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A Great Home Offering Plenty Of Space With Five Bedrooms, Living Room With A Fireplace & Family Room With A Fireplace. Kitchen Completely Updated In 2018 With Alder Cabinets, Island, Laminate Floor & New Appliances. 30 Year Roof Was Installed In 2...
Enjoy Plenty Of Natural Light Along With Storage Throughout This Newer Home In Se Boise. A Spacious North-facing Patio Leaves The Evenings Cool And Shaded To Enjoy The Long Summer Nights. Plenty Of Space For Entertaining! The Master Offers A Walk ...
Completely Remodeled In 2015, This Luxe Craftsman Bungalow Just Steps From Elm Grove Park Incorporates A Modern, Open Feel With Original Charm! Casual, Comfortable Living Is Combined With Incredible Attention To Detail & High-end Finishes In This ...
Elegantly Upgraded Cape Cod-style Residence In Coveted Spring Meadow! Impressive Custom Design Includes Two Master Suites, Den, Two Offices (or 3rd Bedroom), Along With Three Full Bath Suites. Reminiscent Of A Sophisticated New York Loft, The Ope...
A Tranquil Treetop Setting In Boise Heights. Modern Architectural Design W/ A Zen Aesthetic. Meticulously Landscaped Grounds Unfold W/ Texture & Color. Various Decks & Patios Create Outdoor Living Spaces Which Enjoy Privacy, As Well As Foothill, L...
Single Level Home On A Large Lot With Room For Shop And/or Toys. Comfortable Floorplan With Family And Living Room. New Hvac System 2 Yrs Ago. Windows And Siding Have Been Updated. Very Clean Property, Just Needs A Little Updating To Really Shine.
Idaho is knownfor its affordable homes all across the state - and Boise is no exception! In fact, Boise was ranked 34 out of the 100 most affordable cities in the United States. In order to learn more about the average cost of a home in Boise’s, as well as the prices of the highest and lowest listing, and total amount of listings, visit Boise’s community page.
Neighborhoods in Southeast Boise
Southeast Boise is conveniently close to the Boise River and not too far away from Downtown Boise. Also, this area not too far from Boise’s Parks including Barber Park, Julia Davis Park, and Ivywild Park.
Pier Pointeneighborhood is located next to Parkcenter Boulevard, near the center of Southeast Boise. Only a few minutes away from this charming neighborhood is the Bown Crossing Market Place, which has local restaurants and stores. Residents don’t need to go too far to play outdoors, either - Pier Point is located near to the Boise Greenbelt and Barber Park.
Homes in PierPointe have a variety of architectural designs - which is no surprise, since this neighborhood was developed between 1984 and 2012! However, common features of the homes in this neighborhood include a fenced backyard and a front porch. There are over 200 homes in Pier Pointe, with the average lot size of 0.18 acres. The square footage of these homes will most likely be between 1,300 to 2,640 square feet.
Silverado is in Southeast Boise, close to East Gowen Road. Generally larger than homes in neighboring neighborhoods, Silverado houses have about 1,500 to 4,000 square feet that usually include hardwood floors. The neighborhood includes a community swimming pool, walking paths, tennis courts, and a recreational center.
Silverado is only a mile or so away from the Idaho IceWorld, a skating rink in the area that often hosts hockey games. And practically right out of Silverado’s backdoor is the Simplot Sports Complex, a large outdoor field that spans 161 acres.
Neighborhoods in Northwest Boise
Northwest Boise isWest of Downtown Boise and just North of the city center. This area consists largely of single family homes, both older and newer in age. This part of Boise is particularly known for being in close proximity to the Boise Foothills, small local mountains with premiere hiking and biking trails.
Hidden Springs isnear State Street, North Gary Lane, and West Hill Road. To some, Hidden Springs is more of a community than just a neighborhood, with a local cafe and post office. Amenities in this neighborhood include two pools, a community park, tennis and sand volleyball courts and even a community garden.
Hidden Springs has over a thousand homes in the community. They’re usually between 0.1 to 1.88 acres and contain 2,500 to 4,000 square foot structures. These homes are built as high quality, energy-efficient dwellings meant to last.
Avimor is about15 miles West of Downtown Boise, and is more secluded from the rush of the city. It is located alongside the Boise Foothills, allowing residents access to acres of open land - right outside their backdoors!
Avimor homelots are approximately 0.125 acres to 0.25 acres, and have floor plants that vary between 1,000 to nearly 3,800 square feet. However, homes in Avimor are built around a community called Village One, which includes a 12,000 square foot community building, an amphitheater, sports fields, and playgrounds.
Other Boise Neighborhoods
The West Bench is next to the major streets Fairview, Milwaukee, and Cole. Residents of this area enjoy visiting the Boise Towne Square Mall for shopping or Winstead Park to spend time outdoors. West Bench is within one mile of many entertainment and shopping areas, most of which can be accessed by some of the paved pathways that wind through the neighborhood.
There are over28,500 homes in the West Bench, and is one of the largest neighborhoods in Boise. Just over half of these are single-family homes; the other homes are multi-family and residential income properties.
The North Endis just outside of Downtown Boise, and one of the first neighborhoods to be developed during Boise’s early population booms. In fact, many of the homes here are listed under the National Register for Historic Places, especially on streets like Harrison Boulevard.
Thanks to abuilding boom that lasted nearly 25 years in the early twentieth century, homes in the North End consist of single family homes, bungalows, and some townhouses. Living in this area means you are only a few minutes from Downtown Boise’s excellent shopping and dining locations.
Nearby Eagle provides residents with an extension of the Boise greenbelt. It also provides residents with outdoor recreation, shopping, and a plethora of restaurants. If you are looking for more spacious lots, with a little more driving, check out homes for sale in Eagle.
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Listing information last updated on May 20th, 2019 at 2:52pm MDT.