Housing at all prices in The Landings

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Housing at all prices in The Landings

When it comes to convenience, pricing and square footage, few areas rival the northwest neighborhoods of Coeur d’Alene. One of those neighborhoods, The Landings, surrounds an 11-acre park with all the amenities families demand.

We’re talking a splash pad, a variety of playground equipment, basketball, volleyball and tennis courts, restrooms, off-street parking and a sprawling stretch of beautifully-kept green space.

The entire neighborhood is extremely well-maintained, with an active Homeowner’s Association helping to keep The Landings looking sharp. Given the entire picture, the HOA fees, around $180/year, are definitely a good value.

While most of the construction in The Landings is finished, re-sell activity continues to be strong. Desiree Janke, a real estate agent for Coldwell Banker Schneidmiller Realty with a home currently listed in The Landings, said sales for homes on the lower end of pricing have been especially strong.

“Those single-family homes priced below $200,000 move like hotcakes. They are going pretty quickly,” Janke said.

The unique thing about The Landings is the wide variety of home sizes and prices. Smaller homes, especially those in the Princetown at Waterford subset, start in the $150,000 range for 1,000+ square feet. The lot sizes are smaller, but there’s definitely good bang for your buck there.

On the other end of the spectrum, larger homes in The Landings can reach into $300,000 territory. A recent listing at $335,000 has six bedrooms and almost 4,000 square feet.

Then there are the apartments. But don’t fret, homebuyers. The Carrington Place apartments blend well into The Landings’ clean aesthetic, offering one to three bedrooms with clubhouse, fitness center, and unit-amenities like air conditioning and modern appliances. Rent ranges from $735 to $1,195 depending on floorplan.

“They did a pretty good job with what’s out there, quality wise,” Janke said about the apartment complex. “I haven’t seen any negative impact on home values. In general, the values are going up for every home in there for the last few years.”

The Landings, sprawling from the corner of Prairie Avenue and Atlas Road, is a prime location for residents traveling to Post Falls and Rathdrum via Prairie. Atlas provides a straight shot south to Seltice Way, leading to Interstate 90 access. Taking Prairie east gets you to Highway 95 and major shopping and food options on the Hayden-Coeur d’Alene line.

As if the available options in The Landings aren’t enough, the neighborhood connects directly to Hawk’s Nest, featuring more similarly priced options. If you’re looking for new construction, The Trails development by Architerra Homes is directly west of Hawk’s Nest and The Landings. Look for more on the development in an upcoming Neighborhood of the Week.

For more information on her listing in The Landings and other North Idaho offerings, contact Desiree Janke at (208) 691-8509, visit www.djanke.cbidaho.com or email desiree@cbidaho.com.

Call (208) 719-0048 or visit www.carringtonplacecda.com for more information on Carrington Place apartments.


Let us know about more standout neighborhoods and developments that we may feature in an upcoming Neighborhood of the Week. Contact Tyler Wilson at twilson@cdapress.com.

Real Estate Agents, take advantage of Neighborhood of the Week by sending in your suggestions for featured areas, including sites outside the normal confines of Coeur d’Alene, Post Falls and Hayden.

Housing at all prices in The Landings


Housing at all prices in The Landings


Housing at all prices in The Landings

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