Harrison Boulevard Homes for Sale

Harrison Boulevard is one of the most attractive thoroughfares in the city, with many of the most prominent citizens of Boise building their homes here during the early party of the 20th century. As a result, it features an outstanding mix of architectural styles that make it one of the most historic and picturesque neighborhoods in Boise. There are lampstands at every intersection, bookending a center park strip with blossoming trees. McAuley Park anchors the south end, while the Harrison Hollow commercial district and Hill Road is to the north. It will especially appeal to those looking for a tranquil, more relaxed environment and enjoy spending time in green spaces. The neighborhood is typically very quiet with little traffic noise while public green spaces are spread throughout with several easy to reach from most locations.

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Harrison Boulevard November 25, 2020
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Learn More About Harrison Boulevard Neighborhood

Boise’s Borah neighborhood is home a several pubic green spaces residents can explore, including Borah Park, a 13-acre park with a community garden, outdoor pool, splash pad, playground, open play area, public art, chess tables and picnic shelters. It has a population of a little over 7,000, made up of everyone from young professionals to families, who can take advantage of the above average schools. Here, most residents own their homes, with single detached homes the most common type, primarily made up of two- and three-bedroom homes. As the biggest building boom in Borah occurred from 1960 through 1980, most housing available dates to this period. 

While browsing the Borah neighborhood homes for sale, you’ll not as above, that most homes date between 1960 and 1980, but that doesn’t mean they don’t come with modern amenities. It often features some excellent starter homes that have been beautifully updated yet come at a budget-friendly price, along with fantastic remodels, that have been totally renovated inside and out, with a new roof, new windows, Master en-suite, and custom touches throughout, while still offering outstanding affordability.

As you browse the Borah Neighborhood real estate, if you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact Waypoint Real Estate Group. We would be more than happy you find your perfect property!

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