Idaho Homes for Sale

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Idaho Homes for Sale

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205 Hawthorne Ave, Middleton

$389,999 - 4 Beds, 2 Baths, 3,503 Sf

MLS® # 98787969

Silvercreek Realty GroupIntermountain MLS Logo
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803 Buchanan St S, Jerome

$150,000 - 3 Beds, 1 Baths, 1,224 Sf

MLS® # 98787968

Keller Williams Sun Valley Southern IdahoIntermountain MLS Logo
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270 Ne Lightning Street, Mountain Home

$315,000 - 3 Beds, 2 Baths, 1,854 Sf

MLS® # 98787966

Mountain Home Pro Real EstateIntermountain MLS Logo
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2174 E Mendota Drive, Boise

$439,800 - 3 Beds, 3 Baths, 1,551 Sf

MLS® # 98787965

O2 Real Estate GroupIntermountain MLS Logo
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9878 W Edna St, Boise

$449,900 - 4 Beds, 3 Baths, 2,683 Sf

MLS® # 98787964

Coldwell Banker Tomlinson - BoiseIntermountain MLS Logo
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2012 Hickory Dr, Nampa

$295,500 - 4 Beds, 3 Baths, 1,825 Sf

MLS® # 98787963

Peterson & Associates REALTORSIntermountain MLS Logo
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501 W 4th N, Mountain Home

$140,000 - 3 Beds, 1 Baths, 1,576 Sf

MLS® # 98787961

Jim Swank Real EstateIntermountain MLS Logo
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208 Mountain View Ave, Caldwell

$285,000 - 3 Beds, 2 Baths, 1,786 Sf

MLS® # 98787960

Homes of IdahoIntermountain MLS Logo
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16342 W Oak, Caldwell

$499,000 - 5 Beds, 3 Baths, 3,120 Sf

MLS® # 98787958

Keller Williams Realty BoiseIntermountain MLS Logo

One of the to search through houses in Idaho is by the size. You can search for a specific square footage and acreage. If you want to find a cozy cottage or a massive mansion, there are those available. Another way to find Idaho homes for sale is by how many bedrooms/ bathrooms there are per property. Or you can search for a home by the all important price tag. With all the homes for sale Idaho has for you, these should help in your home buying decisions.

Some people decide to search for a specific garage capacity, given Idaho’s recreational culture. This site allows you to search Idaho houses for sale by that criteria as well. Furthermore, you can search for a specific property type whether it’s residential, land, farm, commercial, or residential income. There are many ways to search through the Idaho homes for sale in order to find the one that you are looking for. The website is specifically designed for you to find success in securing the new home you want to live in. Find the home that is right for you. If you're looking for very aggressively priced homes you may want to consider checking out Idaho foreclosure listings.

Idaho Homes for Sale

Nonetheless, there are many Idaho homes for sale including Residential Properties, Residential Income, or even ranches for saleforeclosures, and mountain properties. Looking through Idaho homes might be a difficult process, even with the advanced search online. If you are having any problem finding an Idaho home for sale, contact one of the agents on this page and he/ she would be happy to help you. These agents are trained, prepared, and happy to help you find and secure your ideal home.

In addition to the home that you want is the location of the home. A home is only as good as where it itself resides. Because Hughes Group understand this importance, this website is equipped to help you search for Idaho properties by location. If you are interested in Idaho cabins for sale you can also use our search features to view Idaho mountain communities.

You can search for homes for sale in Idaho by the different cities throughout Idaho. Some of the most popular cities in Idaho are Boise, Meridian, Nampa, and Eagle. Here is some brief information about each city to help you understand how you might find a place within their communities.

BOISE, IDAHO

Boise Idaho is the capital of Idaho and has an estimated population of 212,303, according to the 2012 U.S. Census. It is the third most populous metropolitan area in the United States’ Pacific Northwest region. Despite its large population, the air in Boise is relatively clear and the view from the mountains is absolutely breathtaking. The occupants of Boise spread out along geography. Boise is 64 square miles.

In this space, Boise has become relatively safe city. In fact, according to Time magazine, Boise was listed as #1 of eight other cities as “Solutions for America” as “Getting it right.”

Boise, Idaho is also home to a developed culture. Throughout Boise’s existence as a major city in Idaho, the people have striven to promote the value of culture. For example, in 1978 Boise City had a public arts commission that promoted public art installations and developed educational programs to further the culture in Boise. The art and culture in Boise continues to grow.

In addition to the culture in Boise, you should look into houses for sale in Boise Id because the readily available opportunities to be in nature. There are many places just around the corner that are a good place to be outdoors. The Green Belt, for example, is a great place to get outdoors. It runs along the Boise river and is surrounded by trees and wildlife.

MERIDIAN, IDAHO

Meridian received its name due to the fact that it is located on the Boise Meridian. Though it is smaller than Boise, Meridian is the fastest growing city in Idaho. Since 2000, Meridian has increased by 81.5%. Despite this drastic population increase Meridian does not feel like a big city. But it isn't a small community either.

There are plenty of fun things to do in Meridian. There are amusement parks that many people find are great places to spend an afternoon. In the summer, there are several places to have fun in water including many public swimming pools and some water parks. Additionally, there are arcades that are fun for everyone.  If you would rather watch a movie, there are different theaters as well.

NAMPA, IDAHO

Nampa is the largest city in the Canyon County. According to the 2010 census, there are more than 81,555 people in Nampa. Interestingly, Nampa got its name from a Shoshoni word meaning footprint.

Nampa is full of parks to if you want to spend time outdoors. The largest park, Lakeview Park, is a historic and scenic park with a picturesque landscape. There is a playground, several pavilions, and a large grass field.

EAGLE, IDAHO

Eagle, Idaho is the smallest of the four with population of 19,908. It is mostly suburban and the houses in Eagle. The population density is about 688 inhabitants for square mile. To compare, the population density in Boise is 3329 people per square mile.

Eagle is closely related to Meridian in distance and interaction, and their cultural identities are quite similar, sharing attractions and businesses. Nevertheless, Eagle remains a diverse and unique community that is very willing to accept newcomers. Homes for sale in Idaho come in a huge variety of areas & styles. Try the advanced search features found through-out this site to find the perfect home for you!

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Listing information last updated on December 1st, 2020 at 10:45am MST.