Meridian Homes for Sale
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Meridian Homes For Sale
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Meridian Homes For Sale
Meridian Real Estate
Meridian homes come in sizes, shapes, and locations. There are hundreds of listings under Meridian real estate with a range of prices from under 200k to over 2 million.
Find a Meridian House
If you want to find houses for sale in Meridian, go no farther. Our advanced home search is designed to help you find a home efficiently and effectively. With hundreds of Meridian homes for sale, there should be something for you. Don’t feel overwhelmed with all of the options, however; our search can help you narrow down this comprehensive list according to your specifications.
There are several ways to search for your next property, such as the features and amenities you want present in your ideal new house, like pools or sheds. In order to fulfill your space requirements, houses can be sorted by their specific lot size, property type, square footage, number of bedrooms and bathrooms, or even garage capacity. You may also search by price. Home seekers are normally on a budget and therefore need to find something within their price range. Use this tool to select the minimum and maximum amount of money you are willing to spend for the house you are looking for.
Search by location as well: according to city, school boundaries, area, or zip code. Some areas will appeal to you more than others. Feel free to focus your search in one of these areas - after all, you will be living in the area surrounding your home as well, and you should feel comfortable there. An advanced way to search homes in a certain location is with our polygon search. On our provided map, simply draw the parameters around your desired area.
With about 12 square miles in the city limits, there is plenty of room for neighborhoods. Neighborhoods in Meridian are great places to live, where you can become familiar and attached to the city. Some subdivisions in Meridian include Chateau Meadows- a quiet neighborhood for those who like such an environment, Heritage Commons- an area that takes special pride in its landscaping, and Turtle Creek- which hosts fine instances of beautiful architecture. But of course these are only examples. There are many other neighborhoods to suit your desires, and all have their appeals.
History of Meridian
Before you move to Meridian, however, you should know a little about what makes it the beautiful city it is today.
The city of Meridian was established in 1891. As the name suggests, it was founded on the meridian of Boise. The town started as a small settlement and then quickly grew in 1902 when Meridian was incorporated into the Settlers’ Irrigation Ditch - this helped the agricultural people in the area prosper and contribute to the economy. The city continued to grow in population, as well as become a successful community. With only 2,803 people per square mile, in the 2010 census, Meridian still has plenty of room to continue to add more residents.
Recreation in Meridian
Many who live in Meridian enjoy being right next to the great outdoors. This close proximity allows for opportunities in hiking, camping, biking and fishing during the summer. In the winter, there are plenty of outdoor activities as well, such as cross-country skiing, ice skating and snowboarding. Bogus Basin is a popular ski resort in the winter months but it is also popular in the summer months due to its hiking and picnicking options.
Another pastime of residents in Meridian during the summer is boating. There are lakes close to Meridian for this purpose. Lakes like Lucky Peak, Cascade, and Bear Lake are perfect for a day on the water, complete with jet skiing, swimming, water skiing and knee boarding, just to name a few.
For longer trips, you can visit some of the National Parks in Idaho like Craters of the Moon or parts of Yellowstone. Other popular locations in Idaho you can visit when you live in Meridian are the Bruneau Sand dunes and Eagle State Park.
If you want to stay closer to home, there are plenty of things only a few minutes away from any Meridian home, such as visiting some of the parks in Meridian. Setters’ Park is a community favorite, as well as Storey Park and Tully.
If the outdoors isn't for you, you can still have fun. Visit one of the several movie theaters, water parks, arcades, bowling alleys, and entertainment centers in Meridian. One popular location is the Meridian Village, a fancy shopping center.
Meridian's Cultural Awareness
Meridian is a fun place to live, where there are substantial pastimes as well. Meridian has cultural availabilities to enrich the mind, body, and soul. One of these opportunities includes the Initial Point Gallery in Meridian’s own Town Hall. This gallery is free to the public and showcases artists from Idaho.
There are also performances for Meridian residents to see talented musicians from their community. The Meridian Symphony Orchestra provides excellent music for the city of Meridian and other nearby cities as well. Their performances include both traditional concert halls as well as open air parks like Julius M. Kleiner Memorial Park.
Meridian’s close proximity to Boise, the state capital, allows Meridian residents access to Boise’s own diverse cultural, business, and recreational opportunities.
By searching through the houses for sale in Meridian on this site’s Multiple Listing Service, potential house buyers are searching through a range of great possible homes to enjoy in the years to come. The quality of life in Meridian is an excellent indicator of the greatness Idaho has to offer. Feel free to ask any of our trained real estate professionals on this website, who are eager to help you find a property in Meridian.
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Listing information last updated on November 29th, 2020 at 9:00am MST.