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Just Blocks From Boise's River Park, Esther Simplot Park, Quinn's Pond, And More! Enjoy Low Maintenance Homeownership With Full Xeriscape Landscaping While Native Trees Provide Shade Around The Property. There Is A Balcony Off The Master, Which Features A H...
Thoughtfully Designed With A Luxurious Modern Flair And The Designer Finishes You Have Dreamt Of! Maintenance Free Living Minutes From Eagle Island State Park, Coffee Shops, And Downtown Eagle. Distinct Open Great Room And Kitchen Space Will Energize The Ch...
11' Ceilings, Wood Detail, Stunning Restored Hardwood Floors. One Of A Kind Home! Kitchen Has New Ceiling Height Cabinets, Stainless Appliances, And White Granite Countertops. Much More! Walk To Downtown, Camel's Back Park, And Hyde Park Area. Must See!
Great Place To Hang Your Spurs. 5.42 Irrigated Acres, Fenced For Horses. Nice Barn W/ 2 Stalls. You'll Love The Spacious House W/2 Bedrooms & 2 Baths. Could Be A 3rd Bedroom However No Closet. Recent Upgrades Include, New Septic System, All New Windows And ...
Spacious One Of A Kind Home In The Heart Of Downtown! Minutes From The Boise River, Greenbelt, And Whitewater Park, This Expansive Fully Updated Remodel Features Vaulted Ceilings, Custom Tile And Wood Flooring, Three -sided Fireplace, And Windows Throughout...
Great Location For This Home.the Development Is Newer, Home Located On A Cul-de-sac. Quick Access To The Elementary School. Fully Fenced Backyard. The Home Has A Tenant On A Month To Month At $1095.00. Need To Give Us 24 To 48 Hour Notice. Sick Child.
Sweet Little Rancher On The Se Bluff Sits In Quiet Breckenridge Sub - A Boise Community Perched On The Old Oregon Trail. Community Park & Tennis Courts Offer Rest, Relaxation & Recreation. Single-level, Open-living Concept W/ New Paint, Carpet, Furnace & Mo...
Come Home To This Stunning Single Level Monterey 2100 Located In The Coveted Crossfield Development In Meridian. Enjoy Tile Flooring, Granite Counters And A Wonderfully Open Floor Plan. Vaulted Ceilings And Beautiful Upgraded Cabinets Complete The Package. ...
Charming Home In The Highly Sought After Highlands Area Of Boise. Beautifully Maintained Single Level Property With New Roof 8/2016, 1/3 Acre Lot, Rv Parking And Shop With Electricity. Features Private Master Bedroom, Bath, Walk-in Closet And French Doors T...
There are many reasons to consider Idaho real estate. For one, Idaho homes are known for costing, on average, less than other homes in the country. At the end of the first week of July 2014, the average price for an Idaho home was $336,127; this is less expensive than the average home prices of nineteen other U.S. states!
However, the price tag isn’t the only attractive of the real estate ID has to offer. Idaho itself is sculpted from incredible outdoor spaces. Exploring Idaho is half the fun! No matter what your interests are, Idaho has the facilities to build both your body and your mind.
If you are a bird watcher, there are several species of birds that might attract your attention, including birds of prey. In fact, the World Center for Birds of Prey in southwestern Idaho is dedicated to raptor, eagles, hawks, and other hunting birds to protect them from harm. In this area, laws and regulations are in place to prevent guns from firing at these birds and other wildlife in the area. On the other hand, visiting the local mountains may show off some more-colorful plumage, such as the state bird, the Mountain Bluebird.
Bikers have over 200 miles of in-state trails to explore. Whether you are looking to travel from the Montana Border to the Washington border, or down the block, Idaho has a large biking community. One of the most popular paved trails in Idaho is the Boise Greenbelt, twenty miles along the Boise river, and it is very popular with bikers in the area.
For avid boaters who love water skiing, wakeboarding, wakesurfing, and the like, try some of Idaho’s lakes including Lucky Peak, Lake Coeur d’Alene, Black Canyon, and more. If you’d rather spend time on moving water, there are over 90,000 miles of waterway in Idaho. For those who want a challenge, Class V rapids can be found in the North Fork of the Payette river and some parts of the South Fork of the Snake River. If you would rather float leisurely along, try the Boise river or other sections of the Snake River.
The possibilities in Idaho’s outdoors are endless!
Luckily for Idaho,this state is not only filled with great outdoor areas. The cities and towns (some rural, some urban, and some in-between) scattered throughout Idaho’s landscape are excellent communities. Whether you are looking to live, work, or play, Idaho could be the right fit for anyone.
One of the most popular places to look for real estate in Idaho is the Boise Metropolitan area, which is also known as the Treasure Valley. This is the most populated area of the state. Look into the communities in the Boise Metropolitan area for your next home.
Boise is the largest city, as well as the capital of Idaho. For this reason, it is often considered to be the center of the Treasure Valley. People who live in Boise will often enjoy the metropolitan conveniences, like boutique shopping, fine dining, and large museums. However, the city life is not all that Boise has to offer. Boise maintains hundreds of acres of public park, including Julia Davis Park and Kathryn Albertson Park, which are great places to enjoy Idaho’s temperate climate.
Thanks to the close proximity between Meridian and Boise, attractions and parks are often shared between cities. The Meridian Village, for example, brings people from all over the area to enjoy a European-styled shopping center. Other popular things to do in Meridian include the Wahooz arcade and the Roaring Springs Waterpark.
Eagle, which is a former bedroom community to the northeast of Boise, and hosts both public parks like Eagle Island State Park and the Eagle Sports Complex, as well as high-quality homes surrounded by locally owned businesses.
Besides the Boise Metropolitan area, some other areas in Idaho with real estate for sale include Coeur d’Alene, Idaho Falls, and Twin Falls. Though not as populated as Boise, they still are a great place to live. For those who want a more secluded location, look into some of Idaho’s smaller towns such as Crouch or Fruitland.
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Listing information last updated on June 27th, 2017 at 9:07am MDT.