Eagle, Idaho Building Lots

Eagle, Idaho (area code 83616) is recognized for having many of the nicest communities in the Boise Metro Area. This area is a thriving business community, uncrowded, and still a small town. Here you find a hospital, retail stores, restaurants, banking, corporate headquarters, and the Eagle Pavillion which hosts concerts in the summer. Many of the communities are lifestyle-themed, with amenities like golf, watersports, or outdoor living built into the subdivision. Some subdivisions have gated entrances or even separate gated sections within the subdivision for added privacy and exclusivity.

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Very nice view lot in the North Eagle foothills. No HOA's or CCR's. Brin gyour own building. Horses/livestock okay. Ride right from your own property. No requirement to build right away. This is being split off of a larger parcel. Split to be completed some time in mid April. Easy access off of N. Willow Creek Rd. Property is approximately 3-4 miles North of Beacon Light on Eagle Rd. Eagle Rd. turns into Willow Creek Rd.
Very private and secluded! Breath taking views upon this hilltop perch overlooking the mountains and valley. Private paved driveway, 2 wells septic, natural gas and foundation. Permitting and zoning allows for an ADU, mother-in-law or individual cottage. Plenty of acreage for barn/shop/toys. Bring your builder of choice and build your dream home!
Building lot available in Creighton Woods on the River, an Eagle community featuring waterfront and riverfront lots, golf course views and mountain views. This lot backs up to Banbury golf course and has views of Bogus. Must build with Paradigm Construction and there are house plans designed for the lot already so construction can start soon. Come to the quiet side of Eagle!
Great investment or development opportunity. Over 785 ft of State Street frontage in Eagle, and approximately 80 ft in depth. Total of 1.26 acres. Currently zoned RUT. Mixed commercial and residential within walking distance. Includes existing 2312 sf structure.
Some of the Best Views of the Boise Front Mountains, Foothills and Bogus Basin in the Valley. This property has a great buildable area along with a gentle east slope opening up the view shed. Located minutes from Downtown Eagle and Star. Come enjoy Idaho for all it is!
*Please be respectful of our neighbors. No drive-bys or access without a showing appointment. Thank you.* This view property is nestled in the Eagle foothills at the end of Triple Ridge Estates with beautiful estate properties along the meandering drive back to this location. Feels a million miles away, yet is close to shopping, restaurants and more. All photos and video taken standing on build site. Must see to fully appreciate. Breathtaking. Video tour: https://bit.ly/3fL9JIY
Tucked away in the Eagle Foothills, this 10 acres of land boasts spectacular 360 degree views! Bring your own builder and create the home of your dreams. The private community of Sageview Estates features a gated entrance, a private drive and the guarantee of tranquility and privacy.
One hundred sixty acre ranch property in the north eagle foothills. Two occupied dwellings which are non-conforming with Ada county. Current zoning allows for four lots. Access via private easements. By appointment only.
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1. Determine how much you want/need and are able to maintain properly. Acreage requires a lot of maintenance.
2. Will you have power and utilities onsite? How far away are they?
3. Does the property have city water and sewer or will you need to drill well and septic systems?
4. Foothill homesites may require engineering the land prior to the building, which can get expensive and time-consuming.
5. Is the property zoned to use as you intend to use it? Will the district allow someone to do more than build a single home on it?

 

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