Are you interested in Idaho homes for sale? Idaho has excellent real estate available, which can be found on this site. Use our intuitive real estate search engine to find homes that fit your needs, based on parameters you include. These can range from your preferred price and area, as well as the levels and amenities found in the home. Start searching for your dream home now!
Wow! Like New Gorgeous 3 Bed 2.5 Bath, Two Story Home In Beautiful South Estates. Custom Built Home In 2015, Includes Tray Ceiling In Master Bedroom, Walk-in Closet And A Frontward Facing Room With Large Bay Window. Other Features Include, Stainl...
Now Available In Falcon Valley! Amazing Corner Lot Location Adjacent To Common Areas Across The Street, Covered Back Porch, Upstairs Laundry Room And A Bedroom On The Main Level Will Make This One Go Fast. Enjoy The Gas Fireplace In The Living Roo...
Very Cute And Clean 3 Bedroom 1 Bath Central Heat And Air. Hardwood Floors, Cove Ceilings, Family Room Fenced Back Yard Covered Patio. Outside Storage 10k Of New Siding In April 2018. Lots Of Storage In This House Updated Windows, Doors, Roof, C...
Remarkably Private And Charming Farmhouse With Many Interior Upgrades Including Custom Built Ins, Tile Work, Paint, And The Warmth Of A Pellet Stove For Those Cold Winter Nights. The Property Is Surrounded By Mature Trees And Includes A 17x48 Barn...
A Little Diamond In The Rough, This Little Jewel Has Much To Offer. New Carpeting And Flooring Throughout. New Interior Paint In Living And Dining, Stainless Steel Stove And Microwave. A Single Level Split Plan On An Oversized Lot, There's Room Fo...
A Must See - 4 Bedroom, 2.5 Bath Features 2001 Sq.ft. Home Nestled In A Red Feather Sub - Hardwood Flooring, New Carpet. Charming Kitchen Set Up With Tons Of Counter Space And Storage. Center Island And Granite Counter Tops Complimented With A Bre...
Hidden Gem In Town! Lovely 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath Home On 2.6 Fully Fenced & Irrigated Acres. Detached 2 Car Garage, Hay Barn With Cement Floor & Cow Barn. Inside The Home Are Gorgeous True Wood Floors, Pellet Stove With Extra Pellets, Large Rooms And ...
Windermere Real Estate Boise Valley
3400 N Plantation River Drive, Boise, ID - $1,200,000
Exquisite River Frontage Setting In The Middle Of Town, Just Minutes To Downtown Boise, Eagle, & All Types Of Recreation. Rarely Available River Lot With No Greenbelt Between The Home And The River, Very Private And Serene Setting In The Plantatio...
Bring All Of Your Toys! Not Only Does This Adorable Home Offer A 4 Car Garage & Extended Driveway Parking But It Also Features Dual Rv/boat Parking! Situated On A Quiet Corner Lot, The Spacious Backyard Has A Large Storage Shed, Dog Run Area & A P...
Homes This Nice, In This Location, Don’t Come On The Market Often! Open Floor Plan, Perfectly Maintained, Shows Like Brand New. Large Covered Patio, Garden Space, And Backs Up To Open Space. You Get It All, Privacy, Great Floor Plan, Ss Appliances...
Imagine Your Very Own Mid-century Home, Nestled In Boise's North End With Numerous Interest Points Conveniently Located - Sunset Park, Schools, Shopping And More. So Much To Enjoy Here - Including Hardwood Floors, A Beautiful Fireplace, A Light An...
There is a lot of Idaho real estate for sale available across the localcommunities. If you already know approximately where you want to look for real estate for your next home, go into a specific city or neighborhood page to browse for your new home. Once there, you can navigate the listings by the navigation tool on the right side and click on the link that is “Search Listings.” Then, you can begin to look through the Idaho real estate for sale to find a home according to your specifications. You can search according to price range, size, and other features of the property. Each of the COMMUNITY pages has information on each city and why you may want to look there.
Not sure which community is right for you? You can search for Idaho real estate for sale without specifying a city. Just use the advanced search tool that can be found under the “Property Search” option at the top of the page. There, you can find properties that appeal to you.
DIFFERENT TYPES OF PROPERTIES
There is a wide range of Idaho real estate for sale, including commercial and residential properties. Of these properties, there are both pre-built structures as well as empty plots which can be developed. If you want to search for undeveloped land, you can use the advanced search tool on this website and select the PROPERTY TYPE “Land,” as well as the AGE OF BUILDING as “to be built.” Another feature of the search tool on this website is you can select the amount of land you want. Whether you want a small lot size or many acres of land, this website can help you find the right size. Simply include your minimum and maximum size under PROPERTY SIZE, and your results will be filtered.
