Boise North End Homes for Sale

One of Boise's oldest neighborhoods, the North End is tucked between the Boise Foothills west to 28th Street and north of Downtown Boise. The first suburban development in the city, homes here were built between 1878 and the 1940s. This is one of the most desirable areas, featuring some of the oldest and most spectacular historic properties with lots of character and charm while providing close proximity to downtown, just a 5-minute drive away. In the heart of the neighborhood is Hyde Park, its own enclave considered a charming downtown of its own, a neighborhood within a neighborhood that hosts a number of coffee houses, eateries, and unique shops. There are multiple parks for enjoying recreational activities, including Camel’s Back Park which sits at the base of the foothills offering a picturesque setting and access to more than 63 acres of biking and hiking trails. The annual Hyde Park Street Fair that takes place every September, a massive neighborhood picnic drawing more than 40,000, is here too.

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Boise North End May 23, 2024
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The North End neighborhood features a wide variety of architectural styles, from Victorian fixer-uppers and cottage bungalows to Queen Anne homes and century-old mansions along its tree-lined streets. All of this residential district is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Harrison Boulevard runs through the center, between N 17th and 18th Streets as one of the city’s most famously beautiful streets. Many well-known residents during the early years of Boise built their stately mansions here. 

While searching through the Boise North End real estate, you’ll find some magnificent million-dollar+ properties. Not only are there some stunning historic options but brand-new construction too. You might find the rare opportunity to own one with a view lot, complete with an open floor plan, a three-car garage, and a large deck that looks over downtown and the valley, with lots of fabulous indoor and outdoor living spaces. 

The North End lies between the Boise Foothills west to 28th Street and north of downtown, with homes constructed here between 1878 and the 1940s, providing lots of historic character. It was the first suburban development in Boise, located just a 5-minute drive from the center of downtown featuring a wide range of architectural styles. The entire residential district is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, with everything from fixer-upper and grand remodeled Victorians to Queen Anne homes and cottage bungalows. Harrison Boulevard travels through the center, running between N 17th and 18th streets, widely regarded as one of the most beautiful in the city. During Boise’s early years, this is where many notable residents built their mansions.

Hyde Park lies in the heart of the neighborhood, with a downtown all its own. A neighborhood within a neighborhood, here you’ll find unique shops, restaurants, and coffee houses, along with multiple parks for taking advantage of the great outdoors. That includes Camel’s Back Park which sits at the base of the foothills providing access to over 63 acres of hiking and biking trails along with a serene backdrop for activities. Residents also enjoy the community’s annual Hyde Park Street Fair in September, a huge neighborhood picnic that attracts over 40,000.

While searching through the properties among Historic North End real estate, you may find some incredible million-dollar+ properties as well as some brand-new construction and options in between. This is a fabulous place to call home, and if you’re fortunate, you might even discover that dream historic gem that’s been lovingly updated while retaining original features, complete with five or more bedrooms, ideal for opening a bed and breakfast.

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