Area Guides


Boise

Urban and outdoorsy. Wild and relaxing. The Boise area is a great place to live, work and visit! Whether it’s the vibrant cultural and recreational opportunities, the friendly people or the mild climate, Boise and the surrounding communities afford a quality of life second to none. Good jobs, affordable housing and a safe, vibrant downtown all add up to a great place to live.

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Eagle

Eagle is one of the more desirable areas in the Boise metro area. This upscale community with a small town feel boasts some of the Treasure Valley’s most luxurious and beautiful homes for sale with breathtaking views. The community of Eagle is designed with a western architectural theme that incorporates appealing and consistent design standards with ample open space.

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Meridian

Meridian is located in Ada County, west of Boise. It is the 2nd largest city in the state of Idaho. The corporate headquarters of one of the area’s major employers, Scentsy, is located in Meridian as well as Blue Cross of Idaho, Idaho State Police, and the state police academy. Family entertainment overflows at the local water park, Roaring Springs.

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Nampa

Nampa is the 3rd largest city in the state of Idaho and is part of Idaho’s largest metropolitan area. The city is located about 20 miles west of Boise along interstate 84 and 6 miles west of Meridian. Nampa offers an environment rich in endless natural beauty, local history and culture, and economic well-being. The city’s amenities translate into a dynamic market.

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Caldwell

Sitting below the surrounding Owyhee, Weiser and Boise mountain ranges is the City of Caldwell. Recreational activities are a highlight of Idaho and the Caldwell area provides access to a variety of enthusiasts from rock hounds to river rafters, skiers to hot springs lovers, trail riders to hikers and much, much more. Caldwell has also been recognized as “the heart of Idaho wine country”.

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Kuna

The population of this rural Idaho community has more than tripled in the last 15 years. While it still feels like the kind of town where people take an evening stroll after dinner or chat with their neighbors at the local post office when they’re dropping off mail, its proximity to the larger Boise Metropolitan area make this area very attractive to home owners.

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