Mullan, ID


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Mullan, ID

About Mullan, ID

Living in Mullan, ID is quite an experience. The town is small but vibrant, with plenty to do and see. The streets are lined with old-fashioned buildings and rustic storefronts, giving it a vintage charm that can't be beaten. The surrounding areas offer breathtaking views of the mountains and nearby forests, making it a great place for outdoor activities like hiking and fishing. Despite its rural location, Mullan is home to a variety of restaurants and shops, providing residents with plenty of options for entertainment or dining out. Snowy winters provide plenty of opportunities for skiing, sledding, and other winter sports while summer days are perfect for exploring the area's many parks and trails. With its laid-back atmosphere, small-town charm, and access to recreation opportunities, living in Mullan is truly one-of-a-kind.

State: Idaho
County: Shoshone County
Metro Area: No Metro Area
City: Mullan
Zip Codes: 83846
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Mullan Cost of Living
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$213,900
-58.1% lower than avg
$44,423
-55.4% lower than avg
$701 /mo
Monthly rent (2br)
-63.8% lower than avg
Mullan Crime
28.9 / 100
Crime is ranked on a scale of 1 (low) to 100 (high). US average: 35.4
Minimum annual income
To live comfortably in Mullan, Idaho
$41,040
for a family
$26,800
for a single person
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I lived in Mullan for about six months in 2003. It's basically a ghost town in the Northern Idaho Panhandle, hard on the Montana line in a mountainous valley.   More

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