Kuna, Idaho

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Despite the blistering summer heat, the temperature in the Kuna Caves lingers at just above 50 degrees. The sun, positioned directly above the rough desert ground of Kuna, Idaho, shines a beam of light down to the cave floor. Crouched out of the line of direct sight, thieves hide the gold they stole from the afternoon stage coach. Or so the town mythology goes.

Kuna, Idaho Real Estate Statistics

Total Listings: 64
Average Price: $476,029
Highest Listing Price: $1,500,000
Lowest Listing Price: $274,900

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Kuna Real Estate Listings

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33 Properties Found.
Photo of Listing #98771397
  • MLS® #: 98771397
  • 753 E. Pascua Dr.
  • Kuna, ID 83634
  • $400,000
  • 3 Bed, 2 Bath, 1995 SqFt, 0.14 Acres
  • Residential
  • The Poppy | A Smart Single Level Design With Spacious Bedrooms, A Large Living Space, And A Grand Kitchen. The Open Concept Layout Gives Plenty Of Living Space At The Heart Of The Home. The Master Suite Has A Luxurious Feel, Separate Vanity Spaces And A Spa Like Master Bathroom. Stylish Finishes Throughout Including...
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Photo of Listing #98765244
  • MLS® #: 98765244
  • 1977 N Windmill Way
  • Kuna, ID 83634
  • $399,900
  • 3 Bed, 3 Bath, 2060 SqFt, 0.21 Acres
  • Residential
  • The Jamison By Coleman Homes, Featuring A Upstairs Bonus Room, Expanded Bedrooms, 3 Car Garage, And A Very Desirable Lots. Its Unique Design Includes A Front Oriented Kitchen With A See-through View To Both Front And Rear Yards. Quartz Counters Throughout. Master Offers A Full Tiled Shower, Soaking Tub, And Large Cl...
  • Office: Toll Brothers Real Estate, Inc
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Photo of Listing #98758145
  • MLS® #: 98758145
  • 1424 W Cerulean St
  • Kuna, ID 83634
  • $398,900
  • 3 Bed, 2 Bath, 2065 SqFt, 0.12 Acres
  • Residential
  • Starwood By Palomino Fine Homes. Cazador Is A "quietly Convenient" Community, Located In Kuna Right Off The 10 Mile Interchange For The Perfect Feeling Of Country Living But Right Outside The City. The Community Will Be Completed In Three Phases And Includes A Proposed 4.64 Acres Of Open Space, Walking Paths, A ...
  • Office: Epic Realty Llc
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Photo of Listing #98774010
  • MLS® #: 98774010
  • 1440 W Cerulean St
  • Kuna, ID 83634
  • $395,000
  • 4 Bed, 2 Bath, 2175 SqFt, 0.13 Acres
  • Residential
  • The Cambridge By O2 Construction! 2175 Sq Ft 4 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms, And An Oversized 2 Car Garage. Den/bonus Can Be Utilized As A 4th Bedroom. 12' Ceilings Entry, 8' Kitchen Island With An Appliance Garage Pantry, Separate Mud Room To Laundry, And Double Sliders To The Concrete Patio With A Low Maintenance Yard. C...
  • Office: Epic Realty Llc
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Photo of Listing #98772436
  • MLS® #: 98772436
  • 1504 W Cerulean Street
  • Kuna, ID 83634
  • $389,900
  • 4 Bed, 2½ Bath, 2323 SqFt, 0.13 Acres
  • Residential
  • Modern Luxury By Harding Homes. This Stunning Two-story Home Is A Must See. Kitchen Offers Quartz Counters, Top Of The Line Bosch Stainless Steel Appliances, Under Cabinet Lighting & Large Walk-in Pantry. Custom Milled Baseboard & Trim Throughout. Relaxing In The Master Suite Has Never Been So Enjoyable! Walk-in Clo...
  • Office: Epic Realty Llc
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Photo of Listing #98773091
  • MLS® #: 98773091
  • 1513 W Gainsboro Street
  • Kuna, ID 83634
  • $389,900
  • 4 Bed, 2½ Bath, 2323 SqFt, 0.11 Acres
  • Residential
  • Modern Luxury By Harding Homes. This Stunning Two-story Home Is A Must See. Kitchen Offers Quartz Counters, Top Of The Line Bosch Stainless Steel Appliances, Under Cabinet Lighting & Large Walk-in Pantry. Custom Milled Baseboard & Trim Throughout. Relaxing In The Master Suite Has Never Been So Enjoyable! Walk-in Clo...
  • Office: Epic Realty Llc
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Kuna Idaho Real Estate

Snake River Near Kuna IdahoLooking back over the history of this Idaho town and the most famous piece of Kuna, Idaho real estate, it's unlikely that those temporary cave dwellers could have had any idea that this patch of land would be eventually become one of the fastest-growing places in Idaho.

But Kuna, Idaho has indeed become that. Between the years of 2000 and 2010, the number of people living in this rural Idaho community has almost tripled. Nowadays, the population of this small Idaho town rests at around 15,000, and the character of the town now retains the best of the past and the present.

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While it still feels like the kind of town where people take an evening stroll after dinner or chat with their neighbors at the local post office when they're dropping off mail, its proximity to the larger Boise Metropolitan area make this area very attractive to home owners. With friendly neighborhoods and close access to the amenities of Kuna, Boise and Meridian, living here allows people to keep things simple while still participating in the world-at-large.

