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Bonneville Pointe

Bonneville Pointe Subdivision is named in honor of U.S. Army Captain Benjamin Bonneville and his party who are credited with naming the Boise Valley, during an expedition in 1833. Captain Bonneville’s route helped to establish what became the Oregon Trail for settlers entering the Boise River Valley. Bonneville Pointe is truly unique in that it abuts the historic Oregon Trail. In fact, you can still see the ruts that were carved there more than 150 years ago by the wagon wheels of westbound emigrants on the Oregon Trail.


Just take the Highway 21/Gowen Road exit (exit #57) off of I-84 and head north. After crossing Federal Way, watch for the next stoplight and take a right onto South Technology Way.

Starting at $425,000


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Les Boise

Community Amenities

  • 10 minutes from downtown Boise and Lucky Peak State Park
  • Close to outlet mall, dining, Simplot Sports Complex, Ice World, and Micron Technology
  • Close to the historic Oregon Trail
  • Nearby hiking, biking, and rock climbing

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