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Welcome to your very own Idaho Deer Camp! With endless miles of public land to hunt trophy deer, elk, turkey, and bear this will be the property generations of hunters come to make memories and enjoy. A beautiful cedar cabin sits with exceptional southern exposure and cell service 1.6 miles out of town on a forest service...

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34 acres of textbook north Idaho land awaits you with filtered views of alluring Turner Bay right at your build site. This property boasts 1700 of year-round Turner Creek frontage, ancient cedars, springs coming off the hillside, all in a serene locale away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Power and telephone are loc...

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Looking for estate-style views close to town and amenities? Youve found it! Just minutes from Post Falls and Liberty Lake this property boasts phenomenal views of not only Liberty Lake but the entirety of the Rathdrum/Spokane Valley. Build your dream home with acreage to roam and at night watch the captivating lights flic...

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Looking for estate-style views close to town and amenities? Youve found it! Just minutes from Post Falls and Liberty Lake this property boasts phenomenal views of not only Liberty Lake but the entirety of the Rathdrum/Spokane Valley. Build your dream home with acreage to roam and at night watch the captivating lights flic...

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Looking for estate-style views close to town and amenities? Youve found it! Just minutes from Post Falls and Liberty Lake this property boasts phenomenal views of not only Liberty Lake but the entirety of the Rathdrum/Spokane Valley. Build your dream home with acreage to roam and at night watch the captivating lights flic...

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Looking for estate-style views close to town and amenities? Youve found it! Just minutes from Post Falls and Liberty Lake this property boasts phenomenal views of not only Liberty Lake but the entirety of the Rathdrum/Spokane Valley. Build your dream home with acreage to roam and at night watch the captivating lights flic...

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Incredible opportunity to own riverfront property! This 3 bed / 2.5 bath 2,133 SF home sits on almost 101 acres that fronts approximately 2,300 feet of the Middle Fork of the Clearwater River. Propane forced air heat, central air conditioning, phone line/electricity at the house, private well and septic; this home boasts ...

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Located on the Snake River near Lewiston, Idaho, Ten Mile Creek Ranch is a sportsman’s paradise with nearly 5 miles of  private frontage on the Snake River, the largest tributary of the Columbia River and one of the great, picturesque rivers of North America. The ranch sits between Hells Gate State Park to the north and ...

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37± acre timbered acre island in the Kootenai River, 2± miles east of Bonners Ferry, in North Idaho. The island features a natural boat harbor, and meadow perfect for tent camping. It is an ideal setting for fishing, boating, canoeing, rafting, camping, and overnighting. ...

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Beautiful views of St. Joe River Valley!  Private and gated road access, surrounded by over 300 acres of Stimson lumber land on three sides.  Lots of wildlife in the area including elk, deer, moose, grouse, turkies, bear and more.  A level building site is in and good wells in the area.  Buyer to renew perc test.  Owne...

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North Idaho Development Property For Sale Almost 215 acres in a rapidly expanding location of North Idaho. Located adjacent to a 4000 acre state park and within a mile of beautiful Lake Pend Oreille, this acreage has endless possibilities! With multiple paved county maintained roads to the property lines, this property w...

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Located in Idaho's wild and scenic Nez Perce National Forest, the Legacy Elk Ranch and Lodge is truly one of Idaho's premier offerings. The 289 +/- deeded acres are compromised of open meadows, rolling pastures, spring fed bass ponds, healthy stands of timber, and meandering creek with Cut Throat Trout creating the pe...

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Salmon River frontage on a larger parcel. Located in the heart of Idahos prime hunting and fishing area! This 5.66 acre RIVERFRONT property includes phone, irrigation and year-around access. Fish off the river bank and watch the wildlife out your door. CCRs and an HOA are in place, boat launch nearby and access to public gr...

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80 acres of ground on the Pleasantview Bench. Year round access, spectacular view of the valley and mountains.  Ground can be subdivided with county approval....

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The Wight Farm is located south of Mackey Idaho, in the small town of Leslie. Leslie is an agricultural community that sits in the shadows of the impressive peaks of the Lost River Mountain Range. The Big Lost River courses through this beautiful valley providing fish and wildlife habitat as well as irrigation water to th...

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The 337± acre mountain property, overlooks the beautiful Payette River Valley, south of McCall Idaho. The timbered acreage is located 3 miles east of Donnelly on the west facing slope with springs and a year-round creek flowing from east to west. The property is fenced and has 5 parcels, allowing the owner to create income...

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PRICE REDUCED! 50% OFF ONLY TWO of the remaining lots. This is a limited chance to get into Moose Creek Estates for unprecedented pricing. Moose Creek Estates is an off-grid, gated community in the mountaintops, surrounded by the largest wilderness area in the lower 48 states. Moose Creek Estates is approximately 4 miles...

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This custom and updated home boasts the rustic cabin feel where you spend evenings with friends under the pine trees, or you cozy up to a fire as snowflakes blanket the green hills. All this has year round access. The home boasts beautiful timberwork covering the outdoor patio and barbecue area while harmoniously integratin...

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Where to start? Perhaps by saying, its a gated community in the mountain tops, surrounded by the largest wilderness area in the lower 48 states. To understand the area, you have to know its about the furthest private property north on HWY 93 before you reach Montana; its approximately 4 miles from Montana where the Lost Tra...

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· 151.92 acres (per Jefferson County records) at approximately 920 North and 3200 East · Flood-irrigated farmland (±137 acres under cultivation) · Excellent waterfowl hunting · Included water rights: · Deer Park Canal shares (number TBD) · 360.4 shares Long Island · Water rights 1-10448, 1-10440, an...

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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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