Eagle, Idaho Real Estate
Welcome to Eagle, Idaho! ‘Rurban’ is a unique term created by residents to describe this extraordinary community that is embracing rural roots as well as the upscale charm of urban modernism. Eagle is located thirteen miles northwest of Boise with the foothills carving to the north and the Boise River flowing to the south. Approximately 20,000 citizens consider themselves blessed to call Eagle their home as they have discovered the city’s delightful amenities.
Eagle’s dining selections include a wide range to delight any palate whether its brunch, home-style eating, bakery delights, or full service restaurant.
Eagle is part of the Meridian School District, the largest school district in Idaho. Two private schools, three elementary schools, two middle schools, an alternative high school, and Eagle High School serve the educational needs of Eagle families.
In addition, the Treasure Valley offers fifteen institutions for upper-division education easily accessible to Eagle residents.
Parks and Recreation
Eagle has seven beautiful parks and a state park that are filled with activity-loving residents. She has developed a modern skateboarding park and maintains two public courses providing recreation for golfers.
Heritage Park in the middle of downtown Eagle features an in-ground water fountain squirting young and old during the hot days of Idaho summer. It also is the location for community activities such as the Eagle Country Christmas in December and the Spring Fling in April where families gather to hear school music groups perform, watch hometown parades, and celebrate the joy of Americana living.
Browse with bliss the small-town shops offering up-scale ambiance of boutiques, home furnishing stores, antique and specialty shops that dot the old-fashioned main street atmosphere.
Fish in the Boise River, skateboard, hike the foothills, play tennis, golf, or bike…it’s all accessible in this delightful community. Whether it’s the Eagle Saturday Market where you can stroll the local artisan booths and inhale the fragrance of fresh produce or enjoy the annual ‘Eagle Fun Days’ that annually celebrates the unique small-town flavor, commemorate the American Spirit during the Fourth of July celebration, or participate in the community Halloween activities, there’s plenty to do in Eagle.
Eagle offers the finest available in housing, from large 5-acre estate lots to upscale subdivisions with beautiful common areas.