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Real Estate in Meridian, Idaho
Meridian is the third largest city in Idaho, nestled between Boise and Nampa. This great location provides amazing access to all of Treasure Valley, making your commutes to work as easy as possible. Residents will have access to a wide range of amenities, cultural sites, and entertainment options that are perfect for the entire family. Established in 1891 and incorporated in 1903, Meridian began as a productive farming town, with many early settlers from Missouri emigrating to the area by wagon train or railroad car. Today, homes in Meridian are part of a vibrant, prosperous, and caring community, with a focus on living, working, and raising a family right in the heart of the Treasure Valley. Keep reading about Meridian homes for sale and its amenities below.
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Meridian Real Estate Information
Owing to its fast-growing property market, homes for sale in Meridian are mostly single-family, detached new-constructions. These homes present an excellent range of sizes, styles, and price points, all with efficient and stylish design.
Design styles on offer within Meridian's real estate market include new-traditional homes in frame-and-clapboard finishes, Prairie or West-Coast modern, as well as American Craftsman inspired details.
Expect to see decorative brick and stone accents around foundations, and a variety of forward-facing gable configurations, or tall and flat hipped-roof combinations. These latter types often exhibit Mediterranean-style central towers, while the more chateau-inspired homes favor understated, recessed entryways.
As for the Craftsman-esque homes, here you'll see sturdy pillars, wide front porches, eave supports, and almost-rustic looking shingle siding.
Treasure Valley is known for its changing seasons, and to accommodate for this, new homes in Meridian have the best in energy-efficient fittings and construction. So, not only will you be comfortable, but you'll also save money.
Interior finishes tend to include many luxury and designer features, including spa-like bathrooms, gourmet kitchens, and sleek open-concept design. Larger examples will amaze with their list of extra spaces, from game rooms to RV garages.
On Meridian's semi-rural outskirts, you can also find multi-acre properties with grand, sprawling homes at very competitive prices. At this point in the market, generous home theaters, game rooms, and spaces for storing ample quantities of wine are not uncommon.
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Learn More About Meridian, ID
Meridian is a fast growing urban and residential center between Boise and Nampa in Idaho's scenic Treasure Valley.
The majority of Meridian lies along the flat valley floor, between the I-84 and the Boise River to the north. Expanding into once-farmland, the city is laid out in a typical grid pattern, making navigation easy, and canals crisscross the landscape where new developments border scenic fields.
From central Meridian, residents can make it to Boise in less than 20 minutes, and Nampa in less than 15. Boise Airport is also less than 20 minutes away.
Parks & Recreation in Meridian
Despite its recent growth, Meridian is more than just an "up and coming" area. Meridian has officially arrived thanks to thoughtful planning, an excellent community, and its useful proximity to both Boise and Nampa.
Some attractions in the area include:
Eagle Island State Park - North of Meridian, near Eagle, this large park includes trails and picnic areas, all located near the scenic Boise River.
Roaring Springs Water Park - Just south of the I-84, this location includes everything a water park should have: A wave pool, lazy river, and scary slides.
Wahooz Family Fun Zone - Right next door to the water park, this facility is crammed to the rafters with fun and games, including arcades, bowling, go-karting, and batting cages.
Settlers Park - Meridian's go-to park for softball, baseball, tennis, and large open fields for outdoor fun.
Julius M. Kleiner Park - This giant park includes miles of trails, water features, and an outdoor stage.
Students in Meridian are served by the West Ada School District - a large district including 49 schools. High schools in the area are:
- Central Academy
- Meridian Academy
- Renaissance High School
- Mountain View High School
- Meridian High School
- Centennial High School
- Meridian Medical Arts Charter High School
- Meridian Technical Charter High School
- Rocky Mountain High School
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Listing information last updated on September 21st, 2019 at 7:15am MDT.