- 4 Beds
- 3 Baths
- 2,109 SqFt
Coveted by homebuyers for seven decades, Randolph-Robertson offers Boise’s largest concentration of mid-century homes. With wide streets and space between neighbors, the thoughtfully designed community is a treasure trove of Old-Boise charm. Step into one of the custom-built homes, and you’ll find nearly perfect Ranch-style designs by Art Troutner, Joe LaMarche, and other well-known local architects. Homeowners along Randolph Drive enjoy gorgeous views of the Valley, while all Randolph-Robertson residents revel in open floor plans featuring hardwood floors, hand-crafted built-ins, and ample, ideally-placed windows primed to let the outdoors in. Centrally located in the heart of The Bench’s Borah neighborhood, enjoy direct I-84 and Connector access, putting Boise at your fingertips. Learn more about Randolph-Robertson real estate below.
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*MLS data based on sold properties as of Mar 31st, 2022.
Randolph-Robertson: A Boise Bench Mid-Century Mecca
It all began in 1950. World War II had ended, the baby boomer generation was well underway, and Boise was thriving in the mid-century prosperity and optimism that gripped the nation. The city was growing, and seeing the need for more housing, Duffy Randolph and the Robertson Brothers began developing a neighborhood that would become one of Boise’s mid-century architectural treasures.
Originally priced between $15,000-$20,000, their homes promised: “better living in Boise.” They featured large lawns with plenty of room for families to live and play, modernistic designs of long, angular lines, open floor plans ranging between 1,100 and 3,000 square feet of living space, and broad windows to welcome the popular coexist-in-nature aesthetic.
While traveling down its quiet, tree-lined streets, it's easy to forget that the Randolph-Robertson subdivision rests in the center of Boise. Designed with an intentionally-varied street grid, its wide, looping streets curb through-traffic and mature foliage buffers city noise, creating the serene atmosphere residents love. Following that planned variety, multiple builders constructed the neighborhood over many phases, ensuring no two homes are alike.
- Borah High School – 0.7 mi
- West Junior High – 1.6 mi
- Grace Jordan Elementary – 0.2 mi
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