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Enjoy Indoor & Outdoor Living W/fabulous Fully-fenced Patio & Zero-maint Landscape! Quality-built, Like-new Home In Fantastic Se Boise Harris Ranch On The Greenbelt. Lots Of Windows Throughout. Comfortable, Open Concept; Main Level Living Area W/w...
Beautiful 3 Bedroom Home In Excellent Boise Bench Location, Features New Flooring, New Dual Pane Windows, New Central Heat & Air, Granite Counters, New Appliances, Built In Microwave, Large Windows, Lots Of Natural Light, Enclosed Patio, Corner Lo...
Highly Sought After Tianna Park Patio Home In The Heart Of Se Boise. Too Many Wonderful Things To Mention! This Home Features The Master Ensuite On The Main Floor, Built-in Shelving & A Beautiful Mantel Over The Gas Fireplace & French Doors In The...
Immaculate Waterfront Home In Riverside Village (wolfgram Subdivision!) Steps From Boise River And Greenbelt! Gorgeous Views To A Private Riparian Waterway. Walking Distance To The Clubhouse, Pool And Tennis Courts. Entertain Or Relax On A Peacefu...
Enjoy Quiet Living Directly Across From Shoshone City Park With Tennis Courts, Picnic Tables, And Playground! Convenient Location Close To Bsu, Shopping, Micron, Airport, I-84 And Downtown. Townhome Boasts New Carpet, New Hot Water Heater And Appl...
Welcome Home To Aspen Creek! This Desirable 55+ Manufactured Home Community Is Clean, Well Maintained & Includes An Outdoor Pool, Club House, On-site Rv Parking & On-site Manager. This Generous 2 Bedroom 2 Bath Home Has Newer Gas Furnace And Roof....
Immaculate 5 Bedroom, 3 Bath Home With Spacious Rooms Throughout. This Quality Built Home Features Living Room, Eating Area, Formal Dining, Family Room, & Recreation Room That Is Perfect For Entertaining. New Roof Installed In 2005, New Vinyl W...
Clean, Move In Ready Home Ready For New Owners. Spacious Bedrooms With Walk In Closets. Large Loft Upstairs That Works Perfectly As A Secondary Living Space. Private Backyard With No Rear Neighbors And A Garden Area.
Boise has always been a very popular city, where people could travel to purchase or build their ideal home. Because of this, houses in Boise Idaho come in many shapes and sizes. Before you decide to buy, maybe you’d like to know what kind of homes you can expect to find in Boise?
There are four main sections of Boise: the Boise Bench, The North End, West Boise and Downtown. These four parts of the city have very distinct features, benefits, and landmarks.
If you are looking for a more historical or late 1800’s style home, Downtown Boise and parts of the North End are the place to look. These Victorian, Neoclassical, and Colonial houses are beautiful relics of the past and make great dwellings as well. They will stand as a reminder for years to come of what life was like when Boise Idaho was founded, thanks to the City of Boise’s ordinances. The houses in the Historical District are protected by law ensuring that, though the interior may be remodeled, the historic image of the home must remain untainted.
Craftsman homes, on the other hand, are most often found in the West Boise area. Identified by its many suburban neighborhoods and spacious apartments, West Boise is the place for those that are looking for a calm and comfortable life. Other types of houses in the West Boise area include: Tudor, Cottage, and Ranch style homes.
It is all about style in the North End. The Boise North End is covered with, as stated above, historical houses, but it also has many Cottage, Victorian and Folk style homes. The lots are small, well kept and always look sharp; and the houses in the North End are held to the same amount of scrutiny. If you want a classy place to live, the North End is for you.
Cottage style houses, apartment complexes, and student dormitories are found in the Downtown area. Bustling with people going to work, school and play, Downtown Boise is great for the on-the-go type of person. There is much to be seen and done in downtown. If you are looking for a way to jump headfirst into the Boise culture then downtown is the place for you.
The Boise Bench is an assortment of all sorts of housing styles, even more so than the rest of the city. The Bench the middle portion of the city, and thus takes elements from all the other districts. The Boise Bench got it’s name because, at one point, a prehistoric river flowed through the Valley, forming three distinct shorelines in the soil. The Bench is about a sixty foot rise in elevation compared to Downtown and has the distinct look of a park bench.
Home prices in Boise can be right for anybody! There are homes at either end of the price spectrum, with some below $50,000 and some as expensive as $5,000,000. The median price for a home in Boise is usually calculated, however, to be between $150,000 and $230,000. Furthermore, due to Boise’s large area (approximately eighty square miles) and agricultural past, lots in the city are quite sizable. Lots are usually between a half an acre to a full acre, depending on how close you are to the downtown core. Homeowners have plenty of room to plant and play in their backyards. Sprinklers are usually fed by local irrigation which means the lawns are lush and green.
When it comes to the floors of your house in Boise Idaho, there are many different and exciting options. Most houses in Boise Idaho are carpeted, like usual. However, many new houses in the area are being built with hardwood floors and tile. This increasing trend has caused many different hardwood flooring installation companies. There is a high likelihood that you will be able to find hardwood and tiled floors, if you want them, for a competitive price.
Fireplaces and wood burning stoves are very popular in the Boise area. If your home does not come with one already, you can have one installed very easily and inexpensively. The winters in Boise are not absurdly cold, but they can get chilly, and the stove or fireplace is a great way to invite the warmth inside you home. However, if that is not your style, heating and cooling systems are in most houses regardless of their fireplace/stove status.
Basements in Boise are hit and miss. There are a large percentage of homes in the city that have basements and a large amount that don’t. Usually it will depend on the type of soil in your area, but can also be purely dependent on the builder. The basements in Boise Idaho homes are usually furnished and ready for use, no matter your desired purpose.
Urban vs. ruralis another decision that new homeowners must choose between when moving to Boise. Your house in Boise Idaho can be, easily either one. There are many different areas in Boise and, despite it’s urban feel, can quickly transform into a rural paradise.
These are many factors that can come into play when buying a house in Boise Idaho. No matter what type of person you are though, you can find the perfect Boise house.
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Listing information last updated on January 19th, 2019 at 7:22am MST.