Dudler Subdivision

One of the best parts of the City of Boise is the North End. It is one of the oldest sections of the city as it was the first suburban area that was built off of downtown. Among its classic streets, cottage style homes, and vintage looking shops, there is one subdivision that shines above the rest: the Dudler Subdivision. This eclectic mixture of new and old cottage and ranch style homes is the perfect place for people who want to live in a friendly neighborhood with character and amenities to boot. Nearby there are dozens of classic homes turned into shops as well as new stores and shops on each corner making it a walkable paradise. Not to mention the quick access residents have to the restaurants, venues, schools, and parks of the greater North End and downtown.

The homes in Dudler subdivision come in all shapes and sizes. There are some with as much as 2,000+ square feet and some with as little as 1,300 square feet. They also have a varying amount of bedrooms that usually varies from 3 to 4 with the occasional 2 bedroom home as well; this combination of space to room distribution makes these homes ideal for any kind of indoor activity or indoor living.

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Outdoor, however, is a little different. These homes are built on anywhere from 0.14 acres to 0.18 acres that are both fenced and unfenced. This gives them optimal space for outdoor living that can be as private as the residents want it to be. These homes are all built at different points in the 20th century but have all been recently renovated to incorporate newer styles of architecture and design. These homes are highly efficient, and are aesthetically pleasing to the eye as well.

Most of these homes will have outdoor parking-- no garages. Some with awnings to park under, but most homes will either have driveway parking or street parking for their residents. Some, however, can also have RV parking depending on when and how it was built. The year it was built also affects the exterior facades and what materials were used to create them. Most of these homes will have either stucco or vinyl with the occasional stone accents.

The City of Boise is a great place to live. Many people come here to enjoy its amazing amenities and those of the surrounding cities (commonly referred to as the Treasure Valley).

Out of all the cities and metropolitan areas of the Northwest, the Treasure Valley is definitely one of the most underrated. While everyone is going to Seattle and Portland, the Treasure Valley (Boise and Nampa Metro Area), sits quietly in its awesomeness. Though it may not seem like it from what you have heard or seen, the Treasure Valley is one of the most fun and influential parts of the northwest. It is the largest urban area in Idaho and is the largest urban area for miles in any direction. It his home to over a half of a million people and is filled to the brim with amazing places to work and play.

As you probably know, having a good place to work is one of the biggest stipulations for most people when they are getting ready to move. Luckily, that isn’t something you need to worry about when you move to the Boise area. Here in the Treasure Valley, there are hundreds of thousands of jobs to be had in almost every area or field imaginable. The largest industries here are the agricultural industry, tech industry, medical care, and retail; this is due to the fact that it his home to the headquarters of Micron Technology Inc., J.R. Simplot Co., Albertsons, and Winco. It is also home to a division of Hewlett-Packard Company. So it doesn’t matter what you are looking for, you will be able to find it here.

However, all work and no play is not a good combination, so it is important to take the time to have fun every once in awhile, and here in the Treasure Valley, there are literally thousands of options for you! One of the things that make the Treasure Valley so attractive and so unique is its amazing combination of city and rural life. So, now, if you like to do things like sports, music, the arts, or anything of that sort, you can have it right at your fingertips. Or, if you like things like boating, fishing, hunting, camping, hiking, or anything like that, you can do that too-- within minutes.

Once you are done working hard and playing harder, you’re probably going to want to grab some grub. And you are in luck, most likely, your favorite food will be here for you to enjoy. Boise and the surrounding cities have a dynamic collection of restaurants, specialty grocery stores, and more. Do you want a pizza delivered? Call ahead! What about Italian? Just down the street. How about fast food? Down on the corner . . . you get the idea.

Now, while good food and fun are important, they aren’t what keeps drawing people to the Treasure Valley. In fact, the killer three that keep people coming are its low median house price, low crime rate, and low cost of living.

To explain the median house price, let’s look at Boise specifically. In the Treasure Valley, Boise is one of the most expensive cities. So, you can be sure that the surrounding cities will have the same if not less for their median price. According to the website, Zillow.com Boise’s median house price is $180,000 which is very good. However, if you compare it to Seattle, you will find that it is not just good, it is great. On the same Zillow website, the median house price for a Seattle home is $521,400. That is almost $350,000 difference!

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Listing information last updated on October 24th, 2021 at 5:45pm MDT.