Kuna Idaho Real Estate... Browse by MLS Area 1100
Kuna, Idaho is a beautiful secret to those who are either unfamiliar with the Treasure Valley or completely brand new to it. It isn’t super well known at first because it’s tucked a little farther away than some of the larger cities, such as Boise, Meridian, Nampa, and Caldwell. However, Kuna has so much to offer, and prices for services and homes is remarkable in this area. Before diving into the real estate of Kuna, Idaho, familiarize yourself with what there is going on in Kuna to experience and see in this city.
Area 1100 Kuna Real Estate for Sale
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Area 1100 Kuna Real Estate for Sale
MLS Area 1100- Kuna Idaho Homes and Lifestyle
First off, let’s start with food (that’s always a great place to start--food is a great way to experience an area); there are plenty of places to eat in Kuna. If you like Mexican food, Kuna is a great spot for you! With restaurants like Enrique’s Mexican Restaurant and Fiesta Guadalajara, the Mexican dining experience in the area is on point. There are also other unique, diverse restaurants as well, such as Lima Limon Peruvian. As for pizza, Kuna’s got you covered there too with the Firehouse Pizzeria and Grill and Idaho Pizza Company.
With places to eat, there are places to play. Some of the more popular attractions in Kuna are the Falcon Crest Golf Club and Dedication Pointe. With amazing views and tons of acreage, it’s no wonder that the most popular attractions in this city have to do with scenic views and the great outdoors. Dedication Point is a particular Idaho favorite in Kuna; it’s a place where people can gather for outdoor activities such as horseback riding, walking, or even just driving to look at the majestic views that make up the scenic nature spot. There are also clubs and bars for the partygoers out there who want to let loose and have a good time.
As for the real estate for sale in Kuna, there are great prices on homes in this Idaho city. The average house in Kuna, Idaho has three to four bedrooms and two to three bathrooms. Each home typically features a garage and driveway, and the neighborhoods feature amenities such as walking paths on paved sidewalks and nearby, as well as parks, views, schools nearby, and more. The mortgages on each home are quite affordable and a steal for the Treasure Valley.
One of the perks of living in Kuna is that bigger, busier cities are nearby, so if you get a job in a city with more businesses and people, it’s not too long of a commute, and you will be saving a ton on living costs to make up for it! You will also be able to enjoy the local movie theaters, museums, and attractions that are in the nearby cities of Boise, Meridian, Nampa, Eagle, Caldwell, and others. In Kuna itself though, there are salons, stores, a pioneer cemetery, parks, a visitor center, and a performing arts center.
A unique place to visit in Kuna is the Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation Area. Here, visitors can see raptors--more than twenty species of them--as well as, and including, seasonal and year-round birds. Also, during certain times of the year, there are extra perks for the visitors. For instance, in May there are chick feedings as the cute new baby birds are hatching, and Eagle flight displays can be seen in March. Also, in June, there is a fledgling of the young as well. The best time of the year to see these birds of prey are between March and June of each year, as the birds migrate throughout the year.
In Kuna, there is also a Historic Byway, a historic trail called the Silver Trail, and Swan Falls Dam. Experience the history behind these places in Kuna, Idaho. In particular, the Silver Trail holds rich history for the state of Idaho, as it was the trail that connecting Silver City to Idaho City through the new city of Boise back in the 1800s. The people of Kuna are currently working on getting the trail to coincide with an extended Greenbelt with strategically placed kiosks throughout the length of the trail. Experience this trail and the beautifully planted native plants being placed for travelers’ benefits while visiting and experiencing the Silver Trail in Kuna.
It’s easy to stick with some of the more well-known cities of Western Idaho, but as you can see from the above list of activities and perks of Kuna, there are tons to do in the more rural cities of the area as well. If you are interested in checking out some of what Kuna has to offer, go to the city and experience the fun activities for yourself. As for homes and real estate, if you are interested in looking at a home in this city, contact a real estate agent in Idaho today and find what home best fits your fancy. With so many great options, you are sure to find your dream home in this snug city right outside Ada County.
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Listing information last updated on August 3rd, 2021 at 2:15pm MDT.