Zero Maintenance Makes For Easy Living. Tons Of Upgrades In This Awesome Townhome In Highly Desirable High Gate Subdivision In Meridian. Vaulted Ceilings With Sun Valley Hand Textured Walls. Wood Laminate Flooring In Kitchen, Tile Floors In Entry...
This Is A Great Home In A Wonderful Subdivision. Great Location! Split Bedroom Floor Plan With An Awesome Bonus Room Upstairs & All New Carpet. There Is Also A Nice Office That Could Be Converted To A Bedroom If You Desired. The Garage Is A 3 Car ...
This Immaculate Home Is The Portland, By Eaglewood Homes. This 2-story Home Is Charming! The Spacious Floor Plan Has Plenty Of Living Space, Including A Huge Kitchen With Lots Of Counter Space And Cabinetry. Upstairs You Will Find The Deluxe Maste...
A 5 Acre Eagle Foothills Estate Located On A Quiet Cul-de-sac. Enjoy Solitude And Privacy Within Minutes Of Downtown Eagle. Fenced With Two Pasture Areas, Barn, Shop, Stalls, Tack Room And Hay Storage. A Large North Facing Deck Leading From The Ki...
Don't Miss Your Chance To Own This Gorgeous Home Inside Of One Of The Treasure Valley's Most Desired Neighborhoods--featuring An Open Floor Plan With Granite Countertops And Hardwood Floors, This Home Offers The Best In Contemporary Style And Qual...
Your Search Is Over! This Quality-spacious Single Level Home Sits On A .3 Acre Lot With Countless Upgrades. Features Include A Split Bedroom Floor Plan, Hickory Cabinets, Vaulted Ceilings, Wood Wrapped Windows And Doors, Stunning Scratch-resistant...
Silvercreek Realty Group
9410 N Winterwood Ln, Garden City, ID - $1,399,000
Exquisite Home Poised On A Stunning .77 Acres W/a Tranquil Waterfront. In Gated Community, Between Eagle & Boise. Hidden Sanctuary Next To Boise River & Private Greenbelt Access. Entertainer's Dream Home W/a Grand Entrance, Great Flow, Intricate W...
First Time On The Market! Incredible Opportunity To Own This Single Level Home In A Dynamite Location. Situated On A Non-through Street With No Rear Neighbors. This Home Has Been Meticulously Maintained By It's Original Owners And Features A Newer...
Tucked In A Private Cul-de-sac Is This Beautiful Highlands Home That Has Been Meticulously Updated In Contemporary Finishes. Modern Design, This 5 Bed, 4 Bath, 4083 Sq Ft Home Sits On .23 Of An Acre W/ 3 Car Garage. Main Floor Includes Gourmet Kit...
A Quaint Cabin, Equipped W/a New Foundation & New Well, This Home Is Built To Last. Meticulously Maintained By The Same Family Since 1968, This Cottage Style Cabin Offers .8 Acres Across 3 Lots & Has Direct Lake Access Across West Mountain Rd. Eas...
Idaho realestate includes property of all varieties, like land, both residential and residential income homes, and commercial properties. There are many cities in Idaho with homes on the market that may be just what you are looking for. When considering whether or not to purchase Idaho realestate, try examining some of our excellent cities to see what kind of communities exist.
Prices in realestate will always fluctuate and Boise, Idaho is no different. Over the years, however, the median sales for homes has been less than the national average. There is an excellent amount of homes in Boise with various lot sizes, square footage and styles. Homes in Boise have ranged in price between below 100k to over 5 million.
Boise is extraordinarily affordable! Along with a lower-than-average median price for a house, the cost of living in Idaho is below the national norm. Boise is one of the most affordable cities in the United States to live in and was ranked 34 out of the 100 most affordable cities in the U.S. In Time magazine, Boise received first in “Solutions for America” as “Getting it Right.” Boise residents enjoy the conveniences of city life, like smaller specialty shops as well as large shopping centers and museums. Yet they can also get outside, visiting Boise’s many city parks including Ann Morison Park and Julia Davis Park. There are hiking trails nearby, including Table Rock and Camel’s Back Park, for those who want to explore a more rugged landscape. Alternatively, Boise residents can also enjoy a 20 mile biking/ walking trail along the Boise River called the Boise Greenbelt.
Meridian is the third largest city in Idaho. Only just west of Boise, Meridian experienced an increase in population by 81% from 2000 to 2014, and continues to grow. Meridian has excellent, high quality homes on the market for various prices -- though, admittedly, at a lower cost on average than most Boise homes.
Despite the large size of Meridian, the city strives to maintain a small town atmosphere. There are many local parks that attract residents year round, like Tully Park or Settlers Park. These areas often host fairs and festivals, including Meridian’s Dairy Days - a festival celebrating Meridian’s history as a traditional dairy town. The Village in Meridian is a delightfully charming shopping center that confers both luxury and easygoing shopping. Meridian, like so much of Idaho, is close to outdoor recreational activities like fishing, camping, and backpacking. It is an excellent home for a wide variety of people.
Eagle real estate properties, though not as numerous as Boise or Meridian homes, are known for their superior quality. Obviously, Eagle homes are likely to have a higher average price than those in other communities, but it is very possible to find a high quality home here for an affordable price.
Eagle is a mostly suburban area with a population density of only 688 per square mile. This allows for Eagle residents to have greater plot sizes with excellent landscaping. Furthermore, Eagle residents are exposed to fantastic outdoor sites, including Eagle Island State Park. This state park is enjoyed for its various activities including Frisbee golf, swimming area, fishing, and water slide. Furthermore, the Eagle Bike Park has great motocross biking tracks to enjoy. The Eagle Arts Commission, on the other hand, works hard to provide beautiful public works projects, such as the 2014 Sculpture Invitational, to promote the arts in the city.
Idaho is home to many who appreciate the value of enjoying nature. No matter where you live in Idaho, a camping trip is only a few hours away. Many Idaho residents will enjoy spending a weekend in the mountains and savor the seclusion away from a fast paced lifestyle. Popular places to camp in this state include Sagehen Reservoir, which has grounds like Hollywood Campground, East Side Campground, and Sagehen Campground. When camping, Idaho has spots for activities like hiking, swimming, four-wheeling, and fishing.
For just a day adventure, many Idahoans choose to take advantage of some of the 92,000 miles of waterways in Idaho. Popular rivers for river rafting include the Payette River and the Salmon River. For calmer rivers to fish, try the Boise River or the Snake River. In addition to the recreational opportunities, natural monuments are popular attractions including Craters of the Moon, Nez Perce National Historical Park, and the Deer Flat National Wildlife Refuge.
Idaho has a strong cultural identity a long with its connection to nature. The capital of Idaho, for example, is home to the Boise Philharmonic and other choral groups. Visual art is also abundant with art museums, public art, and precise landscaping. The Boise Art Museum, which was founded in 1937, has displayed both global and local artwork over the years, and currently displays twenty complete exhibits per year.
Look into Idaho realestate when you search for your new home. Between the many cities and opportunities available, potential homebuyers are sure to experience an excellent quality of life not found exactly the same anywhere else.
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Listing information last updated on September 21st, 2018 at 11:52am MDT.