Boise mathematician and scientist Tim Barber built what’s come to be known as the “Boise Castle” on Warm Springs Avenue in 2010. Its construction on Boise’s historic Warm Springs Avenue initially fomented comments and controversy, but now is part of the neighborhood’s fabric. The house is on the market, and the sale price has been reduced to just under $3 million. Learn more at missycoman.grouponesothebysrealty.com. Provided by Blu Fish Photography
Boise mathematician and scientist Tim Barber built what’s come to be known as the “Boise Castle” on Warm Springs Avenue in 2010. Its construction on Boise’s historic Warm Springs Avenue initially fomented comments and controversy, but now is part of the neighborhood’s fabric. The house is on the market, and the sale price has been reduced to just under $3 million. Learn more at missycoman.grouponesothebysrealty.com. Provided by Blu Fish Photography

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Boise’s Warm Springs Castle is on the market for $3.4 million

July 14, 2016 1:32 PM

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