This area of Twin Falls is faster-paced, yet maintains a small-town life. There are great opportunities for economic, social, and individual growth—and always something to do in the area, no matter what individuals may enjoy.
83301-Twin Falls Real Estate for Sale
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83301-Twin Falls Real Estate for Sale
83301- Twin Falls Idaho Homes and Lifestyle
Age of Homes
There are many homes to choose from when it comes to selecting a home by age. The majority of homes in Twin Falls were built from 1970-1979 (around 3,800, though not all of them are offered for sale).
There is a trend of growth on new homes as well, being built after 2005.
This area provides a much larger selection of homes of all ages than its neighboring regions, with a “something for everyone” atmosphere.
In 2009, the estimated median value for Idaho real estate in this area was $145,790, which was below the Idaho median of $171,700. There are many “starter homes” in the area, allowing for a great deal of growth.
Idaho real estate available in Twin Falls ranges as low as less than $10,000 (about 69 homes), to over $1,000,000 (approximately 78 homes). The multitude of selections continue in this area, as there are homes valued everywhere in between this wide range. (All prices estimated in June 2011)
General Area Information
The main means of transportation to work is to drive alone—according to 81% of residents while11% carpool to work, and 4% work at home, 2% enjoy a walk to work, and 1% use the bus. The other 1% were divided between bicycling to work, using a motorcycle, or other means of transportation. The most common commute time to work in Twin Falls 83301 is about 10-14 minutes.
Neighborhoods & Parks
There is a plethora of parks for all to enjoy, including City Park on Shoshone Street, featuring a band shell and 5.5 acres of picnic tables and playgrounds. Also in the area is the Clyde Thomsen Park, which has 13 acres holding two sand volleyball pits, a sledding hill, playground equipment, picnic tables, and a .58 mile paved trail for jogging or power-walking.
Residents of this area can also enjoy the Community Pool hosted by the YMCA, and everyone can enjoy a trip to Dierkes Lake (admission is $3 per car or $25 for a season's pass). Dierkes Lake features include portable and stationary picnic tables, playgrounds, a rock-climbing area, dog training area, and a 1.7-mile walking trail (unpaved).
Shoppers have a selection of multiple price ranges and taste ranges in the Twin Falls area—including Macy's, the Lynwood Shopping Center, Magic Valley Mall, K-Mart, and Target. There is also the nearby capitol, with lots to offer in Boise Idaho real estate, with the Boise Towne Square Mall and many other strip malls to explore. Dining in Twin Falls is nice, with places like Crowley's Soda Fountain, the Cove Lounge, Cozzoli's Pizza & Pasta, and Creekside Steak House.
There's much to do about and around Twin Falls that keep residents entertained in a laid-back fashion. This particular area offers a lot in the way of city activity with a small-town charm. So, if you are seeking a Idaho home, this area may just fit the bill!
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Listing information last updated on December 7th, 2021 at 2:15pm MST.