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Horse Lovers Paradise! Dramatic Views Of The Boise Range, Owyhees Go On Forever From This Impressive 10 Ac Property Above Star. 4400 Sq Ft Main House W/ 5 Beds,3 Baths, Gourmet Kitchen, 2 Bonus Rooms, Hardwood Floors, Vaulted Ceilings, Covered Decks Plus A ...
Alpine Floor Plan With Split Bedroom Design And Great Room Feel. Home Includes Hardboard Siding, 2 Car Garage, 10x10 Concrete Pad, Hers Rated, Smooth Top Electric Range, Microwave, D/w, Sun Valley Hand Textured Walls In Main Living Areas, Soft Close Drawers...
Great Star Location On A Culdesac. Fantastic Open Living, Dining And Kitchen Space. All Bedrooms Upstairs Along With Convenient Upstairs Laundry. Home Was Built With High Efficiency Building Codes. Front Load Washer And Dryer Included. Middleton Schools Okay!
The Belmont By Berkeley Building Co., A Stunning Single-level Design That Offers A Rare Opportunity For Dual Master Suites. Open Courtyard Entrance Defines A Grand Entry & Expansive Windows Look Out To A Covered Back Patio Offering Stunning Pond Views. Conn...
Wonderful Country Setting In The Heart Of Star Id. Come See This Well Maintained Home And Property To See What It Offers. On 1 Full Acre Of Ground, 20x22 Shop, Fully Fenced For Your Animals, Irrigation Rights And More. The Home Has Been Updated, Spacious Fl...
Star is a town in the Boise Metropolitan area, also known as the Treasure Valley, and is located to the Northwest of Meridian. According to the 2010 census, there was a population of 5,793 people in the area. Though lesser-populated than other cities in the area, Star retains a small-town atmosphere while being within convenient driving distance to Meridian (10 Miles) and Boise (17 miles).
There are over 150 Star ID real estate listings. This homes range in size, location, and price, and any number of them could be right for you. Home prices as of May 2014 have maintained a consistent average cost of $100 per square foot. This is lower than the average cost per square foot of the Western United States, $102.75, as well as that of the Northwestern United States, $111.10. When one considers that Star homes come in prices below one hundred thousand dollars to above a million, Eagle properties become even more appealing!
A majority of neighborhoods in Star ID real estate have been built with high expectations for quality landscaping and construction. As Star has continued to grow over the years, there have been an increase of excellent homes for sale and rent in the city’s many desirable locations.
New Home Neighborhoods
Colt Place is just out of the center of Star and just off of Floating Feather Road. Colt Place is the perfect location to enjoy local attractions like Eagle Island State Park, the Boise River, and the nearby foothills. This newer neighborhood has homes that were built with open floor plans to provide room for modern living.
Heron River is one mile East of the center of Star, ID., which places it along the Boise River, next to over 75 acres of permanently protected open space. This prime location makes for a gorgeous view, away from the clutter that is sometimes present in the city. Homesites in Heron River have 5,500 to 19,500 square feet. The fee for the Homeowners Association in this high-quality neighborhood is $1,100 a year, and includes access to the Club that has a swimming pool, play structure, and tennis courts.
Hillsdale Estates is right outside the city limits of Star with over 1,800 acres to the neighborhood. Properties in Hills Estates are larger, with one to two acre lots. Additionally adding to the desirability, this neighborhood is complete with amenities including a park and activity field, an equestrian center, public lands, community water system, trails, and a fishing pond.
Lakeshore Park canbe reached from State Street by going North on Star Road, West on Floating Feather, and then North on Watershed Avenue. Homesites in this neighborhood have 11,000 to 14,000 square feet. This neighborhood also includes a homeowners association fee, this one $50 a month, which provides residents with a community park, pool, and walking paths. Some homes in this neighborhood are more desirable because they are waterfront properties.
Yellowstone is inNortheast Star, which makes it conveniently located against the picturesque foothills. Homesites are between a third of an acre to a half an acre large, which allows great space for your new home. Yellowstone homes come in an array of different styles, including the American Traditional, European Cottage, Pacific Northwest, and Tuscan styles. To accent these varied styles, this neighborhood includes walking paths throughout, which add a cozy feeling to the landscaping.
Parks in Star
No matter what neighborhood you choose to live in, however, everyone can enjoy Star’s beautiful public parks. Westpoint part, for example, is a park with vibrant grassways and gently flowing water. With 2.4 acres, this park is a great place to spend the day. Picnic tables and benches are scattered across the park for all to use.
Slightly more developed than Westpoint is Blake park. This park has four acres with open fields, horseshoe pits, and playground equipment, including swings. These fun amenities makes Blake an excellent place to enjoy Idaho’s outdoors.
Finally, River Park is also a lovely park to visit. Having 4.78 acres, the park has plenty of room to jog or stroll down its nature trail. For a more relaxing day, you could sit by the river on one of the benches or fish in the passing water.
Star History and Community
Star is one of the oldest communities in the Treasure Valley. Founded originally as a landing stop, Star offered a landmark on Western trails. When an irrigation ditch was built between Middleton and Star, permanent residents started a farming community in this town still continued to be an essential part of the trail to Boise. A school house was later built with a star on it, becoming the official landmark for travelers and inspiring the name of the town.
The economy grew as Star became more popular, and in 1888, the first hotel was opened. Seven years later, Star expanded its city limits to a four mile radius. The community continued to grow but still maintained the small town charm it has today.
Star continues to have a strong connection to its surrounding communities. As part of the largest metropolitan area in Idaho, this town is not too distant from modern city amenities, but still far away enough to avoid the traffic and business of a larger cities. Only just a few miles Northwest of Boise, Star residents commute to the state’s capital for shopping, recreation, and entertainment possibilities. Look into Star real estate today. If you would like to be located closer to the capitol, check out real estate in Boise.
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Listing information last updated on April 27th, 2017 at 10:37am MDT.