Brittania Heights Subdivision
Nampa, Idaho 83687

Location: off McDermott Rd, south of Victory Rd.

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Brittania Heights is a country-style community but centrally located in the Treasure Valley. These one-acre estates offer you the space you seek at the perfect value! Room for shops or outbuildings, peaceful setting, all close to services and near the new I-84 interchange for easy access to the rest of the Boise Valley.



Don't miss this great opportunity to live on acreage so close to town. This community is only 4 miles from Meridian Road and only 3 miles from the Ten Mile Interchange. Lots range from .82-1.24 acres. CC&R's allow RV parking and. shops. Brittania Heights is one of the few subdivisions that have homes with basements.


  • off McDermott Rd, south of Victory Rd.
  • Belmont Heights is to the north
  • Willowtree Subdivision is to the east


  • 0.82-1.24 acres


Nampa School District
  • Park Ridge Elementary School
  • East Valley Middle School
  • Columbia High School


Community homeowners association dues:

  • $200 setup/transfer fee
  • $500 annually

Brittania Heights Entrance



New Home Pricing Guide

  Median Sales Price Total Sales Median Price per SqFt Price Range of Homes
2020 $609,000 19 $235.84 $474,800 to $785,000
2019 $621,830 13 $228.00 $490,000 to 693,502
2018 $576,025 7 $191.36 $416,034 to $677,468
2017 $489,900 3 $183.77 $459,950 to $495,600
*source Intermountain MLS

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