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Enjoy Foothills Living At 3300 E Boulder Heights
The Warm Springs Mesa area combines both the beauty of the area with the privacy of life in the Boise foothills. Within this desirable area is 3300 E Boulder Heights, a home that offers all the convenience of a single-level home with the tranquility of the foothills. You'll love having a commute that consists of views of the city and Boise River. Trust us, you don't want to miss this one.
The first thing you'll notice when you enter 3300 E Boulder Heights in Boise is the brand-new flooring. The modern light grey flooring contributes to the feeling of openness as it stretches through the dining, kitchen, and hallway.
Stow coats and hats in the spacious entryway closet that is easily accessible to all who enter. To the immediate left of the front door is the formal dining room. A new, grand chandelier and tray ceiling create an elegant setting. A large bay window provides a glimpse to the valley below while you dine.
Continue straight ahead from the front door and you'll find yourself in the spacious kitchen. This warm, inviting space is a great place to create meals or gather during events. You'll love the numerous storage options, including a large pantry. The island allows the cook to prepare food while keeping an eye on what's happening in the living or dining room. A charming kitchen nook is an ideal spot to enjoy breakfast or smaller meals, while looking out onto the lush backyard.
In the living room, you'll find all the comforts of home. The sizable brick gas fireplace will be an asset on those approaching winter days. A large, custom built-in provides an appealing location for all your favorite items. The open floor plan that ties together the kitchen, living, and dining room promises easy entertaining options.
Straight past the built-in, you'll find the master bedroom and a guest room. There's plenty of room to relax and rest in this generous master suite. A fireplace sits in one corner, with room for two easy chairs or a loveseat in front of it. Prefer relaxing outside? Make your way through the door that leads onto a private patio in the backyard.
Continue on through the room and you'll enter the en-suite. The bathroom shines thanks to natural light and a gorgeous granite countertop. You can either soak in comfort in the large tub, or take a quick shower in the separate shower. Don't worry about storage options, your clothes and shoes will all find a home in the walk-in closet.
Across the hall from the office is one of three guest rooms. This room would be ideal for guests or family, or could be utilized as an office or den.
Walk down the hall to the opposite wing of the house. Here you'll find the remaining two bedrooms of the four available. Privacy is optimal, thanks to the rooms locations on opposite sides of the hall. The bedroom at the front of the house has a charming window seat that any guest or resident would love. This wing also includes two full bathrooms with new light fixtures and new granite countertops.
In the garage, you'll spot the three spaces that will keep your cars safe from the elements. You'll also see a large shop area that would be great for hobbyists or to work on any home or auto projects.
Before you leave this jewel of a home, make sure to swing by the backyard. Take a seat under the extensive covered patio that would be perfect for BBQing or entertaining. Or wander around the large yard that could host plenty of touch football games or be transformed into a beautiful garden.
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