Idaho’s vast and varied climate as well as geography allows for residents to have many different types homes, including beautiful Idaho riverfront properties. Begin your search today through Idaho’s MLS...
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...
Large Beautiful Home With Amazing Views Overlooking The Community Lake. Upscale Neighborhood With Well Kept Homes. Close To State Street And Easy Access To Shopping. Paddle Boat Across The Lake, Bbq In The Peaceful Backyard, Or Relax By The Firepl...
Custom, One-of-a-kind, Single-owner Home On Over 4 Acres. The Canal On One Side And Creek On The Other, Form The Property’s Own Private Little Island (not In A Flood Plain). Mother-in-law Quarters And A Separate Single One-bedroom Apartment. Shop ...
Luxury Waterfront Living! This Single Level, Low Maintenance, 1,827 Sq Ft, 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath, 2 Car Garage Townhome Is Located In A Private Gated Community And Backs Up To Community Lake. The Open Floor Plan And Oversized Windows Bring The Light A...
Enjoy Entertaining In This Beautiful Farmhouse-style Home W/built-in Bbq. Embrace The Sights & Sounds Of Nature In This Gated Community, Taking Advantage Of All The Boise Area Offers. Relax In The Open Concept Flow Of The Home. Each Bedroom Has I...
Tucked Behind The Gate In Eagle’s Hidden Treasure - Lakeland Estates, This Gorgeous Home Enjoys Stunning Views & Incredible Privacy. Poised On A Premier ~1¼ Acre Home Site, The Semi-circular Driveway & Enclosed Courtyard Present A Dramatic Entranc...
Riverfront properties can be both beautiful to live in as well as recreationally prime, but they come with their own unique challenges that must be taken into consideration before purchasing. Living on a waterfront property can provide a more peaceful atmosphere for living. Whether enjoying a relaxing swim or just sitting by the river while listening to wildlife, a riverfront property is a great place to unwind after a long day.
Additionally, recreation next to a water font is readily available. With an opportunity to swim, fish, float, or simply dip your toes in the water, living so close to this amenity is a great addition to a relaxing lifestyle. As well as the personal benefits, buying a riverfront property can be an investment. Generally, being on a water front will add to the price of the home. However, this can be beneficial in later years if selling the home. It may be easier to sell a water front home for a good price.
Building Next to Idaho Rivers
Riverfront properties can be both beautiful to live in as well as recreationally prime, but they come with their own unique challenges that must be taken into consideration before purchasing.
One of the most important things to consider when living next to a river, whether it’s an Idaho river or not, is the potential for water damage to your home. Water damage to a home has the possibility to compromise the structural integrity of a building. Employing safeguarding techniques, however, will mitigate the chances that damage to your home will occur.
Also, before constructing anything, like a fence or a dock, riverside property owners should also be aware of how much of the land and the water they own. Failing to comply with property regulations can result in severe fines that must be payed. When you are building, make sure to have strong and reliable structural supports that will withstand potential water hazards.
If you take the proper steps, an Idaho riverfront property is a viable investment. Regardless of whether you choose to live on the riverside or in the middle of Idaho’s desert, Idaho has beautiful homes for sale.
Idaho has over 93,000 miles of river that pass through its territory. Some of the noted rivers include the Boise River, the Salmon River, and the Snake River, all of which have great recreational opportunities attached to them.
Idaho has the most whitewater rafting rivers in the contiguous United States, with over 3,100 thousand miles of rapids large and small. There are many ways to enjoy river rafting in Idaho.
Those who want more leisurely, less exhilarating trips can try floating the Boise River, which has a Class Difficulty level of I to II depending on the season as well as location along the river. The Boise River is one of Idaho’s most noted rivers because it runs through the state capital, and makes for a popular day activity during the summer months. On the opposite end, however, risk takers can try the more dangerous Class Difficulty V spots in Idaho, like the North Fork of the Payette River, or the South Fork of the Salmon River. Many river trips require overnight or longer trips in order to reach the destination where you will be entering the water. These excursions can be fun, exciting trips that you can enjoy with others.
Idaho has incredible fishing opportunities, including fly fishing, for those inclined to the outdoors. There are many fish species present in Idaho, including Salmon, Trout, Perch, and Sturgeon. These species and more are found in Idaho’s 26,000 miles of rivers and streams as well as the hundreds of lakes and reservoirs found here.
The Salmon River is actually one of the most free flowing rivers still active in the world, and there are great fish species that use it year round. There are even many urban ponds that have been designated for usage in the less rural areas of the state, which are stocked for fishing with many kinds of fish that are usually easier to catch and more enjoyable to eat than other species of fish.
The rivers in Idaho are incredible picturesque, and their natural beauty as they run across the state is a subject of many, many photos. Exploring alongside these rivers varies depending on the local terrain - the Snake River, for example, can be difficult to traverse in areas like Hell’s Canyon, North America’s deepest river gorge. However, the Boise River is bordered by the Boise Greenbelt, a twenty-five mile long alternate and recreational route that connects all of Idaho’s riverside parks. This is a leisurely route that provides an excellent chance for walkers and bikers to maintain themselves, but can be more populated than any other riverside trail in Idaho.
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Listing information last updated on November 21st, 2018 at 1:07pm MST.