Kuna New Homes
Kuna Idaho doesn’t get much publicity. Usually thought of as a small town, Kuna is actually the fastest growing city in the Treasure Valley. It is home to around 16,500 people, a lot of farms, and some amazing neighborhoods. Kuna is also well known as the Gateway to the Birds of Prey because it is settled on the edge of the Morley Nelson Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation Area, a massive protected area for birds of prey to live and for bird lovers to watch them in their natural habitat.read more
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Kuna can be divided into four parts: northwest Kuna, Northeast Kuna, Southwest Kuna, and Southeast Kuna. Each part of the city has a different atmosphere with different types of neighborhoods and different amenities. These sections will appeal to different kinds of people, so find the one that fits you the best, and check it out.
The northwest section of Kuna is everything to the west of Linder Road and everything north of Kuna Road (or Avalon St.). It is populated by many great new neighborhoods that are designed for comfort and stability. Most of the homes in northwest Kuna are one and two story ranch and craftsman style hybrid dwellings. They have exteriors of stucco, vinyl, and some stone for aesthetic accents. They will be on lots a little less than a quarter of an acre (approximately).
Northwest Kuna neighborhoods are built with, and surrounded by, many amenities, making it a very comfortable and convenient place to live. For instance, there are a couple of neighborhoods in this area with neighborhood parks (complete with playgrounds and open fields) and community pools for residents to enjoy. Northwest Kuna is also home to the Kuna City Library and a large central city park.
Northeast Kuna’s boundaries are a mirror of northwest Kuna’s; it is everything north of Kuna Road and everything east of Linder Road. It doesn’t have as many neighborhoods as northwest Kuna; however, the neighborhoods are equally convenient and tranquil. These neighborhoods are also filled with one and two story ranch and craftsman style homes. Usually these communities will be made up of 50+ homes each with their own serene atmosphere and characteristics. These homes will typically have 4 - 5 bedrooms with plenty of indoor space.
Northeast Kuna also has some cool amenities available to their residents. One of these amenities is the grocery store that is located on the south side of northeast Kuna. This is one of the central grocery stores in the city and residents of this section of Kuna have great access to it. Kuna High School also calls northeast Kuna home along with several community parks and a few farms and fields. This balance between city and country allows residents to enjoy both rural and suburban landscapes on a daily basis.
Southwest Kuna is the area south of Kuna Road and west of Linder Road. This part of Kuna is populated by some great new neighborhoods with equally as great homes. These homes are mainly two story (with the occasional one story) craftsman style homes. They have 3 to 5 bedrooms and usually come on larger lots (most starting at a half an acre). They will have exteriors of vinyl and stone with some stucco mixed in.
As far as amenities go with southwest its neighborhoods are filled with parks that are complete with basketball courts, playgrounds, and grassy fields. This is also the part of Kuna where there are a lot of farm houses as well as the usual subdivision, making southwest Kuna a diverse and highly desired place to live. There are also a few schools in southwest Kuna as well.
Southeast Kuna is everything to the east of Linder Road and south of Kuna Road. It is much like Southwest Kuna. Its neighborhoods are made up of upwards of 50 craftsman and ranch style homes with 3 to 5 bedrooms each will be on large lots. These homes are usually two story dwellings with a few one stories mixed in. Their exteriors are mainly stucco and vinyl with some accenting stone work as well.
Living in southeast Kuna is all about being close to the great outdoors. There are many farms, ranches, and other rural style properties in this section of town as well as a few traditional subdivisions. There are also some great parks in southeast Kuna and lots of opportunities to play by the riverside as well.
This part of Kuna is also populated with building lots for future developments and projects.
Kuna is a prime spot for a large number of builders. Many of them are the same as the builders that work in Boise and their developments can be found in all four parts of Kuna. Their neighborhoods that are available in Kuna are great for people looking for a new and calm place to settle down. These builders have all different kinds of homes that they build: ranch, craftsman, and every other style out there. Their subdivisions here in Kuna can have everything from pools to parks with basketball courts and playgrounds, making them highly coved places to live in the Treasure Valley. Below is a list of the common builders that work in Kuna. There are a lot more where they came from, so if you don't see one you like here, you can surely find the perfect one in no time. If you already know which builder you want to work with, you can search for homes they have designed in Kuna on our website.
Blackstead Building Company
Boise Hunter Homes
Corey Barton Homes
There is much more to know about Kuna, so, if you want more information about this great city, or the surrounding area, contact one of our great agents and they’ll happy to assist you in finding you the perfect Kuna home.
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Listing information last updated on March 3rd, 2021 at 10:45pm MST.