83501 Homes for Sale September 23, 2020
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Lewiston Real Estate - Zip Code 83501

The charming City of Lewiston, Idaho, sits pleasantly amid the valley known as the Lewis–Clark Valley, nestled adjacent to the fluvial waters of the Snake River and the Clearwater River. Settled between Clarkston, Washington off to the west, and the Nez Perce Indian Reservation to the east, the City of Lewiston and the surrounding areas generously boast impressive scenic destinations as well as a vast array of incredible variations in topography. As Spring arrives, the areas rolling green hills blossom, and drawing closer to Fall, the area brightens with warms hues of golden yellows. Top that with a splash of Summer fun with the refreshing waters that nearly envelop this area, Lewiston is surely a destination to take pride in calling home. Choosing to make Lewiston, Idaho home means getting the best of outdoor living near the rivers and being within 25 +/- or so miles from Lake Waha and the Craig Mountain Wildlife Management Area, Blue Lake, Mud Lake, and Soldiers Meadow Reservoir. There is also Winchester Lake that sits as part of Winchester Lake State Park. Within an hour are stunning forest pines, blue skies, and the atmosphere that comes with being by the lake. Making the city of Lewiston, Idaho home means to enjoy the abounding opportunities for outdoor adventures as well as for those who enjoy taking to the indoors for a day of entertainment. With a host of community events, there is always something to do. 

Established in 1861, Lewiston has prospered into a flourishing city of diverse culture and community combined with an ideal mix of homegrown startups complemented by a wealth of economic growth. The majority of Lewiston's population by occupation lays in retail trade, manufacturing, and health care. Lewiston not only boasts a low inflation rate it also boasts a lower than the national average unemployment rate of 3.0 (June 2019). That's just the beginning of all that this area has to offer. Relocating to Lewiston for its stronger economic foundation and job market is one of many reasons that make the city and its surroundings so appealing. Keeping the community safe and helping the residents enjoy healthy lives is important to the City of Lewiston. Lewiston police and fire departments are committed to providing immediate, effective, and efficient public safety services to enhance the lives of residents as well as visitors alike, giving its residents peace of mind. Choosing to live in a community that prides itself on safety is just another reason why considering to make the city of Lewiston home is such an excellent consideration. Delving into the local real estate options is another great way to experience some of all that this area has to offer. From Lewiston lofts, townhouses, condos, and homes for sale to a plethora of housing options and land, there is much to be found. 

If you're drawn to the culture and experiencing the vibrancy of Downtown Lewiston, then you may consider Brackenbury Square an outdoor event center ideal for outdoor enjoyment and complimented with community art. Enjoying Downtown Lewiston includes opportunities for mouthwatering meals from a variety of choices. Downtown is home to an abundance of eateries from warm and festive cafe's, hushed or lively coffee shops, good guilt bakeries, and bistros, to full-service restaurants with a multitude of food choices waiting to delight, there is surely something on the menu that'll catch your attention. A few of these destinations include IMUA Hawaiin Style, Vine 46 Winery, Emperor King of Thai, Main Street Grill, Stax Lewiston, Brocks, Brava's, Crazy Good Food and Beverage, Skalicky's Sweet Sensations Bakery, Bojack's Broiler Pit, and the Blue Light Coffee Lantern to name a few. Check it out for yourself, and don't stop there! Enjoying the lifestyles that make up the city of Lewiston means opportunities to enjoy the well-known to old fashion shopping options. This well-paced community is both energizing and inspiring with so much to offer. How neat would it be to enjoy all of these options in a place that you call home? Other surrounding cities include OrofinoWhite Bird, and Riggins as well as Cottonwood and Grangeville. Not to mention if you choose, you can be in a different state by crossing over the Main Street Bridge into Clarkston, Washington. 

Finding a tremendous amount of options for things to do in Lewiston could very well be easier than finding the time to enjoy them all. You may consider exploring the expansive Lewiston City Public Library or heading over to Pioneer Park, which boasts live events at the bandshell during the warmer months. Among the favorites of many, would be, the Lewiston Levee Parkway, an area pathway lining the river ideal for a stroll, a bike ride, or a day out in a serene and tranquil environment. Enjoy a multitude of lakes, streams & creeks within a 30-mile radius, including the stunning and relaxing waters of Hidden Lake, to small but tranquil Gurney Lake. Furthermore, there are also additional destinations including Hatwai Creek, and Lindsay Creek, as well as the beautifully calm and glassy waters of Mann Lake Public Fishing Area. If you're searching for a larger variety of outdoor options, than you may also want to consider the host of area parks that include Marks Mean Park, Airway Park, and Vollmer Park. Moreover, find additional parks waiting to delight including Locomotive Park, Modie Park Conservancy, Pioneer Park, Kiwanis Park, and Trevitt Park. 

Hosted at Locomotive Park in the wintertime is the impressive community event called Winter Spirit, which lights up the community with interactive displays, dancing trees, and is filled with festive cheer. In the warmer months, you may consider heading out to enjoy events such as the Sound Downtown Summer Concert Series. Or possibly Refresh the Town, and Small Business Saturday is more in line with how you'd like to spend your weekend. Whatever you enjoy most there is something for everyone. Discover community events to keep the calendar full such as the Downtown Art Walk, which is a collaboration of many area businesses over the course of a few days that host a mix of live music, local artists varying from mixed media, acrylic, oil, photography, digital art, lens-based works and more! Furthermore, find attractions including the Barge in Music Festival, which is sure to catch the attention of many. This open-air, all ages, music festival is geared towards bringing the community together for a mix of outdoor enjoyment, vendors, and music.

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