Idaho is known as the "Gem State" for its wealth of unique minerals, including rare garnets and exceedingly pure deposits of silver and gold. Although it was first settled in the 19th century by fortune-seekers looking to take advantage of its mineral richness, it has long outgrown its reputation as a Wild West outpost. As thousands of residents of affordable new Idaho townhouses will tell you, the state is now a cosmopolitan service center that looks to the future every day.
Much of Idaho is covered by mountains and semi-arid plains, with most of the population living either in the northern Coeur d'Alene area, which abuts nearby Spokane, Washington, or the western metropolis of Boise. Blanchard, within easy commuting distance of Coeur d'Alene and Spokane, has a beautiful stock of Idaho townhouses. One gem features 1,050 square feet of usable floor space, two bedrooms and bathrooms, and a stunning view for just $700 per month.
The University of Idaho, nestled in the picturesque small town of Moscow, offers opportunities for both landlords and prospective tenants looking to invest in the area's dozens of new and historic townhouses. With private entrances and creative floor plans that in many cases offer three full floors of usable space, Idaho townhouses offer the convenience of a detached home without the costly, time-consuming maintenance that comes along with it. College students love the ease of living in an easy-upkeep environment at far lower rents per square foot than traditional walk-up apartments or crowded multi-family houses.
People from all over the country flock to the high-tech town of Idaho Falls in every season to take advantage of the area's natural beauty and recreational opportunities. Townhouses here are more affordable than in comparable Western cities, with 3-bedroom, 1.5-bath units in beautiful new developments starting at under $700 per month. Idaho Falls is a steal at that price! Even luxury 2-bedroom, 2-bath townhouses with three levels, vaulted ceilings and well over 1,100 square feet of floor space in private Idaho Falls developments are dirt cheap, at under $800 per month.
Even in Boise, traditionally the state's most expensive city, townhouse rentals are well within reach. Furnished townhouses centrally located in downtown Boise near the Capitol complex, many of which offer full pet privileges and three floors of finished space, can be had at under $1,500 per month. Discover the Idaho townhouse lifestyle today at RentalAds.com.