Idaho Ketchum - Beautiful Place to Buy
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Idaho Ketchum: Even the Stars Live Here
If you’re looking to move to Idaho, Ketchum is one of the most well kept secrets in the state. It’s simply gorgeous, and with just over 3,000 people, Ketchum remains one of the most unspoiled resort cities left. Hollywood elite, who have the entire world to choose from when it comes to buying their second or third homes, have homes in both Ketchum and Sun Valley. The Bald mountain views, pine trees, and wide open sky are major local attractions to the Sun Valley and Ketchum, Idaho cities.
Ketchum, Idaho benefits from the rich landscape, weather, and strategic location beneath Bald Mountain. Bald Mountain, or Baldy, peaks at 9,150 feet and is what Ketchum and Sun Valley homeowners look at while standing on their porches, sipping hot chocolate. Bald Mountain is the primary ski mountain of the Sun Valley ski resort. The ski resort attracts world class skiers for its lengthy runs of constant gradient at varying levels of difficulty without wind. There are 13 chairlifts and 65 runs.
In Idaho, Ketchum is your place if you’d like to live beneath this world class mountain and next to the banks of the Big Wood River. The nearby rugged Sawtooth Mountains, and the Sawtooth National Forest and Challis National Forest encircle the entire area. Ketchum is neighbors with Bellevue, Hailey, and Sun Valley, and the cities of Stanley, Salmon and Challis aren’t far off. Central Idaho is home to some of the most beautiful landscapes in the country, much of it dominated by federal lands. While living in Idaho, Ketchum is your starting point to world class outdoor recreation, and skiing at the Sun Valley resort is only the beginning. The quaint and historical atmosphere of Ketchum is your outdoor paradise, and the landing for fishing, boating, hiking, and horseback riding.
Ketchum may be Idaho’s well kept secret and the vacation site to some of America’s rich and famous, but Ketchum is also home to modest, single family homes with varying degrees of features and amenities. Start your new home search, your vacation home search, or your second home search with our online resources and tools, beginning with our always free and easy to use MLS listings.