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$950 / 1br - Access to the foothills with biking and hiking trails. (Boise)


1BR / 1Ba

cats are OK - purrr
dogs are OK - wooof
laundry in bldg
off-street parking
private bath
private room

Located in Boise’s North End and within walking distance to downtown, this private and cozy bungalow is 1 block from the Boise Co-op where city bike rentals are available. Bike or walk to the Saturday market or enjoy some of Boise’s finest restaurants. Many miles of hiking and biking trails are a short distance away in Boise's foothills or Boise's Greenbelt located along the Boise River!

At 302 square feet, it is small, but functional with a great ambiance!

The closest grocery store is the Boise Co-op located at 888 W. Fort Street. Boise Co-op is a community-owned food cooperative and marketplace that educates and connects our community to high-quality, natural, organic foods and specialty products.

Hours: Daily 7 am to 10 pm

Albertson’s Marketplace is a full service grocery store located at: 1650 W State St in Boise.


Some of our favorites include:

13th Street Pub and Grill, 1520 North 13th Street (in Hyde Park). Located in the historical Hyde Park region of Boise’s North End. Patrons enjoy open-air, patio and fireside seating for a comfortable year-round dining experience.

Fork, 199 N 8th St. An upscale dining experience. Fork specializes in local and sustainable foods.

Red Feather, 246 N 8th St, Upscale lounge serves seasonal American comfort food & craft cocktails in a chic, modern space.

Bitter Creek Lounge, 246 N 8th St, Eco-conscious alehouse serving a wide range of draft microbrews alongside locally sourced pub fare.

Alavita, 807 W. Idaho Street, This Italian Restaurant is all about fresh pasta and local ingredients—from Tortellini to Rigatoni, Linguini to Pappardelle—created freshly every day using Northwest flour and local eggs.

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There are also a number of different shops, banks, bars, and other restaurants nearby.

Camels Back Park is a lovely 11 acre park Park. Amenities include a playground, tennis courts, picnic area, and access to the foothills with biking and hiking trails.

The Boise River Greenbelt is a short distance away. The Greenbelt flows through Boise and provides more than 25 miles of scenic paths for biking, walking, and jogging along the Boise River. Trip advisor ranks the Greenbelt as a must see in Boise and we agree! To access the Greenbelt, drive 5 minutes to Julia Davis Park to park your vehicle and then enjoy a walk, jog or bike ride along the Boise River.
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