Running Springs Homes
Experience newer home living in a grand home of your own right here in Running Springs Subdivision. Find nothing short of excellence with the executive in town retreats ideally situated for irresistible relaxation. Lavish in the simple elegance of modern upgrades and find yourself snug as a bug in a Running Springs Subdivision home. Never flexible when it comes to quality, the homes of Running Springs Subdivision will undoubtedly impress.
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Running Springs Homes and Lifestyle
The Running Springs homes generally tend to run in the range of around 1,408 square feet, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and sit on 0.12-acre lot sizes. Located near the cross streets S. Five Mile Road and W Lake Hazel Road, this area is just far enough out to feel like an in-town retreat.
Find nearby things to do including the Lake Hazel Branch Library, Indian Lakes Golf Course, and Boise Ranch Golf Course. A little further out enjoy the Boise Aquatics Center, Zoo Boise, Julia Davis Park, health and wellness centers, Art Workshops, Rivers to Ridges, the Boise Foothills, Downtown Boise, Boise Contemporary Theater, the Idaho House, Bike Tours, the Arts & History Sesqui-Shop, the Trolley Tours, Room Escape Games, JUMP, Idaho Botanical Gardens, the Baque Museum & Cultural Center, Idaho Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial, and more as this is just a partial list.
The exceptional detailing in each of the homes here at Running Springs Subdivision is what sets these stunning properties apart from others. The Southwest Boise houses of Running Springs Subdivision boast wide-open spaces that leave your imagination open to a myriad of design options. When it comes to color palettes and deciding on paint, the Running Springs Subdivision takes decor to a whole new level. Discover a wide variety of exterior additions for that special touch to an already spectacular arrangement.
The luscious, well-manicured landscaping makes for excellent curb appeal when combined with the stunning homes of Running Springs Subdivision. Comfortably accommodate gatherings and company with spacious floor plans and inviting interior composition. Take delight in a world of open spaces and living in the delightful Running Springs Subdivision. Be sure to check out today’s Boise MLS Listings in Runnings Springs Subdivision.
The picturesque setting of Running Springs Subdivision mingled with the timeless elegance, creates the ambiance of an in-town retreat. Much attention to detail went into the construction of these comfy Houses for Sale in Boise ID. The ideal home for proximity to nearby schools, shopping, and the library. Need more opportunities to explore? Checkout the Morley Nelson Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation Center, which can be found approximately 10 miles from Boise.
Spend the day exploring local area things to do including hitting a couple of holes at Indian Lakes Golf Club as well as Boise Ranch Golf Course, find hours of outdoor enjoyment at Stewart Gulch Park, infinite hiking options in the hills of Boise's vast Ridge to Rivers System, participating in one of the many Flag Football Leagues, or enjoying a relaxing evening at one of the many area parks, enrolling in a Spring Break Youth Performing Arts Camp, getting involved in all ages Performing Art Classes, Safety, and even Survival Workshops, visiting the Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial, as well attending one of the biggest annual concerts of the year, TreeFort Music Fest. With area growth continuing steadily there are new locations popping up all over the valley that are waiting to be discovered.
The city of Boise boasts four delightful seasons making for excellent year-round adventures and outdoor enjoyment. The city of Boise generally boasts high temperatures of around 93 +/- degrees in the month of July and lows of around 22 +/- degrees in the month of January. Spring offers new beginnings and an overall revitalizing of area plant life and trees that have been dormant over the colder months. During this time of year, everything seemingly blooms to live with a vivid array of colors that leave many inspired to head outside. The welcoming warmer temperatures bring about a host of outdoor activity options. The warmer summer months bring about longer days and allot more daylight time ideal for enjoying all the perks that come with summer. The entire state bursts with beauty come the fall months as they have a way of transforming area tree life into masterpieces of colorful art displays.
Community and local events in the Boise area have been known to include the Downtown Father’s Day Car Show, Art in the Park, Boise Hawks Stadium games, Saturday Farmers Market, the Spirit of Boise Balloon Classic, First Thursdays, Great Garden Escape, Susan Koman Race for the Cure, Million Dollar Quartet, Boise State Football Home Games, Boise Latino Fest, Outlaw Field Concerts, Idaho Shakespeare Festival, Russian Food Festival, Sleepless in Stripes at the Old Idaho Penitentiary, Famous Idaho Potato Festival, Gene Harris Jazz Festival, Hyde Park Street Fair, Oktoberfest, Idaho’s Largest Garage Sale, Idaho Gives, Festival of Trees, the Basque Block San Inazio Festival, and Treefort Music Festival to get the list started. There is undoubtedly something to do and enjoy for everyone in the city of Boise.
Beyond weather and area events, there are abundant area things to do that don’t require as much planning. For instance, there is the Boise River Greenbelt that makes for a fun day of exploring or perhaps even the Ridge to Rivers trail system. Find countless parks, riverfront, bike paths, libraries, movie theaters, and Table Rock; a popular destination for hiking and enjoying sunsets. If indoors are preferred there are droves of museums in the area waiting to be inspected. There is the Boise Art Museum, Idaho State Museum, Basque Museum, and Cultural Center, Old Idaho State Penitentiary, Discovery Center of Idaho, Idaho Military Museum, Idaho Black History Museum, Idaho Museum of Mining and Geology, Children Museum of Idaho, and the Yanke Motor Museum.
When it’s time to get out and explore and enjoy the surrounding areas many Boise residents like to head over to the Boise Mountains. The Boise Mountains stretch into portions of the Boise National Forest as well as parts of the Sawtooth National Forest. There are a host of area trails, a ski resort, and popular sites like Stack Rock. Nature viewing and birding is also a popular activity while enjoying the Boise Mountains. Area wildlife sightings in the Boise National Forest might include mule deer, rocky mountain elk, moose, mountain lion, and black bear. Birding in the area might bring about the chance to come across mountain bluebirds, sandhill cranes, swainson’s hawk, cooper’s hawk, great horned owl, warblers and songbirds. The list doesn’t end there! There’s also the beaver, muskrat, and weasels that call the forest home. These are a few of the many various wildlife that may be found. Enjoy discovering all sorts of creatures, reptiles, and critters. A few Boise National Forest Designated Wildlife Sites include Bear Valley, Cascade Reservoir, Stolle Meadows, South Fork of the Boise River near Anderson Ranch Dam, and upriver, as well as a few watchable wildlife geocache sites if leaving home isn’t an option or doesn’t make sense weather-wise.
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