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The City Of Caldwell Welcomes You.

Sitting below the surrounding Owyhee, Weiser and Boise mountain ranges is the City of Caldwell. Recreational activities are a highlight of Idaho and the Caldwell area provides access to a variety of enthusiasts from rock hounds to river rafters, skiers to hot springs lovers, trail riders to hikers and much, much more.

Sitting below the surrounding Owyhee, Weiser and Boise mountain ranges is the City of Caldwell. Recreational activities are a highlight of Idaho and the Caldwell area provides access to a variety of enthusiasts from rock hounds to river rafters, skiers to hot springs lovers, trail riders to hikers and much, much more.

Call (208) 713-7420 or email kerr@letsliveboise.com

Call (208) 713-7420 or email kerr@letsliveboise.com

Small Town, Big Improvements

Caldwell, The Broad Strokes.

Caldwell, 25 miles west of Boise, is the second largest city in Canyon County. The premier event in Caldwell is the Caldwell Night Rodeo, “Where the Cowboys are the Stars,” a western tradition that is held in August.

 

 

POPULATION

53,942

AV HOUSEHOLD INCOME

$41,048

MEDIAN RENT

$1,150

AV HOME LISTING PRICE

$188,663

Caldwell has been recognized as “the heart of Idaho wine country” with a variety of wineries to tour located in the nearby countryside. Many enjoy the summer concert series hosted each year by Ste. Chapelle Winery.

Caldwell Grew Quickly

The History Of Caldwell.

Caldwell’s inception largely occurred as a result of the construction of the Oregon Short Line Railroad, which connected Wyoming to Oregon through Idaho. Robert E. Strahorn came to the Boise River Valley in 1883 to select a route for the railroad, and rejected the grade into Boise City as too steep, therefore choosing a site 30 miles to the west.

 

He drove a stake into an alkali flat of sagebrush and the City of Caldwell was platted. Caldwell was named after one of Strahorn’s business partners, Alexander Caldwell, a former Senator from Kansas. When Caldwell was platted in August 1883, its founder, the Idaho and Oregon Land Improvement Company, started persuading settlers and businessmen to move to the area. Within four months, Caldwell had 600 residents living in 150 dwellings, 40 businesses in operation, a school, a telephone exchange and two newspapers.

 

Nature Beckons

Caldwell In A Nutshell.

Caldwell offers something for everyone. Recreational enthusiasts can access a variety of rocks, rivers, hot springs and hiking/biking/riding trails from the city’s core. Wine enthusiasts can head out from Caldwell to the nearby Sunny Slope Wine Trail, and foodies can delight in farm-to-table plates from one of many award-winning restaurants. Caldwell is a pleasant mix of old and new, come see for yourself!

 

Diverse Caldwell

Annual Events.

Caldwell hosts a variety of events through the year. Take part in the biggest Cinco de Mayo celebration in the Treasure Valley, peruse the Wednesday evening Farmers Market from May – October and join in the Indian Creek Festival, a two-day community event chock-full of activities from the Fireman’s Breakfast to the kayak race to the Wagons Ho Chuck Wagon experience and more! Residents and visitors alike also appreciate great golf at the Purple Sage or Fairview Golf courses.

Caldwell’s Latest Listings

Recently Added To The Caldwell Market.

Maybe you’ve outgrown your home, looking to upgrade or simply looking for more space or a nice change. Whatever your needs are, we are beyond ready to help you with this process.

 

Office Address

RE/MAX Executives

46 E Eagle River St.

Suite 130

Eagle, ID 83616

Tel: (208) 938-9099

Fax: (208) 938-8099

Get in touch with us

Kerrigan Kalange

kerr@letsliveboise.com

(208) 713-7420

Trayci Teroy

trayci@letsliveboise.com

(208) 320-1816

Frank Kalange

fxr@letsliveboise.com

(208) 353-6529