Explore the beautiful neighborhood and communities in Boise, Idaho and beyond. See what homes are available in Emmett, Meridian, Eagle, Star, Nampa, and Caldwell.
Emmett, Idah is located in Gem County about half an hour drive from Boise with a population less than 10,000 people. Living in Emmett puts you closer to the outdoors, further from the traffic & busy city life located in Boise, delivering the best of small-town living with the luxuries available of a large city just a short drive away.
Eagle, Idaho is recognized as the higher end community in Boise Valley and the average home values prove it. Many have coined the term ‘rurban’ to describe the city but it is really a thriving business community, uncrowded and still a small town.
Not long ago, Eagle was a town that was centered around Old State Street and downtown Eagle, notably the Orville Jackson store. Today there is a thriving business district along the Boise River at Eagle Rd & State Street. Here you find a hospital, retail stores, restaurants, banking, corporate headquarters and even the Eagle Pavillion which hosts concerts in the summer.
Caldwell, Idaho is the first major city and western entrance to the magnificent and picturesque Treasure Valley and is located on the beautiful Boise River. A community full of friendly, sincere people is here to greet you and to help with all your travel needs. We can take care of your hotel and motel accommodations, your appetite with wonderful food from our local restaurants and your wish for adventure with our variety of recreation.
Caldwell is the home of two magnificent golf courses, along with greenbelts and walking paths for your recreational needs. There are many parks providing opportunities for swimming, softball, soccer, volleyball, and playground equipment for the children.
Meridian, Idaho has been the fastest growing city in Idaho since 1994, with the population tripling between 1990 and 2000, and more than doubling between 2000 and 2017. Meridian is a high-desert (elevation: 2,605 feet) suburb just west of Boise. The average high temperature is 64 degrees; the average low is 41 degrees. Average yearly rainfall is only 10 inches a year, and snowfall 12 inches. Air quality is good. The area has a high rank on the Milken Institute list of best cities for aging, although doctors per capita are below the national average. The economy is good.
Nampa, Idaho is part of the Boise Metropolitan area, also known as the “Boise Valley”. Nampa offers the finest in small-city hidden charm…with big-time fun, located just 20 miles from Boise, Idaho. The Boise Valley has it all…culture, recreational opportunities galore, friendly down-to-earth people, beautiful scenery, mild climate, good jobs, affordable cost of living, and a quality of life that can’t be beat.
The quality of life, low cost of doing business, an educated and motivated workforce, and the options for post-secondary educational institutions provide companies with a rich and healthy environment to do business. There is a mix of office, education, retail, manufacturing, healthcare, recreational technology, technology, government and professional communities.
Star, Idaho is a small town located about 20 miles west of Boise. The city has a reputation for its rural character and is community oriented with an active Parks and Recreation program. It is best known for Mule days in June but it is also has a reputation for being quieter and having a slower pace. The Boise River runs just south of town with foothills just to the north.