All Real Estate Statistics in Caldwell
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New Construction Homes in Caldwell
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Caldwell, Idaho, the state’s 6th largest city, is home to hundreds of businesses, schools, entertainment establishments, and great neighborhoods for new construction. Caldwell is located just north of Nampa (Idaho’s 2nd largest city), and is the perfect blend of suburban and rural living. Caldwell was founded in 1883 as a train stop, but only a short 7 years later, Caldwell was incorporated as a city. Since its incorporation, Caldwell has grown exponentially and is currently home to over 48,000 people as well as the College of Idaho.
Many building companies work in Caldwell, constructing some amazing neighborhoods. Caldwell’s great rural and suburban atmosphere makes it the perfect place for aesthetically pleasing and comfortable neighborhoods. The following is a list of the most popular builders in Caldwell. They work in various types and styles of homes and are responsible for some of the most sought after places to live in the Treasure Valley.
Corey Barton Homes (CBH Homes)
If you are looking for a builder that will stand by your side from the signing of the papers to the moment they hand over the keys to your home, then the Corey Barton Homes Company is the right fit for you. Their dedication to customer service is one of their greatest strengths, followed up with expertly crafted homes.
CBH Homes offers their customers a plethora of diverse floorplans and blueprints to choose from, as well as the opportunity to customize them. They know how important it is to live in a home that is tailored to your own tastes and preferences, and not one out of a cookie cutter design book. When you build with Corey Barton Homes, you will be sure that you will be getting the home that you want for a great price.
Along with their many positive customer reviews, the Corey Barton Homes Company currently has an A+ rating on the Better Business Bureau’s website and have had that rating for the past 19 years. They pride themselves on delivering not just amazing homes, but amazing service to their customers as well. So, when you work with Corey Barton, you are in good hands.
When it comes to building a new home, it is always nice to be in the driver seat. And when you work with Hubble Homes that is exactly what you get. Their interactive designing and building process allows you to pick exactly how you want your home to look and feel like. This is just one of the many ways that the staff at Hubble Homes show their appreciation for their customers. They know if it wasn’t for their customers, they wouldn’t be where they are today.
Hubble Homes’ builders are also certified as Energy Star Builders. This means that they only use Energy Star Approved appliances and electronics into the homes they build. Energy Star appliances are those that are designed to use less energy so that it can save both the environment, and your wallet, some green.
Boise Hunter Homes
If you want to get some good bang for your buck, then you will enjoy working with Boise Hunter Homes. This Treasure Valley based company is made up of a dynamic team of sales agents, designers, and builders to bring you the best service possible along each step of the building process. They are committed to not only getting your business, but earning it as well. They want to work hard for you so that you can finally settle into the home of your dreams.
A big part of building with Boise Hunter Homes is the customizable design process. When you sit down with a designer at Boise Hunter Homes, you aren’t just picking from a few standard home designs, you are adding and subtracting to their designs until you have a home that you can love to live in.
Parts of Caldwell
There are two different parts of Caldwell; there is North Caldwell and South Caldwell. They aren’t exactly the same, but there are some subtle differences between the two.
North Caldwell is everything north of Highway 26. It is a bit more densely populated than the southern half and also is home to many of the businesses and commercial entities of Caldwell. Many of the homes in North Caldwell are one and two story ranch style homes and can have anywhere from 3 – 5 bedrooms.
South Caldwell is everything south of Highway 26. This part of town encompasses the large open no-man’s-land that stretches between Caldwell property and the City of Meridian. It has several new construction neighborhoods as well as many shopping opportunities and city and community parks.
As stated above, Caldwell is home to the College of Idaho, but there are more educational amenities there as well. Caldwell is also home to a couple dozen elementary schools, about a half dozen middle schools, and a few high schools (some of them private).
Some other things that Caldwell residents can enjoy are the great shopping and dining opportunities in the City of Nampa. Nampa is the second largest city in the state and as such it has a plethora of great stores, restaurants, and more. Caldwell residents can also quickly enjoy many of the outdoor hotspots of the area. Its close proximity to the open countryside allows for easy access to many of the Treasure Valley’s camping spots and sightseeing areas.
If you want to learn more about the great city of Caldwell, or want to plan a trip to see it for yourself, contact one of our agents and they will be glad to assist you. Come experience Caldwell for yourself, you won’t regret it.
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Listing information last updated on October 21st, 2020 at 12:30pm MDT.