Blackfoot Real Estate
The city of Blackfoot sits nestled within the valley adjacent to the Blackfoot Mountains and Mount Putnam boasting delightful scenic views across the countryside. The captivating waters of the Snake River stretch across the northern border of Blackfoot, making this area ideal for outdoor enjoyment and water activities. To the south lies the Blackfoot River, also beautifully complementing the area's scenery. Discovering things to do in Blackfoot may include destinations such as the Idaho Potato Museum & Potato Station Cafe, Blackfoot Movie Mill, Bingham County Historical Museum, Eastern Idaho State Fair, Blackfoot Performing Arts Center, one of the many area parks or sports complexes.
Blackfoot is centered between two of Idaho's top 5 largest cities, Idaho Falls and Pocatello. The city of Blackfoot is a moderately sized community that allows for shorter commute times to bigger city amenities. When searching for the ideal home and city to live in, there are a few essential factors to consider. If the local economy and affordability of housing are a few at the top of your list, then the City of Blackfoot has undoubtedly proven strengths in those areas. According to Sperling’s Best Place, Blackfoot has seen the job market increase by 1.4% over the last year, with an unemployment rate of only 2.7% (reported by 2019 - Sperling's Best Places).
The beauty of finding your next home in a location that's inviting and appealing is just the beginning of all that Blackfoot has to offer. Discover quaint lots to expansive land parcels, or possibly check out Blackfoot new listings, new construction, acreage homes with room for the extras, waterfront properties, to a vast array of existing homes dotted across the far-stretching boundaries of the city. The current Blackfoot housing inventory, complemented by home values and prices, has made Blackfoot real estate a worthwhile consideration when looking to relocate.