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Cute, Colorful Coeur d'Alene Home for Sale
1031 W Reone St., Coeur d'Alene, Idaho 83815
Coeur d'Alene sits in Idaho's scenic, rugged panhandle and is the site of this cute manufactured home for sale. It is in a 55+ community called Northwoods and has three bedrooms, two baths, 1,512 square feet and was built in 1992. The asking price is $225,000.
The home's exterior is blue with white trim and there is a driveway up to the attached carport. The lawn is small but has mature trees and decorative rocks. Both the front and the back yard have underground sprinklers
The inside matches the outside, with pretty blue walls, lots of windows with white blinds, white wainscotting, vaulted ceilings and plenty of sunshine. The floor is new wood planking. In the open kitchen there is a tile floor, green and white cabinetry, white countertops, an island with benches, a large window and stainless steel and black appliances.
The master bedroom boasts more wainscotting, his and her closets and large windows. The master bath features double vanities and a walk-in-shower. A washer and dryer are in the laundry room. A workshop, a covered patio and a garden shed round out the home.
Amenities include a nice park with a covered picnic area.
The lot fee is $370 per month.
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Named by the eccentric lobbyist George M. Willing, Idaho was one of the last regions in the lower 48 to be explored by Europeans. The Lewis and Clark expedition entered the area through Lemhi Pass in 1805. Trappers and fur traders soon followed.
The Gem State encompasses mountain ranges, river gorges, and lakes. Boise, its capital, is set in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains and is halved by a river. Weather can be as variable as the landscape. Maritime influences moderate winter temperatures in the west. The east can experience lower temperatures, wetter summers, and drier winters.
Manufacturing has become the state's main economic driver. Idaho is still a major producer of cattle, potatoes, and trout. Even though mining has faded in importance, Idaho continues to extract gold, silver, molybdenum, as well as 72 types of precious and semi-precious stones. Sun Valley has nurtured the state's newest industry - tourism.
Famous Idaho natives include writers Ernest Hemingway and Ezra Pound along with Olympians Pikabo Street and Dick Fosbury.
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