Pepperwood Estates

In Idaho’s capital, Boise, there are thousands of reasons to put your roots down. There are jobs, entertainment, and, most importantly, awesome neighborhoods. One of these neighborhoods that is spectacular is the Pepperwood Estates. Located in south Boise, the Pepperwood Estates is a bonafide masterpiece. It is made up of several dozen ranch style homes These homes are both one and two stories tall and come in a variety of sizes. For instance, in the matter of square footage, there are some houses that are around 1,500 square feet, while there are still some that reach well up into the 3,000s of square feet. When it comes to bedrooms, however, they are usually more uniform. Usually, these homes will have either 3 or 4 bedrooms (and 2, 2½, or 3 bathrooms). The lots sizes vary quite a bit as well, though. A lot in the Pepperwood Estates can range from 0.09 acres all the way to 0.21 acres-- all of which are fenced. Their facades are customized by the builder or the first owner of the home. However, they are usually made with vinyl and stone or brick.

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When it comes to amenities, the residents of Pepperwood Estates subdivision are in luck-- they have some of the best. Aside from the complete sidewalk and some trees that connect the neighborhood together, there is also another awesome amenity that is quite hard to miss: the community pool. This inground pool is open to all members of the community as long as they adhere to the posted rules. It is a large pool that is great for laps or just generic play. After the pool, however, the amenities don’t stop there. In fact, it is not even close. Throughout the neighborhood, there are acres upon acres of open grassy fields with space to roam, play, and exercise. They are also surrounded by aesthetic brush, trees, and shrubs.

Outside the neighborhood, in the rest of Boise, are dozens more amenities to be had. There is food, fun, work, play, and so much more. Not to mention, Pepperwood Estates residents can easily hop on the interstate or the nearby highway and find themselves in any other city in the Treasure Valley, like Nampa, Kuna, Eagle, or Meridian. In Idaho’s capital, Boise, there are thousands of reasons to put your roots down. There are jobs, entertainment, and, most importantly, awesome neighborhoods. One of these neighborhoods that is spectacular is the Pepperwood Estates.

Located in south Boise, the Pepperwood Estates is a bonafide masterpiece. It is made up of several dozen ranch style homes These homes are both one and two stories tall and come in a variety of sizes. For instance, in the matter of square footage, there are some houses that are around 1,500 square feet, while there are still some that reach well up into the 3,000s of square feet. When it comes to bedrooms, however, they are usually more uniform. Usually, these homes will have either 3 or 4 bedrooms (and 2, 2½, or 3 bathrooms). The lots sizes vary quite a bit as well, though. A lot in the Pepperwood Estates can range from 0.09 acres all the way to 0.21 acres-- all of which are fenced. Their facades are customized by the builder or the first owner of the home. However, they are usually made with vinyl and stone or brick.

When it comes to amazing places to live, the Treasure Valley may be just at the top of your list. You see, the Treasure Valley is very underrated. Among all the metropolitan areas of the United States, it has the best combination of a thriving job market, fun things to do, legendary places to eat, a low cost of living, and a low crime rate. Not to mention it is located in one of the best parts of the world.

In the Treasure Valley, there are thousands of jobs in almost every industry imaginable. There are jobs in business, technology, agriculture, the arts, sports, medicine, and philanthropy. So, no matter if you are a computer programmer, a teacher, a musician, or anything in between, you can find yourself a job here in the Boise area.

Here in the Treasure Valley, we like to have fun. There are thousands of opportunities to do fun things here. Do You like sports? To dance? Hunt? Fish? Read? Well, you are in luck-- we have it. This dynamic portfolio of extracurricular activities that are available here is thanks in part to the amazing best-of-both-worlds environment we have here. The Treasure Valley is an urban metropolitan area at the foot of the Rocky Mountains. It draws in people of all kinds to our wonderful cities.

When it comes to eating, there are many amazing options available to you. Just about every kind of food out there can be found here. Do you like Pizza? What about sushi? Do you like to sit down, drive in, or walk through? Whatever you are hungry for, we will have it. There are dozens of classy dine-in restaurants and thousands of fast-food joints to choose from as well. So, if you are in a time crunch or you just want to take your time, you can.

As great as the food is here in the Treasure Valley, there are three reasons that trump the rest when it comes to drawing in new residents: median house price, low crime rate, and low cost of living. These three are the trifecta of Boise’s best qualities. Let’s look at them all.

First off, median house price. Here in the Boise area, the median house price is fantastically lower than in other areas of the States. According to Zillow, the median price for a house in Boise is $180,000 ($133,200 in the surrounding cities like Nampa and Kuna). Which is almost $400,000 less than a home in Los Angeles. (http://www.zillow.com/boise-id/home-values/; http://www.zillow.com/los-angeles-ca/home-values/). This is incredible. So, if you are worried about being able to afford a home in the Treasure Valley, think again.

Next, there is crime rate. For example’s sake, let’s look at Seattle and Boise side by side in 2014. According to the City of Seattle’s government website, their police department reported 1,988 accounts of aggravated assault (that is 302 accounts of assault per 100,000 people). Boise, on the other hand, only reported 412 during 2014 (193 per 100,000 people). (http://www.seattle.gov/seattle-police-department/crime-data/crime-dashboard; http://police.cityofboise.org/media/8291/2014%20Crime%20Report_Pub.pdf).

Lastly, there is the cost of living. This website called Areavibes.com is a great place to compare two cities costs of living. When Seattle and Boise were compared, Boise was about 48% less expensive than Seattle. This kind of score is thanks to a number of different factors. Most importantly, however, is the low housing costs (as we discussed earlier) and the low cost of food. Idaho is an agricultural state so quite a bit of the food you buy can be homegrown.

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Listing information last updated on October 24th, 2021 at 6:19pm MDT.