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Located in Teton Valley’s scenic north end and 15 minutes from the thriving mountain town of Driggs, the Teton Vistas Ranch on Bull Elk Creek boasts some of the best full range Teton views in the area. Currently run as a seasonal cattle grazing operation, the property is comprised of 320 deeded acres with approximately ...

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Showcasing stunning hardwood floors and decorative wood trim embellishing the windows, walls, and door frames, this 1918 farmhouse retains much of its original charm.  Other nostalgic features include a covered front patio, original hardware throughout, a built-in hall tree, wood burning stove, and a freestanding tub in th...

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605± acres with eight bedroom, log home, shop, barns, outbuildings and cabin. This ranch offers end of the road privacy, exceptional elk and big game hunting and 750 MBF of timber. Currently on grid, ranch has solar panels in place for off-grid living. Located about an hour south of Lewiston, in a timbered mountain setting...

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Rare opportunity to purchase a beautiful resort, fronted by the famed Salmon River. Lodge lies deep within an incredible expanse of unspoiled wilderness. Accommodations include suites, rooms, and several private cabins. A self-sufficient energy system, powered by a hydro-generator powers the resort. Visitors can enjoy activ...

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Agricultural acreage located in the rural countryside of Washington County. This level pasture land is easily accessible via a paved road and is conveniently located within 10 minutes from Highway 95. It is partially fenced on 2 sides with electric fence on the other 2 sides. It is currently planted with an alfalfa grass so...

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Beautiful 5 acre parcel close to town featuring two self sustaining trout ponds fed by a peaceful meandering stream that epitomizes the ultimate parked out setting. This is truly a property you need to see to appreciate. Power, community water provided by East Greenacres water is in, and previous PERC test allow the right b...

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Gently sloping agricultural 40+ acres are irrigated from Gem ID and put on via a pivot. A great place to build a new home on, taking advantage of the wide open space and views. Along with an exiting well and septic, there are lots of mature trees. A large older shop on the property, that is in need of repairs. The older m...

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What a recreational property! The views from these low hills, backing up to Caribou National Forest are amazing. At the end of the road, you have privacy, gentle slopes, and access to public lands. The farm land and range provide feed for grazing, growing, or could even be nurtured towards natural game habitats. The mule de...

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This scenic 192+/- acre river bottom ranch with panoramic views of Idahos highest peaks is among the Lost River Valley's premier trout fishing and wildlife properties. Over a half-mile of the Big Lost River flows through the ranch with numerous riffles, runs, and deep holes that are home to large rainbow trout exceeding 20 ...

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Located in a peaceful, rural setting, this 38.55-acre building lot near Fruitland, Idaho is ideal for building your dream home or grazing livestock and horses. Featuring year-round access and conveniently located just minutes from Interstate 84, this land showcases incredible 360-degree county views. In addition, it has pow...

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Looking for some acreage that is out of town, flat, loaded with timber and huckleberry bushes, with power and telephone hookups right on the road at the property? Youve found it! This wonderful 9.77 acre property sits back off the main drag with lots of privacy and seclusion less than 30 minutes from amenities and recreatin...

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Deeded Grazing lands combined with a lease on State lands for 150 Cattle from June 1 to October 1 each year. Timber may be harvested on deeded lands, live water, mountain summer grazing. This is 7 canyons in a bowl shaped arrangement, each canyon has live water in it. Gig Game hunting of Elk, Moose, and Deer. Pick out a ...

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Showcasing beautiful views of the surrounding hills, this gently rolling acreage is nestled just South of Horseshoe Bend.  The expansive land consists of 3 parcels with the potential to be broken up into additional building lots.  In addition, 2 access permits would allow direct access to Highway 55.  Featuring a seasona...

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Fay Ranches is honored to bring the Little Eight Mile Ranch on the Lemhi River to market. Nestled at the base of the continental divide in north-central Idaho, the Little Eight Mile Ranch on the Lemhi River is one the most scenic and prolific sporting ranches in the Rocky Mountain West. Comprised of 9,303± deeded acres and...

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Charming updated farm house located right down the road from the gateway to North Idahos playground! Located a few minutes away from the famed Bunco parking lot this home sits in the valley with fantastic almost 360 degree views of the areas most famous mountains. New Super One grocery store and Silverwood are located a con...

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The 80+/- acre Castle Rock Ranch is located approximately 30 miles northeast of the resort community of Ketchum/Sun Valley over Trail Creek Pass. The East Fork of the Big Lost River, a beautiful mid-sized freestone stream, flows through the property for over a half-mile providing outstanding trout fishing throughout its len...

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Recreational acreage with a country home bordering the Hagerman Wildlife Management Area.  The serene 25+ acre setting is a haven for area wildlife and waterfowl.  Highlighting 2 ponds, a year-round stream, a ditch meandering through it which is often stocked with sturgeon, and several fruit trees, including apple, cherry...

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Great 5 acre parcel off Toms Cabin road ready to be built on. Property has shared private road, underground electricity and phone lines installed to the lot line. Enterprise Ditch Co. runs on the back side of the property for 5 acres of irrigation needs. CC&R's are in place to keep the subdivision looking it's best. Goo...

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Nice, flat, productive row crop farm with 3200+ feet of Snake River frontage. Farmable acreage is leased year to year for income. Features three treed creeks, two bordering property and one running through near the home. Home features enclosed sun porch & covered patio. Fenced yard, orchard w/variety of fruit trees inc. app...

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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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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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