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Real Estate Boise Idaho

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Photo of Listing #98722276

2606 N Chitwood Way, Boise, ID - $299,900

Residential, Single Family
  • 4 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • 2,638 SQFT
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A Classic 1950's Brick Rancher, Well Maintained And In A Quiet Neighborhood. The Yard Is Amazing And Offers Wonderful Spaces For Entertaining. Beautiful Original Hardwood Floors. Formal Living Room, Huge Private Family Room And Seasonal Room (encl...

The Brokerage House
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5841 N Collister Dr, Boise, ID - $329,900

Residential, Single Family
  • 5 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1,950 SQFT
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Newly Remodeled With New Roof, Floor Coverings And Paint Both Outside And In. This Home Sits At The Entrance To The Pole Cat Gulch Trail Head. The Backyard Is Open To The Foothills With No Neighbors Between You And The Entire Ridge To Rivers Tra...

A.V. West
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5368 W Kootenai St., Boise, ID - $145,000

Residential, Townhouse
  • 2 Beds
  • 1 Baths
  • 872 SQFT
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If You're Looking For A Spacious, Affordable Townhome In A Stellar Location On The Boise Bench - This Is It! Close To Everything With Easy Access To Bsu And Downtown! Move-in Ready With A Huge Open Living Room/dining Space And The Refrigerator, Wa...

Silvercreek Realty Group
Photo of Listing #98722315

6906 W Parapet Ct., Boise, ID - $261,000

Residential, Single Family
  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1,286 SQFT
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This Beautifully Maintained Home Is Set On A Lot Surrounded By Lush, Mature Landscaping. Open, Vaulted Ceilings In The Entryway, Kitchen, And Master Bedroom Give An Open And Airy Feeling Throughout. Upgrades Include Laminate Wood Floors, New Carpe...

Eagle Creek Realty Group
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1209 N 22nd, Boise, ID - $525,000

Residential, Single Family
  • 3 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • 1,387 SQFT
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Wonderful Single Level North-end Bungalow! Charm Exudes Itself In Every Square Foot Of This Home! The Front Porch Welcomes You To Sit And Visit Awhile! Freshly Painted And Updated To Perfection. Granite And Stainless In Kitchen And Baths. Large D...

Windermere Real Estate Professionals
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3977 E Aspen Hill Ct, Boise, ID - $525,000

Residential, Single Family
  • 6 Beds
  • 4 Baths
  • 3,853 SQFT
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The Best Value In Se Boise, With The Lowest Pricing Per Square Foot In Desirable Barber Point. Incredible Proximity To Barber Park, Greenbelt & Nature Trails, Boise River For Fishing, And Moments To East Boise Favorites Including Harris Ranch And ...

Keller Williams Realty Boise

Top Ten Reasons Move to Boise, Idaho

10. The Near-by Cities

If you live in Boise, you live in a centralized location with access to many other excellent cities in the Treasure Valley. Some of the more popular cities near Boise are Eagle, Meridian, Nampa, Caldwell, Kuna, Middleton, and Star. Each of these communities have their own unique amenities and identities, which Boise is able to share and associate with. This creates a diverse community that makes the experience of living in Boise all the more interesting. 

9. The Culture

The real estate Boise Idaho has to offer is privy to many cultural opportunities in the area. Artists from all over the world come to Boise to display their work. The Boise Art Museum (BAM) is certified by the American Association of Museums, a high distinction shared by only 4% of other museums in the nation. The Boise Philharmonic is a nationally touring group that introduces Boise residents to great classical works in both an educational and recreational environment. Another Boise program is the Idaho Shakespeare Festival, a professional repertory theater that performs outdoor performances of noteworthy plays. 

8. The City Life

Boise is the largest city in Idaho, yet blends urbanized living with that of a small town. Diverse shops coupled with the commercial industries found in the Boise streets allow average Boise residents the option to experience assorted styles of shopping. This metropolitan attitude has supported Boise’s progression into the future quite effectively.

Real Estate Boise Idaho

7. The Different Styles of Homes

The diverse styles of Boise homes appeal to a wide range of people, and have since Boise was first built. Early residents of the city built homes that fit their personal preferences, especially in the economic boom of the 1920s. As the years have come to Boise, so too have a majority of architectural styles. Whether you're looking for a Victorian, bungalow, log cabin, stucco, or contemporary home, Boise is likely to have it and a dozen more. If not, there is plenty of room in Boise to find a picturesque location for a new home. New housing developments are available and looking for new home residents to build positive communities. 

6. The Affordability

A fantastic benefit for Boise Idaho residents is how inexpensive it is to live here compared to the rest of the nation. Boise was ranked as 34th out of the 100 most affordable cities to live in the United States. Furthermore, the cost of living is seven percent less than the national average as well. Moving to Boise gives you the quality and quantity that you are looking for, while paying a lot less.

5. The Nature

Boise has a large portfolio of recreational activities, thanks to its proximity to natural wilderness. It seems that no matter the sport, Boise residents do it and do it often. By living in Boise, you are close to the foothills which have great places to hike, like Table Rock or Camel Back park. Furthermore, Boise is close enough to some of the state’s mountains that trips, whether a weekend of camping or afternoon of fishing, are completely feasible for many who live in the city. Some favorite places to camp near Boise are Sagehen Reservoir, Cascade, or Lake Walcott State park. You are never too far from enjoying time in nature when you live in Boise.

4. The People

People in Boise have shown a strong awareness of the others in their community. This can be seen by the way amount of charitable organizations in the city, as well community service events to help people in need. This includes the Color Run, a local fun run of massively colorful proportions, which shines light on important local charities. Boise is also noted as being one of the secure communities to live, ranking number #7 of the 20 most safest cities in the United States.

3. The Exercise

There are many places to exercise in Boise, both indoors and outdoors. One of the most popular places for outdoor exercise is the Boise Green Belt. The Green Belt is a paved trail that runs alongside the Boise River. The path itself ties together most of Boise’s riverside parks, and is lush with plants and wildlife. Underneath the Greenbelt’s mature tree cover, residents of Boise take advantage of the path by going for jogs, bike rides, or casual strolls as they take in the full beauty of nature around them. If you would rather exercise indoors, there are workout centers that have a wide selection of equipment for use.

2. The Community

Real estate Boise Idaho is further propagated by the many different social communities available for residents to be a part of. No matter what your interests are, there is a community in Boise that will help you feel welcome to the area. Sports teams, art clubs, book clubs, and musical groups are all found within Boise that help form Boise’s unique cultural identity. You yourself can be a part of that.

1. Boise is in Idaho

Idaho is one of the most ideal places in the United States to live, based on national statistics. At one of the top 10 least populated cities in the United States, Idaho has plenty of room for those who want to explore new housing options. Furthermore, over half of the state’s land has been delegated to national and state parks that allow for an enriching ecological and historical education. For those who want to experience Idaho’s splendor, Boise’s central location makes it one of the best places to be.

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Listing information last updated on March 19th, 2019 at 7:22pm MDT.

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