Warm Springs Homes for Sale

Warm Springs Avenue is both a street and a neighborhood, stretching for about seven miles and featuring around 400 homes. It begins at Broadway Avenue just east of Downtown Boise and continues through the Warm Springs Historic District, Idaho Botanical Garden, and into the Boise Foothills, including the communities of El Paseo and Warm Springs Mesa before ending at Barber Valley. The foothills are just to the north, while the Boise River is just south. It’s renowned for its easy access to outdoor activities like cycling, kayaking, fishing, and floating, many area residents coming to float the river during the warmer months of the year. The avenue also has some significant historic sites. The restored Trolley House restaurant is on the National Register of Historic Places, located at the spot that was the end of the line for streets that stopped running in 1920. Just a few miles from the west end is Downtown, an easy pedal away with its local restaurants, shops, and galleries.

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Warm Springs April 18, 2024
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Learn More About Warm Springs Neighborhood

Warm Springs real estate includes the majority of the 96 homes in the Warm Springs Avenue Historic District. It’s primarily made up of houses that were built between 1870 and 1940 in architectural styles that range from Tudor Revival and Colonial Revival to bungalow. The most prominent standouts in the neighborhood date from the 1890s which were some of the first homes in the country to use geothermal energy thanks to the drilling of a hot water well. Many still use some form today for water, space, and/or floor heating.

As you browse the Warm Springs real estate you’re likely to find some spectacular options like a nearly 6,900-square-foot 1920 Georgian Colonial, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, set back from the street behind a gated front lawn with lots of luxurious features. Or, a 1937 vintage Tudor-style home, with its original elegance maintained while adding top-of-the-line details like hardwood floors and a remodeled kitchen with a professional Viking range, custom cabinetry, and granite countertops. 

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