1524 N Sea St., Middleton
MLS® # 98871949
Located in Canyon County, Middleton is a small town in the great Idaho landscape, and Middleton Idaho real estate promises the potential of a comfortable, small town life, whether you are looking for a larger place or to downsize into a smaller home. Begin your search for a Middleton home today...
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A branch of the Boise Metropolitan area, Middleton is connected to Boise by State Highway 44 and connects to Interstate 84 at exit 25. Middleton itself is only 5.71 square miles and has more than 200 homes available on this site; though, that number is subject to change with time. The average listing prices for Middleton Idaho was $254,623 as of May 21, 2014. These homes are very affordable, and Canyon County is known as being one of the most inexpensive areas in Idaho to invest in a new property.
In order to understand the community in Middleton today, it is important to first understand the history of how this small Idaho town came to be.
As one of the oldest settlements in the state and the oldest settlement in the Canyon County, Middleton has been an important part of Idaho for many years. Middleton began with a man by the name of William N. Montgomery, who parceled out the land in Middleton to different settlers in 1863. Together, these settlers started building the community from the ground up. They named it Middleton, due to its location, which was midway between Boise and an old ferry site on the Snake River.
The town started to grow, but in 1872 the nearby Boise River flooded and cut a new channel, isolating the town on an island. Because of this, the location of the town was moved after 1880. Middleton became a city in 1910 but it was not official to Idaho representatives until 1971 when a city certificate was issued.
Middleton experienced more challenges throughout the years, like the burning of it’s hotel in 1914, a bank robbery in 1926, and when the Middle High School burned to the ground in 2007. However, these challenges have only brought the community closer together. With a population of 5,524 and a population density of 976 inhabitants per square mile, investing in Middleton Idaho real estate means investing in a small town with interesting history.
As a growing community, Middleton has a public library where many residents of Middleton go to read and research. To accommodate these people, the Middleton Public Library now has wifi.
Additionally, the school district of Middleton is growing as well. Middleton, Idaho is part of the Middleton district with six unique schools: Purple Sage Elementary School, Middleton Heights Elementary School, Middleton Mill Creek Elementary School, Middleton Middle School, Middleton High School, and Atlas Transition School. Furthermore, Middleton has four private elementary schools, one private Middle school, and three private high schools.
Middleton Idaho real estate has many public parks available that people enjoy.
This neighborhood park is approximately 12 acres of beautiful grass for Middleton residents. It’s located on the eastern City boundary in Middleton Place Subdivision. This land and the irrigation system connected to it was donated to the community for everyone to enjoy. Middleton is working on making this park the best it can be. As of 2014, there are several amenities in the park including jogging track, playground equipment, horseshoe pits, drinking fountains, lighting, and bike racks, though there are other amenities that are scheduled to be completed.
Another park in Middleton is Roadside park. It is a charming creek bed park that is for the public’s benefit. Open to anyone, this lovely park has restrooms, picnic facilities, and the Sherman Tank display, which was donated to the City in 1968 by the U.S. Department of Army. Furthermore, this park has horseshoe pits, play equipment, and rather attractive landscaping. There is also the Trolley Station and the Middleton Civic Center for functions both public and private.
This beautiful park has plenty of picnic facilities with shelters. If you are interested in looking to visit this park, it is located on the southwest corner of State Highway 44 and South Middleton Road.
Middleton Idaho Real Estate is available to anyone who wishes to make a home in this beautiful area. If you want to buy into Middleton Idaho, simply use the advanced search tool on this website to help you find what you are looking for. To get to this innovative tool, go to the top of the page and click on the link “Property Search.” Then, simply scroll through and select any and all categories that apply to you.
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Listing information last updated on March 21st, 2023 at 12:22am MDT.