If you are guessing that Idaho City is in Idaho, you are absolutely correct! Idaho City is a city that is very rich in history, having been founded in the early days of the Gold Rush during the Civil War. With a population around 12,000, Idaho City has experienced healthy population growth in recent years. This community offers a diverse array of prime Idaho real estate for sale.
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Idaho City Homes and Lifestyle
Many people seek to find a good deal on Idaho real estate in a quiet area. This is a real possibility in Idaho City. However, this area wasn’t that quiet during the Gold Rush, as many people believed that Idaho might have more gold in it than all of Alaska. That translated to lots of speculators looking to strike it rich!
Expect to find 2 to 3 bedroom Idaho City homes in the $200,000 to $300,000 range. The median home price in Idaho City, Idaho is right around $140,000, which helps to make it a very interesting choice for those who are looking for an affordable option that is still close to Boise. In fact, Idaho City is only about 35 miles from Idaho’s largest city, meaning that residents have only a short drive to have full access to all the Boise offers.
Idaho City’s historic past means that you can find interesting historical relics as well as architecture still standing from pioneering days. One such historic site is the very first Catholic Church in the state of Idaho! There is no doubt Idaho City’s proximity to Boise has fueled much of the tremendous growth that the city has experienced since 2000. But to be sure there are still plenty of great Idaho City ID homes for sale, just check the Idaho City MLS listings.
Strolling through Idaho City's town center is like walking onto an old time western movie set. Rustic old buildings, wood plank walkways and friendly "howdy's" are everyway you go. Stop in the local cafe for a slice of razzleberry pie and it will take you back to a simpler time. Head off into the hills and within minutes you will find excellent camping areas with river access, dirt bike riding and mountain bike trails and so much more. Idaho City is a favorite getaway spot for Boise residents as its a quick 60 minute drive from downtown.
Idaho City: Make the Decision!
Thinking about Idaho City? Maybe you're seriously considering buying a house in Idaho City, or you're discovering the secret towns that lie around the Boise area. Whatever the case may be, Idaho City is worthy of attention. Idaho City lies just 36 miles outside of Boise, and houses a mere 485 residents. You may be either delighted by such a sparsely populated city, or you might be put off by it. If you are hesitant about it, remember the fabulous Boise metro area is under 40 miles away, ensuring you won't be cut off from the larger city benefits. Idaho City, both small and quaint, literally has both the benefits of a big city and a small city. Simply because of its great location.
You'll enjoy living in an area that has such a full, vibrant history. It's remarkable to consider that Idaho City used to be the largest city in the Northwest, including Portland. Due to the Boise Basin gold rush during the Civil War, Idaho City exploded with grown and benefited from a plentiful water supply, giving it the ability to sustain larger populations than other nearby camps. It's hard to imagine, but Idaho City used to house more than 200 businesses, 3 dozen saloons, and 2 dozen law offices. And just for some bit of trivia, wood was the prime source of both shelter and heat, and caused Idaho City to burn four times, the last being in 1871. These days though, Idaho City is somewhat different.
You can access Idaho City via State Highway 21, a two-lane undivided highway that connects to Boise. It also meanders on to Lowman and Stanley, and on down through the Boise National Forest, designated as the "Ponderosa Pine Scenic Byway." The area is excellent to drive through on a Sunday afternoon in the summer. Because Idaho City is a beautiful, historical area, it's one of Idaho's treasures, and home to the lucky few who have grown up here and become well acquainted.
To find all available homes and properties in Idaho City, you can access our MLS listings, which updates constantly, and provides you with the easiest resource to find your next home.
With lots to offer, a sense of history and a short drive to Boise, you can count on Idaho City as a good prospective Idaho real estate option.
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Listing information last updated on February 20th, 2017 at 1:37am MST.