Homes in Hagerman have a wide range of ages, with an overall trend towards the newer side. 3.2% of Hagerman homes were built in 2005 or after, 3.5% were built in 2000-2004, 24.5% were built in the 1990s, 11.1% were built in the 1980s, 22.7% were built in the 1970s, 16.1% were built in the 1960s, 7.0% were built in the 1950s, 4.8% were built in the 1940s and finally, 7.0% were built in 1939 or earlier, making them a great choice for buyers seeking historic Idaho homes.
83332-Hagerman Real Estate for Sale
|All Listings||Under $100,000||$100,000 - $200,000|
|$200,000 - $300,000||$300,000 - $400,000||$400,000 - $500,000|
|$500,000 - $600,000||$600,000 - $700,000||$700,000 - $800,000|
|$800,000 - $900,000||Over $1,000,000|
83332-Hagerman Real Estate for Sale
83332 Hagerman Idaho Homes and Lifestyle
The estimated median home value in 2009 was $168,374 for Hagerman homes, up from $103,700 in 2000. This figure places Hagerman properties at a slight difference in price from the 2009 estimated median value of $171,700 for all Idaho homes. In 2009 the mean price for detached houses was $293,464. For townhouses or other attached units it was $154,199, for houses in 2-unit structures it was $115,241, for mobile homes it was $124,569, and for occupied boats, RVs and vans it was $15,500. Home values all across Idaho, including Hagerman homes, have decreased slightly in the current market-- the median sale price of Boise homes in 2010 was between $200,000 and $250,000, down from about $300,000 in 2008.
Hagerman is located in Gooding County, Idaho. The 83332 zip code's estimated population as of 2009 is 2,664. As of 2011 the cost of living index is 88.3, making it less expensive to live there than in many US cities (the US average cost of living index is 100). Top industries in the zip code by number of employees (as of 2005) are full service restaurants, services for the elderly and people with disabilities, and hydroelectric power generation. Most workers in Hagerman are the employees of private companies, and the majority of Hagerman citizens have a drive time to work of 35 minutes or less.
Neighborhoods & Parks
Within the city center, there is only one small park called Hagerman City Park. However, in the surrounding area, there are multiple larger parks and reserves, including the Billingsley Creek Wildlife Management Area, the Hagerman Wildlife Area, and most importantly the Fossil Beds National Monument. These fossil beds have immense historical and scientific importance. Fossils of more than 180 animal species and 35 plant species from the Pliocene Epoch have been unearthed in this 4,351-acre monument, including 20 complete skeletons of the famous Hagerton Horse.
Hagerman contains several small marts and grocery stores, as well as a number of other small merchants and a thrift store. The nearest larger store is the Walmart Supercenter in Jerome, Idaho (about 30 minutes away). For a larger selection, visit Twin Falls, which is about 45 minutes away and has a Target, a Kmart, a Sears, a Macy's and several malls and shopping centers plus a variety of specialty stores.
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Listing information last updated on September 28th, 2021 at 5:30pm MDT.