Kuna Real Estate

Kuna Real Estate

Kuna, Idaho is located in Ada County and is part of the Boise-Nampa Metropolitan area. It is known to be the hidden gem of the Treasure Valley because of the unstoppable growth it has been experiencing through the years. Its current population has grown from 2,500 residents to 25,000 residents since 1995. Over the years, a lot has changed in order to prepare for the increasing demands of housing and employment. One thing that has stayed the same is the breathtaking and picturesque views of nature, the small-town feel, and the culture of Kuna. Beautiful weather, low crime rate, majestic nature views, quality education, easy access to establishments and recreational facilities, are just a handful of the perks to living in Kuna.

Kuna Homes For Sale

Kuna Real Estate Market 

Active Listings: 46 Pending Home Sales: 216
Sold Properties in the Last 12 Months: 1,102 Avg. Days on Market: 36
Months of Supply: .50 Price Range: $55,000 - $1,400,000
Avg. Sold Price Last 12 Months: $332,655 Avg. Sold Price Last 48 Months: $290,948
Percentage of Price Change: 12.5% Avg. Square Footage: 1,301 sq ft

*MLS Data based on September 2020

Why Live in Kuna, ID?

This lovely town of Kuna began in 1881 when the Oregon Short Line Railway Company started building its line westward across Idaho and bypassed Boise due to the uneven terrain. Sometime in 1882 or 1883, when the line became operational, a railroad with coach transport to Boise was constructed and given the name Kuna. This settlement grew and was flourishing. It had become an important location because the freight wagons of supplies for the cities of Boise, Placerville, Idaho, Silver City, Placerville, and Centerville were transported from Kuna. In 1884, the early settlers were able to construct three warehouses, a post office, and a depot. It had then become an integral local industry to haul goods and passengers from then on.

Up to date, Kuna has been consistently improving from all aspects - housing and communities, commercial and employment, recreational park, and health. Their steady increase in population has affected the economy of the city positively and is known as one of the best places to live.

Employment has been steadily increasing as more and more businesses open up. Kuna is not just a great place to start your business venture, it is one of the great places to conduct that business. It is located in the center of the Boise Valley so it has easy accessibility to all levels of the market from local to international. It is known to be a friendly community that is very open to all sorts of businesses which will then increase the rate in employment.

Kuna is a lively town despite its conservative and agricultural setting. It is home to some volcanic parks which include Initial Point, Kuna Caves, and Kuna Butte. Celebration Park, the first archeological park in Idaho is also located here. It is said that ancient people, together with the recent Native and European-Americans, created the petroglyphs that date between 100 and 10,000 years old. Another attraction is the Snake River Birds of Prey Conservation Area. It was established in 1993 by Congress which aims to preserve and protect a distinct desert of North America’s highest density of nesting raptors. Kuna is also known for its art community. It supports different performance theaters, music, dance, and museums. 

Neighborhoods in Kuna

 Whatever you may require your home for your family, you will have a lot to choose from in the community. This city offers a variety of housing types from beautiful historical homes, starter homes, or even large custom homes or apartments - they have it all. Kuna also offers the lowest pricing for homes in all of Ada County. Everything is very friendly and convenient in this smaller town. Whatever type of home you may have or your status may be, this “close-knit community” setting of Kuna is always something they are very proud of.

Top Kuna Neighborhoods

Applewood Arbor Ridge Ardell Estates
Arrowrock Ranch Ashton Estate Birch Trails
Bridle Ridge Cazador Crimson Point
Denali Heights Deserthawk Falcon Crest 
Greyhawk Lugarno Terra Memory Ranch
Merino Cove Merlin Cottages Mineral Springs
Patagonia Pioneer Estates Ruby Creek
Ryan Meadows Sailor Shores Saranda
Schoolhouse Silver Falls Silvertip
Silver Trail Springhill Sterling Ranch
Sutters Mill Timbermist Walnut Creek

Education in Kuna

Kuna has a strong educational system under the Kuna Joint District with 11 public schools. The city also has 19 private schools that cater to the continuing education of the students in town. Transportation for students remains easy and convenient to the communities as well because of the proximity to schools. 

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