Welcome To Eagle

Introduction

Eagle is one of the most desirable areas in the Boise metropolitan area. This upscale community with a small town feeling boasts some of Idaho’s most luxurious and beautiful homes for sale.

Recreational activities include walking and biking along the Boise River Green Belt. Fishing and riding horseback is often enjoyed in and around Eagle. Several communities have direct access to the foothills. Eagle Island State Park provides swimming, picknicking and even snow tubing in the winter. The Eagle Sports Complex provides BMX and Cross Country tracks, snow activities, skateboarding, rollerskating and a beautiful garden area. Enjoy any of Eagle’s beautiful city parks or play a round of golf on one of the championship courses.

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 proud to call Eagle “home”.

Strategically nestled between the foothills and the Boise River, the City of Eagle has so much to offer. Eagle’s climate ensures year round recreational opportunitires for all. A wide variety of outdoor and indoor activities are easily found. 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. Eagle is fast becoming a favorate city for locals to dine with its vast restaraunt appeal from casual to fine dining.  

Real estate in Eagle offers something for everyone.  Eagle itself offers a wide range of housing and neighborhood choices, from custom home sites in the foothills to master planned communities. If space is what you are looking for, you’ll enjoy many housing choices in the surrounding communities with acreage.

“I enjoy the quaint and distinctive charm of Downtown Eagle. The variety of dining choices is amazing, from fine Italian fare to casual dining on a patio next to the river. I always feel at home in Eagle.

– Scott Latham

community

Eagle has many excellent choies when it comes to housing. There are several master planned communities in Eagle that offer scenic walking paths, nearby schools and other amenities. If you’re looking for acreage, even considering a horse property, you can find that too.  

 


quaint downtown

Downtown Eagle is charming, walkable and friendly, where visitors will find more than 20 stores, over a dozen restaraunts and several coffee houses to relax with your friends and family.

 


Eagle Island State PArk

Eagle Island State Park provides day-use recreational facilities on the outskirts of Eagle. Facilities include a swimming beach, a picnic area, more than 5 miles of equestrian trails and a water slide.

 


Shopping and Recreation

 

Historic Meets Urban Hip

From fishing in the Boise River to hiking in the foothills, Eagle offers an abundance of outdoor activities. There are several championship golf courses, plentiful parks, the Eagle Velodrome bike park and Bogus Basin ski resort is a short 40 minute drive up the hill.

Eagle Island State Park provides 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, 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 on State Street. it contains 37 types of trees, as well as roses, perennials, native plants and ground cover.  It’s a wonderful place to relax and enjoy nature near the heart of downtown Eagle.

 

  • A quaint downtown with more than 20 shops and over a dozen  restaraunts ranging from gastro pub to fine dining
  • Conveniently located on Boise’s west border, near the foothills and the Boise River
  • Wide variety of outdoor and indoor activities available year round
  • City of Eagle was incorporated in 1864
  • Home to Eagle Island State Park, providing day-use recreational facilities on the outskirts of Eagle.

 

Saint Alphonsus

Saint Alphonsus Health Plaza provides state-of-the-art, affordable and convenient healthcare in Eagle.

 


Rembrandts Cafe

A local favorite since 2004 for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Rembrandts was originally home of the First Baptist Church of Eagle.

 


Eagle High School

Eagle is within the West Ada School District and is home to Eagle High School (opened in 1995).  Enrollment at Eagle High School is approximately 1,500 students.

 


Planned Communities

 

Bringing People Together

The City of Eagle Planning and Zoning has done in excellent job working with developers and builders alike to create many well thought-out, functional and beautiful planned neighborhoods in Eagle. 

Many of the larger planned neighborhoods in Eagle were designed around having a strong sense of community. In many of these planned developments you’ll find a grand entrance, lush landscaping, tree-lined streets, decorative lighting, swimming pool(s), sports courts, ponds and even a clubhouse. Some communities in Eagle offer specialized lifestyle amenities such as equestrian, golf course or riverfront. 

 

  • Population:  19,908
  • Population Density:  688 residents per square mile
  • Median Household Income:  $65,313
  • Average Commute:  39 minutes
  • Median Age:  41 years old
  • Average Home Sales Price:  $422,940

Bridge Roots


One of the earliest settlers of the area was Thomas Hugh Aikens. He was pivotal in having the county build a bridge across the Boise River, which anchored his two properties; Eagle Island and directly across Valley Road (now State Street). The bridge boosted the economy in Eagle, which led to many new developments.  

Trolley Roots


Downtown Eagle saw great expansion with the introduction of the interurban trolley, which starting running down Valley Road in August of 1907. The trolley was in full use by 1915, which connected Eagle to all cities and towns in the valley via the “Boise Valley Loop”. The trolley was used by commuters, freight movers and day tourists. The popularity of the automobile led to the demise of the area trolley in 1928. 

Farming  Roots


For over a century Eagle’s roots have been firmly planted in agriculture. Many of today’s larger planned communities were first family farms. Many of the farms boomed during the gold rush in the late 1800s and again post World War II. The farming history of this community can still be seen today, from the several active farms in the area to the architectural design elements of the city and neighborhoods.

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