Nampa Subdivision

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In order to find the right Nampa Subdivision for you, it is important to look for neighborhoods that have a lot of real estate options, such as new neighborhoods, with diverse lot choices.

In the Nampa, south of route 26, there are many new neighborhoods. One such neighborhood is Hunter’s Point, located off of Midway Road and Iowa Avenue. Living in this neighborhood offers scenic views of the Owyhee Mountains as well as a close proximity to Lake Lowell. Hunter’s Point residents also have access to the rolling hills of the Hunter’s Point Golf Course. This golfing green has been recently modified for a higher quality golfing experience.

Real estate at Hunter’s Point includes many new homes and lots for custom homes. The lots will range in size from 0.1 to 0.4 acres, allowing for plenty of room for a spacious yard. Homes in this area can be expected to have modern floor plans, specifically designed to suit a countryside atmosphere and lifestyle.

Britannia Heights is a neighborhood located to the northeast of Route 26, off of Victory Road and South McDermott Road. Britannia Heights is not too far from Nampa’s neighboring city, Meridian. Meridian, which is the third most populated city in Idaho (coming in just behind Nampa at 75,789 people in the 2010 census), is one of the Treasure Valley’s most desirable cities. Meridian is the home of the largest waterpark in the Northwest, Roaring Springs Waterpark, as well as the high-end shopping center The Village at Meridian. Britannia Heights is within driving distance to many Meridian locations, as well as the Nampa venues like the Gateway Shopping Center.

Britannia Heights includes lots for both custom homes and new constructions. The layouts of homes in this area are generally quite spacious and are fine examples of a cozy, country life atmosphere.

Heritage Point, which can be found to the northwest of Route 26, is another new neighborhood with large homes of approximately eight thousand square feet. These properties have about three to five bedrooms, two to three bathrooms, and garage spaces with room for up to three cars. Besides the quality of the homes in this neighborhood, Heritage Point benefits from being only a few minutes from the interstate.

The Heart of the Treasure Valley

Positioned squarely in the center of the Treasure Valley, the city of Nampa is one of the fastest growing cities in the state. Nampa is, as of the 2010 census, the home to more than 80,000 people. People have flocked to Nampa due to its central location and prime real estate for sale, which have helped make the Treasure Valley home to nearly 40% of Idaho’s total population alone.

Without Nampa, much of the Treasure Valley would likely not be as developed as it is. When railways were first put through the Treasure Valley, Boise was skipped entirely. It was only through the development of the Phyllis and Ridenbaugh Canals that Nampa was incorporated and attracted thousands of residents into the Treasure Valley. By 1900, there were four railroads that passed through Nampa. The passenger station for these trains still stands today as the Canyon County Historical Society and Museum. This ornate Baroque facility preserves artifacts from throughout Idaho’s history.

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The Snake River Stampede, which is one of the top professional rodeos in the United States, has been hosted in Nampa since it began in 1937. This five day event is held every third week of July, and attracts tens of thousands of people every year. The Snake River Stampede is hosted at the Ford Idaho center, an entertainment complex that hosts many Idaho events such as concerts, festivals, sports games, etc..

To the west of Nampa is Lake Lowell, the largest lake in the Treasure Valley. This beautiful freshwater area is surrounded by the Deer Flat Wildlife Refuge, which is home to over 200 varieties of migratory birds. During mating season, the public does not have access -- in the summer months, however, Lake Lowell is one of the most popular boating locations in the valley. There are nature trails that run throughout the Wildlife Refuge, open year-round so people may enjoy this scenic natural area.

Nampa is only twenty miles away from Boise, Idaho’s capital city. That means it is simple for Nampa residents to enjoy both their own city as well as neighboring ones like Boise, Meridian, or Eagle. Go wild with the animals at the Zoo Boise, shop and dine at The Village at Meridian, or study the Space Race at the Warhawk Air Museum in Nampa. Living in the heart of the Treasure Valley means you’re on the pulse of everything to do here!

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