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Newest Boise Properties On The Market

$440,000

11449 Powderhorn St

Boise

3 beds 2 baths 1,492 ft2
$449,900

5991 S Rising Sun Way

Boise

3 beds 2 baths 1,692 ft2
$649,900

3682 Parkcenter Blvd.

Boise

3 beds 2.5 baths 2,048 ft2
$429,900

2018 Eagleson Rd

Boise

3 beds 2 baths 1,144 ft2
$689,000

2591 S Perrault Way

Boise

3 beds 2.5 baths 1,790 ft2
$599,000

3615 Sweetwater Dr.

Boise

4 beds 2 baths 1,981 ft2
$439,900

8040 W Crestwood Dr.

Boise

4 beds 2 baths 1,966 ft2
$475,000

10575 K Bar T Dr

Boise

3 beds 2 baths 1,571 ft2
$454,990

7682 Itasco Dr.

Boise

3 beds 2 baths 1,408 ft2
$6,250,000

2657 Maple Grove Rd.

Boise

- beds - baths - ft2
$574,900

4400 Pasadena Dr

Boise

3 beds 2.5 baths 2,491 ft2
$475,000

4501 W Camas St

Boise

3 beds 2 baths 2,296 ft2
$469,500

2960 38th St

Boise

4 beds 1 baths 1,267 ft2
$592,000

9567 Hackamore

Boise

5 beds 3 baths 2,824 ft2
$499,900

5825 Galloway St

Boise

3 beds 2 baths 1,631 ft2
$1,050,000

3122 Hidden Springs Dr

Boise

5 beds 3.5 baths 3,810 ft2
$1,349,000

4330 Hillcrest Dr

Boise

3 beds 3 baths 4,435 ft2
$1,850,000

2011 Silvercreek Ln

Boise

3 beds 2.5 baths 3,276 ft2
$850,000

1500 Washington St

Boise

1 beds 1 baths - ft2
$1,450,000

2301 34th St

Boise

- beds - baths - ft2
$420,000

10675 Tahiti

Boise

3 beds 2 baths 1,680 ft2
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About Boise, Idaho

Boise, Idaho is where tranquility, wilderness, and adventure are only minutes from an energetic downtown with gourmet restaurants, funky local shops and craft breweries galore. It’s a place surrounded by rivers and foothills where trails start near your front door and live theater performances are an Uber ride away.

The city of Boise has the largest population in the state of Idaho and is also the state capital, yet with a population of just over 225,000, it still is a very welcoming community where people say hello and wave to each other on the streets.

Outdoor recreation is a way of life in Boise. The Boise foothills have over 140 miles of trails, literally out many residents back door, for mountain biking, trail running, and hiking. The Greenbelt offers 25 miles of paved and dirt trails along the Boise River to run, ride, or stroll and hundreds of spots along the way to fish or play in the river. During the summer, floating the Boise River is a must and with Bogus Basin just 20 miles up the mountain, skiing is a huge part of the Boise winter.

Yes, as much as outdoor recreation is a way of life in Boise, so is the arts and music scene. There are annual jazz and music festivals, Idaho Shakespeare Festival and many other theater performances throughout the year. Home to the largest Basque community in the United States, there is a huge Basque festival, Jaialdi, held every five years – the next one in 2020. There’s the Boise Philharmonic, Ballet Idaho, Performing Arts, and several museums. Yes, if the outdoors isn’t your cup of tea, you’ll find plenty of other ways to fill your event calendar in Boise.

Boise is the quintessential city in that it’s large enough to have everything you could want or need at your fingertips, yet small enough to still be friendly and easy to navigate. It’s no wonder it is one of the fastest growing cities in the nation.

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