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Boise is the cultural center of the city and home to more than 100 shops, 80 restaurants, and several microbreweries and nightlife venues. This vibrant, livable community is walkable and friendly.
Community events such as the Saturday Farmer’s Market, First Thursday, and Alive After Five Summer Concert Series bring large crowds to the area. The 8th Street Marketplace is a lively pedestrian zone lined with boutiques, local eateries, and bars. Other popular attractions include Julia Davis, Ann Morrison and Kathryn Albertson parks, the Idaho State Capitol, the historic Egyptian Theatre, the Boise Art Museum, and the Basque Block.
North East Boise
This is the part of Boise that locals show off to visiting friends and family. From the northeast corner of downtown and along Warm Springs Road sit grand historic mansions, the Old Idaho Penitentiary, Idaho Botanical Gardens, and the Warm Springs Mesa. This area is named for the natural hot springs that flow from Boise’s fault line, warming many of the homes. It is one of Boise’s oldest, most expensive and soughtafter neighborhoods, with direct access to downtown. As you make your way to Boise’s East End, you’ll discover newer communities like Harris Ranch in the highly soughtafter Barber Valley. This masterplanned community is amazing in growth, location, and stewardship. Once fully developed, Harris Ranch will include more than 2,800 homes with pedestrian access to trails, restaurants, shops and the Boise foothills
The Treasure Valley is home to several wonderful cities, but there is one that separates itself from all the others: Eagle, Idaho. Whereas most of the suburbs of Boise sit on the valley floor, Eagle is nestled up against the foothills. In some of the other cities, water play is confined to local parks and subdivisions, while Eagle has the Boise River running through it and a swimming beach at Eagle Island State Park. Residents also love the vibrant, quaint downtown; numerous community events; and neighborhood spirit. Eagle is clearly in a class by itself when it comes to recreation, character, and charm.
Ready for a slower pace? Enjoy the country lifestyle and peaceful setting in western Ada County. Only 25 minutes to Boise.
North West Boise
These Communities from Boise headed west are located along State Street and the north on Hwy 55 enjoy nearly immediate access to the Foothills and enjoy leisurely drives along Hill Rd.
South East Boise
Just away from downtown are some beautiful spaces along Federal Way, Broadway and out to Micron. Boise State University is also in this area.
South West Boise
While this area has had growth, there is not a lot of retail stores and other services in this part of town which means traffic is less congested.
Enjoy easy freeway access, plus all the services and shopping of this fast growing city. Meridian is also central to all of the Treasure Valley.
One of the more popular areas for new homes due to the location and home prices. It is also easy access to Eagle, Star and Nampa.
Located south of downtown Boise running along the bench, which is elevated approximately 80 feet above the valley floor.
Live in a place where everyone knows their neighbors first name and the entire town supports the high school football team. This is a small more agricultural based town that is friendly and growing.
Residents of south Nampa enjoy quality communities, open space and Lake Lowell with the Deer Flat National Wildlife Refuge.
Lake Lowell, Nampa
West of Nampa is more open spaces and peacefulness. Lake Lowell brings a sense of tranquility to the area as well as a wildlife sanctuary.
You'll enjoy quick trips to the Foothils and Boise River with plenty of shopping nearby from the Boise Townsquare Mall along Milwaukee to The Village at Meridian.
Kuna is the gateway to the Birds of Prey Sanctuary and Swan Falls along the Snake River. Enjoy open space and quiet, while only 12 minutes from the shopping and services.
The area from Garrity Blvd west and the north to the Canyon County line including Idaho Center and The College of Western Idaho.
South West Caldwell
25 minutes west of Boise are much less expensive homes. Find open space and enjoy life more in this slower pace town. Here in SW Caldwell, Lake Lowell is just down the street.
Follow Chinden Blvd west from I-184 between the Bench and Boise River, this is Garden City.