As your scour real estate in Idaho and come across Jerome, Idaho you might be surprised at what this small town has to offer. Jerome is located just of Interstate 84 and is full of excitement. With so many parks and attractions close by it make for and ideal real estate location.
83338-Jerome Real Estate for Sale
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- 54.67 Acres
Property Is Zoned M-1 - Light Industrial With Some Rr Siding. Call Listing Office For All Available Uses But They Include: Automotive Shop/station, Building Supply, Convenience Store, Laundry, Nursery, Restaurant, Shop, Storage Units, Tire Shop, Lumberjack...
- 42.00 Acres
Lots Of Freeway Frontage At The Interchange S. Of Jerome City Area Of Impact. Proposed Industrial, 8 Miles From Twin Falls. Great Location For Trucking Or Manufacturing. City Water And Utilities Are Underground. Paved Road. City Sewer Available. Buyer And B...
- 232.68 Acres
Jerome County Farm - Approximately 193 Tillable Acres Under 4 Pivots. 110 Shares Of North Side Canal Co. Water Stock Combined With 1.41 Cfs Deep Well. Se Pivot Covers Approximately 11 Acres Of Bureau Of Land Management Land That Is Not Included In The 19...
83338 Jerome Idaho Homes and Lifestyle
The average age of homes in Jerome, Idaho is 36. 61 percent of these properties are owned, 32 percent are rented and 7 percent are unoccupied.
The average cost of purchasing a home in Jerome, Idaho, is $147,000. The home values have dropped over the last year by 6.08 percent. The average property tax in Jerome, Idaho is $5.73 per $1000 of home value which is lower than the national average of $11.20.
There are ten schools in Jerome, Idaho: 4 elementary schools, 1 middle school, 1 high school and 3 Christian schools. The school board in Jerome, Idaho spends $3,492 on each student. The national per student spending average is $5,678. There is one teacher for every 19 students.
Jerome, Idaho has 66 physicians for every 100,000 residents. The national physician per thousand residents is 221. The median commute from home to work is about 20 minutes. 77 percent of these workers drive to work alone in their own vehicle. 13 percent of these workers participate in a carpool.
On an annual average, Jerome, Idaho receives 10 inches of rain. The national rainfall average is 37 inches. An average of amount of 16 inches of snowfall is also received. The national snowfall average of 25 inches. Jerome, Idaho experiences about 75 days a year of measurable precipitation. There are about 204 days a year of sunshine. The temperature in July reaches 91 degrees. The temperature in January falls to 19. The comfort index in Jerome, Idaho is 79 out of 100. The national index is 44.
Neighborhoods & Parks
The following park areas can be found in and around Jerome, Idaho:
- Candlelight Park
- Camozzi Park
- City Park
The shopping opportunities in or near Jerome, Idaho include:
- Magic Valley Mall
- Lynnwood Shopping Center
- Piper's Shopping Center
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Listing information last updated on July 28th, 2017 at 11:37am MDT.