Idaho Houses for Sale
There are many reasons to look into the Idaho houses for sale on the real estate market. Look into these Idaho houses for sale to find high quality homes, as well as the benefits of living in Idaho. Begin your search today...
Idaho Houses for Sale
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607 W Beeson St., Boise, ID - $349,900
Gregory S. Howard
2116 N 26th Street, Boise, ID - $386,000
837 Jenkins Creek Rd, Weiser, ID - $420,000
Silvercreek Realty Group
1218 N Principle Way, Meridian, ID - $335,000
Accel Realty Partners
1833 W Root Creek St, Meridian, ID - $450,000
John L Scott Boise
3687 S Gekeler Lane 79, Boise, ID - $335,000
Epic Realty LLC
1888 W Pine Creek Dr, Nampa, ID - $329,900
RE/MAX Executives - Nampa
1112 S. Owyhee, Boise, ID - $740,000
Andy Enrico & Company Real Estate 2, LLC
330 N 10th. E, Mountain Home, ID - $295,000
ERA West Wind Boise
IDAHO REAL ESTATE
Real estate options in Idaho are available throughout cities and communities. There are thousands of listings on the Idaho Multiple Listing Service (MLS). With so many listings, navigating them to find your new home may seem difficult. However, thanks to the innovated advanced search of this website, you can find the home of your dreams in an efficient and easy manner.
To make your search as simple as possible, there are a few things you should be aware of before starting. Because there are over 200 cities in Idaho with real estate options, you should have an approximation of where you want to live in Idaho. If you base this decision on why you are moving, you’ll have an easier time finding a home to appeals to you.
40% of Idaho’s population lives in the Treasure Valley in the Southwestern corner of the state. Within that area, there is a wide range of communities with possible real estate options.
Boise, Idaho is the largest city and the capital of Idaho. Boise has viable real estate options with several homes on the market. These different homes include single-family homes, condos, apartments and townhouses, just to name a few.
Meridian is only a little more than a third of the population size of Boise, but the developing city has made many properties available for real estate investment. A large portion of Meridian real estate is made up of single-family homes, condos, and apartments. Many Meridian residents enjoy the community of Meridian as well as its close proximity to Boise.
Eagle is known for beautiful houses that have both quality architecture and precision landscaping. Because Eagle is developed to a lesser extent than the rest of the Treasure Valley, properties in this city are recognized by their larger plots and square footage. However, Eagle does have smaller homes for those looking in the area.
These are just three examples from the many cities in Idaho. Don’t feel obligated to narrow your location down to one city - naming a few when you start can give you a comfortable range from which you can pick. You may further narrow the advanced search to sift through Idaho MLS and find homes that better identify with you, by customizing your search. Simply select different things like property type and features that you prefer.
Idaho is a very popular state for camping trips, thanks to its many square miles of undeveloped wilderness. No matter where you live in Idaho, a camping trip is less than a few hours away. One great place to look for camping is the Boise National Forest, which holds over 70 campgrounds.
Depending on how many amenities you want while camping, there are more developed or less developed campgrounds. Some campgrounds include a running water source, paved roads, and restrooms, while others are little more than dirt. Some are specialized or are functional towards RVs and trailers, but it is good to check before making your plans to visit a campsite. Some of the popular campgrounds include Warm Lake Campground, Tie Creek Campground, and Shafer Butte Campground. For an extensive list of campgrounds in the Boise National Forest with descriptions of the campground, simply go to www.fs.usda.gov and search for "Boise National Forest".
Idaho has over 140 miles of biking trails, catering to both the beginning biker and the expert as well as everyone in between. Popular mountain biking trails in Idaho include the Corrals to Hulls track, Watchman, Three Bears, and Northwest Boise Circuit. Some are dirt roads, and others are paved for convenience. The Boise Greenbelt is a popular paved biking trail with 20 miles of a paved path alongside the Boise river, which makes for gorgeous scenery.
You can fish outdoors in the large amount of creeks, rivers, and lakes in Idaho - as well as the fish hatcheries often found in Idaho. No matter where you live in this great state, there are always opportunities for fishing. Even the most urbanized city, Boise meets this expectation - residents of Idaho’s capital can fish in public ponds as well as the Boise River nearby.
If you want to spend the day on the water, there are many lakes that are great for it. Some of the popular boating lakes in Idaho include Lucky Peak, Cascade Lake, and Black Canyon. These lakes are great for swimming, water skiing, wake boarding or simply sitting on the beach with a good book.
Thanks to Idaho’s temperate climate, Idaho residents can enjoy all four distinct seasons and the outdoor opportunities that they have. During the colder months, you can enjoy classic winter activities like building snowmen and snowballs, as well as visiting ski resorts like Bogus Basin, which have many sports like skiing, snowboarding, and snowmobiling.
Besides getting outdoors, there are many places in Idaho that offer indoor entertainment and recreation. Popular shopping centers like the Boise Mall or the Meridian Village, as well as smaller, specialty shops can appeal to you. Among other things, there are movie theaters, water parks, arcades, and bowling alleys that can entertain you.
Idaho is a great place to live with the many outdoor options as well as city amenities. Additionally, the real estate in Idaho has many diverse options available. Look into the many Idaho houses for sale in order to find your new home.
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Listing information last updated on July 5th, 2020 at 1:15am MDT.