When looking into Idaho real estate, if a friendly location and a city built upon a sense of community are important, then Fairfield, Idaho may be just what you need. Over half of Fairfield's population commutes less than 30 minutes to work.
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83327 Fairfield Idaho Homes and Lifestyle
Age of Homes
Although production has decreased within the last decade, of the Fairfield properties for sale, most tend to be new, as of June 2011. Many of the houses in Fairfield were built within the last 30 years; although there are renters within the city, a majority of the population owns a home.
Between 1990-1999, 124 houses were built within the city. This accounts for most of the newer homes. Since 2000, approximately 31 new homes have been built. Between 1940-1990, 324 homes were built, with 177 homes built between 1970-1990. Approximately 120 homes were built prior to 1921.
Home Values (based upon 2009 values)
The estimated median value for a home in Fairfield in 2009 was $208,516. The mean price for vacant Fairfield properties for sale in 2009 was $23,269. Of the 269 owned homes, 139 have 3 bedrooms. There is no major age differential between homeowners in Fairfield; those owning the most expensive homes are aged between 45-54.
Approximately 82 homes in Fairfield are valued between $25,000-$124,999. The 2009 estimates show 58 homes valued from $125,000-$199,999. Approximately 130 homes are valued between $200,000-$499,999. About 25 homes are valued from $500,000-$749,999.
Average income pre-tax is $38,095 for the 2004 work year. Monthly costs for owners with a mortgage is approximately $1,115; for owners without a mortgage, the average monthly cost is $316. On average, most homeowners have 2 cars.
German is the most widely reported first ancestry for most residents; English is a close second.
Neighborhoods and Parks
Fairfield, Idaho may contain a smaller population, but the city is rife with parks and campgrounds. Whether looking to book a cabin for the day or to have a week-long reunion, Fairfield makes camping and outdoor adventures possible. There are also numerous lakes and reservoirs through which to swim, fish, or hike.
Camas Cow Camp, Little Smokey Campground, Carrie Creek Campground, and Little Smokey Patrol Cabin allow individuals afternoons, days, and/or weeks spent adventuring outdoors.
Heart Lake, Cougar Reservoir, Sheep Lake, and Snake Reservoir are a few of the bodies of water open to the public. Easily accessed by locals and visitors, the lakes provide a space of solace from summer heat.
Fairfield has its own grocery store, the Market Basket. However, other shopping centers are about 30 miles away. Hailey, Idaho has multiple pharmacy and grocery stores, including an Albertson's. Ketchum is also 30 miles from Fairfield and has shopping malls and boutique shopping.
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Listing information last updated on August 3rd, 2021 at 1:16pm MDT.