There are numerous listings under Idaho property for sale on Idaho’s Multiple Listing Service (MLS). In order to find your new Idaho property, we have created an advanced search with the latest technology. Access to the real estate market gives you thousands of options. Some these properties will have a structure such as a home while others will instead have undeveloped land. Start your search today!
Beautiful Brick Single Level Home In West Boise! Convenient Location On A Quiet Street With A Large Lot. Nice Brick Driveway. Hardwood Floors, Custom Tile, Newer Roof. Large Kitchen With Center Island And All Appliances Included. Updated Bathroom. Spacious ...
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Immaculate 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath Single Level Home Built In 2006. Featuring Open Floor Plan With Vaulted Ceilings, Gorgeous Hardwood Floors, And Spacious Master Suite. Covered Back Patio, Fenced Yard, 2 Car Attached Garage.
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So Much Charm And Potential Wrapped Up In This 1936 Vintage Home. 1620 Finished Square Ft With 515 Sq Ft Of Unfinished Basement Space. Beautiful Corner Lot With Tons Of Curb Appeal! Large Front Entry With An Immediate Extra Room. Kitchen Has A Spacious Info...
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One purpose for an Idaho property is a residential building. Buying a home in the real estate market is an investment that must be made with special consideration. To find your new home, establish your search according to your specifications to find exactly what you want.
This website covers properties from all over Idaho but tends to focus on the Boise Metropolitan area, which holds 40% of Idaho’s population. To learn about Boise, Meridian, Eagle, Nampa, Kuna, Star, and other cities in the Boise Metropolitan Area, go to the top of the web page on this site labeled COMMUNITY and select the city that interests you. Undoubtedly, these homes reside in neighborhoods in their respective communities.
Boise subdivisions and neighborhoods come in various designs and styles, with different associations. Edgewater Estates, for example, is a gated community with similar architectural constructions. On the other and, Schmelzer is an open neighborhood with beautifully designed homes.
Meridian subdivisions have homes, some newly constructed while others with a longer connection to the community. At the Southern portion of Meridian, Bellington Park subdivision is a brand new home community. To accent the new homes and provide recreation, a community pool and clubhouse has been constructed for residents there.
Eagle neighborhoods as well contains assorted housing options. Island Woods is known for beautiful landscaping with walking paths that lead directly a water front. Likewise, Timberland Estates is noted for homes with an exterior design that accents an elegance rustic style.
These are only a few examples of communities in Idaho and the neighborhoods in them. To learn more, additional information is located on this site to help you with your home search. If you know which city and subdivision you want your new home in, you can modify your property exploration on our advanced search option.
Acreage in Idaho
Another reason to look for a property is for the value of land. Idaho land may come with a house, or you may have the opportunity to build on it. Acreages of land are usable in Idaho. It is feasible to manage land for a financial investment or perhaps use it for recreational purposes.
For a financial investment, there is plentiful land used in Idaho for agricultural ambitions. This may include a farm, an orchard, or perhaps a vineyard. Thousands of acres in Idaho are dedicated for farming, and Idaho agriculture is known for its potatoes as it constitutes $550 million to $700 million in Idaho’s economy. Though, potatoes are not in any means the only crops in Idaho. Other crops include lentils, corn, and alfalfa, to name a few.
Another popular use for acreage is by owning a ranch. Typically, a ranch is used to raise animals such as cattle and horses, but some landowners will choose to have a ranch for recreational purposes. Whether vacation properties or permanent residences, ranches in Idaho offer an array of choices. Ranch land can be used for horseback riding, fishing, hunting, or other uses.
Many Idahoans enjoy getting outdoors and there are plenty of places to do that in Idaho. One of the most popular ways to get outdoors is camping, which is an excellent way to both get outdoors as well as try other activities - like hiking or zip lining. When you camp, you can usually participate in other outdoor activities as well. In Idaho, there are hundreds of places to camp. There are campgrounds that are developed and some that are not, allowing all sorts of camping to occur, whether you camp in an RV or in a tent. A popular place to camp in Idaho is the Boise National Forest, which has many camp sites like Safer Butte and Tie Creek.
Whether camping overnight or going on a day trip, there are some great activities things to do outdoors. One such activity is biking - Idaho has over 140 miles of biking trails. Some of these trails include Watchman, Northwest Boise Circuit, and the Greenbelt, all at different skill levels. Another favorite is fishing, which is done in both remote alpine lakes and city ponds. In the winter, there is Bogus Basin with slopes for skiing and snowboarding, as well as a tubing hill and places to snowshoe.
Idaho also has metropolitan areas with more modern activities. Boise, for example, has multiple shopping centers including the Boise Towne Square Mall. The Boise Towne Square Mall finished construction in 1988 and has since become the largest shopping center in the Treasure Valley. In more recent years, the Meridian Village was established becoming a chic popular outdoor shopping center. The other mall in the Boise Metropolitan area is the Karcher Mall in Nampa, Idaho.
In Eastern Idaho, Idaho residents enjoy the Grand Teton Mall in Idaho Falls, Pine Ridge Mall in Pocatello, and Magic Valley Mall in Twin Falls. Other malls in Idaho are the Lewiston Center Mall in Lewiston, the Palouse Mall in Moscow, and the Silver Lake Mall in Coeur d’ Alene. These are just a few examples of the countless shopping locations in the state of Idaho. The more populated cities will have a multitude of numerous shopping centers, shops, and popular clothing stores.
With both the outdoor choice and the more modern style option for spending time, Idaho is truly a state that could meet everyone’s wants and needs.
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Listing information last updated on May 24th, 2017 at 1:37pm MDT.