Located in Canyon County, Caldwell is a reasonably-sized city surrounded by green belts and parklands. Rural and scenic, its residents enjoy horseback riding, hiking, and camping. Caldwell real estate boasts affordable prices that will turn the heads of single parents, families, first-time homeowners, and many others. Caldwell was established in the late 1800s and has a number of famous museums and historical places that people come to visit from all over the state. Shopping, dining, and other activities are generally within easy walking or driving distance, and cul-de-sacs create private spaces with low traffic noise. Have a look below to find all of Caldwell’s newest property listings!
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Caldwell Real Estate
When it comes to real estate, homes for sale in Caldwell, Idaho has it all. While most were built after the 1970s, there are some that were built in the 1960s and earlier, making this lovely city both appealing and welcoming. In addition, it’s family-friendly and surrounded by a number of fabulous parks such as Hillcrest Memorial Gardens, Mallard Park, and Lake Lowell Picnic Park.
Caldwell real estate prices will blow you away with their affordability. They start at under $100,000 and go up from there, with the most expensive being 7 million dollars. Land for sale is generally cleared already, making it perfect to build on from the start, and it’s just as diverse as homes that have already been built. Buy a one-acre parcel of land or one that’s 90 acres or more.
If you’re set on lakefront views, make your way to the southern end of Caldwell. There, you’re sure to find exactly what you’re looking for: Scenic views of Lake Lowell and the surrounding area. Trails around the lake provide peaceful hiking and mountain biking opportunities. You can fish on the lake as well or enjoy a day of water skiing or casual boating.
Caldwell arguably has some of the finest food in Idaho and depending on where you live in the city, you can head out to eat on foot. See below for some of Caldwell’s finest dining options:
- Arctic Circle
- Victor’s Hogs & Horns
- Moxie Java Caldwell
- Stewart’s Bar & Grill
Life in Caldwell, ID
Vibrant and absolutely gorgeous, Caldwell is a city full of life. Everywhere you turn, there is something for everyone. Make your way to busy streets like Cleveland Boulevard to shop or head on over to Lake Lowell to enjoy the cold water on a hot day. The people of the city tend to be just as wonderful and are open, welcoming, and dynamic.
Museums are an important aspect of Caldwell, as they depict its history in educational and fascinating ways. Adults and children are all welcome to see Our Memories Museum, Whittenberger Planetarium Orma J. Smith Museum of Naural History, and many others.
Wineries are everywhere in Caldwell, so if you love wine, make sure you don’t miss out on any of them. A few of the most notable wineries include Huston Vineyards, Koenig Distillery and Winery, and HAT Ranch Winery. All of these fantastic wineries will take you on tours, host wine tasting, and talk to you about your shared interest in all things wine.
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Listing information last updated on July 10th, 2020 at 9:30pm CDT.