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There are many excellent homes for sale in Boise. Since being established in the 1860s, the city of Boise has been very popular to a wide variety of people. Boise was quickly populated by settlers looking to settle in the Idaho territory prior to achieving statehood in 1890. Today, Boise continues to provide homeowners with affordable, high-quality livability. If you are looking for a home that is for property by owner Boise may be the right place for you. There are over one thousand different homes for sale in the greater Boise area. For information on Boise home statistics, visit the Boise Community page.
Boise has a wide selectionof districts and neighborhoods, many of which with homes for sale by owner. We can help find the home with the right size and price - as well as location.
This section of Boise is a primarily commercial district and a very desirable area in the Valley. It’s easy to spend time in Boise’s tree-lined cities, where one can find both commercial and locally owned businesses - including outdoor cafes, clothing boutiques, and art galleries. Downtown Boise also hosts the oldest park in the city, Julia Davis Park, which is home to the Boise Rose Society and Garden, as well as four of Boise’s museums.
The North End of Boise is known as being a largely historical district, and many of Boise’s entries in the National Register of Historic Places can be found amongst its shaded, ornate examples of Queen Anne architecture. Though one of the oldest neighborhoods in Boise, the North End remains a popular area of the city, and small shopping areas like Hyde Park display the North End’s undeniable charm.
Homes in the Southeastern region of Boise are typically larger than those in the North End, as most were built with modern preferences for space in mind. Homes in this area are close to the Boise River as well as Lucky Peak Reservoir, a popular boating location for Boise residents.
Warm Springs Avenue
Warm Springs Avenue, which extends along the eastern end of Boise, winds through the lower Boise Foothills. Most homes in this area are known for being large, expensive properties, and some were historically owned by Boise’s most successful miners and businessmen. Homeowners who live in this area are near the Idaho Shakespeare Festival amphitheater, an acclaimed theater for summer performances by the ISF troupe.
The Boise Foothills
Most homes in the Boise Foothills are found to the north of the North End. These scenic foothills are known throughout the valley for their excellent hiking and biking trails. Residential areas in this part of Boise have excellent views of the rest of the valley, and homes here are known for their incredible curb appeal and architecture.
The City Boise
Idaho’s capital city Boise is the largest and most populated city in the Treasure Valley. Spread over 80 square miles, and home to over 205,000 people, many people in Boise have embraced the urban lifestyle. With shopping complexes like the Boise Towne Square mall and locally owned specialty stores throughout Boise’s tree-lined streets, Boise residents have access to a wide variety of goods and services. At the same time, however, this metropolis strives to maintain the small-town quality of life that can be found all throughout Idaho.
Despite being an urbanized city, Boise still retains its agricultural roots with local farmers markets every Saturday during the warmer months of the year. Here, local artisans and growers offer home-made or homegrown goods for sale, which provides an excellent way to get produce locally!
As city in the Southwestern region of Idaho, Boise citizens can experience all four seasons. During the winter, Idaho is one of the best states for skiing, snowboarding, and other cold-weather sports. Boise is known to get an average of about 21 inches of snow per year. In nearby mountains, resort areas like the Bogus Basin Mountain Recreation Area (only sixteen miles to the northeast of Boise) are often visited by local powder enthusiasts.
Summers in Idaho are great times to camp or hike in our many state and national parks, including Eagle Island State Park. When the temperature spikes, join hundreds of other Boise residents as they float down the Boise river between Barber Park and Kathryn Albertson Park. Or, fish alongside the banks of the Boise river to try and catch the elusive brown trout.
Boise residents can also enjoy visiting Boise’s public parks, museums, and libraries, as well as exploring nearby cities and towns like Meridian, Nampa, and Eagle for dining, entertainment, and work. Boise is also near many outdoor spaces ideal for camping, boating, hiking, and otherwise enjoying Idaho’s varied climate.
Come See What Boise Can Offer You
Are you looking forward to finding a home in Boise? There are hundreds of houses for sale. You can start your search for property by owner Boise has to offer. Whether you are looking for a home to enjoy Idaho’s beautiful climate, excellent recreational areas, or the diverse and vibrant culture, start searching today! With our highly advanced searching tool, you can find the right home to fit your needs.
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Listing information last updated on May 28th, 2017 at 12:37pm MDT.