Woodland Meadows an affordable Hayden hotspot

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  • Photo by TYLER WILSON Woodland Meadows is an affordable neighborhood close to Hayden-area amenities and attractions.

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    Photo by TYLER WILSON Entry sign into Woodland Meadows in Hayden.

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    Photo by TYLER WILSON Woodland Meadows is close to outdoor activities at Honeysuckle Beach and Finucane Park.

  • Photo by TYLER WILSON Woodland Meadows is an affordable neighborhood close to Hayden-area amenities and attractions.

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    Photo by TYLER WILSON Entry sign into Woodland Meadows in Hayden.

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    Photo by TYLER WILSON Woodland Meadows is close to outdoor activities at Honeysuckle Beach and Finucane Park.

Everything you need in Hayden can be found a short distance from Woodland Meadows, an established neighborhood within walking distance of core amenities.

“It’s one of the most affordable Hayden neighborhoods on the east side of Highway 95,” said Danielle Watson, a Realtor with John L. Scott Real Estate. “It’s very centralized.”

Located just east of Government Way between Honeysuckle Avenue and Prairie Avenue, Woodland Meadows is close to food, fun and premium outdoor spaces. The neighborhood is a short walk to things like the Hayden Post Office, or fajitas at Rancho Viejo, or $3 movies at the Hayden Discount Cinema. Just north off Government Way is access to Triple Play Family Fun Park and Raptor Reef Indoor Water Park, and the Hayden Walmart is only two traffic lights away.

Public access to Hayden Lake is just east at Honeysuckle Beach, with swimming and picnic areas, a volleyball court, public fishing dock and other amenities.

Even closer is Finucane Park, located just outside the neighborhood on the corner of Prairie Avenue and Fourth Street. The 10-acre park includes three baseball/softball fields, playground equipment, two covered gazebos and other amenities. The park is named after Charles C. Finucane, a naval commander during World War II.

Most homes in Woodland Meadows were built between 1992 and 1999, and Watson cited 13 homes sold in the neighborhood in the past six months. Average sales have been around the $250,000 mark. Average lot size runs about .3 of an acre. The CC&Rs and Homeowner’s Association also allows shops on neighborhood lots.

Currently there is one pending sale and one home available in Woodland Meadows. The available home is a three-bedroom, two-bathroom with just under, 1,700 square feet listed at $234,900.

For more information on Woodland Meadows, contact Danielle Watson at (208) 704-3866, or Patty Muhlhauser, also of John L. Scott Real Estate, at (208) 625-0623. Visit www.daniellew.johnlscott.com www.pattymu.johnlscott.com for more resources and area listings.

Let us know about standout neighborhoods and developments that we may feature in an upcoming Neighborhood of the Week. Contact Tyler Wilson at twilson@cdapress.com.

Real Estate Agents, take advantage of Neighborhood of the Week by sending in your suggestions for featured areas, including sites outside the normal confines of Coeur d’Alene, Post Falls and Hayden.

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