Look no further for that perfect place to spend life in the outdoors! Atlanta, Idaho real estate is a very small community with around 80 residents. It definitely gives people who are relocating to the area plenty of space to settle down. The Atlanta area is quiet and secluded, it being about a four hour drive from Boise, the largest city in Idaho. It is also located very close to both the Sawtooth and Boise National Forests.
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83601 Atlanta Idaho Homes and Lifestyle
Age of Homes The most homes built in Atlanta are from 1980-1989, with a close second of those built in 1990-1999, and home form 1970-1979 taking third place in home ages. Because of the low population density and land area, there is plenty of room for new construction in this part of Idaho real estate.
Home Values Atlanta homes are valued from $30,000 to $749,999, with a median house value of $204,543. The latest data from 2009 shows that the median selling price for homes has been approximately $57,810.
General Area Information There are eight hospitals in the surrounding area, including the West Valley Medical Center, the Walter Knox Memorial Hospital, Mercy Medical Center, and Elmore Medical Center.
Main means of transportation to work in this area is walking—54% of workers enjoy ambulation over 46% who drove a car alone to work. Driving or walking, the longest commute to places of employ is 15-19 minutes for this area.
The most common heating fuel for homes in the area is electricity (46%), followed by gas (31%). 23% choose wood fires to heat their homes.
Neighborhoods & Parks Because of the low population density, parks and recreation abound for people looking to settle in the Atlanta area. Residents can enjoy the nearby Chattanooga Natural Hot Springs off of Middle Fork Road where the bubbly springs maintain a temperature of 122 degrees Fahrenheit.
Lovers of the great outdoors have a choice of several trails and parks, including Dog Creek, Graham Bridge Campground, Bird Creek, Deer Park, and the aforementioned Sawtooth and Boise National Forests.
Visitors can get to know the area with a visit to the Pinnacle Peaks Sawtooth Lodge on Greene Valley Lane. A site geared toward adults, Pinnacle Peaks offers a naturally heated spa, crystalline heated pool, creative dining, guided horseback riding and ATV safaris, paddle boating, snowshoeing, archery, and fly fishing (with or without instruction). Perfect for those looking to get away from the stress of big city Boise, Idaho.
Nearby Shopping Shopping in Atlanta, Idaho is a pleasant experience for people who don't want to visit strip malls or shopping malls. Small town local owned shops, stores, and restaurants are going to be the main stay for shopping and entertainment. It's all about the experience of life in this town. The calm pace of Atlanta, Idaho real estate is perfect for all who seek peace and quiet amidst incredible scenery.
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Contact The Hughes Real Estate Group for more information or to view Idaho homes: (208) 571-7145.
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Listing information last updated on June 27th, 2017 at 3:52pm MDT.