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The Omaha Field Club area was developed by affluent families in the late 1800’s. It was Omaha’s first suburb and was bounded on the east by the city’s largest green space, Hanscom Park. The Omaha Field Club which was Omaha’s first country club and golf course roughly formed its west boundary and became the neighborhood’s namesake.
With these two amenities, plus a trolley system which connected it to the city’s center, the...
Located north and west of 144 th and Fort Streets, Saddlebrook has become one of Omaha’s more popular developments. Noted for its beautiful, newer homes, it also attracts homeowners because of its unique school/library/community center. Nowhere else in Omaha will you find these three community services housed in one structure, separated but cooperating and sharing facilities.
Saddlebrook Elementary School is a part of the Omaha Public School...
The Lewis Central area is defined by the Lewis Central Community School district which incorporates area inside and outside the city. Approximately a third of the student number of the Council Bluffs School District includes a modern high school and middle school, primary school for pre-kindergarten through second grade and an intermediate school for third through fifth grades.
Housing in the Lewis Central district ranges primarily from homes built in the 1960s...
Nestled on a 250 acre plot a mile or so south of the Dodge expressway and west of the Elkhorn River is the community known as Riverside Lakes. Established in the late 1900’s primarily as a site for summer getaways, it has now become the permanent home for most residents. It is especially popular with families who enjoy boating, fishing and a casual outdoor life-style.
Both lakes in the complex are stocked with fish and provide water activities. ...
Established in 1892, Bennington, Nebraska, maintains its safe, small-town atmosphere with the conveniences of the larger Omaha metropolitan area located just ten miles to the north and west of Omaha. An excellent place for family living. The population was 1,458 at the 2010 census.
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Unique, well-maintained homes of many styles and ages are found in the Loveland community. Located between Pacific and Center Street from 78 th Street to 84 th Street, the neighborhood has large, two-story brick homes, Tudors, and colonials as well as ranches and modern multi-levels situated on estate sized lots. In other areas there are somewhat smaller, but equally lovely homes with many architectural features situated on a more usual grid...
As Omaha’s population grew in the mid 1800’s trolleys were built for travel north and south of the downtown area. Development of the city itself followed these lines, with city expansion to the west occurring at a much slower rate. During this time villages formed west, northwest and southwest of the city itself, one of them being Fairacres.
Developed with large lots on curvilinear, unpaved streets it had much appeal for Omaha’s wealthy...
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