Are you considering a move to the Boise area? With so many great neighborhoods to choose from, it can be hard to know where to start your search. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of some of the top neighborhoods in the Treasure Valley to help you make the best decision for you and your family.
The Treasure Valley is a thriving region with a growing economy, a low cost of living, and a high quality of life. Whether you’re looking for a historic neighborhood, a family-friendly suburb, or an upscale city, there’s something for everyone here.
First up is the historic North End neighborhood, which features smaller homes full of character and craftsmanship. According to Niche, the North End is ranked as the #1 neighborhood in Boise for families, with an overall grade of A+. It’s also ranked #1 for best neighborhoods for young professionals and #2 for best neighborhoods for retirees. With Hyde Park nearby, you’ll have access to a variety of dining and shopping options, as well as Camelback Park, which is perfect for biking, hiking, and tennis. And, being close to downtown, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to explore the farmers market, the Boise Zoo, museums, restaurants, and bars.
If you’re looking for something closer to downtown and enjoy outdoor activities, Southeast Boise might be the perfect fit for you. According to Niche, Southeast Boise is ranked as the #2 neighborhood in Boise for families, with an overall grade of A. It’s also ranked #3 for best neighborhoods for young professionals and #6 for best neighborhoods for retirees. With the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center, the Idaho Shakespeare Festival, and the Idaho Botanical Gardens, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to learn and explore. And, for a fun summer day, head to Roaring Springs or Wahooz Family Fun Zone.
Meridian is another great option, with a variety of suburbs to choose from. Meridian is ranked as the #3 best place to live in Idaho, with an overall grade of A+. It’s also ranked #1 for the best suburbs to buy a house in Idaho and #2 for the best suburbs to raise a family in Idaho. Both North and South Meridian offer top school districts and amenities like Costco and the Village shopping center.
For a small-town feel, consider Star or Kuna. Star is ranked as the #1 best place to live in Canyon County, with an overall grade of A. It’s also ranked #2 for best suburbs to raise a family in Idaho. Kuna offers a ton of farmland, public shooting ranges, and hiking options like Swan Falls Dam and Park.
Last but not least, we have Eagle, which is ranked as the #1 best place to live in Idaho, with an overall grade of A+. It’s also ranked #1 for the best suburbs to buy a house in Idaho and #1 for the best suburbs to raise a family in Idaho. With nationally recognized schools, larger lots, and plenty of outdoor activities like golfing, biking, and sledding, Eagle is a great place to call home. You’ll also find farmers markets, a rodeo, and Eagle Fun Days, which includes a wet and wild parade, a car show, and fireworks.
No matter what you’re looking for in a neighborhood, the Treasure Valley has something to offer. We hope this list, along with some key data, has helped you narrow down your search and find the perfect place to call home. And if you need more information, feel free to reach out to us. Welcome to Boise!
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