These property types as well as some of the kinds of properties found underneath their tabs are listed below.
A single family home, or a single-detached, is classified as a residential building that is not attached to any other homes or buildings. Homeowners of these properties have complete control over renovations and changes to their home (HOA guidelines not withstanding), and enjoy a larger expectation of privacy than some other homes. However, the homeowners are responsible for all costs to their home.
A townhouse is connected to other homes by one wall. Because of this, townhouses are usually built close together. This type of home is great for those who don't mind sharing some space with their neighbors - even if the adjoining walls are insulated, you're likely to interact with your neighbor to some degree. Townhouse subdivisions are typically, but not always, managed by a Home Owner's Association. Townhouses without a HOA could be problematic for resale. Make sure you look into the details of a townhouse before purchasing.
There are condos in Idaho Real Estate that you can look into. The difference between a condo and an apartment lies in who actually owns the living units. Generally, Condo units are sold to occupants while an apartment is rented out. As with all owned homes, all maintenance expenses will be paid for by the occupants - however, in this case they are paid as condo fees. Similar to rent, condo fees are assessed by the property value of the unit itself. Condos usually include amenities for their residents, like pools, gyms, or rooftop access.
Recreational Land with Home
If the purpose of a property is purely recreational, then it would fall under this category. People who invest in these homes will most likely use this home for vacations. Properties like cabins and some ranches will fall into this category. These are typically larger plots of land, or in some cases are near to large tracts open to the public. In both cases, it is to allow space for the owner to enjoy a recreational activity that normally would be more difficult in a typical suburban home. Motocross racing, boating, hunting, fishing, and other activities are examples of this. These homes are excellent in that, if managed properly, they can be a vacation home or rented out for profit.
Smaller, mobile and manufactured homes are excellent real estate properties as well. Usually far more affordable than other property types, both the mobile and manufactured homes industries are producing higher quality homes for sale. By building these units off-site, the finished project are less likely to be damaged by weather conditions. However, potential homeowners do need to consider that mobile homes are not considered real estate property, and purchasing a new manufactured home does not typically purchase the land the home will be on. These are great properties for the smart home buyer.
Residential income homes are very similar to other residential properties, with the exception that these properties are owned by someone other than the homeowner, who must pay rent to live there and must abide by property rules set by the owner. Furthermore, these homes are often placed together to form complexes, like apartments, duplexes, and triplexes. Most residential income properties like these have their own individual entrances for privacy. However, single-family units can still be residential income properties. These are popular because they provide more space than a typical apartment or condo building.
Of the properties available, there are any number of amenities that you can search for. If you want to look for a property with a swimming pool, a waterfront, a fireplace, RV parking, shop, or shed, you can find it by searching with PROPERTY FEATURES.
Ranch properties under this category are specifically agricultural ranches rather than resort ranches, and raise livestock for meat purposes like cattle or swine. These properties are, typically, found in the outer regions of a city or town, or in towns like Middleton or Star. This is due largely to the fact that animals will require larger areas to roam and potentially graze. Ranch owners also take into account the risks of exposing the animals to a high stress urban environment. Ranches have an excellent foothold in Idaho's economy, and the state produces large quantities of trained horses and beef every year.
If you are searching for a farm property, simply include the FARM property sub-type in your search. These are private properties that allow for residential buildings in what is otherwise a commercial business. Idaho is a very agricultural state, and farms are found throughout the state. A majority of them are in the Southwestern portion of the state, also known as the Snake River Basin. Farms of varying sizes can be found in this area, even in close proximity to more urban areas like Boise or Nampa.
The dairy industry is one of the largest in Idaho - there are well over 500,000 milk cows in the state, which produce about 13 million pounds of milk a year! Idaho is one of the United State's leading dairy products producers, and you can find dairy farms throughout Idaho, including smaller towns like Middleton or larger cities like Meridian. Taking care of cows can be an expensive but rewarding business.
Multi-use properties will include some sort of combination between the three types of property aforementioned, as the land owners dictate. So long as the income to the farm is provided by more than one industry, the property is considered multi-use.
As you look into Idaho Real Estate for sale, look for the many property options available. If you are needing help or are interested in a home, feel free to contact our real estate professionals. You can find an excellent Idaho home today!
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Listing information last updated on November 21st, 2018 at 1:52pm MST.