Welcome to the luxurious lifestyle of NW Boise! With direct access to Optimist Park, you can spend your days enjoying the outdoors with your family, friends, & pet. Nestled at the end of a private lane, this custom home features RV parking, 3-car garage with a dog washing station, and a custom storage shed. The main level primary suite boasts a spa-like en suite bath with a huge closet. Hot tub, loft, and flex room add to your comfort and give you additional space to unwind. The perfectly outfitted chef's kitchen has appliance garages and a huge pantry, while the main-level guest bedroom offers plenty of room for visitors. With the greenbelt and foothills hiking trails nearby, you can always stay active and live life to the fullest! Video walkthrough at http://bit.ly/3HE9kG1
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