Buy one of the homes for sale in El Paseo subdivision in Boise, and it's likely that you'll hear people exclaim, "What an incredible view!" more than anything else they'll say about your neighborhood. Which is not to say, that there's not A LOT that's great about this subdivision. It's just that the views make all the other amenities come more sharply in focus.
The great views also speak to the great landscapes that make up the area, something that serious hikers and mountain bikers will appreciate. Buying a piece of El Paseo real estate is like buying a timeshare on a giant playground if you're the outdoorsy type. You get direct foothills access when you live in the El Paseo subdivision, and depending on what the whim of the day brings you, you can head out for a leisurely ride or a hard-riding adventure on the trails. From the subdivision, you get direct access to the Ridge to River trail system.
Also right near El Paseo real estate lies the Warm Springs Golf Course. The golf course offers a championship course, shaded by an overhead canopy of mature trees. It's close enough to both the subdivision and downtown that you can fit in a quick game before or after work. The greens are lush and inviting and filled with an abundance of ponds and plenty of stunning views around the golf course. There's also an onsite cafe where you can stop to grab a bite to eat before heading off to your next activity.
Life at El Paseo subdivision also nets you -- literally -- time spent on the water. The Boise River is nearby and within the space of a few minutes, you can be out your door and dropping your line into the river. Or you can take your raft or kayak out to see if you can conquer the waves. Summertime water activities rank highly among Boiseans, and buying one of the homes for sale in El Paseo situates you near the action.
Additionally, El Paseo real estate also gives you direct access to Warm Springs Avenue. Taking the road one way will eventually lead you out toward Bown Crossing, the Idaho Shakespeare Festival and Lucky Peak. Going in the other direction, you'll hit downtown and Boise State. It's easy to leave the neighborhood to go to work or to take your kids to and from school if you buy one of the homes for sale in El Paseo.
As for the homes themselves, the unique architecture of the buildings in this subdivision counts as the big draw. The way the homes are built reflects the rugged beauty of the landscape, but at the same time softens it a bit.
The floor plans inside the homes can be spacious and open with plenty of rooms that feature large windows to bring the incredible views into your personal space. Wildlife sightings will become a regular part of your morning routine and when you need to get out of the house, you'll enjoy experiencing the common areas of El Paseo with family and friends against your backdrop of amazing views.
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