Paramount in Meridian, Idaho consists of more than just a lot & block. By design, the tree-lined streets encourage families to ride bikes together, kids to play together, and neighbors to chat on the front porch over iced tea. During the summer, holidays such as the Fourth of July, see a decorative array of bikes decorated with red, white and blue balloons and streamers ride down the streets. In the winter, blue and white lights twinkle against a misty night sky, replacing the patriotic theme with the nostalgic look of Christmas.
This subdivision enjoys a level of integration that few in the Treasure Valley do. When the builders and developers of this neighborhood designed the community, they looked to the architecture and quaintness of traditional European villages. These styles give the neighborhood and the homes for sale in Paramount an instant feeling of credibility and solidness that many other types of subdivisions may lack. But despite its historic leanings, this subdivision also acknowledges that life has changed drastically in the years leading up to the 21st century. The sometimes outrageous price of gasoline added to the tensions caused by long commutes to work have inspired a longing in many to experience the totality of their lives closer to their front doorsteps.
For these people, the homes for sale in Paramount allow them to enjoy many on-site amenities that once required them to drive great distances to reach. An online community exists, which connects residents with everything from used bookshelves to a babysitter for an evening out. Beyond the realm of cyberspace, the physical community of Paramount in Meridian, Idaho provides residents with swimming pools, including a kiddie pool, with more pools planned. People interested in keeping fit will appreciate the on-site workout room. Others who'd like to stay close to home for events such as small family reunions find everything they'll need in the on-site event room and catering kitchen.
But no community can exist without the businesses and shops that allow the residents to make a living and to connect with the broader world. Fortunately, the developers and builders of Paramount in Meridian, Idaho have included plans for office and retail spaces within the confines of the subdivision. Whether it's shopping for a small gift item for an upcoming party or finding a small cleaning business to spiffy up a home, residents of Paramount will locate many of the goods and services they need right in their own backyard.
Aside from offering them the convenience of being able to take care of some of the personal errands that people face each day, Paramount in Meridian, Idaho also provides families with outstanding educational opportunities for their kids. Within the subdivision both Paramount School and Rocky Mountain High School have found homes. And just across Meridian Road, neighborhood students attend Heritage Middle School*.
But at the end of the day, the offerings of this neighborhood would mean little if it didn't allow for easy access to the wide world beyond the subdivision. People buying one of the homes for sale in Paramount quickly reach many of the spots in the Treasure Valley within a matter of a few minutes. I-84, Chinden Boulevard and Highway 44 bring neighborhood residents to Boise.
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