Lakewood Subdivision | SE Boise
Southeast Boise is one of the most desirable areas of Boise to live in. Lakewood is an established neighborhood with tons of mature trees, three ponds with waterfront properties, and community parks. Timberline High School and White Pine Elementary are adjacent to the subdivision, which allows kids to easily and safely walk or bike to school.
Thanks to three man-made ponds that used to be livestock drinking ponds, Lakewood has multiple waterfront properties. Throughout its expansive size that stretches across Geckeler Lane, Lakewood has plenty of higher-end and high-end houses on good-sized lots. The area is lauded for its safety, cleanliness, and high standard of living in an established neighborhood.
Southeast Boise is so popular and in-demand because of the mixture of high-end and mid-range homes, as well as its proximity to what makes Boise so great. The foothills and Table Rock (which can be seen in the 360 to the north), Boise State University, Micron HQ, downtown Boise, the Boise Greenbelt, Lucky Peak reservoir, and the Harris Ranch master-planned community are all a short drive away.
Kids living in Lakewood will attend these schools in the Boise School District:
White Pine Elementary
Les Bois Junior High
White Pine and Timberline back up to Lakewood, so kids can easily and safely walk to bike to school every day without having to use a main road.
Here is Build Idaho’s exclusive aerial 360 of part of Lakewood. Glinden Place is also in this view next to the Lakewood Montessori. Glinden Place is the short cul-de-sac infill subdivision.