For prospective buyers seeking scenic Idaho real estate, Elk City offers numerous homes for sale as well as condos, mobile homes and rental options. There are approximately 308 properties in and around Elk City, many of which include large parcels of Idaho real estate. Additionally, there are about 30 renter-occupied apartments.
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83525 Elk City Idaho Homes and Lifestyle
Age of Homes This breakdown of building activity for Elk City homes was compiled in 2009: - 0 homes built since 2005; - 15 from 2000 to 2004; - 91 from 1990 to 1999; - 72 from 1980 to 1989; - 23 from 1970 to 1979; - 34 from 1960 to 1969; - 23 from 1950 to 1959; - 6 from 1940 to 1949; - 17 from 1939 or earlier.
Home Values As of 2009, median value for Elk City house properties was approximately $158,645. As of 2009, mean prices for all Elk City properties are $266,200: -detached homes, $310,000; -other housing units, townhouses and connected dwellings, -$139,300;mobile homes, $92,000.
Area Information At an elevation of 3980 feet, Elk City experiences a relatively mild mountain climate throughout the year, with an average temperature of 28 degrees F in January and 68 degrees in July. Precipitation ranges from about 4.5 inches in November to just over an inch in July, while snowfall peaks at 12-14 inches in January. During peak summer days in July/August, you can count on clear, sunny days about 80 percent of the time. Wind velocities rate lower than the U.S. average, blowing an average of 8 mph at their peak in March-April.
Elk City is situated in Idaho County near the picturesque Nezperce and Bitterroot National Forests. With a low population density of only one person per square mile, residents in this north central Idaho setting can indulge in a range of outdoor activities including hunting, fishing, camping, hiking, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, and ATV sports.
Elk City started out as a gold-mining camp near Big Elk Creek and grew into a thriving logging community. Today, the town’s main industry is tourism and service-related businesses much like that of McCall, with an in-town population that fluctuates between 300-400, depending on the season.
Elk City Public School serves grades K-8th. The nearest college is Lewis-Clark State College in Lewiston, Idaho, 79 miles away. The University of Idaho, with an enrollment of about 9800, is located in Moscow, ID, 82 miles away.
Neighborhoods and Parks Elk City features numerous outdoor recreational areas, including Cedar Grove Picnic Area; Salmon Wild and Scene River; Moose Meadow Creek Research Natural Area; Salmon River Breaks Primitive Area; Tom Beal Park; and many others.
Nearby Shopping The largest shopping outlet is the mall at Big Mallard Creek Campground. There are a few other boutiques and speciality stores along Main Street.
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Listing information last updated on July 28th, 2017 at 5:52am MDT.