Houses for Sale in Idaho
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Houses for Sale in Idaho
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Houses for Sale in Idaho
Idaho has excellent communities with homes on the market. Some of these cities include Boise, Meridian, Nampa, and Caldwell. These and other cities in the Treasure Valley have excellent benefits to be a part of.
A dense metropolis, Boise is both Idaho's largest city and the state capital. Populated by over 205,000 people, Boise is a bustling city ideal for those who like urban areas. Downtown Boise is filled with stores, restaurants, museums, and culturally enhancing buildings. Yet, the city experience does not dampen the influence of outdoor activity so integral to Idaho residents. There are many places in and around Boise to spend time outdoors, including city parks like Julia Davis Park and Ann Morrison Park. Locals may also spend time hiking in the Boise Foothills. There is a great variety of housing styles in this city.
As a former bedroom town, Meridian has developed into a very popular city in the Treasure Valley. Only just west to Boise, the 75,092 people who call Meridian home make it the third most populated city in Idaho. Though not quite as urban as Boise, Meridian has a larger area that allows for more acreage properties than Boise. Furthermore, there are still great facilities for entertainment in Meridian. A high-class shopping center named The Village in Meridian has both stores, restaurants, and a cinema, and there are local arcades and water parks. Meridian, like Boise, is in close proximity to the mountains of the Treasure Valley, and a camping, hiking, or fishing trip is only a few hours travel away.
Nampa is one of the fastest growing towns in Idaho, and comes in as the second most populous city in the state at 81,557 people. Originally a train depot that became prime farming land, Nampa real estate today combines a farming community with urban development. Regardless of the age of the home or the style, however, Nampa has made a name for itself by having high-quality homes at impressively affordable prices. Those who enjoy a home in Nampa have access to great amenities, including Lake Lowell in the middle of the Deer Flat Wildlife Refuge and the Treasure Valley's first major mall, Karcher Mall. Or you could enjoy the Snake River Stampede, a nationally ranking rodeo show home to this city.
Caldwell is a historic community just twenty-two miles west of Boise. Populated by only 46,237 people, Caldwell may not be the largest community in Idaho, but it has become of the the most eclectic. It has one of one of the larger historical districts in the state, built since the city's creation in 1883, and is the home to the College of Idaho, a private four-year institution. In bringing together both the old and the new, Caldwell has created a diverse community with many things to do. Caldwell is a historically agricultural community, and continues to be one of the driving forces in Idaho’s output of grain. Locals still host the Canyon County Fair, a local tradition since 1887, which celebrates artisan and farming talents. Additionally, many people in Caldwell enjoy the outdoor experience of Idaho.
An extraordinarily popular city, Eagle is a beautiful community in the northern part of the Treasure Valley. Eagle is home to nearly 20,000 people, who live in a mostly suburban residential area with lots of home styles to choose from. There are many activities to enjoy in this city, including outdoor activities like fishing, hiking, and motocross racing at the Eagle Bike Park. Eagle Island State Park is a lush outdoor space for residents to enjoy. Eagle residents can also enjoy many small-town shops and restaurants, further improving the city.
Kuna is a rural community with a population of over fifteen-thousand people. Kuna has almost tripled in size since 2000 and continues to grow into a thriving city. Residents of Kuna love to get outdoors for fishing, hunting, and camping. Kuna has many homes with a lot of land, as well as smaller homes in local neighborhoods. There are many city parks in Kuna including, Bernie Fisher park which host the weekly farmers market in Kuna. Kuna has an agricultural community and the country lifestyle.
Middleton has a strong historical identity as a part of Idaho, though it is smaller compared to other cities in the Treasure Valley. As one of the oldest settlements in Idaho to still be an active today, Middleton enjoys a very localized feeling among its 5,524 residents. It is a great location to find houses for sale in Idaho, especially for those who want to live in a supportive community that balances tradition and progress.
Star, Idaho is also a smaller city, albeit slightly larger than Middleton with a population of 5,793. Star began as a stopping place for travelers as they traveled from town to town. A schoolhouse with a star became a local landmark, the name stuck and Star was shortly founded as an official town. Nowadays, Star is a very popular location in the Treasure Valley for its rural community that is only sixteen miles away from Boise. Star is an excellent city with homes for sale.
Once you find the Idaho community that would best suit you, look into the different styles, prices, and sizes of homes. If you don’t know what you want, simply browse through the Multiple Listing Service. If you have a specific home in mind, use the advanced search to find the houses for sale in Idaho that will suit you. There are many different ways to search for your home, including by zip code, by school boundaries, or even more specific, by subdivision.
With the advanced search option, you can search by property type, price range, and number of bedrooms and bathrooms. Also, if you want to find an Idaho house with specific property details like living space, lot size, year built, garage capacity, or number of levels, there is that option as well. Even better, if you are looking for specific property features such as a swimming pool, a water front home, fireplace, RV parking, or shop/ shed, you can select that option.
If, during any step of the home searching process you need any help whatsoever, contact one of the many experienced real estate agents on this site. They can help you with any step of the process whether you are just starting your home search, wanting to attend an open house, want a personal tour, or ready to place an offer on one of the houses for sale in Idaho.
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Listing information last updated on December 1st, 2020 at 10:15am MST.