Persons interested in settling in Idaho homes would benefit from looking at the suburb of Dalton Gardens, which, among residents. Coeur d'Alene is a rapidly growing area, ideal for newcomers to the northern Idaho area.
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83815 Coeur d'Alene Idaho Homes and Lifestyle
Age of Homes
The vast majority of Coeur d'Alene homes were built in 1990-1999, with a continued growth after the year 2000. Approximately 2,900 homes have been built since then, making this area a popular place for new construction and custom-built housing.
In 2009, the estimated median value for Coeur d'Alene houses and condos was $206,367, which is a very large leap from $118,800 in 2000. Additionally, in 2009, the median asking price for houses and condominiums was $100,002.
Employment availability in Coeur d'Alene has grown 26% from October 2009 to June 2011, with trending jobs in the fields of food service contracting, catering, retail, telecommunications manufacturing, and healthcare.
The average commute to work for people residing in this area is 10-14 minutes. 85% drive a car alone to work, while 9% carpool. 3% use other modes of transport, while the final 3% work at home.
Neighborhoods and Parks
There are 35 parks to choose from in the Coeur d'Alene area, with playgrounds, bike paths, hiking and jogging trails. The North Idaho Centennial trail offers 23 miles of walking, jogging, or cycling—on class I and II paved yet scenic beauty. Because it is near the state line, it connects directly to the Spokane River Centennial Trail and extends through Riverfront Park onto Nine Mile Falls. City Park, and the Fort Sherman Playground has plenty to offer groups, such as Summer Sunday Concerts, picnic areas, a swimming beach, basketball, volleyball, and a large playground.
Cherry Hill Park, located on East Hazel Avenue, offers tennis and basketball courts, sledding in winter, a BMX track, and an 18-hole Disc Golf Course. On Garden Avenue, a Skate and BMX Freestyle Park offers concrete obstacles for X-Sports.
Downtown Coeur d'Alene has more than enough shopping opportunities to satisfy even the most exacting consumer. There are 60 shops to choose from downtown: Boutiques, jewelry shops, gourmet foods, tobacconists, antiques, and art galleries are among the offerings in this area alone. Specialty shops include the boutique called the Lucky Monkey Trading Company, organic offerings at “MaryJanesFarm,” home décor at “MixItUp,” and artisan works at Northwest Artists.
After a day adventuring through the many shops all over Coeur d'Alene, dining experiences abound—and there is something for every appetite. With food of all kinds one never has to leave the downtown area. Choices also include bakeries, coffee shops, steak houses, and fast-food (without the chain names).
Coeur d'Alene provides newcomers much to do and see in a pleasant, “down home” setting.
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Listing information last updated on January 17th, 2017 at 10:37pm MST.