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About Twin Falls County

Twin Falls County, incorporated in 1907, is located in the heart of southern Idaho. Bounded on the north by the Snake River and on the south by the Idaho-Nevada border. Nearly 73,000 people who value the rural setting and life style reside within the County which boast numerous natural resources. Federal and state lands comprise well over half of the 1,232,064 acres in the County. These lands are situated in the southern portion of the County and include the scenic Sawtooth National Forest, the Salmon Falls Canyon area and large open expanses of range land.

Snake River Canyon Twin Falls Idaho

City of Twin Falls

Twin Falls is the largest city and the metropolis of south-central Idaho. Three miles south of Snake River and on the bank of Rock Creek, it stands on a gently rolling watershed which was covered long ago by lava flows that are now the bedrock under the silt that has been blown in from surrounding mountains and old lake beds. Because there has been severe erosion and a plateau built up from a deep basin, the area from here to the Hagerman Valley forty miles westward is an unusually fertile field for the paleontologist. Covered by a great ancient sea and later by tropical jungle, this whole region has been discovered to be the repository of dinosaurs and ammonites, coral and sea shell. But the overlain soil in the Twin Falls country is also uncommonly deep, and in consequence of its richness has made this part of Idaho notable in crop yields. Twin Falls itself has sometimes been called the Magic City, a characterization owing to the circumstance of its having risen so suddenly and swiftly after water reclaimed this arid valley.

Twin Falls County, ID is just the place for you and your family to experience an adventure of a lifetime. There are natural attractions that will leave you yearning for more once you take a glimpse of them including Sawtooth National Recreation Area, which is among the largest and most magnificent National Recreation Areas in the America. This area is well known for its incredible scenery and outdoor activities. Don't forget to check out the Snake River Canyon Trail, Shoshone Falls and the Perrine Bridge!

The climate in Twin Falls County is very pleasant with moderate summers and winters.


Twin Fallls County Real Estate Monthly Activity Review
December 2018


Home Values Overview: Twin Falls, Kimberly, Buhl, Castleford, Hollister, Filer, Robertson, Murtaugh

  December 2018 December 2017 % Year-Over-Year
Median Value- Existing Homes $190,000 $170,000 +11.76%
Median Value- New Homes $259,900 $268,000 +11.28%
Total Homes Sold 1,325 1,303 -15.09%
Days on Market 56 60 -3.02%


Twin Falls County New Subdivisions, New Homes and Building Lots


Explore the Snake River Canyon and Wide Open Spaces of this geological wonder in South Central Idaho. It is also a wonderful place to call home plus you are near Thousand Springs State Park, Sun Valley and Shoshone Falls. This area is also called Magic Valley.

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