Sandpoint Idaho Real Estate

November 9th, 2022 by admin Leave a reply »

When I was little and I thought of the state of Idaho,Guest Posting I thought of potatoes, and that was about all. Thinking back, I was heavily influenced by the new Pringles potato chip commercials that had a girl sitting on a tractor out in the middle of an Idaho potato field boasting that Pringles were only made by the best Idaho potatoes! But after I grew up and married someone from Sandpoint, Idaho, I realized that there was a huge difference between north and south Idaho. As a matter of fact, if you ask someone from the northern part of the State where they are from, the will often say North Idaho as if it were a separate state.

The central and northern parts of the state of Idaho are known more for large wilderness areas, mountains and lakes: for shear breath taking beauty. Idaho has more designated wilderness than any of the other lower 48 States, and if you flattened out all of the mountains in Idaho, the state would be larger than Texas!

Well, we lived in Sandpoint for many years, but moved away about 10 years ago. We still qualify as living in North Idaho, but about 2 hours south of Sandpoint. Recently we have been toying with the idea of moving back, so we started looking around at Sandpoint Idaho real estate, and were pleased with what we found.

One of the best things about living in that part of the country is the great diversity in the types of real estate that is available. If you like living in town, Sandpoint is perfect. The town itself has a population of just over 8000, and you can easily get around by bike. There are some wonderful older neighborhoods with real character, as well as newer, more modern homes in recently developed neighborhoods.

If you don’t want to be in town, but still want quick access, there are plenty of options in Sandpoint Idaho real estate. You can easily live within 10 minutes of town, but be out in the country. There are plenty of homes and parcels available that feature 2 – 5 acres of land, so you get country living and quick town access.

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