Southeast Boise

Southeast Boise Real Estate

Southeast Boise is one of the most established districts here in Boise, and most of its community are very hot in the market. People love this area as it offers convenience, fun and opportunities to its residents. It is bordered to the North by the Boise River, to the West by the Boise State University, to the South by the Interstate and to the East by the Boise Foothills and the Highway 21. Most of the homes here were built around the 1940s to the 2000s, and many of them have more mature and beautiful landscapes to beautify the space. This area includes a variety of different home styles that give a lot of options for residents to choose from.

Southeast Boise Homes for Sale 

Advantages of Living in Southeast Boise

Southeast Boise homes offer a variety of architectural designs. However, the newer homes are known for their “slimline” style. Most of the neighborhoods here enjoy the easy access to the Greenbelt and the Boise River. Some of them are even a short walk away. 

Popular neighborhoods in this area are Columbia Village, River Run, Lakewood, and Pier Pointe, Surprise Valley features stately homes with picturesque valley views and is also found here. Spring Meadow and Wood Duck are also found here in Southeast Boise.

Though Southeast Boise there are a lot of community homes, and never wavered to maintain the beauty of nature. It has also maintained the peaceful atmosphere that people have been enjoying ever since. Its location and proximity to the Boise River provides a calm and serene atmosphere and the perfect vibe for Southeast Boise communities.

Southeast Boise is full of options for activities and offers a great active lifestyle to its residents. It is home to 12 beautiful recreational parks which include Ann Morrison Park, Julia M. Davies Memorial Park, Barber Park and the Simplot Sports Complex, and just minutes away from the Lucky Peak Reservoir. With this said, hiking, biking, camping, boating, waterskiing and wakeboarding and many more activities await locals and the visitors here.

Bown Crossing is just around the corner where there are many shops and restaurants on Boise Avenue. It is even home to an old-fashioned candy shop where every kid will fall in love.

The Idaho Shakespeare Festival, Theater Oregon Trail Reserve, Boise Train Depot, Koi Ponds, and the Intermountain Bird Observatory are great attractions that are a must-see while in this part of town. 

The Southeast Boise area is a part of the Boise School District, and your mind will be put at ease to know the school district has high performance-rating schools with commendable student ratings.

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