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Why Buy west Boise real estate?

Read More....Book ended by The Village on the west side of west Boise and The Boise Towne Square Mall on the east side of west Boise. Zip into the downtown core in just a few minutes Many people living in west Boise enjoy a lifestyle in which they ride their bike's into downtown for dinner, a show or just to get some exercise. Why do people consider west Boise is a great place to buy Boise real estate? There must be 100 good reasons to call the west Boise area home, here are a few good ones. Lots of housing choices, the homes for sale in west Boise run width and breadth of age, condition, and stylistic differences. West Boise homes for sale offer great lifestyle advantages by being close to all the great shopping and lots of eateries, you can choose which school district you like best, West Ada or Boise. If great medical care is a must, West Boise is anchored at both ends by giant hospitals. Finally everything in the Treasure Valley is just a hop, skip and a jump away.

Like any large metro area Boise homes for sale are older near the core downtown and get newer the further you get from downtown Boise. Where is West Boise? It is debatable, depending on where you want to say the Bench ends and West Boise begins, for the sake of this discussion we will call it Cole road. Midcentury modern is the key word here. Homes as old as the 1950’s and 1960’s line the streets on the east side of close in west Boise. As you near the Eagle road corridor the homes just keep getting newer. There are new homes infilling and newer homes in developments along Eagle road like Hobble Creek and The Legends. In between you will find 1970’s and 1980’s construction dominates. Both small homes and large. There is something for every buyer. The large square footage of the Brady Bunch style homes to an affordably priced starter home that may need a little elbow grease and paint are all here if you want to buy Boise Real Estate. There are townhouse’s and condos too!
From Salt Lake to Portland there is one Mall, The Boise Towne Square Mall which anchors the east side of West Boise. This is the main shopping district in Boise. In addition to the mall, big box stores dominate the area. Cabela’s, Best Buy, Rei, and many more. The other area that provides a similar shopping experience is the newer and trendier concept shopping area located on the far west side of Boise. Called The Village, it is a mix of high end boutique shops, mixed with other retail, restaurants and entertainment. The Village has quickly become the hang out spot for young and old alike. A cool light show at the fountain on a warm summers night under the stars or an ice skating session while doing a little Christmas shopping are both options. Big Al’s has bowling, and arcade and a sports bar all under one roof. Dine on great sushi, or authentic New York styled pizza at Grimaldi’s. In the immediate area are all the conveniences of modern urban living. Boise’s oldest health food store recently opened a new shop off Eagle road “The Co-op”. They employ an awesome deli with a great wine selection to draw you in. You will find every eatery imaginable from bagels and doughnuts to steaks and bar-b-que. Go fishing and get your license at Sportsman’s Warehouse or swing into Bed, Bath and Beyond for some new linens or Office Depot for some new toner. It really does not matter what you need, if you can’t get it in west Boise you probably don’t need it.
Do you have a preference when it comes to which school your kids attend? Most of us do. One nice thing about west Boise is that half of the area is Boise school district and half is in the old Meridian school district, now called West Ada. I have heard a lot of pros and cons and if you have lived here for some period of time you probably already know which you prefer and why. But if you are new do your homework. I do not think there is a big difference, rather it is more important that the teacher you get and your child mesh. Hard to figure that one out ahead of time.
West Boise has the benefit of great medical care with the two major hospitals both having marque locations situated in or on the edge of west Boise. Saint Alphonsus off Curtis road, just east of the mall offers full service everything. From babies to heart, a world class emergency room and great staff and support. Unfortunately I know this first hand. Not to be outdone, St. Luke’s finished a giant facility on the freeway around where Boise and Meridian meet. It is shiny and new and with emergency, outpatient surgery and lots of doctors’ offices for follow ups etc. I think both these hospitals provide great care and the friendly doctors, nurses and support staff at both always make the pain or procedure a little more bearable.
West Boise is not really west when it comes to its physical relationship to the rest of the valley. It is really centrally located. From the eagle road on ramp it is 15 minutes to downtown Boise and 20 minutes to downtown Caldwell. You can be headed out Hwy 55 in either direction, or 84 in either direction in 30 minutes or less. West Boise is really close to Roaring Springs, the fair grounds and the semi pro baseball stadium. The green belt or downtown Boise are 5 to 10 minutes from most parts of west Boise. If your life style involves work or play in opposite ends of the valley, buy west Boise real estate and save yourself some time.

 

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Listing information last updated on November 18th, 2018 at 9:52pm MST.