Dakota Crossing Subdivision

It is hard to appreciate the true beauty of the Treasure Valley unless you have seen Nampa, Idaho. At first, it may seem like a normal town as you pass by it on the freeway, but you might be surprised to find out how valuable, sought after, and well-populated it really is. It is a phenomenal place to live and with all the inexpensive homes and awesome building lots, there nothing quite to compare it to. One such place would have to be the Dakota Crossing subdivision. This mid-sized subdivision is just off of Karcher Road in southwestern Nampa and is home to a couple dozen building lots and a handful of already existing homes. It is a new development with amazing potential. The existing homes are contemporary ranch style dwellings. They have either 5 or 6 bedrooms (smaller homes can be ordered as well) and they have an average of 3000 square feet or so of interior space.

As far as exterior space is concerned, they all have around a quarter of an acre of land with fenced and unfenced backyards. Their facades are lined with siding and stone. They are usually adorned with earth tones and light blue hues which can most be customized for the customer. The homes in Dakota Crossing subdivision also have attached two and three car garages, allowing for maximum storage or working areas.

Homes in the Dakota Crossing Subdivision

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The residents of Dakota Crossing subdivision are lucky to have a plethora of amenities at their disposal. For starters, their neighborhood is lined with a complete sidewalk system to connect all the houses together for safe travel around the neighborhood. However, when it comes to fun, there are also many more things for them to enjoy. Within a mile of Dakota Crossing, there are a handful of community parks that residents and visitors can enjoy. They are complete with open fields for playing, shade trees for relaxing, and much much more. However, if parks aren’t your speed, you can always go and enjoy Lake Lowell which is only a 5-minute drive away. Lake Lowell is a great place if you like to enjoy the water, see local wildlife, or just have a picnic on the shore.

When it comes to shopping, entertainment, and eating, the people of Dakota Crossing can easily make their way into Nampa where there are restaurants galore, movie theaters, department stores, and even their own mall. Nampa also has plenty of bulk food stores, standard grocery stores, and even specialty shops to peruse. It is also home to several libraries, a community college, a private college, two public high schools, and dozens of middle and elementary schools.

If all of this isn’t enough, Nampa residents can also find themselves in Boise and Meridian in only a matter of minutes. Nampa is on the west side of the Treasure Valley from Boise and Meridian. It takes about 30 to 40 minutes to get between the two making it easy for the people of Nampa to enjoy the awesome amenities that Boise, and its twin city Meridian, have to offer-- both in the city and around it. However, there is more to the Treasure Valley than Nampa, Boise, and Meridian. In fact, there is a lot more.

Of all the metropolitan areas in the United States, the Treasure Valley is one of the most underappreciated. It is home to 6 of the state’s most populated and popular cities and towns. There are about 600 thousand people that call the Treasure Valley home between the two dozen or so cities and towns that are located here, which makes it one of the largest in the Northwest. But what makes this area of Idaho so amazing?

One thing that continually draws people to the Treasure Valley is the sheer number of activities that there are to enjoy here. It doesn't matter if you prefer inside, outside, hot, or cold, you will have something to enjoy. The Treasure Valley is a modern urban city with so many connections with the environment around it that it is easily the gateway to the great outdoors. You can easily enjoy a day in the Foothills hiking, spying local wildlife, and breathing the fresh mountain air, and then spend the evening at your favorite bar or restaurant.

This best-of-both-worlds quality is something that keeps people coming to town year after year and that is a figure that doesn’t seem to be slowing. However, it isn’t just the activities that bring people to the Treasure Valley, the inexpensive cost of land and real estate, in general, is another, very persuasive motivator as well. The median cost of a house in Nampa is $133,000 according to Zillow.com (http://www.zillow.com/nampa-id/home-values/) which is about $50,000 lower that the median price throughout the United States (http://www.zillow.com/home-values/) and nearly $1,000,000 less than the price of a home in San Francisco (http://www.zillow.com/san-francisco-ca/home-values/).

Living in the Treasure Valley is also great because it offers its residents quick access to nearby states and all that they have to offer. The Treasure Valley is located in the southwestern corner of Idaho. It is about 150 miles from the northern border of Nevada and 50 miles from Oregon. This makes going to places like Salt Lake City, the Tri-Cities, Portland, and Seattle a breeze. From Boise to Salt Lake City is about 340 miles which can be traveled in about 5 hours by car. Boise is also only 290 miles from the Tri-Cities in Washington which can also be reached in about 5 hours by car. Portland and Seattle, on the other hand, take a little longer to get to but are still close enough to spend a weekend away there. Portland is about 430 miles from Boise (7 hours by car) and Seattle is 504 miles from Boise (8 hours by car).

These are only a few of the reasons why many people have fallen in love with the Treasure Valley, but to find out what it has here for you, come and see it for yourself. Call one of our licensed real estate agents today!

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Listing information last updated on October 28th, 2021 at 8:00am MDT.