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The Parade of Home Boise Idahoannually show casts benefits both the builder and those interested in purchasing a home. For a builder, it allows them to show off their new improvements. For the buyer, they get an idea of the housing market and what to look for in a high-quality home including the latest fashions and expectations in colors, flooring, and appliances.
In Boise, thereare two Parade of Homes a year, which last about three weeks. This includes the spring parade of homes, generally starting at the end of April, and a fall parade of homes, normally beginning of October. The association in charge of Boise’s parade of homes has a model of keeping the “Tradition of Building Excellence.” They have the responsibility of judging the homes, assigning awards, publicizing the event, interacting with realtors, and banquet communities.
The Parade of Homes in Boise started with humble beginnings in 1956, where ten modernistic homes were featured in the newest development at the time -- the Highlands. The homes were advertised with their architecture and floor plans in local magazines, and they were promoted as all-electric homes with built-ins. They included new modern amenities that had not been seen commonly before, including kitchens that were both compacted and color-coordinated. The Highlands played a significant role in further developing Boise’s North End in the growth after WWII.
Today, the BoiseHighlands have curved streets with rolled curbs and no sidewalks. It has some contractor-built homes and architect designs, and in the Upper Highlands, properties have beautiful view looking out from the homes.
The Parade ofHomes Boise Idaho has today is significantly larger than its humble beginnings. In 2014, there were forty homes displayed in the spring Parade. Some of the most prominent builders include: Biltmore, Brighton Homes, Coleman Homes, Hubble Homes, Northern Construction, Paradigm Construction Company, Shadow Mountain Homes, Solitude Homes, Stacy Construction Inc., Syringa Construction, and Ted Mason.
Neighborhoods areproud to show off some of the new homes they have to offer. With dozens of subdivisions in Boise and surrounding areas that were in the Parade of Homes, the Boise Metropolitan area shows off its growing community.
Avimor is aresidential subdivision in the Boise Foothills, West of Downtown Boise and about 8 miles north of Eagle, Idaho. Because of its location, residents of Avimor enjoy 23,000 acres in their back yard with access to trails for hiking, biking, horseback riding, and more.
Along with theoutdoor conveniences, Avior has a new community center with modern amenities including a heated swimming pool, an exercise room, a library annex, expandable meeting rooms, Caterer’s Staging Kitchen, and patio and picnic areas. Avimor is almost a small town rather than just a neighborhood, which is one of the values of this subdivision. Residents here have a chance for quality time and a healthy, active lifestyle.
Types of Floor Plans
Besides the strategic location in a secluded area, Avior boasts of its high quality homes. There are four main types of floor plans:
Estates Series haveproperties with ¼ of an acre or more, with homes that are from 2,075 to 3,700 square feet. These larger lots feature one or two level homes with a large garage capacity.
The HomesteadSeries homes will have approximately 1/4th an acre and a structure of 1,724 to 2,719 square feet. The lots come in a variety of styles and sizes, but many of them will be right next to open spaces and trails within walking distance. Homes from the Homestead Series will have flexible house plans.
Foothill Seriesproperties have lots of about ⅙ to ¼ an acre with a 2,217 to 2,884 square feet sized home. Features on this section of homes include walk-out basements, panoramic views, and perhaps a view on the hillside, overlooking the community.
A Courtyard Series homes will offer approximately ⅛ an acre for a lot size and a structure that is 1,028 to 1,900 square feet. This requires a low-maintenance lifestyle, perfect for those who travel. Furthermore, Courtyard Series homes are near the Village center, which is a convenient location. Homes in this style have fairly flexible floor plans.
Paramount Subdivisionis in Meridian, Idaho, off of Chinden and Linder, placing it next to Rocky Mountain High School. This makes it not too far away from the city for shopping or other needs.
Paramount iscomposed of variousresidential properties, retail, professional facilities, recreation, and educational buildings. Living in Paramount is not only diverse in the buildings present but also added landscaping including parks and open fields. Additional amenities consist of a pool and a community center. Or, for personal purposes, the Pavilion or rooms in the Community Center can be reserved.
Paramount strives to have an interacting community with not only a place to live but a place to be part of a community. Therefore, there are several ways to meet and interact with neighbors including planned neighborhood socials.
As aforementioned, homes in Paramount are quite diverse, with distinct sizes and styles. “The Builder Team” has 7 builders: Brighton Homes, Tahoe Homes, Hallmark Home, Alturas Homes, Scott Tutt Building Company, Peter Harris Construction Inc., and Todd Campbell Custom Homes.
Castlebury is in Eagle, Idaho, in the north side of Chinden Blvd. and Locust Grove. This places it close enough to the Boise River and foothills for a breathtaking view every morning. Also, it’s not too far from Banbury Golf Course. Several homes in Castlebury will come with a pool, a large lawn, and perhaps a trampoline or a playground.
Homes in Castlebury will be between 3,000 square feet and 8,000 square feet, with an average of 4,419 square feet. The amount of property attached to these homes will differ, but the average lot size is one acre. New homes are modeled after a European styled home, making the neighborhood have a noticeable architectural distinction. These homes are required to have builders make them with architecture controls to the highest specifications. This required quality makes the average price, as of June 2014, $676,117- with the lowest listing price $479,900 and the highest listing price $859,000. The average price for square foot is $155.
These are just a few of the subdivisions that had homes featured in Parade of Homes Boise Idaho. Look into these neighborhoods and more when you home search.
There are several areas in the valley that are expanding, and new construction opens up unique opportunities to customize your next home. That being said, sometimes it is nice to move into a home that is already built. There are plenty of newer homes in Eagle, Star, Nampa, Kuna, and some parts of Boise.
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Listing information last updated on April 27th, 2017 at 10:37am MDT.