Kuna in the 21st century lies about 18 miles from Idaho's capital city, Boise. Conflicting reports exist about the meaning of the town's name. While information on the Chamber of Commerce website cite "the end of the trail" as the name's meaning, other sources say that Kuna, Idaho actually means "green leaf, good to smoke" in the Shoshone language.

Regardless, in terms of people's interest in the city's trivia, both names take a backseat to the Kuna Caves. The area's geology -- more specifically, the volcanic activity in Kuna -- is said to have caused the caves to form. At one time, it was said that ancient Native Americans used the caves as an underground passageway to gain access to the Snake River, but so far, this has not been verified. But no matter. Like the meaning of the town's name, the town's citizens have morphed the caves' mythology to suit their own ends. The famous underground volcanic tube even inspired Kuna High School to call its mascots the "Kavemen," giving a nod to the "K" in Kuna.

Kuna Idaho Schools

The small town high school is only small town, because it resides in one. Its goals align with the big ambitions of the modern world. The school instructs ninth to twelfth grade students, with the institution's total population reaching about 1,400 kids. The State Superintendent of Public Instruction gave it a 4-star rating for the 2012-2013 school year.

Chief among its goals is to teach its pupils to embrace lifelong learning. To this end, each senior embarks on a senior project that requires him or her to work closely with a mentor. The students tackle subjects that are unfamiliar, and in so doing, they learn how to learn. These skill sets make them assets in the university classroom or in any number of the businesses in Kuna, Idaho and its surrounding area.

Starting about the time of year that Kuna's seniors begin to get "senioritis," the Kuna Farmer's Market encourages local artists, craftspeople and naturally, farmers to set up tents in the Kuna City Park and sell their wares. The park becomes the real estate hot spot of the spring and summer months and counts as one of the best places to spend a Saturday.

The warm air embraces markets visitors as they poke the insides of flowers with curious fingers, examine summer vegetables such as sweet corn, broccoli and eggplant and breathe in the fragrance of homemade jams and jellies. And of course, trinkets such as gourd art and vibrant canvases splashed with the colors of the rainbow beckon visitors. These items promise that the inside of their homes will feel homey and provide a comfortable atmosphere for them to enjoy their fresh market produce.

Kuna Idaho Homes for Sale

The Kuna, Idaho homes for sale appeal to people who want to live in a place that retains the vibrant feeling that one gets from living in a close-knit community. The median age of the residents living in Kuna is about 28 years-old (US Census), but a large percentage of the population in town is older, and this small town offers the kind of solace that retirees and their families long for. For those who require it, assisted living is available. For those who don't, the city offers places for family members of all ages to play and interact with each other and the community in a meaningful way. From the Birds of Prey to the golf course to the medical services offered at the major medical centers nearby, Kuna has everything that residents need to fully participate in their lives.

Access to quality healthcare and wellness coaching counts as a major concern for many in the Treasure Valley. Fortunately, for city residents here, Kuna, Idaho lies 20 minutes or so from the major medical centers of Boise, Meridian and Nampa. Treasure Valley Hospital as well as St. Alphonsus in Nampa and St. Al's Regional Medical Center in Boise are nearby, giving town residents access to medical services that lend to the fullness of life. On any given day, people can come in for a physical check-up, head to the emergency room for some stitches after a softball mishap, receive nutritional counseling from an on-site expert or learn more about participating in lifetime sports that will keep them and their families healthy and active into their golden years.

Kuna Real Estate Activities

And a good place to start on the quest for lifetime wellness and fitness is at the Falcon Crest Golf Course. It is here on the greens that the laughter of fathers and sons, mothers and daughters rings out over the grass. Golfers at the beginning of their love affair with the game will enjoy the Robin Hood Course, where they acquaint themselves with the finer points of the 3 and 4 par course. On the Freedom Course, golfers bring out the long clubs and try to match their skills against the deep bunkers and endless fairways. Of course, after a day of play, the golf course welcomes players to the Greenside Grill, where they satisfy their hunger with some grills chorizos, burgers or chicken strips.

Residents looking for a different activity than an afternoon at the golf course can trade the lush grasses of the fairways for the fragrant grapes of Indian Creek Vineyard. This piece of Kuna, Idaho real estate was named "Idaho Winery of the Year" in the Spring of 2008 in the Wine Press's Northwest Spring Edition. This Treasure Valley winery lies just about 30 minutes from Boise. Indian Creek invites visitors to join in on events like wine tastings or live concerts. Those about to be married will find the grounds of the winery a welcome place to celebrate life's important passages under a canopy of tree leaves and a backdrop of grape vines.

But as great as some of these areas of Kuna, Idaho real estate are, some of the most memorable places in this area can only be reached and experienced by car. The Western Heritage Historic Byway stretches from Meridian, Idaho and heads straight into Kuna. An afternoon drive along this scenic Idaho byway rewards travelers with sightings of the Pioneer Cemetery, Swan Falls Road and even the volcanic cinder hill -- the place from which all Idaho surveys originate. It is here that the land remembers Idaho's history, and those who travel this way and stand on these grounds can almost see the faint ghosts of wild horse herds galloping on the hills and hear the song coming from the Shortline railhead as the trains move into town.

A considerable amount of time has passed since the trains provided a primary means of transportation into the city, but the spirit of the city, breathed into life by Kuna's forefathers is the same today as it was yesterday. People here still embrace old-fashioned values of family and place, but put themselves squarely in the path of all that the modern world has to offer. And Kuna, Idaho offers them a welcome place to call home when they need a break from the demands of the modern world.

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Listing information last updated on August 4th, 2020 at 10:15am MDT.