Idaho Falls Real Estate... Browse by Zip - 83401

Idaho Falls is the largest city in Eastern Idaho. It serves as the chief city of the Idaho Falls, Idaho Metropolitan Statistical Area and the Idaho Falls-Blackfoot, Idaho Combined Statistical Area. Various publications have called it one of the best places for property in Idahodue to its high quality of life, its economic vitality and its proximity to world class outdoor recreation at nearby Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks, Jackson Hole and some of the best fishing in the Snake River.

 

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83401 Idaho Falls Idaho Homes and Lifestyle 

What would become Idaho Falls was the site of Taylor’s Crossing on the Montana Trail.  In 1866 the town was named Eagle Rock, but in 1891 the name was changed to Idaho Falls in reference to the rapids underneath the bridge.
 
Age of Homes
Information as of June 2011 state that...
  • The median age of a home in Idaho Falls is thirty-four years.
  • The housing boom has grown steadily over the last century and a majority of the newer homes were built between 2000 and 2004.

Home Values
  • The median value of a home in Idaho Falls is $149,152.
  • The cost of living index is in the area of 99.8 with a median household income of $47,719.

Area Information
  • Beautiful Golf GreensIdaho Falls consists of two different school districts - District 91 and District 93 – with four major high-schools: Idaho Falls, Hillcrest, Bonneville and Skyline.
  • Top schools in Idaho Falls include Sunnyside, Edgemont Gardens and Ammon Elementary Schools, Eagle Rock Junior High School and Bonneville High School.
  • Residents can pursue further education at Eastern Idaho Technical College, a two year college that offers high quality, low cost, hands-on education.
  • Visit the Tautphaus Park Zoo.
  • Golfers can play at the Pinecrest or Sand Creek Golf Courses, the Idaho Falls Country Club, or the Sage Lakes Municipal Golf Course.
  • Idaho Falls has a wealth of museums for those who love learning.
  • Idaho Falls also has theme parks like Funland Amusement Park and North Forty Fun Center.
  • One can swim at Lava Hot Springs, a natural mineral pool.

Neighborhoods and Parks
  • Wolverine Canyon offers opportunities for rock climbing.
  • One can enjoy Idaho’s natural heritage at the Caribou-Targhee National Forest.
  • A cities beauty is in its parks and Idaho Falls has a lot to offer including Freeman Park, Tautphaus Park and the Community Park.  All offer places for walks and picnics.

Nearby Shopping
  • Idaho Falls offers plenty of opportunities for shopping.
  • As the number one regional shopping center the Grand Teton Mall attracts visitors from three states – Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.

 

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Listing information last updated on May 23rd, 2017 at 3:52pm MDT.