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Idaho : Looking to buy a Doomstead/Off Grid Home..

 
Violetmd

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04/08/2021 12:12 AM

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Re: Idaho : Looking to buy a Doomstead/Off Grid Home..
Looking at Idaho as my next search for a Doomstead/Off grid home, where is the best areas not to remote and not harsh winters..

Western Idaho around Lewiston has good summers and winters..

Or ??
 Quoting: JackReno


Grangeville
 Quoting: Uncle AC


I live in grangeville.....good luck finding anything.....and he wanted mild winters, that's southern idaho....not northern!!!
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Re: Idaho : Looking to buy a Doomstead/Off Grid Home..
How bout a 7 bedroom 4 bath 6200 square foot home with a pool on 4 acres in Idaho for $300,000 in fair shape.

Just needs a little work, not much..

Yes that is $300,000 in Idaho 7 bedroom 4 bath with a pool..

[link to www.realtor.com (secure)]

Get out of the city as save thousands of $$$
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04/08/2021 12:13 AM
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Re: Idaho : Looking to buy a Doomstead/Off Grid Home..
Just on Realtor.com only there is 1451 single family homes listed right now in Idaho all under $350,000, and most are in good shape.

[link to www.realtor.com (secure)]


If you change the listing to any home, such as mobile, land, townhouse, single family and farm there is 5000 under $350,000.

And that is just Realtor.com, many more listed on other realtor sites as well and sale by owner sites..

Its there folks you just need to look.
 Quoting: JackReno


peace
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Re: Idaho : Looking to buy a Doomstead/Off Grid Home..
Looking at Idaho as my next search for a Doomstead/Off grid home, where is the best areas not to remote and not harsh winters..

Western Idaho around Lewiston has good summers and winters..

Or ??
 Quoting: JackReno


Grangeville
 Quoting: Uncle AC


I live in grangeville.....good luck finding anything.....and he wanted mild winters, that's southern idaho....not northern!!!
 Quoting: Violetmd


I checked the winters in that area, not bad compared to the North East U.S. or North Dakota or Iowa..

Yes far north in Idaho it does get worse..

I was born and raised in Iowa during the 70"s you don't know how bad winters can be, I even lived in Navy barracks next to lake Michigan in the winter now that's bad very bad..
[wind and cold so bad we had snow inside the room on window seals everyday, you could never get warm enough]

Winters around Lewiston look easy and warm compared to those..

Last Edited by JackReno on 04/08/2021 12:22 AM
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Re: Idaho : Looking to buy a Doomstead/Off Grid Home..
Looking at Idaho as my next search for a Doomstead/Off grid home, where is the best areas not to remote and not harsh winters..

Western Idaho around Lewiston has good summers and winters..

Or ??
 Quoting: JackReno


To be quite honest the market has sky rocketed in the last 9 months, most of the building is outside of boise where the weather is warmer....I am in grangeville, idaho county and everything has gone up with no supplies coming in....you would be hard pressed to find what you were looking for at this elevation, I still have snow in the back yard. Winter are reverting back to being really harsh,short,short growing season.
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Re: Idaho : Looking to buy a Doomstead/Off Grid Home..
To be quite honest the market has sky rocketed in the last 9 months, most of the building is outside of boise where the weather is warmer....I am in grangeville, idaho county and everything has gone up with no supplies coming in....you would be hard pressed to find what you were looking for at this elevation, I still have snow in the back yard. Winter are reverting back to being really harsh,short,short growing season.
 Quoting: Violetmd


Did you look at my links above under Realtor.com, there is plenty for sale all over Idaho..

And you don't know cold winters, look at my post above..

So much bad info on here why do I even bother..

lala

Last Edited by JackReno on 04/08/2021 12:28 AM
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04/08/2021 12:29 AM

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Re: Idaho : Looking to buy a Doomstead/Off Grid Home..
To be quite honest the market has sky rocketed in the last 9 months, most of the building is outside of boise where the weather is warmer....I am in grangeville, idaho county and everything has gone up with no supplies coming in....you would be hard pressed to find what you were looking for at this elevation, I still have snow in the back yard. Winter are reverting back to being really harsh,short,short growing season.
 Quoting: Violetmd


Did you look at my links above under Realtor.com, there is plenty for sale all over Idaho..

And you don't know cold winters, look at my post above..
 Quoting: JackReno


Please don't assume anything.... Living in a place and going to realtor.com is completely different. So go look at your "links" and have a good night.
Violetmd
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04/09/2021 01:47 AM
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Re: Idaho : Looking to buy a Doomstead/Off Grid Home..
When people tell where not to move and that's where they live,then it might be where to move.

Too cold up there for me.

There are some places that don't allow off-grid living,so that narrows the choices.
 Quoting: FishingWithFredo


Off grid comes in many forms, my plan is some utilities but remote but yet close to a town
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Re: Idaho : Looking to buy a Doomstead/Off Grid Home..
To be quite honest the market has sky rocketed in the last 9 months, most of the building is outside of boise where the weather is warmer....I am in grangeville, idaho county and everything has gone up with no supplies coming in....you would be hard pressed to find what you were looking for at this elevation, I still have snow in the back yard. Winter are reverting back to being really harsh,short,short growing season.
 Quoting: Violetmd


Did you look at my links above under Realtor.com, there is plenty for sale all over Idaho..

And you don't know cold winters, look at my post above..
 Quoting: JackReno


Please don't assume anything.... Living in a place and going to realtor.com is completely different. So go look at your "links" and have a good night.
 Quoting: Violetmd


stfu
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Re: Idaho : Looking to buy a Doomstead/Off Grid Home..
OP is going to wind up in an Idaho prison when he gets caught smuggling in marijuana from another state. They will walk a drug dog around his RV and the last thing OP will hear is...

cornbread
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Re: Idaho : Looking to buy a Doomstead/Off Grid Home..
When people tell where not to move and that's where they live,then it might be where to move.

Too cold up there for me.

There are some places that don't allow off-grid living,so that narrows the choices.
 Quoting: FishingWithFredo


Off grid comes in many forms, my plan is some utilities but remote but yet close to a town
 Quoting: JackReno


That doesn’t really exist you know....
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Re: Idaho : Looking to buy a Doomstead/Off Grid Home..
be sure to build it so it looks like no one is there. if shtf you do not want any one looking in your direction.

if they know you are there, they'll show up with enough weapons and equipment to dig you out.
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Re: Idaho : Looking to buy a Doomstead/Off Grid Home..
be sure to build it so it looks like no one is there. if shtf you do not want any one looking in your direction.

if they know you are there, they'll show up with enough weapons and equipment to dig you out.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 79424920


The next big event is world population reduction, 3-4 billion will die off so I don't need to worry about to many people around..
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Re: Idaho : Looking to buy a Doomstead/Off Grid Home..
Looking at Idaho as my next search for a Doomstead/Off grid home, where is the best areas not to remote and not harsh winters..

Western Idaho around Lewiston has good summers and winters..

Or ??
 Quoting: JackReno


Grangeville
 Quoting: Uncle AC


I live in grangeville.....good luck finding anything.....and he wanted mild winters, that's southern idaho....not northern!!!
 Quoting: Violetmd


You're in Grangeville...not far from you





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