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Charming private mountain cabin on 1.34 acres of beautiful forested land in Cascade, Idaho located just minutes from Lake Cascade and less than 10 miles from the Payette National Forest. The property displays gorgeous views of the forest from every vantage point both within and around the home, giving the home a feeling ...

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121.74± acre picturesque one-of-a-kind North Idaho paradise with 5/8 mi frontage on the Clark Fork River. Level and benched, with a mix of mature timber and natural meadows along with managed pastureland. Home is on highest perch surrounded by lawn and garden, with gorgeous forested mountain views all around. There is also...

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Great place to build your dream home or your home away from home. Capitilize on the views with expansive windows and deck and enjoy the sunsets. Recreation all around and close to Lewiston for shopping. Area of nice homes....

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Teton River Overlook is located on the west side of Teton Valley, Idaho approximately 16 miles north west of downtown Driggs. The property is 80 acres in size and consists of pristine river corridor with approximately 3,500 ft of Teton River frontage. A blank canvas for the sportsman, this 80 acre river parcel enjoys abunda...

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Spring Creek Meadows is situated South of Tetonia and 8.5 miles northwest of Driggs.  This sporting retreat offers a mix of open meadows, mature trees and big Teton views.  The property has two forks of Spring Creek onsite plus the main Fork of South Leigh Creek.  Spring Creek runs year round while South Leigh Creek is s...

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Beautiful 10-acre equestrian estate located on the edge of the foothills in North Boise. This property is ideal for horse enthusiasts and is set up for dressage training with a large riding arena, three separate fenced grazing pastures which are irrigated, and a huge barn style storage shed perfect for tack.  The spectacu...

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This sloped recreational land showcases breathtaking 360-degree mountain views and is located just minutes from downtown Cascade, Idaho. The picturesque setting could be used to build a cabin, as a hunting retreat, or a private campground. This secluded location is a perfect refuge for area wildlife ideal for the outdoor en...

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This fantastic building lot in the heart of scenic McCall, Idaho has lots of nice mature pine / evergreen trees, city utilities (water & sewer) available need hooked up, electricity to the property, and no CC&R's or HOA dues. Located in between Ponderosa State Park, McCall Golf Club or approximately 2 miles to the main are...

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The Henry’s Fork Riverview Ranch is where Mike & Sheralee Lawson of the renowned Henry’s Fork Anglers have made their personal home & recreational property for almost 20 years while contributing famously to the fly-fishing industry.  Just on the outskirts of St. Anthony, Idaho, this 110± acres offers over ¾ m...

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Former dairy operation on over 176 acres with the potential to be a lucrative cattle feeding operation or farm in the community of Parma, Idaho.  Ranchers will appreciate the amenities this property abounds with, including a 31-station milk barn, two equipment sheds, corrals, feeder bunks, covered hay storage, pivots, set ...

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The Paradise Ranch on the South Fork Bench is located towards the tail end of the famous canyon stretch of the South Fork of the Snake River.  Comprised of 307 deeded acres, and bordering Caribou - Targhee National Forest on all but one boundary, the ranch offers a diverse blend of rolling hills, agricultural grasslands, e...

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Sub-irrigated pasture ranch with some timber. Minutes from McCall, ID, with large pond, spring, and shop. Close to National Forests, streams, and rivers for hunting, fishing, and recreation. Seller has an estimated $1,000,000 of gravel on land. Old foundation of home built over geothermal hot water for possible heat. ...

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This property is a short drive from Lava Hot Springs where you and your family can enjoy dining, shopping and activities like floating the river or year round swimming in the hot pools. The property has access from both sides including a county road on the east. State land borders both ends of the property. The property fea...

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This 115 acre property lies right in the heart of some of the finest hunting, fishing and recreational opportunities in the north west region. The ranch sports a handsome 3628 sq. ft. log home. A great country style kitchen on the main floor and a great room with vaulted wood ceilings are what the house centers on. A formal...

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The White Arrow Ranch consists of 246± deeded acres in the Clover Creek Drainage with fantastic Geothermal Spring water rights. The White Arrow Hot Springs produces 1.3 million gallons of 160 degree water each day. This oasis in the high desert is something to behold! The ranch has a beautiful 7,000 sq. ft. “Mountain Mod...

