In your searchfor property in Idaho, there are many real estate options. Idaho is one of the most idyllic locations in the United States, brimming with many beautiful natural locations as well as developed areas to appeal to people of all sorts of people. Property in Idaho is available all over the state. Start your search for Idaho property, and discover what we have to offer!
Location, Location Folks! Classic East Boise Home At The End Of The Street With No Through Traffic. Located Near To Bsu But Far Enough For Comfort. This Home Sits On Almost A 1/4 Acre Lot Just Adjacent To A Second Lot Which Is Also Owned By The Se...
Fantastic N. End Lot With Large Beautiful Trees And Plenty Of Space To Build Your Dream Home As This Lot Is Double The Size Of Most Lots You See On The N-side Of Town. Close To Elm Grove Park And 1 Mile From Camels Back In A Highly Desirable Part ...
A Complete Package - Large Home With Attached Garage, 25'x40' Shop, 30'x40' Shop/barn With Wings. Irrigation - Approximately A 2 Acre Field, Another Separate Field Currently Used As A Pen, Lots Of Yard With Automatic Sprinklers. Large Covered Deck...
See This Gem In The Heart Of Meridian! Walking Distance To The Village Shopping And Parks. This Is In A Very Clean Well Cared For Subdivision. Large Extended Over Sized 3 Bay Car Garage With Epoxy Floors. Definitely Room For A Shop Area In Garage ...
Well Built Home With A Great Floor Plan In Desirable Neighborhood With Parks, Play Areas, Frisbee Golf & Great Community Atmosphere. Close To All Of The New Shopping And Restaurants Being Built. Main Level Office And Master With Luxurious Master B...
Gorgeously Updated And Remodeled Two Story Condo In The Woodbine Condos. This Unit Has A Large Deck Overlooking The Serene Pond With Lush Trees And Birds Visiting The Property. The Elegant Main Floor Has A Great Room W/fireplace, Granite Counters,...
This Impressive Home Stands Out Among The Rest. Starting W/ The Iconic Wrap-around Porch Setting The Stage For The Grand Entry That Welcomes You In. The Well Equip Kitchen Is Ideal For Large Meals & Entertaining, Opening Into The Lrg Family Rm Wh...
This Spanish Revival Style Half-acre Country Estate Located On Historic Owyhee St., Features A Flexible Floor Plan With Living Areas For Everyone. The Enclosed 32x40 Courtyard Is Plumbed With Electric & Water And A Producing Grape Arbor. The Par...
Have You Been Looking For A Unique, One Of A Kind Home? With 5 Beds & 2 Bath, This 1948 Brick Home Could Be The One! This Gem Offers The Potential To Turn The Basement Back Into A Rental With Its Own Entrance. Kitchen And Upstairs Bath Have Been R...
When you are looking for property in Idaho, our advanced search tool that is located at the top of the page can help you find exactly the property you are looking for. On the Advanced Search, look under PROPERTY TYPE on the right-hand side of the page. Click the residential property sub-type that you want to search under.
A singlefamily home is an unattached housing unit that is occupied by one household. Most properties in Idaho are of this classification.
Single family homes with acreage share all similarities with single family homes, with the exception that they are on a larger plot size. The acreage this properties have can be put towards many alternative uses, such as agricultural and/or recreational pursuits.
Resemblingsingle family homes, townhouses are actually house two distinct and separate households which are defined by a shared wall. These structures are more efficient and economical than single family homes, but do have a smaller area and yard space than many single family homes.
A condo (or condominium) is a real estate property with multiple housing units which share the same structure. It differs from apartments only in that condominiums are owned individually by those who live in the properties, while apartments are rented.
Idaho hasmany recreational activities available, and recreational land may appeal to those who want to live here. Examples of recreational land includes cabins and ranches, where the focus is both living and enjoying outdoor activities.
The mobile/manu (short for ‘manufactured’) lot are the land pieces with prefabricated homes for sale, which have the potential to be moved. These lots can be owned by or rented to the owner of the home.
When findingyour Idaho property with our advanced search, you can refine your search with many kinds of specifications so that you are able to find an ideal property. Refine your search by location (city, address, neighborhood, zip code, district), price range, bedrooms or bathrooms, garage capacity, size, age of home, property amenities, and more. Don’t forget, the agents on this site are professionally trained to help you find and purchase a home in the most efficient manner possible, as well as assure that you are comfortable with your decisions. Search for property in Idaho today and invest in a higher quality of living.
The Gem State
When compared to most states Idaho is considered to have a lower population, with a population density of only 19.5 people per square mile overall! Idaho is number 40 out of the states, according to population. Many of Idaho’s counties are sparsely populated, and have a lot of excellent natural landscaping that make Idaho’s terrain very photogenic.
However, there arealso plenty of metropolitan areas in the state that have a higher population density and can offer more urbanized living. These areas include Coeur D’Alene, Lewiston, and Idaho Falls - and the most populated area, the Boise metropolitan area. The Boise Metropolitan area is composed of five counties; Ada, Boise, Canyon, Gem, and Owyhee. Forty percent of the state’s population alone lives in these five counties.
This is, inpart, due to the location of Boise, the state capital. Boise is the most populated city in the state of Idaho, and recorded 205,671 people in its 2010 census - the number is only expected to have grown. That number alone, however, is 2.5 times bigger than the next most populated city in the state, Nampa. Additionally, Boise is the fourth largest city in the Pacific Northwest overall. With those numbers in mind, it is clear to see that there are plenty of real estate in Idaho, even in Boise.
Boise, Nampa, and Meridian, are all developing cities that have room to grow. In fact, Meridian is recorded to have grown 81.5% from 2000 to 2014, a trend more or less resembled by these other cities in the Ada County area. Boise is a popular urban environment with trendy stores and dining opportunities as well as incredible parks maintained by the city.
Meridian and Nampawere historically bedroom communities that quickly grew in popularity and now rival Boise as premier places to live. Other popular cities in this region of Idaho include Kuna, Caldwell, Middleton, Garden City, Star, and Eagle, which are interconnected so that residents can enjoy cultural and recreational opportunities found outside of their home city. Purchasing property in this area of Idaho will help your future home be a part of a still-growing and developing city-spanning community.
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Listing information last updated on July 5th, 2020 at 1:45am MDT.