Crown Point Homes found in Eagle Idaho
Take a stroll along the cleanly-designed streets of Crown Point, noticing the three-car garages and the beautifully landscaped front yards with an abundance of trees. Take a peek inside one of the homes, and find an impressive columned entryway, granite countertops, double-sided gas fireplaces, and jetted tubs. Look around the back yard and see the large, covered back porch. Prices here tend to stay between $200K and $300K, though some may be up to $390K as of May 2012.
Crown Point Homes
Crown Point Homes
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These Eagle properties are usually between 2,000 and 3,000 square feet with three or four bedrooms, though they can be up to about 3,600 square feet with seven bedrooms. The plots, about a quarter of an acre each, are irrigated. Crown Point was built around the year 2000, so while the landscaping has had time to mature, it is new enough that the houses are still in great condition.
This Eagle neighborhood is surrounded in many other subdivisions. Though not far from Floating Feather Road, it is still tucked away inside the curving streets, cul-de-sacs, and dead-ends that protect it from excessive traffic. Seven Oaks Elementary, which offers a modified school calendar, and Eagle Hills Elementary, which has a traditional calendar, are both very close to Crown Point. Children also attend Eagle Middle and Eagle High School, though alternatives such as the Galileo Math and Science Magnet School and North Star Public Charter School are not far away. For more information, visit the Meridian School District's website.
Crown Point is only about a mile and a half away from downtown Eagle and all it offers, such as coffee houses, restaurants, boutiques, medical centers, public parks, and more. The Eagle Hills Golf Course is also close at hand, only about half a mile away. The city ends and the foothills begin about a half mile to the east, and there you can find hiking, biking, horseback riding, beautiful scenery, and more. The more densely-packed Eagle subdivisions give way to beautiful large properties and tracts of farmland about a quarter of a mile to the north, offering pretty drives and walks. Crown Point’s access to both the city’s excitement and resources and the foothills’ natural beauty and tranquility make it a wonderful place to live.