Homes for sale in Boise ID
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Homes for Sale in Boise ID
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Homes for Sale in Boise ID
Before you move, you’ll likely want to know exactly what your next home will entail. You should be completely satisfied with your move, and not only with the home that you find -- with the right amount of bedrooms, the perfect kitchen, or (finally!) a bigger garage -- but also the location. Being connected to the community is a key element in shaping your house into becoming your home.
When you consider where you want to buy your new home, looking into Boise, Idaho has probably been on your list. What was it that drew you to this fine city? Was it simply the fact that Boise is the state capital and therefore most well-known? Or was it something else that made Boise seem like the right place to live?
There are several ways to get connected with the Boise community, no matter what your interests are. If your idea of having a good time is watching a football game, then try attending one of the Boise State football games. During home games, football fans swarm to BSU to support their favorite team in the largest Idaho stadium.
If you would rather advance your knowledge in the arts, visit the Boise Art Museum to see impressive exhibits from all over the world. On the other hand, if you want to experience how art influences the very streets of Boise, you can visit Boise’s Freak Alley -- an alleyway that showcases professional artists from around the Northwest.
There is a wide selection of businesses in Boise, including department stores, clothing boutiques, and jewelry shops. Broadening the Treasure Valley’s shopping experience since 1988, the Boise Towne Square mall is not only the biggest mall in Boise, but the biggest one in the state, and includes all varieties of stores inside.
For those who love the outdoors, the Boise area could be perfect for you. The options are almost limitless! Lucky Peak State Park is the perfect place for boating, with a reservoir full of crystal clear water. Whether you prefer wakeboarding, skiing, surfing, or tubing, Lucky Peak is a great place to visit during a hot summer day.
Camping in and around the Boise area is a fun, exciting time. Whether you’d prefer to rough it or enjoy the comfort of an RV, there is the perfect campsite to be found here. The Boise National Forest is an excellent location for camping, with over 50 different campsites throughout. Or, go further in the mountains for other campgrounds like the Sagehen Reservoir.
Do you appreciate winter sports? Boise is just seventeen miles away from the Bogus Basin Mountain Recreation Area, a renown ski and snowboard area for a winter retreat. The powder is deep and the cocoa is warm - what more could you ask for?
The Boise Greenbelt is a happy medium between the rugged outdoors and inner city convenience. This twenty-mile, paved pathway along the Boise river is a popular route for those in the Boise community to travel, whether on business or for a few moments of peace. Traveling on this pathway will take you through Boise’s parks and other areas.
You’re never lacking for something to do in Boise. Whether its a festival, performance, or block party, Boise is a vibrant community with lots of activities year round.
Boise’s Surrounding Cities
Though not Boise proper, there are other cities that are still considered part of the Boise community in the Boise Metropolitan area. These cities also provide viable real estate for rent or purchase as well as fun public venues, and all are within reasonable driving distance to Idaho’s capital city.
Meridian City is just to the west of Boise. It is, however, slightly smaller than Boise in population. Many people choose to live in Meridian to get away from the speed of a larger city, yet remain close enough to enjoy city benefits. Meridian is home to the The Village at Meridian, an outdoor shopping center designed after a European mall. This deluxe complex is an excellent place to shop as well as dine, catch a movie, or enjoy a concert.
Eagle, a former bedroom community to the northeast of Boise, has several new neighborhoods and homes with beautiful exteriors. A popular landmark, Eagle Island State Park, is located here and is a excellent place to spend the afternoon. Homes in this town are more widespread due to neighborhood landscaping.
Other cities in the Boise Metropolitan area include Kuna, Star, Middleton, and Caldwell. Whether you want a home in Boise or in one of the communities in the Boise Metropolitan area, start your search today! An Idaho home may be just what you need. While looking in Boise don't forget to check out what Eagle real estate has to offer.
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Listing information last updated on October 15th, 2021 at 1:46pm MDT.