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Northwest Boise Real Estate

In northwest Boise, you will find a mixture of suburban homes as well as luxury homes in the Boise Foothills. The suburban homes are along State Street, Hill Road, and Chinden Boulevard, all of which provide easy access to anywhere in Boise, shopping, dining, and whatever services you need. The Boise River and the Greenbelt are easily accessible and can take you to places like Whitewater Park, numerous city parks, downtown Boise, and Eagle. Many high-end subdivisions have properties that back up to golf courses, rivers, and lakes. In addition, there are plenty of starter and mid-range homes as well as townhomes and condominiums.

In the exclusive foothills subdivisions, residents experience unparalleled views of the Boise Valley and the Boise Foothills. Imagine being able to walk to the end of your street and start hiking in BLM land. That’s a perk of living in foothills communities like Hidden Springs and Dry Creek Ranch. It’s an upscale lifestyle that is difficult to beat once you’ve experienced it.

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Northwest Boise subdivisions

Amber Estates
Avimor Subdivision
Avimor Existing Homes for Sale
Avimor Aerial View
Belmar Estates
Blacksmith Condominiums
Bonita Hills
Briarhill Subdivision
Caille Ridge
Carlton Bay
Cartwright Ranch
Chelmsford Place
Dry Creek Ranch
Eagle Springs Estates
Echanove
Echo Creek Subdivision
Edgewater Estates of Lakeland Village
Edgewood Estates Subdivision
Fairmount Square
Gary Lane Meadows
Hidden Springs
Hillside Subdivision
Lake Harbor
Lakeland Village
Millwell Place Subdivision
Moorgate Square Subdivision
Panamint Villas
Panther Creek
Pebble Creek Subdivision
Phantom Creek Subdivision
Pinebrook Place
Prominence Subdivision
Red Hawk
Rivers Bend at Ulmer Hollow
Rolling Hills at Hidden Springs
Seaman Subdivision
Serrano Court
Shadow Hills Subdivision
Sombra Canyon
Spiker Subdivision Boise
Stans Homeplace Subdivision
Sweetwater Subdivision
Tana Heights
Ulmer Lane Townhomes
Willowgreens on the Greenbelt