4 Norwood Ct, Boise
MLS® # 98879896
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Boise was 34th of the 100 Most Affordable Cities to live in within the United states. Despite that the real estate and housing market is prone to change in any location, Boise has consistently maintained an affordable average price for its homes - $296,445 as of May 2014. Boise homes come in a wide range of prices. Properties on this site will range from under $100,000 to over $1,000,000.
Finding a home to match your budget is simple with our advanced search options. For this reason, you can search for homes in Boise according to your price range. Simply click on the minimum and maximum of the price of home that you are looking for. The price for houses for sale in Boise Idaho changes annually and is greatly influenced by the location of the home. Homes with larger acreage or ones that are close to Boise’s downtown generally have a more impressive price tag to reflect their benefits. You could also check out the latest Boise foreclosures.
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There are a number of ways you can search for a home by location. Besides selecting a community, you can modify your search by area and county, ZIP code, subdivision, and school boundaries. For best results, make sure you select to search Idaho only. For an alternative way to find a home, try our Map Search option. Here you can draw the area you’d prefer to live, with our Polygon Search, or find those within a preferred Radius to a certain area. Most likely, there will be a Boise house for sale in every neighborhood, so shopping by location is a good way to narrow down your options.
Boise, as the capital of Idaho, is the largest city in the state. Boise has a diverse and complex identity; though it began as a agricultural and mining community, it has grown into a bustling metropolis that values both tradition and innovation in its buildings, social standards, and lifestyle. Boise has many shopping, restaurants, and entertainment available to those who live in the area. This urban environment is excellent for those who want to live a more urban life.
Boise is an active, vibrant community, but that doesn’t mean that its residents can’t enjoy simple pleasures. Boise is only a few miles in any direction from incredible natural landscape that are ideal for camping, exploring, and sightseeing. However, the city itself maintains excellent city parks like Ann Morrison and Julia Davis Park, which have all sorts of things to do all around the clock and the year. Some Boisians might enjoy biking or walking along the Boise Greenbelt, a long and lush pathway alongside the Boise River.
For Boise’s adventurous population, not too far away from the city are the Boise Foothills, where you can take a hike on trails like Camel’s Back and Table Rock. Those who want to experience a weekend or longer trip could go camping in the many campsites around Boise. The opportunities are limitless.
There are many ways for Boise residents to enjoy worldly art, music, and theater, thanks to the efforts of Boise’s many artistic teams. These include the Boise Philharmonic Orchestra, the Idaho Shakespeare Festival, and the Boise Art Museum. The Boise Art Museum, in fact, is a nationally accredited facility with exhibits from all over the globe.
Boise actively supports the arts with the many public art displays - downtown Boise is tastefully decorated with whimsical and abstract street art. One of Boise’s alleyways, in fact, has been titled Freak Alley, for it’s fascinating displays of artwork that are professionally done every two years.
When looking for your new home take advantage of your resources by contacting one of the agents on this site to help you for any and every step of the process. These trained professionals are here for your benefit.
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Listing information last updated on June 6th, 2023 at 7:37pm MDT.