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Homes for Sale Nampa Idaho
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Homes for Sale Nampa Idaho
Nampa Real Estate
With a population of over 80,000 people, according to the 2010 census, Nampa is an expanding city with frequent developments in the real estate market. The majority of this market has residential homes, known to be affordable with various home style options. The price range in Nampa is from under $100,000 to over $700,000. Within this price range, there is bound to be a home for you. Learn more exact numbers on the highest and lowest listing price as well as the average price by checking out Nampa’s current real estate on Nampa's community page.
New Nampa Neighborhoods
Nampa has newly developed neighborhoods to accommodate the growing population. To find the right neighborhood for you with homes for sale Nampa Idaho has to offer, learn about the details that make each neighborhood unique.
Brittania Heights subdivision is in the Northeast of Nampa, which makes it fitting for larger home sites. This location is also perfect for residents to take advantage of major employment and entertainment options. The landscaping and architecture of buildings in Brittania Heights imitates the Country Style, with optimal plans for open space in the design.
Located in South Nampa, Crystal Cove has new homes, where you can customize to your needs. Some floor plans within this subdivision are consciously made with larger floor plans but small enough to still be relatively affordable.
Heritage Point is located Northwest of downtown Nampa. Near the interstate, this neighborhood is more centrally located and not too far from city amenities, with shopping and entertainment. As Heritage Point is a new neighborhood, it has homes that are built up to today’s modern expectations with quality and advanced building techniques.
Hunter’s Point is in South Nampa, right next to premier golfing communities. With room to grow, some Hunter’s Point homes are built with large yard spaces, which is suiting for the countryside landscaping in surrounding areas. The community plans on building a clubhouse with modern amenities as well as outdoor space for activities.
Other neighborhoods in Nampa include Karcher Junction, Maddens, Fall River, and Trestlewood. However, there are numerous other subdivisions with homes for sale Nampa Idaho.
COMMUNITY AND HISTORY
The community of Nampa began in 1883 when the Oregon Short Line Railway traversed across the Oregon Territory, from Granger, Wyoming to Huntington, Oregon. This provided safer travel from more populated towns to the underpopulated Western Frontier. Nampa is one of the towns that was founded next to the railroad tracks, later becoming a destination for travelers. The city remained a simple railway town until there was promise of irrigation for homesteaders.
Nampa flourished when, in 1890, such a possibility was realized when the Phyllis Canal was established and brought water to Nampa and surrounding areas. The next year, the extension of the Ridenbaugh Canal was finished. After water was available, 150,000 to 300,000 acres of land were prime for agriculture, and Nampa quickly grew.
Nampa officially became a town with a municipal government in April 17, 1891. It is unsure how Nampa received its name but one speculation is that it comes from the Shoshoni Indian word “namb”, which means footprint. Interestingly, the only other town by this name is located not in the U.S. but rather, Canada.
Today, many Nampa residents hold on to its agricultural history, as acres of land are dedicated to farms. For instance, successful crops in Nampa include sweet corn seed and grapes. Most residents, however, live an urban lifestyle in Idaho’s second largest city. If you are looking for something closer to Oregon, but still in the Treasure Valley, check out the current list of homes in Caldwell.
One event that brings Nampa together is the Snake River Stampede which started in 1911 and has since became one of the largest professional rodeos in the United States. This multiple day event attract people from not only all around Idaho but all over America. Listed as one of the top ten national rodeos by the Rodeo Cowboys Association, thousands of people have enjoyed this event. To add to the excitement, every year there are auxiliary competitions to the rodeo, including a Miss Rodeo contest.
Available year round, the Nampa Recreation Center is open for fun activities for everyone. With 140,000 feet, this recreational establishment offers a range of sports such as volleyball, rock climbing, softball, and various water sports.
Other than these activities, Nampa has some excellent outdoor recreational sites. Lake Lowell, surrounded by the Deer Flat Wildlife Refuge, is a popular local lake which is visited by both guests to and residents of Nampa. At this lake, people will boat, water ski, wakeboard, wakesurf, or tube.
Some other favored areas to go outside and enjoy Idaho are Nampa’s great parks, like Liberty Park. This park has several amenities which include a playground, soccer fields, softball fields, outdoor basketball, and sand volley ball. For other sports, there is an open field of grass for the public to enjoy.
For a longer time outdoors with a more personal connection to nature, camping is only a few hours away. The closest locations for Nampa are RV resorts such as Ambassador RV Resort. For more rugged camping, the Boise National Forest is full of possibilities including Penn Basin Campground, Trout Creek Campground, and Amanita Campground.
Look into the homes for sale Nampa Idaho has on its market for affordable homes and an excellent community with strong ties to the outdoors.
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Listing information last updated on April 19th, 2021 at 10:00am MDT.