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Hello Hayden: Lancaster Corridor

Lancaster Road acts as the northernmost hub of Hayden and Hayden Lake.


Hayden North, located on the west side of Highway 95 off of Lancaster Road, is a recent and very popular development along the Lancaster Corridor. This neighborhood is a Hayden Homes community with houses starting in the upper $200k. Upon completion there will be walking paths and a community park. Just across the way is Lancaster Market and a small shopping plaza currently home to a local favorite, Belle’s Brunch House.

On the east side of Highway 95 Lancaster leads to Hayden Lake Road after about 4 miles. Along that stretch are many individually owned pieces of property and several neighborhoods. One of the first roads you pass while on Lancaster Road is Strahorn Road which will connect you to the Avondale area on the south side or further into Hayden on the north.

Just a bit further is Deer Park Estates and Forest Ridge, both with homes sitting on about one acre of land each. Some of these homes have been built by Rosenberger Construction or Monarch Homes, with others being built by Daum Construction. There are currently no more lots available in Deer Park Estates neighborhood but new construction is still underway. Homes in either of these neighborhoods typically list around $850k.

Further east Rimrock Road connects to the Avondale area to the south and further into Hayden to the north as well.

The next neighborhood to reach from Lancaster Road is an upscale, 80 acre, gated community known as Rimrock Meadows. Rosenberger Construction and Monarch Homes are two of the preferred builders in this neighborhood. Currently there are many lots still available as well as spec homes from the builders.

Neighboring Rimrock Meadows, just before Lancaster Road turns to East Hayden Lake Road, English Point Recreation Area is host to a small trail system. The trail system is split by English Point Road. Longer trails with access for horses can be found on the west side while shorter trails more suitable for walkers and children can be found on the east side. All trails have benches along the way and wind through wooded land. This is a very accessible area for families, joggers, dog walkers, and mountain bikers or horse riders and is a non-motorized only area.

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