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Sandpoint Idaho Real Estate Community Guide

SANDPOINT | COMMUNITY GUIDE

Sand Creek River and Lake Pend Oreille in the downtown area of Sandpoint, Idaho, USA
Sand Creek River and Lake Pend Oreille in the downtown area of Sandpoint, Idaho, USA

Sandpoint Idaho is located on the north shores of Lake Pend Oreille. This small resort city is known for its proximity to the ski slopes of Schweitzer Mountain Resort and as a summertime playground for boating, fishing, hiking and more. In this town be prepared to enjoy life the way you want; whether you enjoy a relaxing day at the beach, a peaceful hike through the mountain or a high octane ATV adventure through the forest, or an epic powder day on the slopes Sandpoint, has the right lifestyle for you.

Sandpoint Homes and Real Estate

Sandpoint, Idaho has a wide variety of residential home styles to choose from. Here you can find an iconic log cabin in the woods, waterfront property with a dock, condos with stunning views, vacant land, and the ski-up / ride-up condo on Schweitzer Mountain Resort. 

If you are searching for luxury homes in the area there is a huge selection of jaw-dropping homes that are sure to please the most discriminating buyer. Many of the custom homes in the area have a one-of-a-kind design and feature stunning modern designs, a classic log cabin look, or sport a more luxurious traditional feel.

A snowboarder catches air while riding at Schweitzer Mountain Resort in Sandpoint, ID.
A snowboarder catches air while riding at
Schweitzer Mountain Resort in Sandpoint, ID.

Life in Sandpoint

Life in Sandpoint revolves around Lake Pend Oreille (pronounced “pon-der-ay”) and the surrounding mountain ranges, the Selkirk, Cabinet and Bitterroot ranges. The lake offers residents and visitors unmatched opportunities to enjoy watersport, boating, waterskiing, wakeboarding, sailing and fishing. While the mountains offer hiking, off-road adventures, skiing, snowboarding, mountain biking and much more. 

Visitors and new residents to Sandpoint quickly sense that this resort town seems designed for a stress-free lifestyle. The beauty of the maple trees and towering pines that line the streets and the refurbished vintage office buildings that comprise the downtown core remind many of simpler times from days past. 

Beyond the scenery and tons of activities offered in Sandpoint, the cultural connection in this community of artists is chalked full of festivals, entertainment and events year-round. 

If you are looking to move to North Idaho, the natural beauty, endless outdoor recreation, small-town charm and thriving arts scene make this beautiful city an outstanding choice.