Homes for sale in Lakewood Subdivision in Southeast Boise bring balance the best qualities of old and new together in one place. Because the subdivision got its start in the 1970s, it has that mature feel that established subdivisions have, including solid trees, beautiful landscaping and a sense that life has progressed here for a long time.
However, Lakewood real estate also exists in the modern era. While the majority of the building in these neighborhoods stopped in the mid-90s, they still have a surprisingly modern feel. Lakewood consists of single-family homes built in numerous styles and sizes. Regardless of whether you like condos, patio homes or townhouses, you'll find the space that's just right for the needs of you and your family.
Homes in Lakewood feel solid and often feature elements such as hardwood floors, big bay windows and spacious garages. While not all of the homes for sale in Lakewood Subdivision in Southeast Boise have these types of architectural features, enough do that they're worth asking about.
And they even have some that will appeal specifically to you! For the family who loves a good cookout or potluck in the summer, many homes in this neighborhood have awesome backyards. For the nature lovers, there's plenty of walking paths and stunning trees to walk under. And for the chef in the house, spending time in the kitchen is a pleasure when you buy a home here, because there's ample space and a warm feeling to go with it.
Additionally, buying one of the homes for sale in Lakewood Subdivision in Boise puts you and your family in the heart of one of the best places to live in the Treasure Valley. Your grade school-aged kids will enjoy meeting new friends at White Pine Elementary School. You'll appreciate living near downtown Boise, the airport and a short distance from the freeway.
And because Lakewood real estate includes access to such Boise amenities as the greenbelt and the Boise River, Federal Way and shopping and Boise State University, you know that you'll live near everything you need. However, you won't get that claustrophobic feeling you sometimes get living in centrally-located neighborhoods. Instead, you'll feel the kind of balance you can only get from a neighborhood that combines the best of old and new features to ensure a quality living experience no matter what kind of home you buy.
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