Harris Ranch Homes in Boise, ID
These tree-lined streets and cute houses boast the appearance to be straight out of a storybook. Harris Ranch is surrounded by wetlands and intends to keep it that way, ensuring that its residents get the benefits of the nearby city and foothills’ wildlife.
What makes Harris Ranch Homes a great place to live?
The homes of Harris Ranch tend to have three to five bedrooms and a two-car or three-car garage. The size can be anywhere from 1,600 square feet to over 4,000 square feet, on a lot smaller than one-tenth of an acre to a third of an acre or more. Construction in the Boise subdivision began in 2000 and is still going. Harris Ranch has several common areas with pathways, as well as community clubhouses and pools.
Harris Ranch is on the southeastern edge of Boise, close to the hills and Lucky Peak Reservoir, a popular boating spot. The foothills next to Harris Ranch have trails ideal for hiking and mountain biking within the Ridge to Rivers system. If this isn't enough for outdoors enthusiasts, the Boise River is right by the subdivision, offering opportunities for fishing, boating, and a beautiful place to bike, run, or stroll.
Harris Ranch is close to the Idaho Shakespeare Festival's outdoor theater, Riverstone International School, and a handful of eateries and services--enough to keep the area fairly self-sufficient but not enough to make it very busy. However, Boise's downtown is less than a fifteen-minute drive away, with all kinds of shopping, eating, nightlife, services, sights, and more.
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