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January, 2022
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Bown Crossing: Southeast Boise, ID

Boise’s Bown Crossing, a live-where-you-work neighborhood, rests against the iconic foothills and just below the scenic Table Rock plateau. As one of Southeast Boise’s greatest treasures, Bown Crossing takes Boise’s best attributes and packs them into a small-scale community. Your ease of life flows as gently as the nearby Boise River.

Known for its charming shops, quaint restaurants, and intimate streets, Bown Crossing teems with small-town friendliness and next-door neighbor comfort. At around eight city blocks, it’s comparatively smaller than other Boise subdivisions and neighborhoods. Still, its size doesn’t mean it lacks any charm or amenities. In fact, Bown Crossing’s modest area is one of its premiere qualities.

With South Bown Way

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Boise Idaho Winter Getaway Guide

As the capital of the “Gem State,” it’s only fair that Boise would hold the crown for winter adventures. Destinations, vacations, fresh air, long weekends, family memories—whatever you’re after, there’s always something new to discover in Southwest Idaho.

The best part? Most of these extraordinary journeys are only a quick car ride away from Boise. It sounds surprising, but trust us—winter is actually the perfect time to pack the car and head into Idaho’s beauty.

Snow transforms the state into a destination dreamland, giving you exclusive access to winter getaways, family fun, and lifelong memories.

This is our list of the best winter day trips, scenic stops, and weekend getaways only a short drive from Boise.

 

Beautiful winter mountain view from Sun Valley, Idaho

1. Sun Valley:

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New Records As Boise Area Home Prices Surge Over 20% in 2021

Relentless demand, combined with a seasonal slowdown in new listings, sent Ada County home prices to a new record in December.

The median single-family home price in Ada County rose to $546,000 in December. Climbing nearly $114,000, or 26%, from the previous year, it marks a new peak.

Idaho’s most populous county is not alone. Home prices have made double-digit jumps throughout the Treasure Valley.

  • Canyon County home prices rose $80,000 through 2021, ending at $419,480. That’s a 23% year-over-year leap and just $4,000 below the record.
  • Boise home prices tied August’s record of $510,000, an increase of nearly $90,000 (21%) from just twelve months ago.
  • Meridian’s prices rose to their second record in as many months, finishing December
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