Shelley Phillips
Boise Premier Real Estate

Cell: 208.850.1350

Shelley has worked in the Real Estate industry for almost 20 years. She specializes in new construction and has worked for many of the top Treasure Valley builders.  She also loves finding her clients their perfect resale home, and she and her team are knowledgeable in getting homes sold for top dollar.

Since getting her real estate license in 2007, she has been a Top Producer and has received the Circle of Excellence award every year. In 2017, she earned the coveted lifetime achievement award for the Circle of Excellence. Her devotion to service and her understanding that purchasing or selling a home is among the most important decisions a person makes has earned her numerous repeat customers and many referrals.

Shelley has served on the Ada County Association of Realtors Education Committee and is currently serving on the IMLS Rules and Policies Committee .

Though not originally from Idaho, Shelley moved to McCall in 1997 where she met and married her husband, Roger, and then moved to Boise in 2000. When not crazy busy with real estate, outdoor adventures are at the top of her to-do list.

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Another of Southwest Idaho’s rapidly growing communities, Meridian is located just 10 miles west of Boise, immediately accessible from Interstate 84. The city’s 2014 estimated population was 75,092.

Meridian History
Like many Idaho towns, Meridian owes its existence to the development of an irrigation system. Its earliest settlers lived along Five Mile Creek, where water was available most of the year. The first school opened in 1885, and a post office opened along the rail line from Boise to Nampa soon after. It was named Hunter. When the Settlers Ditch brought irrigation water in 1892, the population grew. In 1893, an Order of Odd Fellows Lodge was established and chose the name Meridian, because the surveyor’s meridian passes through the town. Lodge members surveyed the town site and named it Meridian after the lodge.

Farmers planted large fruit orchards, establishing an industry that thrived through the 1940s. The first creamery was built in 1897 and when other dairying related businesses followed, the town became known as a dairy center for the state.

Meridian still celebrates its roots in the dairy industry, with Meridian Dairy Days, held each June. Other fun festivities include the Chili Cook-off in January and the Scarecrow Festival in October.