When you list your home, our job is to sell it. In order to better do this, we have some fun tools that come along the way. In this case we’ve created some fun and useful information for those looking at moving to Malad and we’ve improved how we can showcase homes. This technology lets you comfortably browse a home from your own computer and from your own favorite chair.
Idaho Birds – Malad City, ID
365 acres with a marvelous home, spectacular views, and bordering the forest service.
SOLD – 131 N Main St. Malad City, ID
This is a wonderful brick home is on nearly half an acre of property within walking distance to everything in town. Enjoy everything you need on the main floor including the attached garage and a patio in the front and a patio out the back. This rambler style home offers several bedrooms, three bathrooms, three living rooms, and even a secondary kitchen downstairs. The outside boasts mature trees along the sidewalk, and a gated access to the back yard large enough for your vehicles and toys. Beyond the completely fenced back yard is a large garden area that has actively been used and is ready for another growing season.
Malad City’s Lumber Store
Malad’s Lumber store is locally owned and provides almost anything your home will need. They keep an excellent inventory, provide personal service, and can even deliver to your home or job site. If they don’t have what you need, they can often get it within the week. Hess Lumber is a wonderful asset to the community and whether you are fixing up your home before you sell, looking to remodel your next purchase, or wanting to build your dream home, they’ll be ready for any planned projects.
Oneida County’s Library
Oneida County Library provides many benefits to our community. With over 26,000 items you’ll find something for everyone. Come and bring your children to story hour, print your own design on their 3d printer, read your favorite magazine, check out a movie, come use their local computers, or discover their many other resources they provide our community. They are located right in town and by the city park. It is a fun summertime outing to enjoy a walk to the library and park.
FOR SALE – 285 N 200 W Malad City, ID
Single level home on .376 acre lot in Malad. This home is just a block and a half from the elementary school and is in a nice neighborhood. The spacious layout and large windows provide a comfortable and roomy feel to the home. The home is in excellent condition and was built to be very affordable despite the summer heats and the winter colds. Walls were built with an R34 value and 14 inches of insulation in the ceiling. Out the backdoor is an extensive patio overlooking the yard and the garden space. You’ll also find plenty of workshop space and storage. Edits and minor changes are allowed by the brokerage to more accurately represent the home. Call Steve Atkinson for more information at 208-766-3625
SOLD – Annie’s Cottage 121 Bannock St. Malad City, ID
Nightly rental for visitors to Malad. This Charming, renovated brick home is in downtown Malad! Original wood floors; separate kitchen and dining; fireplace; jetted tub; WiFi, cable TV, and a blue-ray/DVD player. Comfortably sleeps 10. Fully stocked. Groceries supplied when requested. Call Steve Atkinson for more information at 208-766-3625