Nampa New Homes
Nampa Idaho is a beautiful city located on the western side of the Treasure Valley. With a population of 86,000+ people, Nampa is Idaho’s second largest city and the largest city in Canyon County. Usually known for its western atmosphere, Nampa is a dynamic suburban city with a fantastic city and country balance. Nampa has many rodeos, farms, shopping centers, musical performances, and more. Nampa also has plenty of stuff to do for fun with everything from restaurants to parks.
Nampa started back in the 1880s as a railroad town and, in only a short five years, grew large enough to be incorporated as a city. Since then it has grown consistently until the present day, reaching the size and importance it has now.
Moving can be a stressful thing, especially if it is to a place where you have never been before. So, to put you more at ease, here is some basic information about Nampa and the surrounding areas, the amenities available to residents of Nampa, and the builders who are working in Nampa right now. read more
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There are three basic parts of Nampa: northeast Nampa, northwest Nampa, and south Nampa. Each of these have different types of houses, different amenities, and even neighborhoods with different atmospheres to offer residents.
Northeast Nampa is usually defined as the area to the east of the railroad tracks and south of where Midland Boulevard meets Interstate 55. It is mainly a commercial district with dozens of auto malls, bulk food and grocery stores, and even the public library. Northeast Nampa is also home to a great golf course, a public pool, half a dozen city and community parks, the Idaho Center (a large convention center), and much more.
The types of neighborhoods in northeast Nampa are usually made up of a hundred or so single family and multi-family units. Typically they are ranch and craftsman style abodes that come in both one and two level models. These neighborhoods are all about convenience, they are close to all the great amenities of downtown Nampa and the surrounding area. Not to mention they have quick access to the Karcher Mall and Nampa’s great restaurants.
Because the Interstate cuts through northeast Nampa, residents of this part of town can easily enjoy the great conveniences of the rest of the Treasure Valley. Not to mention its great outdoor attractions. Northeast Nampa residents can easily find themselves at the bank of a river, the shore of a lake, or the top of a mountain within minutes.
To the west of the rail road tracks and sandwiched between Interstate 55 and W Iowa Ave is northwest Nampa. This part of town is home to some great neighborhoods; neighborhoods with around 50 to 100 homes each. They are primarily ranch style houses with 3 – 4 bedrooms and 2 – 2½ baths. These neighborhoods are the serene kind that have parks with open fields and playgrounds, and sometimes basketball courts and clubhouses with pools.
Northwest Nampa is the place where most of the new homes on the market are. It is a characterized by new and green community parks, tranquil neighborhoods, and access to some great outdoor hotspots. This part of Nampa comes up to the edge of Lake Lowell, home of the Deer Flat National Wildlife Refuge. At Lake Lowell visitors can fish, boat, picnic, and even enjoy some sightseeing.
South Nampa is probably the most serene and laid back of the different parts of Nampa. It is made up almost of entirely of subdivisions and farm land. It also has two high schools, a lot of community parks, and some great places to go enjoy nature. Residents of south Nampa can also enjoy going to the Nampa City Library, the Karcher Mall, and many of Nampa’s other great amenities with ease do to its close proximity to everything else.
The neighborhoods in south Nampa are elegant and attractive places to live. These subdivisions can be made up of anywhere between 50 – 200 units a piece with ranch, craftsman, and custom style homes. These homes usually have 3 – 5 bedrooms for maximum comfort and functionality.
Very close by, Nampa has some great outdoor opportunities. As stated above, there is Lake Lowell and the Deer Flat National Wildlife Refuge, but there are also many more amazing outdoor hotspots available to Nampa residents. For instance, there are some great day trips that are great for anyone who wants to enjoy the great outdoors.
There are dozens of companies that are amazing custom neighborhoods in all three sections of the city of Nampa. Neighborhoods that are perfect for someone looking for a comfortable and calm place to pour their foundation. These builder have built modern, ranch, craftsman, style homes and everything in between. These subdivisions they build have everything from pools and recreation centers to parks and playgrounds, making them some of the most sought after places to live in the Boise Nampa Metropolitan Area. The following is a list of the builders who usually work in Nampa. There are many more where they came from, so these aren’t the only builders that do work here. If you already know of a builder whose work you like, you can search for homes and neighborhoods they have built in Nampa on our website.
Blackstead Building Company
Boise Hunter Homes
Corey Barton Homes
This isn’t everything there is to know about Nampa by a long shot. For more information about Nampa or Boise, or the surrounding area, contact one of our licensed agents and they’ll happy to help you find your dream home here in Nampa.
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Listing information last updated on November 22nd, 2017 at 6:37pm MST.