Lancaster Terrace Homes in Boise, ID
This classic Boise neighborhood, set into the foothills just above the North End, is known for picture book houses, great trees, and fantastic views of the city and the foothills. Lancaster Terrace bridges the city and nature, giving residents the best of both.
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What makes Lancaster Terrace Homes a great place to live?
The houses in Lancaster Terrace tend to have three to four bedrooms and a two-car garage. The size varies enormously, from under 1,700 square feet to over 4,000 square feet. Mostly built in the 60’s and 70’s, though some are newer, the homes are on about one-fifth to one-half of an acre each.
Lancaster Terrace is in a quieter part of Boise, despite its proximity to downtown. These homes are mostly surrounded by other homes and the foothills themselves. However, there are a few eateries and services right by the neighborhood for the convenience of the residents, including Lulu’s Pizza and the Highlands Hollow Brewery.
Lancaster Terrace is just about the Boise North End, an area filled with historic buildings, specialty shops, and tree-lined streets. Harrison Boulevard is just east of the neighborhood and leads right to Boise’s downtown. There you can find restaurants, shopping, theaters, beautiful parks, nightlife, and more.
Outdoors enthusiasts will find their place in Lancaster Terrace, with the foothills as their backyard. A network of trails ideal for hikers and mountain bikers winds through the area, and the Hull’s Gulch/Camel’s Back Reserve trail system is not far away. Both are part of the Ridge to Rivers Trail System. Bogus Basin is also just up the road, a popular destination for those who love to ski.
For this blend of beauty, convenience, and recreation, come visit Lancaster Terrace today!
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