Idaho, especially Kuna, includes many wonderful places to live and work. Choosing the right place to settle, though, requires reliable useful information. Kuna, ID is located southwest of Boise, ID with easy access to the areas around it. Interstate 84 follows along the north end of the city, but is not close enough to interfere with local traffic.
Great Investment Property For Future Development. Seller Would Like An Option To Purchase With An Initial Option Fee And Annual Option Fee For A Period Of Years (negotiable On Years). Kuna Is Currently Making Plans For sewer To Expand Close To This Proper...
Former Tyson Slaughter Plant On 560 Acres With 3 - Pivots For Waste Water Land Application, Has A Commercial Water Permit, Has A Industrial Water Permit And An Irrigation Water Permit With Three Wells. Concrete Tilt Up Building Needs Lots Of Repair. Has R...
Potential Dairy Site, Seller Is In Permitting Process Now. Potentially 6,600 Head Cafo Permit. Has Idaho Dept. Of Ag Dairy Director Ok. County Has No Objections So Far. 3 Wells With Irrigation Water For 350 Acres Plus 1 Cfs Commercial Water For Dairy U...
Spectacular Opportunity For High End Residential Development With Unobstructed Views Of The Boise Front. Directly Above And Adjacent To Wild Meadows And Pioneer Estates Subdivision. The Rim Lots Would Be Highly Sought After. Development All Around With Util...
55.2 Acres Of Development Property Located Close To Kuna, Meridian, & Boise. Land Is In Kuna Impact Area, Zoned Rr & Can Be Split Into 5x 10 Minimum Acre Lots. Property Also Features A 24x30 Shop With An Additional 12x16 Work Room Inside The Shop, Out Buil...
Investment Opportunity Just 10 Minutes South Of Boise Or Ten Minutes West Of Interstate 84. Conveniently Located At The Intersection Of Kuna Mora And Pleasant Valley. Adjacent 60.3 Acres Also Available.
Canberra Estates Is Currently Zoned R-2 Which Allows For 2 Building Lots Per Acre. Annexation Into The City Of Kuna Was Completed In 2015, As Well As The R-2 Zoning, And Recording Of The Plat With Ada County. Neighboring Subdivision Developments Include S...
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83634- Kuna Idaho Homes and Lifestyle
Age of Homes Most of the houses in Kuna have been built since 1970 with the greatest construction boom being between 2000 and 2004. In 2009, there were approximately 600 houses at least forty years old. However, on average, most of Kuna real estate is under 15 years old.
Home Values The values in this area of Idaho real estate range from $10,000 up to over $1 million. The largest number of houses falls in the range of $100,000 to $124,000. The average house value for Kuna in 2009 was $150,582 which is only slightly below the overall Idaho average of $171,700 in the same year. These properties have some of the best value out of Idaho real estate. (Values estimated as of June 2011.)
Area Information This city, with a population of approximately 15,000, is considered one of the fastest growing areas in the state. Its population has more than doubled in the last decade and is still growing.
South of Kuna are the Kuna Caves which are open to the public. This single cave system is a lava flow cave from long ago volcanic activity in the area and is a fun and interesting place to visit.
North America's densest population of nesting raptors is located at the Morley Nelson Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation area.
Neighborhood Parks In the center of the city is the Colonel Bernard Fisher Veteran Memorial Park. This is a tribute to a Kuna resident who was awarded the Medal of Honor in January, 1967.
Those interested in history can go to the Pioneer Cemetery. These graves date back to the frontier days and are both interesting and educational.
Nearby Shopping Local shopping includes art galleries, specialty food stores, and a farmer's market. There's a wide variety of restaurants available that range from The Caffeine Connection, a locally owned specialty coffee shop, to the Firehouse Restaurant, featuring homemade breads, pies and cinnamon rolls. This city also includes over 61 home-based businesses that keep money local and the city financially healthy.
Kuna is full of things to do. It sports an active population who participate in boy scouts and gather at Indian Creek, an irrigation canal that runs through the city, for swimming and socializing. Kuna organizations range from the Kuna Book Club to the Kuna Trail Riders for ATV/UTV riders.
Kuna's nearness to Boise, ID gives it the advantages of a larger city while still preserving the community spirit of a smaller population.
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Contact The Hughes Real Estate Group for more information or to view Idaho homes: (208) 571-7145.
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Listing information last updated on February 25th, 2017 at 7:52pm MST.