Caldwell, Idaho has the luxury of being a largely agricultural community that is also growing quickly. Despite this growth, the city maintains its small town feel. Many new subdivisions are being planned and built, which is great news for people wanting to move to the area. But what are some of the best places to buy a house in Caldwell? Here is a list of the best-selling neighborhoods in the city.
Voyage Crossing sits at the corner of Aviation Way and Muller Road in Caldwell. The community was developed by Hayden Homes, and has a total of 39 building lots and homesites are about average size. In 2017 and 2018, 66 homes sold in the community. In 2018, the median sales price was $185,242. Voyage Crossing residents’ children will go to these schools in the Vallivue School District: East Vallivue Elementary, Vallivue Middle School, and Vallivue High School. HOA dues are $130 quarterly.
Virginia Park sits north of Highway 20/26, west of Middleton road, off Kcid Road. This community is well-placed near Interstate-84, the 54-acre Caldwell City Park, Costco, Target, and the YMCA. Virginia Park was developed by Dyver Development. Its popularity is due in large part to its affordability. In 2018, 32 homes sold for between $189,900 and $262,990. The median sales price was $210,495. HOA dues are $110 annually. Students will attend East Canyon Elementary, Sage Valley Middle, and Vallivue High.
Delaware Park sits on the south side of Highway 20/26 off Kcid Road. It is close to the same major roads, shopping, and recreation as Virginia Park. Students in Delaware Park will also attend the same schools as Virginia Park residents. HOA fees are $105 Annually. In 2018, 25 homes sold for a median price of $216,990. The price range of sold homes was $190,490 and $278,990.
Blackhawk is located on Middleton Road between Linden and Ustick Roads. All of these roads are large arterial roads that can get you around town and between cities easily. The Caldwell Airport and Interstate-84 are just a few minutes away. Students who live in Blackhawk will attend Desert Springs Elementary, Sage Valley Middle School, and Ridgevue High School, which are part of the Vallivue School District. HOA dues are $120 annually. The community was developed by Blackhawk Nampa, LLC and contains a total of 537 lots, ranging in size from 0.12 to 0.28 acres. 15 homes sold in 2018 for between $211,500 and $288,145.
Pennsylvania Park sits just south of Highway 20/26 off of Smeed Parkway. This new community was developed by CBH Homes starting in 2018 and is adjacent to Pipe Dream Park. Pennsylvania Park homesites range in size from 0.17 to 0.2 acres. The neighborhood sits in the West Ada School District, meaning students will attend East Canyon Elementary School, Vallivue Middle School, and Ridgevue High School. HOA dues are $325 annually. In 2018, 11 homes were built and sold for a median price of $266,870.
Marble Heights sits just minutes from downtown Caldwell and Interstate-84 on the south side of Marble Front Road. The community is also close to the College of Idaho and Luby Park. There is also plenty of built-in green space in the community. Students will attend the nearby Sacajawea Elementary, Syringa Middle School, and Vallivue High School in the Vallivue School District. HOA dues are $240 annually. In 2017 and 2018, 9 homes sold for between $177,000 and $233,869. The median sale price in 2018 was 203,000.