There are a number of single-family homes for sale in Boise, Idaho, along with some townhomes and manufactured homes. There are also several condos in the area. Most homes listed are between 1,000 and 2,000 total square feet, although both larger and smaller homes are available. The majority of all residential structures in Boise were built after 1975, but if you’re looking for historic homes (1910-1930), there are plenty of them in Boise’s North End.
Boise is the largest city between Salt Lake City, Utah, and Portland, Oregon. It is the 3rd largest city in the Pacific Northwest, behind Seattle and Portland, with an estimated population of over 216,000. It has four distinct seasons, and the summers, though hot, are very dry due to the semi-arid continental climate. In addition to being the capital of Idaho, Boise strives to be the most livable city in the country. Livability.com ranks it number 9 in its list of Top 100 Best Places to Live, based on the wide range of services and activities available. The same website includes Boise on its list of Top 10 Cities for Kids. This city has something for everyone.
The Boise River Greenbelt, an extensive 25-mile network of trails along the Boise River, is a great place to bicycle, jog, walk or skate. There are plenty of opportunities to enjoy the great outdoors in Boise’s 4,300 acres of open space and 1,930 acres of public parks. Many people like to fish the Boise River, and at the Payette River, about an hour away, you can go white-water rafting. Bogus Basin ski area, just 20 miles outside of Boise, is a popular winter destination, along with four other ski resorts within about a two-hour drive. Golfers enjoy Boise’s 17 pristine golf courses. Boise is also a major destination for the arts, featuring several public art installations, the Boise Philharmonic, the Idaho Shakespeare Festival and the Boise Art Museum. There are a total of 17 educational attractions and museums in Boise, including the aquarium, zoo, botanical garden, Museum of Military History, Discovery Center and Basque Cultural Center. Browse through our listings today and find your new home in Boise.