Moderately Priced West Bank North
Some would argue that “West Bank North Market Area” and “moderately priced” are terms that are contradictory in nature. While is not the case, it should be noted that “moderately priced” is a relative term when discussing the West Bank. Homes that fit this description are typically older homes that were built before vacant land on the West Bank of the Snake River became the rare commodity that it is today. Such homes often typically offer quite comfortable living opportunities, but are simply not the size and quality of homes that would be built in this desirable location today. The home seeker in this neighborhood may find a home that serves their needs for decades to come, or perhaps a more intermediate-term residence that may one day be redeveloped. It should be noted that more recently built homes and “infill development” in this market area is typically of very good to excellent quality that is commensurate with that of surrounding West Bank Development. Homes in this area typically have sites ranging from .5 acres to 1 acre and have been noted in recent history to range in value from $500,000 to $900,000.