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Platted Subdivision With 12 Townhomes. The New Blue Heron Subdivision Located Directly Across The Street From The New Heron Park, Greenbelt And River. Floor Plans Included. Excellent Location, With Park And River Views For 4 Homes And Additional ...
Approx. 2.94 Acre Bldg Lot Close To Schools And City Limits Of Parma, Idaho! Irrigation, Live Stream Level & Sloped. Don't Miss Out On This Opportunity To Build Your New Home! Room To Build A Shop. Livin' The Good Life!
Country Living With Quick 30 Minute Access To Eagle/boise. Seller's Have Done All The Hard Work To Make This Lot Build Ready; The Dirt Work Is All Done, Road Base And Gravel Are Installed, Two Level Building Pads Are On Site, New 380ft Well Was In...
Nearly A Half Acre In Fruitland City Limits With Room For A Nice Home And A Even A Shop On This Level Building Site Near Schools. Less Than A Mile To Payette County Recreation Department And Less Than 2 Miles To Hospitals. Power To Property Line....
Idaho land for sale is available all throughout the state, and finding it is so easy with our Map Search tool. Try the Polygon Search - you can draw a shape on our map interface and isolate listings within that shape. Or you can use our Radius Search option. Find a home in proximity to your favorite locations! Alternatively, you can find a home with our Property Search, seeking listings that match your search criteria. Be sure to include the acreage you would prefer your lot to be!
Residential land is generally purchased in order to build a home ideal for the owner - if you would prefer looking at pre-built homes, look at the houses for sale Idaho has to offer. Oftentimes when people purchase land, it is to have enough room for certain hobbies like horseback riding, hunting, or gardening. In some of these cases, one can try searching with the ‘Recreational Land’ sub-category, or ‘Single Family with Acreage.’ Recreational lands are typically ranch or mountain properties, as they are naturally more spacious.
Idaho has plenty of recreational land available, for so many different purposes. For example, a majority of Idaho lands have been devoted to natural wildlife preserves and parks. These are great places for backpacking, camping, and other outdoor recreational activities. Furthermore, Idaho has excellent fishing and hunting seasons throughout the year, as well as trails for hikers, bikers, horses, and ATVs.
Some Idaho land for sale is put towards more commercial purposes. The Snake River Basin, or the Southwestern portion of Idaho, is particularly fertile for crops and has the most agricultural infrastructure in the state. These farming areas contribute a large part to the economy of Idaho, and Idaho is one of the leading contributors of milk, corn, and potatoes. Designating at least part of your land for farming can be quite lucrative, and if you have a residence on the property it makes it all the more easier.
As a commercial investment, many ranch owners will look into raising livestock to sell on the meat market. In Idaho, there are acres of land for sale that are used for this purpose. On the other hand, horse ranches will raise animals for breeding and training, and will sometimes rent space out to horse owners without enough land to accommodate their animal. There are even resort ranches, which entertain vacationers with a classic cowboy experience.
The agricultural business in Idaho is flourishing. Thousands of acres are dedicated to raise crops, including potatoes, onions, hay, corn, fruit, and turnips -- just to name a few. Idaho’s agriculture is significant to not only Idaho farmers but the United States and even the world. Potatoes, one of Idaho’s most important crops, make up $550 million to $700 million in Idaho’s agricultural industry.
Idaho land for sale can be purchased for the purpose of a farm, with many varieties of crops to grow. Depending on how serious you are about starting a farm, try and find a property with an ideal amount of space. In Idaho you can find properties of just a few acres, as well as land over a hundred acres. .
Orchards are another potential investment with land. Idaho farmers grow all sorts of fruits, including apricots, apples, pears, and peaches. This produce is shipped all across the country, but many of it stays right in Idaho. Food artisans often craft these fruits into delicious treats found in local Farmers Markets. However, one of the most fruitful crops in Idaho, however, are grapes. Since 1865, the Idaho vineyards have grown to producing fruit for over 40 wineries inside the state and some outside the state, thanks to their land that adds up to more than 1,600 acres.
Once you know the purpose for the land for sale you are looking for, it is important to know how to find the perfect Idaho land for you. After you narrow down your choices to the amount of land that you want, it is important to know where you want to live. Several cities in Idaho have land. Here are some in the Treasure Valley:
10 miles from Boise, Idaho, is the city of Eagle - a rural location with beautiful landscaping. Populated by only 19,908 people spread across 29.4 miles, there are some great chances to find larger plots of land for sale in the area. Real estate in Eagle varies, as properties can cost over $2,000,000 as well as below $100,000. If you are looking for a home, try searching in Eagle today!
Nampa is the second largest city in Idaho but it is in no way running out of room. From small homes in the city to properties with abundant land on the outskirts, Nampa has an excellent real estate market. Nampa is known for being a great place to live and the cost of living is lower than the national average. There are many things to do outdoors if you live in Nampa, including visiting the local parks, golf courses, and Lake Lowell -- a popular lake surrounded by a wildlife refuge where people can swim, boat, and nature watch. Nampa land has everything for someone to enjoy.
There is land in Kuna for sale as well. Many people in Kuna will use their land for agricultural purposes, but there are plenty who choose not to and instead live on completely residential properties. Kuna is a great small town community with many city parks and events to enjoy. Annual activities all over the city help bring residents together.
Wherever you choose to live in Idaho, purchasing land can be an excellent investment in real estate. However, the high quality of life in this state promises to be an investment in your own lifestyle. Search for Idaho land for sale and the many opportunities it will bring you.
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Listing information last updated on September 18th, 2019 at 10:15pm MDT.