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Boise Real Estate Listings

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198 N Al Fresco Pl., Boise

$1,725,000 - 4 Beds, 5 Baths, 4,532 Sf

MLS® # 98791140

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5290 N Sorrento, Boise

$1,499,000 - 5 Beds, 4 Baths, 5,168 Sf

MLS® # 98791631

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7116 W Mcmullen St., Boise

$1,648,000 - 4 Beds, 4 Baths, 5,025 Sf

MLS® # 98791615

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13922 W Dominion, Boise

$499,000 - 4 Beds, 3 Baths, 2,060 Sf

MLS® # 98791600

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703 Scott, Boise

$498,900 - 3 Beds, 2 Baths, 1,514 Sf

MLS® # 98791597

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10621 W Glen Ellyn, Boise

$299,000 - 5 Beds, 2 Baths, 1,737 Sf

MLS® # 98791584

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3251 E Thoroughbred Lane, Boise

$499,900 - 3 Beds, 3 Baths, 1,920 Sf

MLS® # 98791555

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5112 W W Bethel St, Boise

$424,900 - 3 Beds, 3 Baths, 2,436 Sf

MLS® # 98791552

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7084 W Colehaven Lane, Boise

$250,000 - 2 Beds, 1 Baths, 813 Sf

MLS® # 98791519

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4263 N Edelweiss St, Boise

$585,000 - 4 Beds, 3 Baths, 2,953 Sf

MLS® # 98791515

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11808 W Chinden Ridge, Boise

$949,900 - 5 Beds, 4 Baths, 5,532 Sf

MLS® # 98791512

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14179 W Battenberg Ct, Boise

$439,900 - 3 Beds, 2 Baths, 1,810 Sf

MLS® # 98791472

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Boise Real Estate

East End

The East End, like much of the rest of Boise, was first built in 1890. This area developed into a series of residential subdivisions, consisting of mostly single family homes. This district had the most rapid growth from 1910 to 1940, and it eventually grew to spread over thirty nine blocks. 

Architecturally, twenty-nine percent of the homes in this district are in the Craftsman bungalow style. Other styles that are prominent in this area include Queen Anne Cottages, American Foursquare, and a few Mission Revival designs. These styles of homes are scattered through the area, making the district diverse in the exteriors of the home.

North End

Known as Boise’s first suburban development, the North End is historically significant to the area. The first neighborhood in this area was platted in 1878, which was only a few blocks between Ninth Street and Thirteenth Street -- from Resseguie to Fort Street. Thirteen years after being established, a race for the land in this area began as speculators rapidly purchased the land here. This began a building boom that lasted 25 years.

Homes in the North End area are predominantly modestly sized bungalows.

Hays Street

The Hays Street Historic District was massively developed during the beginning of the twentieth century, the majority of which still stand today. However, as the years passed, several homes were converted into offices or demolished for parking lots. It spans an area of just under twenty-two blocks, located in the northern half of the Original Boise Townsite.

Currently, this district has a mix of land uses, including residential multi-family homes as well as offices. Historical landmarks are still present including the Queen Anne architectural style, as well as Colonial Revival, Craftsman, and Minimal Traditional.

Warm Springs Avenue

The Kelly Hot Spring was the inspiration behind the name of Warm Springs Avenue. A natural mineral spring, the water was utilized for both public and private uses in the area. This marks one of the first major usages of geothermal water in city waterworks. Because of this and the present of stately homes, Warm Springs was considered by the city as the most historically important local district. Today, Warms Springs Avenue still has grand homes with various styles in architecture.

Harrison Boulevard

A year after Idaho became a state in 1890, President Benjamin Harrison visited the fifth state he had signed into the Union. As an extension of appreciation, 17th Street was renamed to Harrison Boulevard. Because of this new association with the President, Harrison Boulevard and it's surrounding area became a very popular subdivision. Harrison eventually became one of the most innovated streets in the capital, being dubbed the “model road” by the City Engineer in 1916. This was due to the median parkway and street lights that were added to the road.

Excellent, stately homes were built in Harrison Boulevard, which accent the rolling natural terrain of the Foothills that crown the area. This is one of the most picturesque historical neighborhoods in Boise.

Present Boise Real Estate

Today, Idaho’s capital has many subdivisions and neighborhoods that contribute to Boise real estate listings. The largest neighborhoods, in order of population include:

Boise continues to grow! Local real estate potential is constantly being developed as the city develops new residential subdivisions for incoming home buyers. Whether you prefer to purchase a property by owner, build a custom home, purchase a foreclosure, or buy into brand new homes, look into the Boise Idaho houses for sale. There are many different home plans and styles available on the market. Be sure to check out nearby communities such as Meridian real estate and Eagle real estate for additional listings. 

Boise’s newest neighborhoods include:

Boise is one of the most livable cities in America, based on numerous polls and lists in national media. For example, a recent Time Magazine featured Boise in the issue “Solutions for America," considering Boise as “Getting it Right.” Additionally, it was ranked 34 out of the hundred most affordable cities in the United States. Look into buying a home for sale in Boise real estate listings today.

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Listing information last updated on January 25th, 2021 at 9:31am MST.