Homes for Sale Boise
When searching for your next property, consider looking at the homes for sale Boise has to offer. Boise, the capital city of Idaho, is a popular, urban environment with access to great outdoor areas, making it perfect for a range of home and business owners who want to experience something new. The homes for sale Boise has to choose from covers a wide range that will appeal to any potential homeowner. Start your Boise home search today.
Homes for Sale Boise
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912 28th, Boise, ID - $369,900
Silvercreek Realty Group
3723 S Northbridge, Boise, ID - $344,900
2582 S Harmony Avenue, Boise, ID - $578,000
Keller Williams Realty Boise
3025 N. Tamarack Dr, Boise, ID - $290,000
Timber and Love Realty, LLC
7066 W Colehaven, Boise, ID - $159,900
1879 N 27th St, Boise, ID - $389,900
2115 N Courtney, Boise, ID - $287,900
Silvercreek Realty Group
8200 W Thunder Mountain Dr, Boise, ID - $525,000
RE/MAX Executives - Nampa
10871 N Blacktail Pl., Boise, ID - $399,900
Coldwell Banker Tomlinson -Eagle
1894 E Table Rock, Boise, ID - $875,000
Templeton Real Estate Group
6808 W Poplar, Boise, ID - $389,000
RE/Max Elite Properties
671 S Malaga Ln, Boise, ID - $260,000
Silvercreek Realty Group
Boise: The City of Trees
Boise, Idaho is a beautiful city, situated in a diverse climate zone. Built alongside the lazy Boise River, the city is further bordered by the Boise Foothills, hills in the Northeast of the city that lead up to the Rocky Mountains. With a temperate climate, residents of Boise can enjoy all four classic seasons. Idaho landscapes are one of the most ideal photographic subjects thanks to its varied landscape.
Boise is located in the population epicenter of the Treasure Valley. At a population of 212,303 people at the 2012 estimate, Boise is the most populated city in Idaho. Boise is further surrounded by other central cities in Idaho, such as Meridian, Eagle, Nampa, Caldwell, and Garden City. These cities, while not as populated as Boise, each have their own unique cultural awareness and recreational opportunities that Boise residents have easy access to.
The placement of Boise in the Treasure Valley allows for the city to have a diverse recreational portfolio that residents have great access to no matter where they are in the city. The defined seasons offer perfect weather to enjoy all sorts of activities. During the warmer months, Idaho residents can be seen hiking or biking alone Boise’s many available trails, like Camel’s Back Park in the Boise Foothills or the Boise Greenbelt alongside the Boise River. The Boise Foothills are in close proximity to the North End and Warm Springs districts of Boise, and are excellent if residents want to experience a more rugged path, but for an easier, more relaxing route, the Greenbelt is a lush area that connects to Boise’s many riverside parks and amenities. Boating, fishing, kayaking, and camping are also within easy driving distance, either within Boise itself or nearby.
During the colder months, however, Boise’s mountainous access makes it an excellent area for those who enjoy the snow! Winter facilities like the Bogus Basin Mountain Recreation Area allow Treasure Valley residents access to great skiing, snowboarding, and tubing possibilities. Do you hate the cold but love to sled? The Bruneau Sand Dunes to the south of Boise in Owyhee County is a great location where people can enjoy sand sledding as well as jumping the sand dunes in buggies.
Even if you don’t wish to participate in the recreational activities that Boise has to offer, you may be tempted by the alluring cultural identity within Idaho’s capital city. Idaho has many excellent opportunities for increased cultural awareness, including the Idaho Shakespeare Festival (ISF), which is a repertory theater found in the Warm Springs district of the city. The ISF teaches theater and performs throughout Idaho’s counties as a community education program, as well as producing five major summer productions in their impressive outdoor amphitheater. Also in Boise is the Boise Art Museum, which has displayed artifacts from all over the world as well as local and regional pieces since its inception in 1937.
Real Estate Opportunities
There are many potential properties that you can look into to find your ideal home for sale Boise has. Using our website, you can search for homes across the Idaho MLS, or Multiple Listing Service. This compendium of properties found all over Idaho makes sure that you have the best possible list of houses to choose from. This is a lot of properties, so you are able to sort through and choose these properties with many kinds of filters to find just what you are looking for. Start by clicking the PROPERTY SEARCH tab and you’ll be on your way!
Many homeowners have a general idea of where they want to find a new home. By clicking on what city or cities you’d prefer to look through (likely Boise!) in the CITY drop-down box on the left, you can look through a range of different properties. If you want to look in an even more defined area, you may even search by neighborhood, street, or zip code! Just type that information into the LOCATION box. By scrolling down, you can also access the AREA, COUNTY, and SUBDIVISION drop down boxes for further refining - you can even look for a home in a specific school district!
For potential property owners on a budget, there is also a space where you will be able to denote what your maximum and minimum limits are for how much you would spend on a home. Similarly, you can do the same practice to find a home with your desired square footage.
There are many residential properties available, which are sorted under PROPERTY SUB-TYPES. These include single family homes with and without acreage, condos, and mobile units. Alternatively, there are residential income properties like duplexes and triplexes, but to access those you will have to click Residential Income in the PROPERTY TYPE box.
Are you looking for a newer construction? Or maybe an older home? You can determine the age of your future home by inputting how old you would prefer the property to be, from fifty years or older to not yet constructed! Mark your preference with AGE OF BUILDING, or alternatively mark a range of years in the YEAR BUILT category - you can even find how long the home has been active with the tab DAYS ON THE MARKET.
Other information you might find useful, like whether the property is owned by the bank, is a short sale, or even what amenities the property has, are all found on this list. Utilize them to help you find ideal home matches for your property search. Furthermore, our trained real estate agents are on call and eager to help you find and secure your home in Boise Idaho.
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Listing information last updated on September 22nd, 2019 at 11:30pm MDT.