Buying one of the homes for sale in Falling Brook subdivision in Boise means that you easily combine comfort and privacy in your living space. And while Falling Brook real estate may sit on some smaller lots, it gives you big access to the things you love most about living in the Treasure Valley.
Homes situated in Falling Brook subdivision tend to have lots about that are about .2 acres. Buying one of the homes for sale in Falling Brook allows you to live what residents here call the patio-home lifestyle. For you this means you have enough backyard space to invite the neighbors over for a barbecue or to hang out on a summer evening. What's missing from this is the enormous amount of time you'll spend doing lawn care and upkeep.
While it's true that not all the homes for sale in Falling Brook sit on small pieces of ground, enough do that the neighborhood itself has a simplicity about it that busy folks find really appealing. Of course, it doesn't hurt that it's situated just off Warm Springs Avenue and close to the Warm Springs Golf Course -- one of the premier destinations for golf in the area.
Additionally, Falling Brook real estate also puts you practically next door to the Idaho Botanical gardens, where you can take in one of the summer concerts or stroll about amongst the flora and fauna of the gardens. The Old Penn is next door to the Botanical Gardens as is the greenbelt and access to the Boise River. It's quite possible for residents of Falling Brook subdivision to take a long morning jog before heading off to work or to drop their fishing line in somewhere along the shores of the Boise River, which is located near the neighborhood.
All of this is set against some amazing views of the Boise Foothills and of Tablerock. Important local destinations such as St. Luke's, shopping at Winco or Whole Foods and downtown entertainment also count as some of the reasons people buy homes for sale in Falling Brook in Boise.
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