This house sits in a quiet cul-de-sac and is a perfectly located, providing easy access to outdoor activities; fly fishing on the Boise River, quiet walks on the greenbelt, swimming, and downtown dinning and events; and just 2 miles from BSU.
Bring the kids, two neighborhood play areas and across the street is historic Ivywild park that sits on 18 acres. The parks most recognizable feature is its Pool. The large main pool has a pretzel slide and two drop-off- slide for swimmers only. The pool has zero-depth entry with curved shapes. The wading pool has numerous play amenities for children 6 and under.
Ivywild Park holds a piece of Boise history. The building, formerly known as the Ivywild Station, originally stood on Broadway Avenue and served the South Boise Streetcar line; it is an enduring symbol of Boise's streetcar history. The building is one of the few structures associated with the streetcar still in existence in Boise area. Renovation of the structure and creation of a full-size "ghost" trolley resulted in public art that honors the role the streetcar system played in the Boise area.