The Snake River Valley, with its placid waters and natural pallet of fields, orchards, rolling hills, tree-lined creeks, quaint farmhouses, barns and silos is reminiscent of the Champagne region of Northern France. The Owyhee mountain range overlooks this picturesque valley. The bright salmon color of the sunset reflects off the waters of the mighty Snake, as the geese, ducks and pelicans rhythmically paddle their way through the slow-moving eddies. It is quiet, except for the occasional hoot of an owl or song of a meadowlark. A warm breeze blows across the valley, whispering a quiet tune through the Russian olives, weeping willows, cottonwood and fir, bringing with it the faint smell of honeysuckle, syringa and lavender. This is American farm country, and pure Americana. Located within the burgeoning Idaho Wine Country the region has a unique style and flavor all its own. Its charm and beauty are unmistakable. Once you come over the hill from the Treasure Valley, you will recognize it immediately as the “Jewel of the Snake."
A rich farming region, burgeoning wine industry, and revitalized downtown corridor make Caldwell, Idaho a city to watch in the beautiful Treasure Valley. Caldwell is undergoing some impressive development of both the old and new, urban and rural, professional and recreational. A region known historically for its agriculture, industry, and trading; Caldwell is in the process of adding a rejuvenated downtown area, modern housing, small acreage developments, as well as arts and entertainment options.
Perhaps the most exciting development to take place in the last 25 years, is the growing popularity of winerys in the greater Caldwell region. There are over a Dozen Distinct winery's along the "Sunnyslope Wine Trail",of the Snake River Valley Wine Region, all of which are located just South West of Caldwell. This is the heart of Idaho Wine Country and is quickly growing in both fame and popularity throughout the Northwest.
You will find your real estate options surrounding Caldwell to be rooted in acreage tracts, rural property, and view property (including lake front near Lake Lowell). The City itself has an array of subdivision tracts from the $100,000 range to the $500,000 range.