Homes with Guest House in Meridian, ID

Southeast Meridian, Ada
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Listed May 13th, 2021
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United States   ›   Idaho   ›   Meridian
Largest Recent Price Drops
147 W Oakhampton Dr. -$100,000 (-8.3%)
13368 W Bellflower Drive -$45,001 (-5.3%)
266 E COPPER RIDGE -$29,900 (-4.1%)
4164 Pine Bluff -$26,000 (-3.4%)
1055 W Crosswind Street -$20,000 (-3.2%)
4687 W Blue Creek Ct -$10,005 (-1.7%)
5272 N Cortona Way -$10,000 (-1.7%)
1142 W Fairwood -$5,000 (-1.4%)
Meridian currently has 61 residential homes for sale on the market. The median list price is $600,000 or $271 / ft². These listings range from $475,000 in the lower quartile to $750,000 in the upper quartile. The average home currently for sale in Meridian is around 15 years old and 2,340 ft². There are currently 0 studio, 0 one-bedroom, 4 two-bedroom, 19 three-bedroom, and 38 four+ bedroom listings for sale.
A more detailed breakdown of sizes and prices is below:
Bedrooms Price Price / ft²
2 BR $480,000 $441
3 BR $469,900 $277
4+ BR $699,450 $254

Out of the 61 listings that are currently on the market, there are 0 condos, 59 houses, 2 townhouses, and 0 multifamilies. Our real-time inventory refreshes every hour, so that you see the best new inventory available on the market.

This search area is located within Ada County, Idaho. Ada County, Idaho has 425,798 residents in 160,398 households. The median age of this county is 36.1 with a majority of inhabitants married. At least 67.50% of those living in this county currently own their homes. Roughly 8.98% of population here speak a language other than English at home.

The median income in this county is $58,099, with an employment rate of 62.7%. It tends to take those living in Ada County, Idaho an average of 20.3 minutes to get to work, with a majority commuting by car. Out of the total population of those 25 and older, 12.16% have a master’s or above, 24.81% have a bachelor’s, and 21.85% have a high school degree.

More broadly, Ada County, Idaho is a part of the Boise City, ID Urban Area. The Boise City, ID Urban Area has around 378,588 residents, or 146,058 households with a median age of 36.2. Residents in this urban area have a median income of $57,040 and a home ownership rate of 66.20%.

Searching on Zillow Meridian, Trulia, or RealtyHop has the most comprehensive mortgage and property record data to help you make the best buying decision.

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