Rigby Homes for Sale June 6, 2020
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Rigby

Rigby Real Estate

What makes Rigby, Idaho so great?

The city of Rigby, Idaho is a charming community of around 4,193 +/- (2018) residents and boasts the city motto of “Honoring our heritage, Looking to the Future”. Newcomers and visitors to the area might enjoy some of the beautiful tree-lined streets that may be found throughout the city as most of the downtown city area is pleasantly accented with mature tree life. There is much to be found in terms of area things to do as there are a host of community events, the Jefferson County Fair and Rigby Rodeo Grandstand as well as various area parks scattered across the community. The homes and land of Rigby offer an abundance of variety when it comes to home styles and land options. Many residents choose to live in Rigby and travel to the neighboring city of Idaho Falls for work while others may take delight in working close to home for a quicker commute. There are so many options to be found when considering the community of Rigby as your next home.

What does Rigby Real Estate offer?

When it comes to Rigby real estate, discover a mix of charming traditional home styles, new construction homes, condominiums, ranch-style homes, townhomes, to the newest designs offered that beautify the gracious lands of Rigby, Idaho. Rigby is a place where there is much to be found when searching for home or land for sale. Find farmland to generously sized lots & land options, waterfront properties in addition to land adorned with bountiful tree life, and land options that sit as a delightfully blank canvas waiting to be found. For those who are in search of horse property or a gated community, you’re in luck as Rigby is home to these and so much more! Rigby has it all from established neighborhoods where everyone is likely to know each other on a first-name basis to up and coming subdivisions that are still being developed and a little of everything in between. So whether you enjoy living closer to town or find the most delight in be located a bit further from area happenings, there is something for everyone to enjoy.

What are a few things to do and amenities offered in Rigby?

Travelers make their way to the city of Rigby to visit and enjoy a popular destination among many known as the Jefferson County Lake. Jefferson County Lake takes the center spotlight year-round for being an excellent location for recreation opportunities and hoards of visitors enjoy making this destination into a traditional vacationing destination. The Independence Day celebration at the lake is said to attract residents and visitors alike for an amazing day enjoying the celebration, festivities, food, fun and neat fireworks display. For those who enjoy a day out on the greens, there is Cedar Park Golf Course as well as Jefferson Hills Golf & Recreation Center. The community of Rigby is also well known for events including a Flea Market, 5K, community BBQs, 4H Dog Show, a kids rodeo and much more at the local fair and rodeo grounds. Other events throughout the year have been known to include classic car shows and a Fall Craft Fair. If that not enough there is a grand selection of neat to nifty local parks and amenities, shop and boutique options, and the opportunities to delve into history at one of the local museums. That’s simply the beginning of all that may be found in the wonderful city of Rigby. A few of the local parks include the popular Rigby South Park, Rigby Skatepark, Veterans Memorial Park, Bennion Park, and Pioneer Park. Find a mix of amenities at the local parks including baseball diamonds, tennis courts, basketball hoops, playground sets, as well as spacious green areas ideal for outdoor enjoyment. Whatever adventures you choose, there are destinations and amenities that are sure to keep your interest.

What are a few area destinations that surround Rigby?

Choosing to live in the community of Rigby, Idaho means that you get to choose from the world of opportunities located in the region. One day might be focused on a road trip of exploring the back roads, another taking to the OHV trails, or enjoying a day on the water boating or enjoying world-renowned fishing. From waterfall hunting, enjoy the hot springs, heading to the slopes for a day of wintry fun in the snow, explore caves, trekking to one of the various mountain peaks or hunting in one of the various designated areas. The city of Rigby is nearly surrounded by fascinating destinations that are sure to keep you interested. Enjoy exploring the Snake River is situated northwest of the city as well as destinations such as Mud Lake and the Camas National Wildlife Refuge, the Snake River Plain Lava Trails, and Blackfoot Reservoir to the southeast. Also find destinations for a day of fun-filled adventures such as St. Anthony Sand Dunes, Craters of the Moon National Monument & Preserve, Grays Lake Wildlife Refuge, Caribou Targhee National Forest, Minidoka National Wildlife Refuge and Palisades Reservoir. Find the home you’ve been searching for and consider heading out to one of the various surrounding destinations that are sure to amaze.

There’s so much to be found to satisfy the curious to the avid explorer among endless outdoor experiences. For those who want to get out for an evening in the city, heading over to the City of Idaho Falls may be just the thing. Discover a host of activity opportunities, dining options, and then off to escape to the pleasantries of home outside of bigger city living. There’s also the city of Rexburg that sits around 14 +/- miles from the community and makes for a great source of additional dining and shopping options. From water activities to mini-vacation destination options and big nights out in the city, there is surely something for everyone to enjoy.

What are a few of the communities surrounding Rigby?

A couple of the larger cities surrounding Rigby include Rexburg and Idaho Falls. Additional cities in the region include Ririe, Ammon, Ucon, Sugar City and the city of St. Anthony.