Warm Springs Avenue Homes in Boise, ID
Warm Springs Avenue is famous for the historic mansions lining the title street, heated with water from a local hot spring. Though this is the common association with this Boise neighborhood, there is more to it than that. The Warm Springs Avenue subdivision contains these lovely estates and all other kinds of homes, ensuring that almost anyone could find the ideal house here.
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The homes of Warm Springs Avenue have one to five bedrooms, though most have two or three, usually a two-car or three-car garage. The age of the homes varies drastically, from built in 1900 to built in 2012, though the majority of homes were built before the 80's. Because of the vast range in age, the styles are just as varied, from Queen Anne cottages to chic, sharp contemporary homes. The size of the property also can be from under 1,000 square feet on under one-tenth of an acre to over 5,000 square feet on over half an acre.
Warm Springs Avenue is near the city's edge and the beginning of the foothills. The trails in the Military Reserve Park connect to these streets, ensuring that residents here have access to the famous Boise hiking and mountain biking trails.
Aside from the wonderful outdoors opportunities, the city also offers a lot to Warm Springs Avenue. The Boise subdivision is close to downtown, where you can find all kinds of shopping, nightlife, services, and entertainment. Boise State University is even closer and hosts all kinds of events, from musical performances to guest lectures to Bronco football. On the other side of Warm Springs Avenue are the Botanical Gardens, which often host outdoor concerts, and the Old Idaho Penitentiary Site.
Children in the area attend Roosevelt Elementary (within the neighborhood itself), North Junior High, and Boise High School. For more information, visit the Boise School District's website.
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