Castleford, Idaho was so named by pioneers crossing Salmon Falls Creek in 1849 because of the shape of the obelisks near the stream. It was settled in 1890 by Cephas Lilly, but wasn't officially founded until 1907. The city's population is 274 people.
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83321 Castleford Idaho Homes and Lifestyle
Age of Homes The median resident age of a home in Castleford, Twin Falls County Idaho is approximately 35 years. Most Castleford homes were built in the decade between 1970 and 1979. Very few homes were built after 2005.
Value of Homes As of July 2011, the median value of homes for sale in Castleford, Idaho is $62,937 with an estimated median household income of $32,493 and a cost of living index of 84.8.
Area Information Castleford School serves PK to grade 12 in the Castleford District and based on its standardized tests has received a seven out of ten rating by Great Schools.
Many enjoy visiting the Crismor’s Pumpkin Patch in nearby Buhl. Also in Buhl, one can visit Buhl Skate park.
Established in 1999, the Valley View Lavender Farm provides opportunities to sample and purchase lavender products while learning of the historical value of lavender to herbalists.
The American Discovery Trail is not far away and offers opportunities for hikers. The trail extends 6,800 miles across fifteen states.
Hagerman Wildlife Management Area was the first in Idaho and was established to provide a habitat for waterfowl and game birds. Today Hagerman WMA is 880 acres with some of that area being utilized as a fish hatchery.
Neighborhoods and Parks Balanced Rock State Park provides an opportunity to admire a forty ton basaltic monolith balanced precariously on a thin pedestal which gives it the name Balanced Rock.
Niagara Springs Wildlife Management Area is 957 acres that provides spectacular views of canyon cliffs in a riparian ecosystem and whitewater rapids on the Snake River . It is a place for birders to spend hours of quality time picnicking and seeking out their favorite feathered friends.
Rock Creek Park offers plenty of opportunities for outdoor recreation in the form of hiking, rock climbing and freshwater fishing. Bird watchers can practice their hobby. Kayakers will love the water, and there are also sites for camping.
There are an estimated forty-nine parks within driving distance of Castleford, offering plenty of opportunities for Idaho Real Estate investors to spend quality time there.
Nearby Shopping Castleford home buyers will be able to do their grocery shopping at Duane’s Market or shop at Corner Merc, the local variety store.
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Listing information last updated on January 17th, 2017 at 10:37pm MST.