Southcreek Subdivision

Boise, and the Treasure Valley are filled with many places for new construction. There are lots available in almost every quarter of the city. Of all the places that you can build homes, South Boise is one of the most prolific. South Boise is dotted with amazing new construction sites that offer all sorts of great homes from awesome builders. One of these sites is the Southcreek subdivision. Made up of several dozen lots for new construction, the Southcreek subdivision is ready for anything that you might want. The existing homes in Southcreek are one and two story contemporary ranch style homes. They usually have an average of 3 bedrooms each and 2 to 2½ bathrooms. Inside these homes, there is approximately 1,700 square feet of space on average. This makes them perfect for those that want a spacious interior. They are also built on lots that range in size from 0.12 acres to 0.15 acres which are usually fenced in on the back half. This combination gives residents a perfect blend of indoor and outdoor living.

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In the neighborhood there are many amenities that make residents lives easier-- and more comfortable. At the center of the neighborhood, there is a community center that is complete with pool and park. This pool and park combo allow residents to enjoy a nice spring or summer afternoon outside and play or relax to their heart’s content. However, if they want to go shopping, or do anything inside the city proper, they can easily do so by taking a quick 5 to 10 minute drive northward into what is known as the Boise Bench; the bench is home to dozens of restaurants, several bulk food stores, department stores, specialty shops, and much more.

As for the greater Treasure Valley, it is one of the nation’s most underrated metropolitan areas. It is made up of 6 of Idaho’s most popular cities and is home to over a half a million people (a figure that is growing higher each year). It is also home to hundreds of businesses in all sorts of industries that provide Treasure Valley residents with jobs of all kinds from computer programming to farming and from retail to production. Not to mention, there are several successful higher education establishments that cater to it as well. However, that isn’t all the Treasure Valley has to offer.

In the Treasure Valley there are countless activities that can be enjoyed. There are sports like football, baseball, and hockey; plays at the local high schools, universities, and Shakespeare Festival; and concerts for every style of music out there. Not to mention it is dotted with city and community parks, opportunities for outdoor activities, and much more. So, no matter what you are into, you can find it here.

When it comes to dining in the Treasure Valley, you will always be able to find what you are craving. The restaurants in the Boise area alone are fantastic and come in every variety imaginable. Feeling like you want some takeout? Well, you’re in luck, there are pizza places, specialty cuisines, and much more in every Treasure Valley city. What about dine-in restaurants? We have those too. The best place to go for an awesome dine-in experience is Boise; it is home hundreds if not thousands of restaurants that are both native to the area and part of long chains.

However, most people come to the Treasure Valley for the housing market. Well, if that is why you are here, then you are in luck. the Treasure Valley is booming with affordable new construction, amazing existing homes, and even investment properties.

Idaho

Idaho may not be the first thing that people think of when you mention great places to live, but that is precisely what USA Today thought (http://www.usatoday.com/story/money/business/2015/11/05/24-7-wall-st-best-cities-to-live-in/75177096/). Even though, throughout the years, Idaho has only been known as the potato state, it has been growing in popularity over the last 20 years and people have begun to take notice. In late 2015 USA Today voted Meridian (Idaho’s second largest city and neighbor to Boise) as the best place to live in America. They rated it next to cities in Colorado and Connecticut, giving it the coveted title of #1.

Idahoans probably won’t boast about this, however. Most people from Idaho, especially those from the Boise area, are well known for being some of the nicest people in the Northwest and, while protective of their hometowns, not overly prideful. You see, in Idaho, even the biggest of cities still have the small town charm that people are looking for. You can be in downtown Boise or on the outskirts of Emmett and still be treated like a friend by complete strangers. A lot of people come to Idaho in search of the kind of old-fashioned sense of community and year after year it continues to live up to its reputation. Although, many people come to Idaho for more than just the small town charm. For instance, Idaho is home to some of the most popular outdoor attractions the west has to offer. No matter what you are into, camping, fishing, hunting, exploring, climbing, taking photos, etc., Idaho will have something for you to do. In Idaho, there are acres and acres of forest and desert terrains, mountain and grasslands, and rivers and lakes to rival even the best. In the Treasure Valley alone there are two lakes, miles and miles of trails, two large rivers, and much much more, all for the enjoyment of residents and visitors.

The Treasure Valley is located in the southwestern corner of Idaho, about 50 miles north of Nevada and 50 miles southeast of Oregon. It is the largest metro area in the state and is one of the largest metro areas between Salt Lake and the Tri-Cities. It is only a 5-hour drive from both the Tri-Cities and the Salt Lake Valley, 6 hours from Portland, and 7 hours from Seattle making weekend trips pretty manageable. Boise has an airport as well which makes travel to these destinations (including ones like Los Angeles, Las Vegas, and New York) much easier.

To learn more about Idaho or any of its amazing cities, contact one of our local real estate agents. Their intensive training and intimate knowledge of the area make them the obvious choice to represent you in your next real estate transaction. Call us at the Hughes Group today and we’ll get you on your way to a new home in no time. Whether you are here for a day, or here to stay, you will love it here.

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Listing information last updated on October 24th, 2021 at 7:15pm MDT.