Boise State University Homes for Sale

Located in the southern section of Boise, many consider the Boise State University area to be a residential pocket of its own. It includes neighborhoods located south-west and south of the university’s campus and as you might expect, it has the highest concentration of students and professors, along with researchers. It has lots of housing that caters to the university crowd and is especially ideal for anyone who wants to be close to Boise State and enjoy all sorts of amenities, including restaurants, bars and shopping. While it was once primarily college students living here, there are many types of residents with homebuyers choosing to live here for many of the same reasons that students have.

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Downtown Boise is just around the corner from Boise State University, making it easy to reach on foot or two wheels to enjoy its dozens of restaurants, cafes, coffee houses, entertainment venues, and cultural attractions. The Friendship Bridge links the Greenbelt and Julia Davis Park to the university, making it easy to access the Boise River and beautiful Julia Davis Park which contains a number of popular sites like the Boise Art Museum, the Idaho Historical Museum, Zoo Boise, and more as well as offering a pond with paddle boat rentals, a rose garden, tennis court, and playground. The homes in the Boise State University area are primarily small- to medium-sized and were constructed between the 1940s and 1960s; however, there are also homes built between 1970 and 1999 as well as new properties being built on existing city lots, which means you’ll find a wide variety of housing options, including styles and age. 

With Boise State University real estate so highly coveted and often purchased by the university itself, if you’re looking for a home here, you’ll want to keep a close eye out, checking availability frequently. When something is listed here it sells quickly so it’s a must to act fast when you find a property that meets your needs.  

As you browse the Boise State University properties, if you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact Waypoint Real Estate Group. We would be more than happy to help you find your perfect property