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Midcentury modern with big views asks $2.2M

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Located in Boise, Idaho

A wooden midcentury modern house with an overhanging roof and cement stairs going up towards a door. Photos by Moody Images

If you’ve been looking to move to the booming town of Boise, Idaho, here’s a midcentury modern gem ready for new owners. The five-bedroom, three-bath home was constructed in 1959 with midcentury tenets in mind.

The wood house features overhanging roofs with plenty of horizontal lines. Expansive windows let in light and a detached oversized garage provides parking. The 4,781-square-foot house sits on .73 acres steps from the Ridge to Rivers trail system, and a hilltop location provides big views of downtown and the valley below.

The home’s interiors boast wood floors, all white walls, and multiple fireplaces, even as renovations have lost some midcentury authenticity. And while this might not be a midcentury time capsule, there’s plenty to like about the listing’s indoor-outdoor living—especially the large deck and the well-landscaped gravel area that takes advantage of the city views.

The price tag, too, proves that Boise is no longer a sleepy potato town. 2313 North Claremont Drive is on the market for $2,250,000.

The home’s rear deck is large enough for an outdoor couch and chairs.
A view from the home’s deck looks down on the buildings of Boise, Idaho below.
Big windows and an all-white interior in the property’s living room.
A second living room features a gas fireplace, gray couches, and white walls.
A white bedroom has two doors that open onto the rear patio with views of Boise in the distance.
A basement features a large stone fireplace, wooden beams, and a red couch in front of a large TV.