Real Estate Nampa, Idaho
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Real Estate Nampa Idaho
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Real Estate Nampa Idaho
The real estate Nampa, Idaho has adds to the growing community in the Canyon County. Investing in the real estate in Nampa, Idaho is more affordable than surrounding areas, including the nearby capital of Idaho, Boise. The average price of a home in Nampa is not static, due of course to the listings that are added to and removed from Idaho’s Multiple Listing Service. However, home prices will fall between below $100k to over $700k. To find the current average of real estate Nampa, Idaho, highest and lowest prices, and total number of listings, visit Nampa’s community page that can be found by clicking on the tab at the top of this web page labeled COMMUNITIES.
Nampa is the second largest city in Idaho with a population of 81,555, according to the 2010 census. This population is spread out with a population density of about 4,108 people per square mile. But the Nampa community is much larger. Located only 20 miles west of Boise, Idaho, Nampa is part of the Boise Metropolitan area which has a population over 615,000.
COMMUNITY AND ECONOMY
Nampa has a growing economy with history in agriculture. Nampa has a strong agricultural community with a focus on corn. In fact, Nampa produces most of the sweet corn seed in the world. Another thriving agricultural produce is grapes. There are vineyards in Nampa that produce grapes for some of the many wineries in Idaho.
As well as a strong agricultural community, Nampa is a great place to start a business. There are growing and successful businesses in Nampa. The Nampa school district has the most employers with a school district with 16 elementary schools, 4 middle, schools, and 4 high schools. For higher level education, there are two colleges including College of Western Idaho and Northwest Nazarene University.
RECREATION IN NAMPA
There are many recreational activities to have a good time in Nampa, Idaho. One of the most popular things for an Idahoan is to get outdoors and enjoy nature. One way to do this in Nampa is to take a day on Lake Lowell, with boating and swimming options.
For a more domestic way to get outdoors, there are multiple golf courses in Nampa. Additionally, there are several parks around Nampa. One of the more popular parks is Liberty parks with soccer fields, basketball, sand volleyball area, and playground equipment.
For indoor sports, the Nampa Recreation Center with sports like an indoor track and a climbing wall. There are outdoor activities at this center as well, including a field area and a perimeter track.
Snake River Stampede
This popular rodeo started in 1911 as a simple harvest festival in the then small town of Nampa. Eventually the Snake River Stampede broke away from the harvest festival, becoming its own in 1937. To increase attendance, the rodeo became a night show. Today, the Snake River Stampede attract cowboys and Idahoans alike. As one of the largest rodeos in Idaho’s Northwest, professional competitors travel for this event. Now, the Snake River Stampede is on the top 10 list of professional rodeos in the United States, part of the Rodeo Cowboys Association. This annual event is endorsed fun and excitement.
CULTURE AND HISTORY OF NAMPA
Nampa began as a railroad town; in fact, it was one of the most important in the Treasure Valley. Unlike other railway towns in the Western frontier, Nampa planned its city so that the main roads ran perpendicular to the Northwest-Southeast railway, rather than going true North and South. In this way, railway accidents could be better avoided.
Over the years, as Nampa’s population grew, schools were built, a public library was instituted, and a hospital was established. Traditions slowly emerged to add to the culture including the Snake River Stampede Rodeo, starting in 1937, which is still a commemorated event each year.
Today, Nampa looks to the future but also remembers its past as well as the history of the country. One of its most well-known museums is the Warhawk Air Museum, which displays and explains artifacts of WWII veterans as well as exhibits on fighter airplanes and helicopters from that era. This museum includes several articles from the Space Race, as well. Nampa, Idaho has a great community and is a wonderful place to live with many potential real estate options. Search for your new home in the real estate Nampa, Idaho has today.
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Listing information last updated on January 31st, 2023 at 8:22pm MST.