Caldwell, known as the gateway to the Treasure Valley, is a testament to real, small town Idaho life. Beginning as an 1800's railroad town, Caldwell quickly flourished into an agricultural hub, whose early roots are still visible today. Caldwell real estate is set 30 minutes West of Boise, Idaho and just 30 minutes East of the Oregon border. From the relaxed, small-town feel to the magnificent Owyhee Mountains to the West, it’s easy to see yourself living in this charming Idaho community.
Long Established, Very Successful Pheasant Farm On 54 Acres. Beautiful 5 Bedroom, 3 Bath Custom Built Home + 3 Bdrm, 1 Bath Rental. 30 Acres Currently In Alfalfa And 11 Acres W/emmett Rd Frontage Zoned Commercial. Fabulous Location Across From ...
Enjoy The Sunrises Over The Boise Mtns & Sunsets Behind The Owyhee Mtn Range From This 6.54 Acre Private Hilltop Oasis. Quality Built Home, Large Covered Porches, 5 Beds 3.5 Baths,great Room, Formal Dining, Craft Room, Huge Rec Room, Amazing Shop ...
Separate Living Quarters With Private Entrance, Kitchen, Bedroom, Living Room And Patio. 24x24 Finished Shop. Impressive Entry, Great Room With Vaulted Ceilings, Double-sided Gas Fireplace With Floor To Ceiling Brick Work. Gorgeous Kitchen With Co...
You Will Not Find A Home Like This Anywhere In This Valley. Leave Your Troubles In Town & Come Home To The Quiet Countryside. This Incredible Home On 5 Acres Has An Indoor Pool For Entertaining Year Round And A Guest Suite With It's Own Private En...
Lake View Custom Home! Two Master Suites/kitchens/living Areas On The Main Floor & Wide Hallway-you Will Find No Better Floor Plan For A Multigenerational Home. Hard To Find View That Overlooks Lake Lowell, Deer Flat Wildlife Refuge And Onto The O...
Beautifully Appointed Custom Country Home That Has Been Professionally Designed & Renovated. Effective Age Is 2015. Brilliant Attention To Detail In This Energy Efficient Estate W/bright Natural Light. Granite, Tile, Hardwood, Ikea Kitchen W/soft ...
Silvercreek Realty Group
6025 Little Freezeout Road, Caldwell, ID - $675,000
Custom-designed Family Acreage Commands Scenic Views Of The Boise Front/bogus Basin. This Majestic Estate Boasts An Attached Apartment, A Large Shop, Gazebo, Insulated Chicken Coop & Hay Barn. Whether You’re Looking For Acreage For Animals, To Pas...
Luxury In The Heart Of Idaho Wine Country. Owyhee Mountain Views Are Endless. Wonderful Home W/ Gourmet Kitchen, Granite, Bakers Nook, Huge Island & Amazing Pantry. Entertain In The Wide Open Kitchen & Family Room. Enjoy Your Evenings On The Xxl D...
Private Luxury In N. Caldwell. 5 Bedroom, 3.5 Bath With An Office, Bonus Room And Flex Room. 48x40 Shop With Electricity, 220v, Work Bench And Tall Ceiling For Parking An Rv Or Large Equipment All On 3.5 Acres. Beautifully Landscaped Property Wit...
Incredible 7 Acre Property Just Minutes From Caldwell! Over 3200 Sq/ft That Features 4 Beds, 3 Full Baths And 2 Half Baths With An Office, Bonus Room And An Craft/hobby Room As Well. The Kitchen Has Stainless Steel Appliances, Granite And Breakfa...
Elegant Single Level 4 Bed Home With View Of The Valley On 5 Acres! Bring The Horses And All The Toys, This Home Has It All. Gourmet Chef Kitchen Featuring Jenn-air 6 Burner Gas Range, Massive Side By Side Ss Fridge, Granite Counters And Travert...
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Caldwell Real Estate Market
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Caldwell homes for sale are not one size fits all. The notable Stuenenberg Historic District lies alongside Cleveland Boulevard from 10th Avenue to 18th Avenue. Tree-lined streets and prominent homes tell a story of years past. Whether you’re looking for a large Prairie-style Craftsman house, an English Tudor, Queen Anne Victorian or a Colonial home, this neighborhood is sure to please the historic enthusiasts with its charm and architecture. As you move further south, the age of home varies offering a unique sampling of different eras of growth and population increases. Many of the newer houses for sale were built within the last 20 years can be found towards the most southern part of the city.
Caldwell Community Highlights
Home to approximately 46,237 residents, Caldwell is the second largest city, after Nampa, and the county seat of Canyon County. The city of Caldwell is considered part of the greater Boise area, home to 664,422 residents.
As you make your way through downtown Caldwell, you’ll notice the historic brick buildings from years past full of shops and locally owned businesses. Here, there is a strong sense of community as evident from the many community events that happen throughout the year. Downtown is the centralized gathering spot for city-sponsored events like the Farmer’s Market, the Indian Creek Festival and one of the most popular attractions in the Treasure Valley, Caldwell’s Winter Wonderland held during the holiday season.
Not far from Downtown is the College of Idaho, which is Idaho’s oldest liberal arts college. With over 1,100 students and growing, C of I has quickly become a front-runner for students looking to maximize tuition, enjoy smaller class sizes and still be close to everything the area has too offer. Go ‘Yotes!
Living in Caldwell, ID
Taking in the small town charm isn’t all there is to do here. Caldwell also happens to be home to the Sunnyslope Wine District. Comprised of over 13 different wineries, the area caters to the preferences of the most discriminating wine connoisseur. Favorable growing conditions and volcanic rich soils certainly make for a delicious grape. Rolling hills filled with vines and orchards dot the land offering impressive views of the Snake River.
Buyers on the search for land for sale in Caldwell will make their way outside of town were crops of all shapes and sizes become the norm, whether it’s corn, alfalfa, mint, sugar beets and yes, even potatoes. Many of these are owned and operated by one of the area’s largest employers, Simplot. Recently, the agricultural community has also taken to farming hops which have become a fast growing cash crop. With increasing demand for craft beer, the number of breweries has nearly doubled here in the last five years.
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Listing information last updated on May 23rd, 2017 at 4:22am MDT.