Nampa Idaho Real Estate... Browse by MLS Area 1270
Nampa, the third largest city in Idaho, is located 22 miles west of Boise. Interstate 84 which runs the southern end of Idaho passes right through Nampa, making it very accessible for travelers to Idaho and beyond. Nampa is growing fast - its population has increased 70% since 2000. As a vibrant, growing city, the Nampa Chamber of commerce works diligently with business owners and citizens to develop downtown and to provide a sense of community among its residents through events and celebrations.
Area 1270 NW Nampa Real Estate for Sale
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Area 1270 NW Nampa Real Estate for Sale
MLS Area 1270- NW Nampa Idaho Homes and Lifestyle
As far as real estate is concerned, This part of the city is just as diverse and extensive as the rest. You can’t go wrong looking for a home in Northwest Nampa. You can find homes on acreage and homes on small plots of land and with both few and many bedrooms.
Nampa is considered a bedroom community to Boise and as such it is an easy commute to things a big city has to offer that smaller communities don’t. But just because it is smaller than Boise, don’t think that you can’t get just about anything that you need right here in Nampa. Nampa has two major medical centers so you should rarely need to travel to have your medical needs met. Nampa has malls and shopping centers and many businesses call Nampa home. The Amalgamated Sugar Company is the second largest sugar beet processor in the United States. Its manufacturing and production plant is located in Nampa and is a landmark in the area with its tall white pipes rising above the skyline.
The snake River Stampede & Rodeo draws 60,000 people each year for its five-day event. Evolving from a small bucking horse event for locals in the early 1900’s, the Snake River Stampede has grown into a major sports event with professional bronc riding, barrel racing, kids mutton busting and everything else you would expect to see in a professional rodeo. The Warhawk Air Museum is definitely a must see on the top ten list of things to do and see in Nampa. Go and check out their amazing collection of warplanes. You can even schedule a ride in one! The museum is also available for rent for special occasions and events.
Those wishing to purchase property in Nampa will find reasonable prices and nice, comfortable neighborhoods. With 73% of the population owning their own home, the pride of ownership is evident in Nampa neighborhoods. In this MLS area, the median home price is $209,000 for a 3 bedroom 2 bath home. Whether you want to live in an established neighborhood or in a more rural setting, Nampa has a place for you. Nampa has a mixed workforce of blue collar and white collar workers. There are more people living in Nampa who work in computers and math than 95% of the places in the U.S. People looking for work in Nampa can find jobs in office and administrative support, retail, and food service for those who want to work in Nampa. However, some people find jobs more scarce in Nampa and many people commute to nearby Boise and Meridian for their jobs. Because housing tends to be cheaper in the Nampa area than in Boise or Meridian, and because the commute is not far, many people choose to live in Nampa and commute for work.
Idaho is such a beautiful state. With mountains, deserts, rivers, and lakes residents enjoy scenery not found anywhere else in the world. In Idaho, one can watch peregrine falcons at the World Center for Birds of Prey southwest of Boise and drive three hours north and go fishing in the rivers and lakes that dot the mountains of Valley County. Continuing north they will find the the country’s most inland seaport in Lewiston, the mining town of Kellogg and the resort town of Coeur d’Alene and the clear Coeur d’Alene lake. Or they can drive east to Hagerman and visit Thousand Springs State Park where they will see, in the spring, thousands of migrating birds of swarming the river on their ways back to their summer homes. On the furthest eastern border of Idaho, you will find the majestic Teton Mountains, their craggily, pointed peaks reaching high into the sky. With its diverse geography, Idaho attracts visitors from all over the world hoping to enjoy the outdoor life, recreate the visions before them in photography or paint, or just record the stunning view in their minds.
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 October 26th, 2021 at 12:18pm MDT.