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Very attractive cropland and feedlot parcel bordering the Snake River, in the Pleasant Valley area, American Falls, Idaho. Irrigated ground consists of a 8 tower pivot, 2 wheel lines, corners are set up to be irrigated. Older frame home, feedlot with an estimated capacity of 500 hd., Water rights are from Aberdeen Springfi...

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Price reduced! This one of kind 3 bedroom + home on 4± acres on the Idaho side of the Snake River in historic Hells Canyon area! Accessible by jet boat from Pittsburgh Landing or by air, 1 mile from Dug Bar Airstrip. Includes tractor, diesel generator and all home furnishings / appliances. Home is set up to sleep 12, and h...

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Take a look at this acreage, close to town, nice neighborhood, level building sites, power through property. Valley and Mountain views....

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OFF GRID opportunity bordering BLM lands on the East and West. This property can be purchased in multiple sized pieces, from 20 acres at $17,900 to 40 acres for $29,900 or in between 20-40 or even more acreage, if desired. This property is about 12 miles SW of Malad, ID on a paved road. There is no winter maintenance, power...

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8.12± acres in Caldwell, Idaho off of I-84 at the Black Canyon Exit. Property is situated 40± minutes from Boise, and 15± minutes from Ontario, Oregon. May work well for commercial development. Property is subdivided into 4 lots, which can be purchased together or separate....

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Land For Sale In Idaho

When most people think about Idaho, they picture a state that is one potato farm after another. While Idaho farmers do produce approximately 30% of all the potatoes grown in the United States, those who call Idaho home quickly point out that the state has a great deal to offer its residents.

4 Reasons to Love Idaho

If you've decided it's time to relocate to another state, there are four compelling reasons to make Idaho your new home state.

The cost of living in Idaho is low. It's estimated that the cost of living in Boise, Idaho is 41% less expensive than living in New York City. One of the main reasons Idaho's cost of living is so much lower than other areas is the housing cost. The average rental cost of a one-bedroom apartment in Boise is $831. The same apartment in New York City or San Francisco is $3,600. The median price of houses in Idaho is $299,900. The same home would cost approximately $414,000 in Portland, Oregon.

Idaho is full of opportunities for outdoor recreation. A 2017 nationwide study showed that the state has the highest number of residents partaking in outdoor recreation. Popular outdoor activities include:

  • Whitewater rafting
  • Kayaking
  • Hiking
  • Fishing
  • Skiing/snowboarding
  • Golf

Idaho has a reputation for providing students with lots of great educational opportunities, particularly for college students. Each of Idaho's large cities has at least one college or university, and the state works hard to encourage all high school students to attend college. The state initiated a direct college enrollment program for high school seniors which has increased the number of students who go directly to

a college in Idaho following their high school graduation. The current high school dropout rate is only 2.9%.

Anyone who is serious about getting a good job will like their prospects in Idaho. According to a 2017 U.S. News report, the state put up respectable employment stats. At the time, the report placed Idaho in 8th place for overall job growth and in 10th place for the lowest unemployment rates.

A Little Information about Idaho Land for Sale

A surprising amount of the land for sale in Idaho is farmland. It's estimated that there are approximately 400,000 acres of Idaho farmland for sale at any given point. The estimated median price of Idaho farmland is $556,904. While most of the farms and ranches in Idaho are used for livestock or crop production, there are many Idaho ranches that focus on wildlife production and market themselves as a vacation destination for hunters. Hunting provides Idaho's farmers and ranchers with an opportunity to use the mountainous sections of their land that isn't suitable for farming or raising livestock.

One of the interesting trends being seen in Idaho is the number of buyers who are looking to start fisheries. Idaho aquaculture, particularly trout fish farming, has become so popular that the state currently ranks number one in the production of rainbow trout. Approximately 70% of Idaho's more than 100 aquaculture facilities are based in Magic Valley.

Whether selling or purchasing Idaho land, the individuals involved in the transaction should discuss the possibility of minerals on the property. The promise of gold is what first attracted settlers to the state, and people remain just as obsessed with what is under Idaho's soil. Today, approximately 45% of the United States’ silver was mined in Idaho. The state also produces 15% of the nation's phosphate. Other important commodities that come from Idaho land include:

  • Garnets and other semi-precious gemstones
  • Clay
  • Gravel
  • Tungsten
  • Thorium
  • Copper
  • Molybdenum
  • Platinum
  • Crushed rock
  • Sand
  • Uranium

When purchasing Idaho land buyers need to find out if they're also purchasing the mineral rights, or if the previous owners have decided to retain the mineral rights.

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