Live Better in North Idaho
Professional Realty Services Idaho

Why North Idaho?

Why people LIVE BETTER in North Idaho...

1- An Unmatched Outdoor Lifestyle

Idaho is second only to Alaska in the total square miles of wilderness territory to live and play in!

North Idaho is 25% of the land mass of Idaho, but contains ½ of the state’s surface water.And because it is the 12 th least populated state, you can imagine how much territory is available without crowds!

No matter where you are in North Idaho you are minutes away from State Parks and National Forests that contain some of the most beautiful rivers and lakes in the world.

Whatever your outdoor hobby, North Idaho will rival anywhere in the country for you to enjoy it in! Link

2- Proud Small-Town Culture

North Idaho is a collection of proud small towns centered around the city of Coeur d’Alene. Each of these towns has its own charm and history with one common thread shared by them all…Outdoor Living.

Below: Depot Days Car Show in Wallace, Idaho

Link of Small Towns

3- Rich Amenities

Between Coeur d ‘Alene and Spokane, WA (30-minute drive west of Cd ’A) the people of North Idaho lack for nothing. For example:

There are Five Universities in the area- University of Idaho, University of Montana, Eastern Washington University, Washington State University, and Gonzaga University.
North Idaho College in Coeur d'Alene with satellite campuses for Boise State University, University of Idaho, Lewis and Clark State College and Idaho POST Police Academy.
And Yes...Coeur d'Alene has a Costco! And a Home Depot, Lowes, Target, Kohls, Best Buy, a shopping mall with Macy's and JCPenny and more!
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Spokane International Airport -Link
Spokane Arena Event Center -Link

INB Performing Arts Center – Link
Hospitals – There are 35 Hospitals and Specialty Health Facilities in the area- Link
Fine Dining – Link

4- Ideal “Four Seasons” Weather

North Idaho has four perfect seasons of weather. The summers are not too hot, the springs are not too wet, the falls are extremely colorful, and the winters are not too cold or snowy.
One of the biggest myths out there is that North Idaho has horrible winters. Most don’t realize that Coeur d ’Alene, at 2000 feet above sea level, averages less than
4 feet of snow per year! That’s half that of Denver or Salt Lake City and 1/3 of Flagstaff! Link

Combine of these factors and you have one reason to relocate to North Idaho…to Live Better!

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Written by: Kory Martinelli, Owner/Realtor Martinelli Realty Team - Professional Realty Services Idaho