Eagle Real Estate
Eagle, Idaho, has grown from a little town of 350 people in 1970 to a lively community of well over 25,000 people now. It is known for its several high-end neighborhoods and higher-than-average housing values to back it up. Due to its tiny core and vast neighborhoods next to the countryside, the city has been dubbed “rurban.” It also boasts a flourishing commercial community.
Eagle used to be a community centered on Old State Street in downtown Eagle, particularly the Orville Jackson Store. At Eagle Road and State Street, there is now a flourishing commercial district along the Boise River. A hospital, retail stores, restaurants, banks and business offices are all located here.
Eagle Real Estate Market
Eagle has a population of 29,796 people and a typical property value of $569,644.
The single most frequent housing type in Eagle is single-family detached homes, which account for nearly 90% of the city’s housing units. Large apartment complexes or high-rise apartments, mobile homes or trailers and a few duplexes, residences converted to apartments or other small apartment structures are also common in Eagle.
The Architecture of Eagle Homes
The houses in Eagle come in a wide range of sizes and architectural styles. Houses of the Craftsman, Colonial Revival, English Cottage, Italianate, Mediterranean, Prairie School, Queen Ann, Romanesque Revival and Tudor can be seen in Eagle.
Living in Eagle
Eagle is about 10miles outside of Boise, Idaho’s capital, and provides inhabitants with recreational and city facilities, allowing for upmarket shopping as well as weekend camping outings and treks to Bogus Basin Resort for some skiing.
Eagle has managed to combine the aspects of suburban and urban living that a person would desire in a unique town.
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