2350 N. Ninth St., Boise 


4 Bed/3 Bath

2,153 square feetColdwell Banker Tomlinson Group

Gae Peyron, 208-866-8244


MLS #98412521

Camel's Back Park is a popular entryway to Boise's extensive trail system, and the Camel's Back peak rewards hikers with a panoramic view. This home is on a dead-end street where a public trailhead into the Foothills begins.

A giant box elder tree in the front yard camouflages a spacious balcony on the front of the house. The shaded balcony feels like a tree house as foot traffic passes on the pathway across the street.

Originally constructed as a duplex in 1978, the structure is now a nicely updated single-family dwelling. The main level of the two-story residence contains two bedrooms, a full bathroom and a space that could be used as a small family room. Pale gray ceramic tile covers the floor, and a soft palette of apple green and light gray flows from room to room.

Upstairs, are the kitchen, living room and a casual dining area as well as the master suite and a fourth bedroom. With maple flooring underfoot, the color scheme combines an earthy mix of terra cotta and apricot hues, making it feel welcoming.

The side and back yards abut city property. Instead of being surrounded by homes, wild grass grows up to the property line. Both yards are landscaped with small lush lawns, decorative boulder borders, attractive rock benches and shaded beds. With the large box elder acting as a buffer out in front, the home feels like it is hidden in plain sight.

Pros: Recreational trailhead at your doorstep.

Cons: Some buyers may not like being so close to foot traffic.

Open House: Saturday, Nov. 7, 1-4 p.m.

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