In the 1820s, French fur trappers made their way through the Boise River Valley eventually settling and opening up a center of trade between native inhabitants and the new people of the west. Areas of Boise, Idaho are best known for having a wide variety of citizens with unique backgrounds, helping it to grow into a dynamic city with an historic heritage and picture perfect communities and neighborhoods.
Boise, in its own right, is the most populous city in Idaho. A busy capital city, Boise does have quiet, picturesque areas that sit in the heart of the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, near the Boise River in Southwestern Idaho. Just past the tree-lined drives and the quiet neighborhoods of the North End, lies the Boise View Homes. If you are looking to leave the hustle and bustle of city life in Boise behind, the Boise View Homes area has just what you need to take life one day at a time.
Home to some of the oldest homes and neighborhoods in Boise, the Boise View Homes area provides the best scenic backgrounds nature has to offer. Many homes have a spectacular view of the Boise River or downtown Boise, itself. El Paseo offers luxury living, outside of Boise, right in the Boise View Homes area. Your home will either be overlooking the Boise River or the Warm Springs Golf Course, which gets its name from the natural hot springs that flow from Boise's fault line.
Outdoor enthusiasts will love being able to hike, bike, walk, or take in the wildlife, right from the Boise View Homes area. However, if the outdoors is not your thing, the Boise View Homes area is just minutes from many local activities and businesses, including the Hyde Park Street Fair, which features exotic foods, cold beer, a wine garden, live music, community entertainers, and activities for kids. The Idaho Shakespeare Festival also takes place every June through September, featuring different theater productions of various Shakespeare works in a picnic type setting.