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BOISE REAL ESTATE
Real estate inBoise is quite successful with an array of choices for property. These properties come with many different prices with a range from under $100k to over a million. Boise properties are known for being affordable with the average price fluctuating around $300k. In May 2014, the mean price of a Boise home was $296,445. Within this price, there is a large amount of styles available.
One common type of home in the more urban parts of Boise is the town house, a style invented for cities to maximize square footage, materials, and time. Townhouses are very practical and will most likely be less expensive. However, some people prefer unattached housing units, because they do not like sharing walls and having a limited yard space. However, townhouses still retain popularity, and some of the historical homes in Boise are townhouses.
A modern homegenerally has practical architecture with an emphasis on a layout in the organic style, having a focus on geometric lines. Modern homes are energy efficient with windows to connect the indoors and the outdoors. Some modern homes will even have skylights. As well as being built practically, a modern home will have a touch of charm. Many modern homes are personalized when built and therefore have a unique design.
Boise, Idaho is separated into regions. Learn about the different regions to know where to look for your new Boise home.
Northwest Boise is located just North of the city center, East of Eagle, and West of downtown Boise. Right next to the Boise Foothills, Northwest Boise is close to outdoor Idaho. The Boise foothills have many hiking and biking trails including the popular Table Rock trail and Camel Back Park.
Southeast Boise is right along the Boise River so residents of Southeast Boise have close access to the many activities that come with the river such as fishing, floating the river, and swimming. They also are close to Ivywild Park, Julia Davis Park, and Barber Park. Southeast real estate has many new homes and opportunities for new construction.
The North End is on the outskirts of downtown Boise. The landscaping on the North End is beautiful with tree-lined streets. Part of the North End is Historic Boise with streets with homes on the historical register, including Harrison Boulevard. Residents of the North End enjoy being close to Hyde Park with is a great place to get outdoors.
The West Bench is on the border of Meridian with major streets being Fairview, Cole, and Milwaukee. The Boise Towne Square Mall is the largest mall in Idaho and is right next to the West Bench. West Bench is also close to Winstead Park- open to the public.
Downtown Boise is between the North End and Southeast Boise. As the center of Boise, it is the most populous part of the city. Consider living in Downtown Boise if you want the faster paced city life with available shopping and culture. If you are in the downtown district, visit the Boise Art Museum, Egyptian Theater, or Idaho State Historical Museum.
Boise is hometo the Boise State Broncos, a popular football team with hundreds of fans. As a national ranking American college football team, this blue and orange team has shown their fame throughout the United States. Football isn't the only popular sport in Idaho, however. Many Boise residents are also fans of the Boise Hawks, a minor league baseball team, and the Idaho Steelheads, a popular hockey team.
A city with a strong musical identity, Boise is home to the Boise Philharmonic, which has brought music to Idaho since the 1960's. This esteemed musical ensemble is made up of professional musicians from establishments such as the San Francisco Conservatory and Julliard. Community Choirs are also a part of Boise’s musical identity. Cantus Youth Choirs and the Common Ground Community Chorus, for example, allow Boise residents to not only listen to music but also join in creating music with them.
If you are avisual art person, there are plenty of opportunities in Boise to associate with your passion. Popular collections of art include the Visual Arts Collective, the Boise Art Museum, and the Boise Visual Artists. Downtown Boise itself is a collection of art with popular street art in areas such as Freak Alley where professional artists come from all over the North West to add to the art in that area.
One of the perks of living in Boise is being able to get outdoors into the mountains. Many Boise residents will leave town for a weekend to go camping in popular campgrounds like Trout Creek campground and Peace Valley. Another popular activity is hiking in places like the Boise Foothills, which has several hiking trails. Or, there are quite a few biking trails around Boise including Watchman and Spring Valley Creek. Fishing is also a favorite in the Boise River or nearby ponds in local parks. In the mountains, there is a copious amount of creeks and lakes to go fishing in as well.
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Listing information last updated on May 28th, 2017 at 12:37pm MDT.