Middleton Real Estate

Middleton, ID Real Estate

Middleton is a relatively small city located in Canyon County, Idaho. It is the oldest city in the county and is one of the oldest in the state of Idaho. It is a part of the Idaho Metropolitan Statistical Area where it is only 25 miles from Boise and 12 miles from Nampa. This little city is a perfect description of how life of an Idahoan is - simple, enjoying the city charm and laid back culture, picturesque setting, a family-friendly community and a place full of fun. It does not just give a small-town feel to its residents and visitors, it is a true testimony to Idaho small town living. Homes here in Middleton are very affordable compared to other neighboring cities and states. You may also want to buy acreages or build your own dream home because of the low cost of living here.

As this city is becoming more popular and becoming a destination for migration and settlement, it remains a true beauty and a place of character - a place perfect to raise a family and even retire. You may wonder why is that so? Simply because Middleton, even a small city has everything it needs like a big city can provide to its residents. From beautiful affordable homes to convenient facilities to entertainment - they have it here. If you consider to live here, do it quickly and have your own piece of property. It won’t be long for Middleton to grow from its current cozy population of 8,600+ residents.

Middleton Homes For Sale

Middleton Real Estate Market

Active Listings: 13 Pending Home Sales: 73
Sold Properties in the Last 12 Months: 494 Avg. Days on Market: 35
Months of Supply: .32 Price Range: $90,000 - $1,005,000
Avg. Sold Price Last 12 Months: $354,846 Avg. Sold Price Last 48 Months: $310,221
Percentage of Price Change: 12.58% Avg. Square Footage: 1,364 sq ft

*MLS Data based on September 2020

Why Live in Middleton, ID?

Middleton got its name from its very location - being in the middle of the old Fort Boise and Keeney’s Ferry. It is the oldest settlement in Canyon County.  William N. Montgomery had the land parceled out in 1863. However, in 1872, the Boise River flooded and they had to cut a new channel which isolated the town on an island. They moved the town to a new location years after 1880. It was only in 1971 that the certification was issued after its incorporation in 1910.

This small town offers a lot of what the big cities offer. It is no wonder that this is becoming a popular destination for new settlers because the place is very ideal to raise a family and even start a business. Its low cost of living is unparalleled and the simplicity of life here is grand.

Middleton’s crime rate is one of the lowest rates there is in the United States. Residents rest easy because they feel safe and even have lesser worries about their family. It is also considered to be in the top 10 safest cities in the state.

Opportunities for employment here are getting better by the year. There is always a considerable increase per year which means that the economy here in Middleton is also progressing. With new businesses sprouting, population increasing, new homes being built, employment will always be on the rise.

If you think small city Middleton isn’t lively enough for you, think again. Middleton may be small, but it also has great recreational facilities and entertainment to let its residents and visitors have a great time either solo, in groups or with friends or the best, with their families. Greater Middleton Parks & Recreation District (GMPRDP) offers sports activities such as soccer, football and baseball. It also houses 3 beautiful parks where each of them offers unique activities. These parks are the Foote Park, Payne Park and Hawthorne Park. GMPRD also hosts events to keep the community stronger and that they can meet and get to know each other. Indian Creek Plaza and Caldwell Winter Wonderland are great places to go to and have a great time with your family and friends, along with many more activities throughout the year. Did I mention that Boise and Nampa are only a few miles away?

Education in Middleton

Schools in Middleton have an average ranking in the top 30% of the public schools in Idaho. Currently, there are 7 schools, of which are 5 public schools and 2 private schools. These schools belong to the Middleton District which is known to be efficient and dedicated to helping their students. The schools’ rating for Math proficiency is average and the reading proficiency is above average. Students enjoy the opportunity to have a one-on-one interaction with their teachers which is being experienced only in private schools. However, this is experienced here in Middleton schools. Teachers are very hands-on and can get to know their students more personally. Students get the proper attention from their teachers plus their parents' support which really means education is superb here.

Top Middleton Neighborhoods

Blue Meadows Cresent Lake Crossing at Meadow Park
Falcon Valley Fox Lantern High Plains Estates
Lansing Heights Middleton Lakes  Nottingham Greens
Powder River Sawtooth Lakes Stonehaven
Taylor Ridge The Lakes The Traditions
Thoroughbred Ranch West Highlands Western Pines
Westwood Wind River Estates Wyatts Hollow

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