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This private valley is just off of highway 38 with year round access and provides a unique opportunity to have your own getaway within 15 minutes of Malad. The farm has been comprised of 4 old homesteads and is now under one owner with sole ownership of access. The seclusion and its many BLM borders help the property create...

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Quiet, private acreage that you can recreate right out your door. Elk, moose, turkeys and deer, trails for hiking, mountain biking, atvs snowmobiling, cross country skiing or/ Fantastic place for a zip line with over 100 food drop! Gorgeous rock out croppings, aspens, and seasonal spring. So many possibilities with this par...

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Fabulous opportunity to own acreage that can be split and live in the Manufactured and build your dream home. Do a lot line adjustment for separate parcels. This acreage is beautiful with a variety of topographical changes. Many beautiful building sites and a seasonal spring at the north of the property. Rock outcroppings...

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Quiet, private acreage that you can recreate right out your door. Elk, moose, turkeys and deer, trails for hiking, mountain biking, atvs snowmobiling, cross country skiing or? Fantastic place for zip line with 100 foot drop! Gorgeous rock out croppings, aspens, and seasonal spring. So many possibilities with this parcel. Lo...

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Location, Location, Location! Country living at its best in this well maintained home on acreage in an awesome location. Just 3 miles to Coeur d Alene and 45 mins. to an international airport! Remodeled kitchen with newer appliances, cupboards, counter tops, subway tile, hood and island. Cozy wood-stove, formal dining with ...

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This is an Outfitting and Guide business that has a high success rate guiding Elk, Deer, Bear, Wolf, Mountain Lion, and other predator hunts. These are wilderness hunts with access via horses. This business also does summer trail rides and is licensed to conduct winter snowmobile trips. This business is running in the black...

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This property features 1,100+ acres of pristine mountain meadows and green Douglas fir and Ponderosa forests. The landscape is spectacularly beautiful, peaceful, private and is home to many native wildlife species including elk, mule deer, bear, turkey and grouse. Trail Creek Ranch is located approximately one hour dr...

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970± acres of land with over 600 acres irrigable. Great elk, deer and other big game hunting. In same family for two generations. Great opportunity to own a large legacy ranch in Central Idaho, about an hour from Boise, Idaho. The ranch may also lend itself to development, with ridges offering some of the best mountain vie...

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Huge lodge log home in Hanging Valley north of Lowman Idaho. Solidly built with plenty of room for everyone. Features over 3,400 sq ft, 3 bedrooms, 1.5 bathrooms, 3 fireplaces, and an antique cook stove in the kitchen. The large deck overlooks the meadow and affords views of the Sawtooth Mountains. Off grid living with pro...

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200± acres of farm land and hunting land. One farm building, and well and power are in if you wish to build. The ranch backs up to a timbered draw known for good big game hunting and offering recreation. This property is situated between Lewiston, Grangeville and Orofino Idaho - an area know for great hunting and fishing...

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250± acre waterfront ranch located in Gem County west of Emmett, Idaho. Ranch features remodeled older home, and 240± acres are irrigated. May be zoned for 5± acre homesites only 30± miles from Boise, Idaho. Currently used as a cattle ranch and the area is known for its excellent pasture....

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This property known as the “Cozy Acre Ranch is located just one block from the Kaniksu National Forest. The ranch has so much to offer. The property is set-up for horses with open pastures and lots of trees for shade. The home has an open floor plan, great room with wood stove, large open kitchen with center island, pen...

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Convenient location on the outskirts of town for your new home with plenty of room to roam. OR what about development potential. Zoned for many lots, or split into 10 acre parcels. Nice homes across the street. Power on property line and nice views. Come enjoy hunting, fishing, skiing, gondola rides, mountain biking, floati...

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Sprawling 10.02 acre lot near Hidden Springs showcasing 360-degree views of the surrounding Boise foothills.  This partially fenced lot highlights a hilltop building pad and 2.5 acres of water rights.  Natural gas runs along the property line at Dry Creek Rd and internet services are available through the established phon...

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This 121+/- acre mountain retreat is situated in a magnificent alpine setting surrounded by national forest lands 20 miles northeast of the small farming and ranching community of Mackay. The ranch is located between Sun Valley, Idaho and Jackson Hole, Wyoming, within easy reach of either community. Idaho Falls and its comm...

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This cabin in the woods known as Cottage on Smith Creek borders a year round creek and state land. The main home offers vaulted tongue-in-groove ceilings, a wood stove, 1 bedroom, 1 bath, and an open floor plan. Other amenities included: A separate little guest cottage with an attached workshop, equipped with power and prop...

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Beautiful views in an up and coming neighborhood with nice road/access and easy commute to Priest River, Spirit Lake, Rathdrum or CDA. Borders NFS for you to roam as you please. Gated. Seasonal creek. Wildlife abounds here....

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58.63 acres - 54.6 acres are irrigated, water delivered by Black Canyon Irrigation District at a cost of $75 per acre per year. The land is currently in wheat and is irrigated via wheel lines and hand lines. From the property, the views are far reaching in every direction, has a hilly terrain which provides several good bui...

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Views of Coeur d Alene Lake ad ready to build your dream home. This 2.33 acre lot is located just a short block above the Conklin Bay Marina and Resort. The lot is equipped with a private well and power. This property has year round access by way of Bella Vista or by Janice Road. The lot can be subdivided into two parcel wi...

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Idaho Cattle Ranch with additional income stream possiblities. Fenced and cross fenced. Grazing tract with multiple opportunities including solar energy, hydo-thermal water, and four separate wind projects. This has a executed feasibility study completed by Renaissance Engineering & Design. Cassia County has tremendous wind...

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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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