Country Homes for Sale in Idaho
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Idahoans take full advantage of their natural resources, with over half of the state's residents having fished and some 35 percent having hunted within a two-year span. All told, hunting, fishing, and trapping activities generate over $1 billion for the Idaho economy. And it's not just the locals who are in on the secret. Visitors flock to the state for world-class skiing, backpacking, and whitewater rafting, among other outdoor adventures. WalletHub, a personal finance website, has ranked the state among the ten best states for retirees based on factors including affordability, quality of life and health care. The state has also been ranked among the ten best states for the cost of living by U.S. News & World Report. Recent data from Lands of America shows appromixately $4 billion in land and rural real estate for sale in the Gem State, which comprises nearly 405,000 acres of land for sale in the state. This is a four percent change compared to April in the number of land and property in Idaho for sale. Of Idaho's 44 counties, Kootenai County had the most land and farms for sale. There were 54 acres of sold land in Idaho recorded last month through the Lands of America sales program. This reflects a decline in sales activity over data from the previous month. Canyon and Payette County saw the most land sales recently in the state. In terms of size, Idaho is the country's 14th-largest state, covering an area of 83,574 square miles (53 million acres). Wildlife species to be found on land for sale in Idaho include mule deer, elk, whitetail deer, bear, moose, turkey, quail, and ducks. Anglers have their pick of trout, bass, salmon, walleye, catfish, and pike.