As Idaho's capital city, Boise typically gets all the headlines. But those who come to the area quickly discover the magic and appeal of the entire Treasure Valley. The Boise Highlands offers your family the opportunity to live in a home with plenty of room to roam outside or go for a hike along one of its many trails. Residents also enjoy close proximity to shops, restaurants, schools and parks.
The vast Hewlett Packard campus located a couple of miles away employs many of the residents, while easy access to the interstate allows for a quick commute to other areas. Nearby attractions such as the Boise Town Square Mall and other shopping options on Eagle Road add to the neighborhood's appeal.
This area features single-family homes that are perfect for growing families, many with the coveted mid-century modern style, as the area had more significant development during the 1950s at the height of this architectural renaissance. Houses in the Boise Highlands neighborhood today still show signs of the early population growth, including mature trees and landscaping that's turned what was once an arid hillside into a shady escape.
Thanks to its centralized location in relation to the cities of Boise, Meridian and Eagle, the Boise Highlands area has been growing rapidly over the last few decades. Home values range from $375K to $3.3M. Median real estate estimates as of January 2022 are as follows:
As you can see, homes here typically sell for more than the asking price. That's due to the demand for properties in the area being so high. Indeed, these homes nestled in between the Hillside to Hollow Reserve, Hulls Gulch, and Camel’s Back Park tend to only last a few days on the market.