According to the 2019 Farmer’s Almanac, this winter is going to be pretty cold. To combat the frigid temperatures, we recommend cozying up to a crackling fire! We’ve rounded up some Omaha area homes with stunning fireplace to help keep you warm this winter.
Whether you’re looking for a classic, red-bricked hearth or you want a more modern look, we’ve got something for everyone. Take a moment to peruse these gorgeous homes — we’re sure you’ll find one that warms your heart!
5 Beds | 6 Baths | 4,446 Square Feet | $850,000
This home can be found at 9005 Leavenworth Street, Omaha | Listed by Kelly Buscher and Ryan Gibson
This fireplace just oozes class and sophistication. The marble detailing along with the white trim fits in perfectly with the rest of the room decor. The pops of color using pillows and stools add a touch of personality to this room without making it feel overwhelming.
4 Beds | 3 Baths | 3,424 Square Feet | $599,000
This home can be found at 22114 Cedar Circle, Elkhorn | Listed by The Jacobsen Group
This fireplace, just like the home it lives in, is timeless and classic. The simple stone face combined with the white built-ins are gorgeous. Plus, we love the addition of the solid wood mantle! Other features of this amazing home include a stunning, modern kitchen, a luxurious master suite and a backyard perfect for entertaining (in those warmer months, of course!).
5 Beds | 5 Baths | 3,202 Square Feet | $625,000
This home can be found at 5102 Webster Street, Omaha | Listed by Steve Hansen
This space is perfect for settling down with a book or a movie and a cup of your favorite hot beverage. We love the personal touches on the mantel as well as the addition of bookcases on either side of the fireplace.
6 Beds | 6 Baths | 6,388 Square Feet | $1,200,000
This home can be found at 1022 S 80 Street, Omaha | Listed by The Rensch Group
When architect Stan How designed this home, he wanted the space to be a continuation of its natural surroundings. I think it’s safe to say he nailed it. This living space feels clean and cozy while also making you feel closer to nature. This beautiful soaring fireplace is the cherry on top!
6 Beds | 5 Baths | 5,840 Square Feet | $795,000
This home can be found at 809 N 133 Street, Omaha | Listed by Shari Thomas and Jill Anderson
The dark wood of this gorgeous fireplace along with the accompanying built-ins go so well with the neutral tones in the decor. We love the open space above the mantel to hang an eye-catching painting. The large windows allow for the perfect vantage point to watch falling snow while sitting next to a crackling fire.
4 Beds | 4 Baths | 6,213 Square Feet | $2,600,000
This home can be found at 19414 Mynster Springs Road, Council Bluffs | Listed by The Jansen Team
This space feels like you’re at a private getaway in the mountains! The stone fireplace with the rustic detailing along with the authentic log cabin will make you feel like you’re on vacation all year long. This home sits on nearly 100 wooded acres, giving you the secluded haven you’ve always needed.
5 Beds | 5 Baths | 4,636 Square Feet | $370,000
This home can be found at 5035 S 174 Street, Omaha | Listed by John Hanson
The brick detailing on this fireplace is exquisite. We particularly love the use of different color brick which makes this fireplace feel like a tesserae art piece. The cathedral ceilings make this space feel open and airy. Plus, the tall windows let in an abundance of natural light, perfect for watching the sunrise on early winter mornings.
4 Beds | 6 Baths | 4,167 Square Feet | $575,000
This home can be found at 1210 Norton Drive, Papillion | Listed by Mary Marinkovich
This cozy space is perfect for both relaxing winter afternoons or for entertaining family and friends during the holidays. We can just picture the stockings hanging from this fireplace mantle and garland adorning the shelves of the built-ins. This charming Papillion home also boasts two other gorgeous fireplaces along with stunning golf course views and a chef’s kitchen!
Which of these homes is on your wishlist? Let us know in the comments!