Eagle is one of the most desirable areas in the Boise metro area. This upscale community with a small town feeling boasts some of Idaho’s luxurious and beautiful homes for sale with breathtaking views. Recreational activities include walking and biking the Green Belt along the Boise River, fishing and riding horseback in the foothills. Eagle Island State Park provides swimming and picnicking. The Eagle Sports Complex provides BMX and Cross Country tracks, snow activities, skateboarding, rollerskating, and a beautiful fire wise garden. Enjoy any of our beautiful city parks or play a round of golf on one of the championship courses. These are just a few of the recreational activities enjoyed by our residents and visitors alike. Open space, appealing and consistent design standards, with a western architectural theme.
Old style street lights and tree lined streets all contribute to a city that confers an attractive allure to visitors, as well as those who are pleased to call Eagle “home.” Strategically placed between the foothills and the Boise River, the City of Eagle has much to offer. Eagle’s climate ensures year round recreational opportunities for all. A wide variety of outdoor and indoor activities. The Chamber of Commerce partners with the City of Eagle to provide many family oriented events in the community, such as Eagle Fun Days, Gazebo Concert Series, Eagle Food & Wine Festival, and the traditional Eagle Country Christmas.
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Eagle Homes For Sale
- $638,900 : 553 E Riverchase Way, Eagle4 beds, 3 baths
- $599,950 : 515 W Ashbourne, Eagle5 beds, 3 baths
- $439,900 : 1370 N Willowick, Eagle4 beds, 2 baths
- $445,000 : 1235 N Sevenoaks Pl, Eagle4 beds, 3 baths
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As the City of Eagle grows, the need for affordable, convenient healthcare intensifies. The state-of-the art Saint Alphonsus Eagle Health Plaza provides that service in Eagle. Saint Alphonsus Eagle Health Plaza provides a broad range of healthcare services to patients with routine, chronic or acute conditions, and gives them access to the latest medical technologies and care of emergency, medical, surgical and rehabilitation specialists. Located at the corner of Eagle Road and Highway 44 in the Eagle River development, the 74,000 square foot facility integrates the same healing principals as the Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center and Meridian Health Plaza—calming and restful design and décor elements reflecting nature that are proven to enhance health, healing and quality of life.
St. Luke’s also has a medical center located in Eagle. The skilled and caring team at this modern, spacious, state-of-the-art facility is committed to serving you with a variety of medical services in one convenient, easy-to-access location. truly care about you and your healthcare needs, offering expertise in urgent care, mammography, lab services, medical imaging, occupational health, hearing and balance, and physician and specialty clinics close to home in Eagle.
Eagle is within the West Ada School District and is home to one high school (Eagle High School, opened 1995), one alternative high school (Eagle Academy), one middle school (Eagle Middle School), and three elementary schools (Eagle Elementary School of the Arts, Eagle Hills Elementary School, and Seven Oaks Elementary School). Seven Oaks provides a year-around option for students in grades K-5. There is one Kindergarten through 8th grade math and science magnet (Galileo Math & Science Magnet). There are also two charter schools (North Star Charter School, Rolling Hills Charter School), one Seventh-Day Christian school, and one private arts school (Fresco Arts Academy).
West Ada School District believes the relationship between our schools, our staff, our parents and communitystakeholders is critical to the success of all students. The school district is committed to involving families, staff and community members in regular, two-way, meaningful communication with a focus on studentachievement. Beyond simply encouraging our partners to provide input, we also seek to remove barriersto parent and community understanding and encourage active, shared, decision-making.
We see a school district in which all students receive a quality education – emphasizing skills, knowledge and character development that enable them to reach their potential and become contributing members of society. Our schools will produce responsible, productive students capable of adapting to a changing, diverse world.
Shopping and Recreation
From fishing in the Boise river to hiking in the foothills, Eagle offers an abundance of outdoor activities. There are several championship quality golf courses, plentiful parks, BMX dirt tracks, the Eagle Velodrome bike park and Bogus Basin ski resort is a short 40 minute drive up the hill. Eagle Island State Park is a state park of Idaho, USA, providing day-use recreational facilities near Boise. The park is 8 miles west of the state capital on the outskirts of the city of Eagle. Facilities include a swimming beach, a picnic area, more than 5 miles of equestrian trails, and a water slide. Eagle Island State Park is bordered on the north and south by two forks of the Boise River. A Sportsman’s Access area offers excellent fishing opportunities along the river. Arboretum Park is a small arboretum located at 312 E. State Street, Eagle, Idaho, USA. It contains 37 types of trees, as well as roses, perennials, native plants, and ground covers. All are identified by name stakes identifying the scientific and common names.
Ada County Single-Family Home Activity
- There were 1,168 pending sales in November 2016, which is up 1.4% from November 2015.
- There were 846 closed sales in November 2016, which was 34.5% higher than in November 2015.
- The median sales price in November 2016 was $245,000, up 2.1% from November 2015.
- There were 2.0 months supply of inventory in November 2016, which is down 23.1% from November 2015
The low inventory of homes for sale in Ada County has driven home prices for months now. In November 2016, there were only 1,730 homes for sale in Ada County, just 66 more than the historic low point of 1,664 in January 2013. Compared to a year ago, inventory in November was down 9.8%, but between October 2016 and November 2016, it dropped 21.3%, with 220 fewer homes for sale. The lack of existing home inventory pulled new construction inventory down 0.2% from last year. There were only 868 existing homes for sale in November 2016, a 17.7% drop from last year at this time, and 22.2% lower than in October 2016.
One of the metrics used to determine demand vs. supply is Months Supply of Inventory. A balanced market—not favoring buyers or sellers—is typically between 4-6 months of supply. In November 2016, the Months Supply of Inventory for Ada County was only 2 months and less than 1 month for existing homes priced below $250,000. Canyon County’s inventory was down compared to last year, as well, but not to historic levels. In November 2016, there were 903 homes for sale in Canyon County, down 5.3% from November 2015 and 8.0% less than October 2016. Existing home inventory was down 22.7% from last year, but new construction in Canyon County was actually up 23.9%. Months Supply of Inventory for Canyon County was at 2.6 months in November 2016, when looking at the market as a whole. It was at 1.6 months for existing homes and at 7.6 for new construction.