- $585,000 |
- Active |
- Residential |
- 5 Beds |
- 5 Baths |
- 3,824 Sqft |
- MLS# 21904904
Wow, even more updates since 2017. New light fixtures, ceiling fans, Rec room remodeled with new 82" TV & 2 other smaller ones for full view, even on on the patio. Some new electronic controls & speakers. Heat pump updated with both new control boards & newer Zoned heat & C/A. Totally spectacular setting including a 80x40 outbuilding, with work room of 20x40 that's heated & air conditioned with loads of electrical power. Original owners had a great workshop there. Outbuilding has a loft above the "workshop" & has 2 large overhead doors. Wet bar in the basement with totally exceptional lighting. Beautiful landscaping with many large Burr Oaks. Deer & turkey abound. No covenants. Reverse osmosis w/rural water & their septic. Some new carpet too. Unbelievable storage upstairs. 5 Acres surrounded by another 17 acres of untouched beauty (not for sale). Please obey the signs.
Highway 50 to Louisville. From the North go past the State park on the highway, up the hill & it is the 1st driveway past the road on the right that goes back down the hill. Not blue house (ranch), up on top of the hill & around to the left. Lg sign
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At the site where Highway 50 crosses the Platte River in Cass County is the town of Louisville. With a thirty minute drive to Omaha and a thirty minute drive to Lincoln it attracts visitors as well as commuters who enjoy living in a smaller town with many eclectic characteristics. For instance, there’s a main street with an old fashioned soda fountain in the drug store, a business which hosts “dress-up parties” for kids, a charming venue for the “ladies who lunch and love fashions from many eras”, several antique stores, an art gallery, and a woodcraft shop. In the same area you’ll find a grocery store, a hardware store, a car dealership, a gift and floral shop, a dentist, and a physicians’ clinic.
The town loves to host events such as the sixty mile Spring Fling bicycle ride between Louisville and Eagle in April, the Show N Shine auto and truck show in July, “Biscuits and Gravy” the last Saturday of each month at the Louisville Senior Center, Living History Day in April, and Louisville Daz which celebrates the community and is a homecoming event for many during the summer.
Outdoor recreation plays an important role in the city and parks near the city. There are swimming, baseball, football, and soccer facilities for organized and individual activities. Within the city is Louisville State Lakes—five fishing lakes, camper hook-ups, and a swimming lake with a sandy beach. Three miles from the city is Platte State Park—a large wooded recreational area with cabins, fishing, paddle boating, horseback riding, hiking, and a restaurant over-looking the Platte River.
The well-stocked public library and a pre-K –12 school system, which has won many scholastic and sports honors, are actively supported by citizens of the city both financially and with attendance at activities. Five churches hold services and aid the community through food banks and social services.
Homes have come a long way since the first “dug out” built in 1857. Country acreages and estates surround the city and restored Victorians , “farm homes”, bungalows and homes built within the past twenty years can be found throughout the area.
For further information: http://louisvillenebraska.com/
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