities in this county named after them. Residents here can ski down or hike up Bald Mountain, or visit the impressive Dworshak National Fish Hatchery, one of the largest fish hatcheries in the world that focuses on breeding and raising migratory fish.
Latah County is home to about 38,078 people according to the 2013 estimate, and with over a thousand square miles, there is plenty of room for one to enjoy the outdoors. Cities in Latah County are Bovill, Deary, Genesee, Juliaetta, Kendrick, Moscow, Onaway, Potlatch, and Troy.
When starting your home search, make sure to consider Idaho’s regions and which ones would best fit you and your lifestyle. Whether you want a remote town with a close connection to the land or a faster paced metropolitan area, look into Idaho for sale for you. Begin your search for your new home today.
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Listing information last updated on March 22nd, 2019 at 5:07am MDT.