Caldwell New Homes
The Treasure Valley is a great place, filled with spectacular sights, amazing restaurants, fun outdoor activities, and cozy communities. Just northwest of Nampa is one of these communities: Caldwell. This seemingly small city of no special consequence is actually a popular place for people looking for a safe and secure place to settle down. It may not seem like it when you drive through Caldwell, but this half-rural, half-suburban city is actually the sixth largest city in Idaho. With around 50,000 people, Caldwell is a city with as many people, as great amenities. Caldwell is also home to many great Treasure Valley businesses, golf courses, and the College of Idaho (an Idaho private college that has been around since the 1890s). read more
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Builders in the Treasure Valley, can’t afford to not invest in a great city like Caldwell. Many of the same builders that construct the best homes in Boise and Nampa also build here in both the north and south halves of Caldwell. The neighborhoods and communities that they build easily capture the essence of Caldwell’s country/city hybrid nature by creating some of the most peaceful and calm neighborhoods in the valley. Aside from the Treasure Valley usual ranch and craftsman homes that they build in Caldwell, these builders build custom homes, luxury homes, and more. They also make convenient neighborhoods with amenities like parks, leisure areas, and more.
Here is a list of the usual builders that work out in Caldwell, but there are many more where they came from, so if you don't see your favorite Idaho builder on this list, don’t worry. If you already know what builder you want to go with you can go on our website and search specifically for homes that they have built in Caldwell.
Blackstead Building Company
Corey Barton Homes
Boise Hunter Homes
Divisions of Caldwell:
Though it may not usually be divided into two parts, Caldwell can actually be broken up that way. It is as simple as following a straight line through the city along Interstate 26. The two divisions are north Caldwell and south Caldwell.
North Caldwell consists of everything north of Franklin Road. It is a great in many ways; it houses a handful of dynamic and comfortable neighborhoods, as well as the Caldwell industrial and business areas, as well as the Caldwell Public Library, several city and community parks, and retail stores.
The neighborhoods in north Caldwell are usually one and two story dwellings, commonly featuring ranch style designs, but there are occasional craftsman homes as well. Most of these homes will come with an average of 3 to 5 bedrooms and 1,500 square feet or more.
South Caldwell is everything south of Franklin Road, north of Nampa. This also encompasses the large rural land to the east and west of the city. It is home to a handful of stores, dozens of community parks, and a golf course. This part of Caldwell backs up to the edge of the Nampa commercial district which gives residents unlimited access to all the great shopping centers and other amenities of the city.
However, aside from the great amenities, there are also some great neighborhoods to choose from. Most these neighborhoods will be made up of several dozen units with varying characteristics. There are many great homes in these communities. Mainly double and single story homes that are both craftsman and contemporary ranch style in design. These homes will have 1 to 4 bedrooms with spacious amounts of interior space.
Caldwell is a very dynamic place to live with great neighborhood after great neighborhood, making it one of the most loved cities in the valley. If you want to learn more about Caldwell, or the surrounding area, contact one of our agents. They will be happy to help you in any way they can.
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Listing information last updated on September 29th, 2020 at 8:45pm MDT.