Eagle Hills Subdivision Eagle, Idaho 83616

A great place to relax and enjoy the peaceful and fun atmosphere set against the backdrop of the Eagle Foothills.
Eagle Hills Subdivision Eagle ID

 

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Eagle Hills Subdivision consists of 3 cozy neighborhoods nestled in between the Eagle Hills Golf Course including Melvins Eagle Pointe, Eagle Hills East, and Eagle Hills West.

 

Eagle Hills is a great place for relaxation. Enjoy the peaceful and fun atmosphere in this neighborhood. Eagle Hills Golf Course is a public championship-inspired 18-hole course offering mature trees, rolling fairways, and challenging water features set against the backdrop of the Eagle foothills.

 

West Ada School District:

  • Eagle Hills Elementary
  • Eagle Middle
  • Eagle High

 

Eagle Hills Subdivision HOA:

  • $300 annually
  • $250 setup/transfer fee

 

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Homes for Sale at Eagle Hills Subdivision

Featured Eagle Hills Subdivision Homes June 20, 2024
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$156.46
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$414,900
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Both nines are walkable; those that prefer to ride may rent power carts. Practice facilities include a lake driving range and separate putting and chipping areas. The fully-stocked pro shop offers men's and ladies' apparel, gloves, shoes, clubs, balls, and golf accessories made by Nike, Mizuno, Callaway, Page and Tuttle, and more. Reasonable green fees and family discounts placed Eagle Hills as "One of 50 Best Bangs for the Buck in a Public Course" by Golf Magazine.