$59,900  Eagle, Idaho
WELCOME HOME to this wonderful, open floor plan, split bedroom manufactured home in a very desirable Eagle community. It's in the heart of downtown, so you can't beat this location! The HVAC has been serviced yearly. Washer & Dryer may be negotiated with offer. Home must be owner occupied. Lot rent is $450/month, which includes garbage, sewer, and water.
Call Misty Carter 208-989-5141

$69,000  Caldwell, Idaho
Come build your dream home. Tremendous views of the Owyhee Mtns and Snake River Valley. Close to Lake Lowell and Snake River. Rural subdivision with fire suppression system, pressurized irrigation and flood irrigation, community water. Water hook up fee is $250
Call Mark Petras 2014

$429,900  Wilder, Idaho
Single level, 4 bedroom home on one acre. Fantastic view of Snake River Valley, Owyhee Mountains, hop fields. Natural gas heating, cooking and laundry. Three car garage, textured finished walls, auto lights, and climate controlled crawl space, bring your classic car. Two covered porches, front and back. Close to River Bend Golf Course. Unobstructed views. Plenty of room for your shop, toys and RV. Lawn with sprinkler system. Attic with catwalk and lights. Enjoy country living.
Call Karen Dick 208-807-4154

$34,900  Fairfield, Idaho
Welcome to your gateway to all things Sawtooth Forest. Immediate access to endless recreational possibilities. Great views of the Camas Prairie and towering Soldier Peaks. Short drive to Ski Area. One hour drive to Sun Valley. Plat map available at green "D" tab above.
Call Steve Claridge 208-539-2833

$1,590,000  Boise, Idaho
What if you bought an upfront city view home like this, 20 yrs ago in Seattle or Los Angeles, in now one of the fastest growing US cities? Privacy on end of no-through-street, 17 city blocks from the Capitol, great alternative to downtown condo w/attached garage and NO ($0) HOA dues. Incls 3-balconies and outdoor dining patio, home office, 180sf master closet, 10x20 laundry/hobby rm, game rm w/kitchenette. 48” refer included not shown. In final phase of construction. Open house Sundays 2-4pm beginning 6/23.
Call Christie Roth 208-866-4489

Boise Sports Teams

If you like sports you will love living in Boise.

Football, baseball, hockey and basketball are all well represented in the Boise area. Boise State Broncos football is the local powerhouse but Idaho Steelheads hockey, Boise Hawks baseball and Idaho Stampede basketball all offer professional quality game play and heart pounding competition. No matter which sport you favor, you will not be disappointed.

Boise also offers a wide range of individual sports including golfing, skiing, mountain biking, boating, hiking, river rafting, fishing and more. One of the advantages of living in Idaho is the easy access to quality outdoor activities.

Whether you enjoy watching sports, participating in sports or both, the Boise area truly has it all.

Boise State Broncos Idaho Steelheads Boise Hawks Idaho Stampede

Boise Broncos StadiumFootball - Boise State Broncos

The Boise State Broncos are the most widely followed sports team in the Boise area. When it’s game day in Boise there is unparalleled excitement throughout the city. Game day in Boise is a big deal.

The Broncos play at the 33,500 seat Bronco Stadium located at Boise State University. Most Bronco home games are sold out or near capacity. Those without a ticket are often at home watching the game with family and friends or enjoying the massive tailgate party outside the stadium. Many fans bring portable generators, televisions and satellite receivers so that those without tickets can enjoy the game.

The Broncos play as part of the Western Athletic Conference (WAC) and are members of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). All Bronco home games are televised and several games each season are nationally broadcast on ESPN.

Go Orange, Go Big Blue, Fight, Fight, BSU !!!

website: BroncoSports.com

Idaho Steelheads Qwest ArenaHockey - Idaho Steelheads

Steelheads hockey offers everything you would expect from a professional hockey franchise. Fast paced action, structured plays, impressive goalkeeping, bone crunching body checks and, of course, hockey fights. Steelheads games are typically held on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. The best crowds are found on weekends.

The Idaho Steelheads are an ECHL professional hockey team and an AA affiliate of the NHL Dallas Stars. The Steelheads are the ECHL Kelley Cup Champions in the 2003-2004 and 2006-2007 seasons. The ECHL is a twenty team, nationwide league.

The Steelheads play in downtown Boise in the 5,000 seat Qwest Arena. The Qwest arena is a complete, full service venue and the environment is safe and very family friendly. Tickets range from $9.00 to $32.50. Hot dogs, pizza, subs, ice cream, popcorn, soda, candy and many other goodies are available. Beer, wine and mixed drinks are served.

website: IdahoSteelheads.com



Boise Hawks StadiumBaseball - Boise Hawks

There's nothing like enjoying a relaxing day of summertime baseball and the Boise Hawks don't disappoint.

The Boise Hawks play in the 3,500 seat Memorial Stadium located on the banks of the Boise River. Full concessions are offered including hot dogs, hamburgers, fries, popcorn, soda, candy and of course peanuts and cracker jacks. In addition to watching the game, kids can also have fun in the Kid's Park down the right field line where a bounce house, obstacle course, speed pitch and a whiffle ball park provide for a truly fun filled afternoon. There are also plenty of fireworks nights to enjoy.

The Boise Hawks are a farm team for the Chicago Cubs and compete in the class A Northwest League of Professional Baseball. Notable former players from the league include Reggie Jackson, Ozzie Smith and Tony Gwynn. The Boise Hawks are six time league champions. The franchise was formed in 1987.

website: BoiseHawks.com

Idaho Stampede Qwest ArenaBasketball - Idaho Stampede

The Idaho Stampede are part of the NBA Development League and are affiliated with the Portland Trailblazers and the Denver Nuggets. The Stampede are the Western Division champions for the 2005-2006 season and League champions for the 2007-2008 season. The team was founded in 1997.

The Idaho Stampede is serious basketball. In the 2006-2007 season thirty-five former Development League players were on the NBA opening day roster. The NBA development league consists of sixteen teams and functions as a true minor league farm system for the NBA.

The Idaho Stampede play in downtown Boise Idaho at the 5,000 seat Qwest arena. In addition to traditional stadium seating the venue also provides for substantial courtside seating, surrounding floor table seating as well as play areas and ball and hoop games for the kids.

website: IdahoStampede.com