Garden City Idaho Homes for Sale
Garden City, Idaho welcomes all! Located adjacent to Boise, many don't even consider it a separate city. It is comprised of about 3 miles along the Boise River and just below the Boise Bench. Even though this is a relatively small area, it is very diverse. The main thoroughfare is Chinden Blvd. Here you will find everything for sale from boats, RV's, and cars, to endless services like mom and pop stores, furniture and upholstery, and plenty of places to eat. Garden City is also home to many up-and-coming breweries and wineries, as well as the Visual Arts Collective. Garden City has it all.
Garden City offers its residents great parks and obviously with the water and paths plenty of outdoor opportunities. On nearly any given day, you will find Glenwood buzzing with people fishing in the river, attending an event at the Western Idaho Fairgrounds, attending a concert at the Revolution Concert House, or watching Boise Hawks Minor League Baseball at Memorial Stadium.
The newest feature of Garden City is Whitewater Park. Created specifically to give kayakers a place to improve their skills and have hours of fun. It is also a great place on the Boise Greenbelt, for spectators to learn more about this extreme sport. Kayakers are there almost any time during the day in the spring through fall.
Homes for Sale in Garden City range from mobile homes to townhomes to luxury properties.
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Garden City Real Estate
From the Waterfront District to the Glenwood Street corridor and further downstream of the Boise River, real estate development has seen considerable growth. This area for many years had a poor reputation but with the growth of Boise and the attractiveness of living along the Greenbelt, developers slowly started to clean properties up and bring some amazing real estate to this small town. Today, there are several new neighborhoods that offer lifestyle opportunities that attract a lot of people.