Boise Idaho Real Estate... Browse by MLS Area 800
Boise is the capitol of Idaho, and this beautiful city has grown and developed in recent years to be quite a gem in the Gem State. NW Boise growing also, as population fills in the area between downtown and the city of Eagle. The main thoroughfare thru this area of town is Hwy 44/State Street which takes you from Eagle and points west thru downtown Boise. From 36th St. west along State Street you will find homes that have been in the area for many years with established neighborhoods, and grown trees that shade the streets and add a sense of history to the area.
Area 800 NW Boise Real Estate for Sale
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Area 800 NW Boise Real Estate for Sale
MLS Area 800- NW Boise Idaho Homes and Lifestyle
You will find newer neighborhoods with the average homes for sale being built in 2000 or later. You will find older stores that have been staples in neighborhoods for years and you will also find a vibrant and growing section around Glenwood with new shopping centers and businesses and restaurants. As the residential areas spread, so do the amenities that support the needs of the population in those areas. This area is home to many new single family dwellings as well as many new apartment complexes.
Located at 6515 W. State Street is the historic Plantation Country Club. This friendly, full service private club offers an outstanding golf course, as well as tennis and swimming amenities. With golf and social events planned throughout the year, members enjoy time with friends and families as they form memories that will last a lifetime.
Traveling just a short distance west on State Street, hungry tummies will find Merritt’s Country Cafe. Family owned for three generations, Merritt’s has been known to residents of this area as the home of the big scones. People who went to this small cafe their whole lives now take their friends and family to enjoy the same delicious food. You will never leave hungry if you stop at Merritts. Pierce Park is a neighborhood area that has been around for more than 40 years. With old growth trees and homes that were built in a time when individuality was prized, this area has the feeling of permanence. There are, however, new homes being built in this area also, with some homes being fed water from artesian wells.
Toward the north and running parallel to State Street is Hill Road, which runs from east to west along the base of the foothills. This area is very popular for building new homes as the views from these properties can be spectacular, and tucked away in a little valley called Dry Creek is a rural community called Hidden Springs. This charming community was built in the tradition of Idaho’s small towns. Using eight basic principles, (Rural character and farming traditions, Small town lifestyle, Traditional homes, Quality of life and healthy living, Education, Diversity and Value, and values), the founders of Hidden Springs created a wonderful neighborhood which received the prestigious Best Smart Growth Award from the National Association of Builders.
Another village community being built as a lifestyle community is Avimor, located 8 miles north of Eagle on hwy 55. With direct access to miles of trails, this Boise Foothills community boasts a community center with patio and picnic areas, a heated swimming pool, and exercise room, a kitchen where caterers can stage for meetings or other events and a library annex. This beautiful building makes it possible for residents to stay in their community instead of traveling to Boise or Eagle for their events. To foster a sense of community, Avimor has developed a main street that is host to holiday festivals, sporting events, and concerts.
Off North Horseshoe Bend Road, in the Boise Foothills, you will find two cemeteries- the Idaho State Veterans Cemetery and the Dry Creek Cemetery. Located next to each other on a hill overlooking the valley, these two cemeteries provide a scenic resting place for veterans and private citizens and a soothing and beautiful spot for loved ones to visit. The Veterans Cemetery’s line of Stars and Stripes can be seen from miles away in the valley and serve to remind its citizens of the sacrifices made by our service people.
As one travels north on highway 55, farms and ranches are evidence of Idaho’s agricultural history. While neighborhoods of small lots creep outward, there are still many neighborhoods in this area with covenants of 5 acres or more per property. As these are not likely to change, we will probably enjoy the feel of the country, with its open grasslands, and pastures for horses, cows and other livestock for many years to come.
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 July 31st, 2021 at 9:15am MDT.