Steins Addition is a neighborhood with history. Some of these cottage and ranch style homes were built in the 1950’s and some in the 1970’s. Many of them have been remodeled and fixed up, making them look and feel new and clean. Since they were all built in different years, and by different builders, the sizes and other similar statistics vary greatly.
Single Level Home On The Bench. Low Maintenance Brick & Vinyl Siding. Newer Furnace, A/c Unit, Water Heater. Vinyl Windows Throughout. Split Bedroom Floor Plan. East Facing Back Yard Has Deck, Mature Trees, Garden Space. Alley In Back Allows Poten...
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Steins Addition is built in the area of the city which is known as the Boise Bench and the bench is where all the action happens. True downtown has all the exciting shows and events of Boise, but the Bench’s dynamic mixture of residential and commercial sectors makes it not only busy, but popular as well. On the Boise Bench there are several movie theaters, bulk food stores and department stores.
When people think of the Northwest, they usually think of cities like Seattle or Portland, but not many think of Boise Idaho. Boise (and the Boise metro area) is the third largest metro area in the Northwest. Boise has roughly 200,000 people and is growing rapidly every year. There are many jobs and businesses in Boise and the surrounding area which has made it an increasingly popular place to live.
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Listing information last updated on April 6th, 2020 at 4:00pm MDT.