If you are seeking a growing community with a small town feel, look no further than Jerome County. The area holds the namesake of Jerome Hill, a developer who was paramount to the area's growth. Check out the properties below or use our advanced search page to find your dream home amongst some of Idaho Real Estate's finest properties.
Jerome County Homes for Sale
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Jerome County Homes for Sale
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Jerome County, Idaho Homes and Lifestyle
Quick Facts about Jerome County
- Jerome County real estate has an average Urban Property Tax of 1.839%, and a Rural Property Tax average of 1.107% for an overall average of 1.345%.
- The median house/condo value in Jerome is approximately $99,394; Eden's is $78,177, and Hazelton's is $98,055. Jerome County is experiencing growth and is considered an ideal place to relocate because of the current real estate values.
- The cost of living in Jerome County is less than the U.S. average, approximately 85.6 on the index, with the average set at 100.
- Saint Benedict's Family Medical Center is located in the heart of Jerome, Idaho, promising compassionate care in Emergent situations in addition to OB/GYN, and Pulmonary care.
Things to Do & See in Jerome County
There are many activities for people of all ages throughout Jerome County, including 65 registered landmarks. The community of Hunt holds the historic Minidoka Internment National Monument Site, commemorating the war relocation center of World War II. Archeological interests include the Wilson Butte Cave, located near Twin Falls on the Snake River plain. The Jerome County Historical Society offers a museum with a complete history of the area, including one of the most successful Carey Irrigation Act projects, known as the North Side Irrigation Project.
Nature lovers can enjoy Shoshone Falls in Twin Falls with its outstanding views, peaceful picnic areas, and lake activities. There are also many Organic Farmers Markets throughout the county. Anderson Camp in Eden has over 100 camp sites for RVs, Cabins, and Tents with Mini-Golf, two pools, a playground, and horseshoes and volleyball.
Golf enthusiasts can enjoy the Jerome Country Club, an 18-hole regulation Blue Grass golf course with a medium-length layout, and three sets of teeboxes. With a slope of 106 and a par of 72, Jerome Country Club has a course rating of 68.8, and 6429 yardage...and is considered fun but challenging.
Nightlife and entertainment includes the Sagebrush Landmark in Hazelton, Jerome Racing (horse racing) in Jerome, dance classes in Eden, and the Twin Falls Brewing Company. People who love paranormal and supernatural activities can participate in several ghost tours throughout Eden.
Jerome County is growing, with much in the way of community activities, interest, and diversity, appealing to buyers of all ages. View information and real estate listings in other Idaho Communities.
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Listing information last updated on October 20th, 2021 at 7:45am MDT.