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The City Of Middleton Welcomes You.

People choose Middleton for its small town charm and affordability. Only half-an-hour removed from the hussel and bussel of downtown Boise; if we didn’t tell you Boise was so close you might not believe it. Middleton has a small town culture where horses and farmland are the norm and getting directions to the best old fashion ice cream shake seems like a natural conversation.

And while Middleton hasn’t escaped the urban growth the Treasure Valley has seen through the years, finding affordable acreage remains a popular draw to the area. Overall, Middleton remains one of the most affordable communities in the Treasure Valley.

Call (208) 713-7420 or email

Call (208) 713-7420 or email

small town charm

Middleton, The Broad Strokes.

Although Middleton has collected new businesses as well as subdivisions, most residents still head out each morning to jobs in Boise, Caldwell and Nampa. Easy commuter routes to Boise and Caldwell are among the city’s key attractions to homebuyers.











 “One of the city’s goals is to be able to sustain some beautiful business and industry and have more jobs for our citizens.”

Middleton then & Now

The History Of Middleton.

Middleton was named for its location between the old fort Boise and Keeney’s Ferry; it being the midpoint between the two. It served as a rest stop for those heading for Keeney’s Ferry. It had a stage station in the early days of the Oregon Trail, a post office in 1866 and a water powered grist mill in 1871.


Middleton is the oldest settlement in Canyon County,
with the land being parceled out in 1863 by William N. Montgomery. The Boise River flooded in 1872 and cut a new channel, isolating the town on an island; as a result, the town moved to a new location in the years after 1880. The town incorporated as a city in 1910, although the certificate was not issued until 1971.


Middleton’s Latest Listings

Recently Added To The Middleton 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 Capital City

1420 W. Washington St

Boise, ID 83702

Tel: (208) 344-7477

Get in touch with us

Kerrigan Mayer

(208) 713-7420

Trayci Teroy

(208) 320-1816