Hickories Subdivision

The Treasure Valley (Boise/ Nampa area) is one of the largest and most popular in the Northwest. However, it is usually considered when it comes to amazing places to live. Boise, for instance, is not usually appreciated for all the amazing homes and amenities it offers residents and when it comes to homes, nothing compares to the West Boise area of the valley. West Boise is the part of the city that borders Meridian and it is probably one of the best places for new construction and buying pre-existing homes in the city. Among these amazing homes is the Hickories subdivision. Though it was first constructed several years ago, its homes are still coveted and well-taken care of. The Hickories itself is a large neighborhood with approximately 100+ units. The houses in the Hickories are all different, custom built when the neighborhood was first being developed. They are mainly ranch and craftsman style in design, and they are quite luxurious. A home in the Hickories will have 3 to 5 bedrooms a piece, as well as up to 4 bathrooms. When it comes to interior space, these homes will range from around 2,500 - 4,000+ square feet each making them large and open, perfect for any kind of indoor activity. Most homes in the Hickories are built on large lots that range from 0.24 acres to nearly a half an acre. These spaces are open, and usually unfenced. Their exterior facades differ from house to house, but they all have some sort of garage attached the either the front or the side of the home.

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In the realm of amenities, the Hickories is also very up to date. Aside from the usual sidewalks and shade trees, the Hickories is also one of the quietest neighborhoods in this part of town. The hickories only have a handful of entrances and they are built in such a way to deter people who are not intentionally going there away. The Hickories is not located on a busy street, but its secluded nature cuts down on what little noise there would be.

On the border of the Hickories and an equally amazing neighborhood (the De Meyer Park Subdivision) is the famous De Meyer Park. De Meyer Park is a very well-known park in the area which was once the farm of the man De Meyer. He donated it to the city and it was made into the fantastic park it is today. De Meyer has open fields for sports and games, shade for relaxation, playground, volleyball net (with sand), and a duck pond. This isn’t all that the park has. There is a basketball court, a covered pavilion, bathrooms, and baseball or softball diamonds. It is also cut in half by a canal that runs diagonally through the park-- however, there are plenty of bridges to get from one side to the other-- and there is an old silo from the farm that once stood on the land, both of which make for some amazing landscapes that can be enjoyed by visitors.

Boise is a great city. There are few that are like it and there is always something new around every corner. It and the greater Treasure Valley cities are real treasures of the west thanks to their amenities and inexpensive home prices. Most people don’t think about the Treasure Valley when they talk about the Northwest and the great places there are to live there. The Treasure Valley, believe it or not, is home to over a half a million people, 6 of the state’s best cities, the Northwest’s 3 largest cities, and plenty of businesses to keep everyone employed. Here in the Treasure Valley, there are businesses of all kinds that you can work for. Businesses in the tech industry, agriculture, education, research, production, and everything in between. But that isn’t all you’ll find in the Treasure Valley.

Here in the Treasure Valley fun is also a major part of the community culture. All across the valley, there are sports like hockey, football, baseball, and others that you can watch or participate in, clubs and classes to join in on, concerts, and even a large number of community parks that have everything a proper park should have. So, there is no reason to be bored while you are here.

When you are done with a long day of work and fun, you can always find yourself a great place to sit back and enjoy some grub. In the Treasure Valley, there is every kind of food you can imagine. If you want to order in you can get pizza, ethnic food, sandwiches, and even spaghetti. If you would prefer to go out for a dine-in experience there is a wide variety of those to from gourmet burgers to delicious delicacies. There are mom-and-pop restaurants that have been open for several years in the valley, restaurant franchises, and even legendary restaurants that you only find in big cities like Los Angeles and New York.

Though the food may be amazing and the opportunities for fun copious, most people come to the Treasure Valley for the incredible housing market. Compared to the rest of the nation, the cost of a pre-existing home in the Treasure Valley is clearly competitive and the cost of building a new home is lowering in price year after year. So, whether you want to build or buy you can find it here in the Boise area for a price you are willing to pay.

To learn more about Boise and the cities that surround it, contact one of our licensed agents here on the Hughes Group -- they will be happy to help you. They are trained on all the best selling, negotiating, and legal practices so that they can get you the best deal possible. Not to mention they have awesome resources at their disposal and a detailed knowledge of the area and market. Choosing to work with an agent from the Hughes Group of Silvercreek Realty Group will be the best decision you can make during your next real estate transaction.

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Listing information last updated on October 24th, 2021 at 6:45pm MDT.