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East Boise or northeast Boise, as it is called both has a great mix of homes for sale. In north east Boise choose from old Victorians along Warm Springs that ooze history or a foothills east home for sale in northeast Boise that is newer and loaded with modern amenities like master closets & baths. Plus the east Boise foothills view homes have garages too.garages! ...Read more 

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Read more....While the north end is larger than the Warm Springs Corridor, east Boise is the closest to the way it looked in the 1920’s to 1940’s when it was originally developed. Combine the quaint tree line streets and stately Warm Springs Boulevard with the ever present rows of old homes and you are drawn back to a time before air conditioning. Back to a time when the residents of north east Boise went to the Natatorium each night to cool off. Today a walk down Jefferson street only differs by the size of the trees and the age of the cars. So if you want to see what Boise was, this is the spot for you. No more crime, no more grime than you would have seen on December 5 1941. And probably less snow. As good as the north end is, the fact is , east Boise might be a better place to live. With all the same great quality access to the parks, greenbelt and downtown, east Boise is a great place to retire, raise a family, or camp out while attending Boise State University. The campus is just a short jaunt down Broadway. Take in the ever exciting Bronco football game. Make the University president Mr. Kustra gleeful, and attend a hoops game. The team has turned on the gas in the last few seasons under head coach Leon Rice and are filling up the stadium at a record pace. East Boiseans enjoy unfettered access to Boise’s best concert venue, Outlaw Field at the Old Idaho Penitentiary. Many saunter up to enjoy the Idaho Botanical Gardens on the adjacent hillsides. The Winter Garden Aglow light show each holiday season is an event that draws crowds from around the entire valley. And there is so much more close by. Ride the greenbelt to downtown Boise or Bown Crossing for a night out or a quick bite to eat. The Idaho Shakespeare Festival theater is also right up the path, arrive picnic basket in hand, or they will have one waiting, you decide. Hitting the links at Warm Springs Golf Course or the trails on the ridge to rivers trail system are super popular to boot. Climb Tablerock with the kids, or go on belay along the cliffs near Highway 21. Paddleboard, ski or cliff jump at Lucky Peak reservoir just 10 minutes away. I hear the fishing in this upper section of the river is pretty good too. Full moon, mouse pattern, giant wild brown trout. Man this east Boise thing sounds great. I am selling my acreage property in Eagle and moving to east Boise tomorrow! Think my Llama will like it?

East Boise has foothills too. Two of the three big 1970's developments in the foothills are located in east Boise. Foothills East and Warm Springs Mesa. As many home owners found out in the spring of 2016, it is a geologically active area. At the present time the homes along one street are in jeopardy of becoming uninhabitable because the whole hillside is floating towards the river. It seemed obvious that it was a time bomb ticking. The hillside that the homes on Warm Springs Mesa are sitting on is used as an example in the Idaho Roadside Geology book for a type of geologic action where the whole hillside is creeping towards the river. In my opinion, any building built up there after that fact was known should be the responsibility of the city. Any engineer or planner who did not speak up and allowed the approval of the building permits ought to lose his or her license. His man card or purse at the very least. They will not let me build within 15 feet of the edge of my property line, yet they let these developers put a subdivision on land that is escalating into the river. Brilliant. That said for those homes that are not sliding it is a great place to live! And for those that made the money selling those homes it was a great vacation all the way up to the point they were served notice to appear.

 

 
 

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Listing information last updated on November 18th, 2018 at 7:52pm MST.