14056 Weir Street

Omaha, NE 68137

  • $125,000
  • Sold
  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • MLS# 21816163
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Status:
Sold
Date Sold:
Oct 19, 2018
Sold Price:
$125,000
Beds:
3
Baths:
2
Style:
Ranch
Garage Spaces:
2

Location

Address:
14056 Weir Street
City:
Omaha
Zip Code:
68137
County:
Douglas County
Subdivision:
Westchester Of Millard

Additional Details

Year Built:
1963
Tax Year:
2018
Tax Amount:
$2,608

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Listed By
NP Dodge RE Sales Inc Sarpy
MLS Provider
GPR

This listing 14056 Weir Street Omaha, NE 68137 is a residential listing with 1 full bath, 1 three quarter bath, 3 bedrooms and approximately 1635 square feet. 14056 Weir Street was built in 1963. 14056 Weir Street is located in Omaha and in ZIP Code 68137. It has been listed on our site since Aug 31, 2018.

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Wendy Walker

Mortgage Loan Officer

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At Cobalt Credit Union it’s easy to finance your new home. For 70 years we’ve been serving the local community with outstanding customer service. Whether you are looking to buy or build a home, Cobalt Credit Union has the financing to meet your needs. Purchasing a home is one of the most important financial decisions in your lifetime. Let us help you make an informed decision.

Old Town Millard

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Old Millard is now a very popular community located in the southwestern section of the city of Omaha.  Formerly a separate village laid out by Ezra Millard in 1871, Omaha prevailed in annexing the rapidly growing area after a lengthy court battle ended a century later.  Many citizens of the area show pride in the community’s heritage and growth and are quick to identify their relationship to the neighborhood.  They are also pleased to proclaim ownership of the award winning Millard School District which now educates over 23,000 students in 36 facilities and serves many housing developments in geographical areas miles from the village’s core.

During its first 80 years, the town’s development was primarily dependent on agriculture and the Union Pacific Railroad.  It was hampered by numerous obstacles such as the economy, weather, and competition from other nearby communities, so growth in services and population was limited.   That all rapidly changed in the 1950’s with the construction of Interstate I-80 through the area and the opening of a Western Electric plant which initially employed 2,000 people.   The plant’s workforce eventually grew to over 7,700 with employees coming from all around the surrounding area.  Tired of the commute, many looked for housing in the Millard area, resulting in not only a building boom, but an explosion in the school population and need for churches, shopping, and medical facilities.

With changes in the communication industry—especially the court ordered break-up of the AT&T conglomerate—production diminished and ownership of the Western Electric plant changed with the facility being sold to commercial investors in 2010.  Today the building houses a large lumber company and offices for several well-known corporations.  It is fronted by a large shopping center which is the home of several “big box” stores as well as numerous shops, and restaurants which blend well with the occupants of the abutting main street of the Old Millard.

The area remains a popular home site for families looking for a small town atmosphere with popular amenities.  In the Old Millard area most homes are priced in the low to upper hundreds with near-by developments ranging up to over a million dollars.  New home construction continues and the future remains bright for the area.

 


 
 
 

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