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The Shores subdivision in Eagle Idaho is one of the most desirable locations in the area. Bordering the Boise River, and having other community water features, The Shores offers some great waterfront properties. Lot sizes generally range from about .4 acres to over an acre. Below you can search The Shores homes for sale in Eagle Idaho. You can also search the neighboring Two Rivers Subdivision.
The morning sun slowly trickles in the kitchen window, gradually casting golden bars across the granite countertops of the kitchen's floating bar. Two matching black coffee mugs sit on the counter with their handles tangled together, almost as if they're intertwined. Beside them two plates reveal the last remnants of breakfast. The couple who bought this home at The Shores in Eagle, Idaho will do the dishes later. Today is the day they explore their new neighborhood with all its trappings, starting with their own pond and beach right out the back door.
In the summer months, the couple imagines that they'll eat breakfast out here on the weekends. And maybe, the winter months will be spent catching some sun on snowy days and watching the winter birds fly over the pond. As they inspect the yard, they admire landscaping as they make their way down the garden stones that form the walkway to the beach. The view of this little pond is almost as good from the inside of the house as from the outside.
Leaving the confines of their backyard, the new residents of The Shores in Eagle, Idaho head to the pool and club house. This stunning piece of property counts as one of the biggest draws for people who buy one of the homes for sale at The Shores, and the new couple is no exception. The club house is elegant, looking more like a manor house in Europe than a club house. Two built-in bookcases hold rows of books that residents borrow and then return. And on lazy afternoons, some come here to flip through the pages of the latest best seller or visit with neighborhood friends over tea. With the nicely appointed kitchen, the preparation for the impromptu tea party is done in just a few minutes.
The club house itself overlooks one of four ponds found in The Shores subdivision; it's connected to the vanishing pool. The sunlight reflecting on the pool causes the new couple to linger. It's early yet, but already a few neighbors have taken up residence in one of the striped lounge chairs; even if a person didn't move the whole day, they'll be in for a treat for the eyes. The vanishing pool cascades down into a larger pond area, where the banks offer refuge for water fowl and a place for the deep roots of the weeping willows that dot the shoreline. The scene resembles a painting by one of the old masters, perhaps Renior or Thomas Cole.
Turning away from the pool, the couple wanders on. There's plenty to see. Sixteen acres and about 86 home sites mean that there's always another corner to explore. The Shores offers buyers beautiful water-features and cascading fountains. The landscaping covers the whole community with green leaves and grasses and a burst of flowers that are almost Technicolor in their brilliance. Subdivision pathways lead to the Boise Greenbelt, where countless families while away afternoons, fishing, hiking or just sitting on a log by the bubbling waters. Also located in The Shores in Eagle, Idaho are some multi-use common areas, where the couple sees some neighborhood kids playing two-on-two basketball. So far, no one has hit the tennis courts yet, but they surely will later.
Although it's tempting to just stay inside this beautiful subdivision, occasionally, people must leave The Shores in Eagle. Although the couple doesn't yet have kids, they know eventually, they take their kids to school at one of the schools in the Eagle School District. Or they must do some shopping at Albertson's. Occasionally, they'll meet a business colleague for lunch at Bardenay's right next to the Eagle Hilton or drink coffee with a friend at Rembrandt's. State Street takes them further out of Eagle toward Nampa and Caldwell going one way or back into Boise, where they reach home improvement stores, medical services, work and outdoor nightlife.
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Listing information last updated on April 30th, 2017 at 6:37am MDT.