- $266,000 |
- Active |
- Residential |
- 2 Beds |
- 3 Baths |
- 1,470 Sqft |
- MLS# 21906135
Omaha’s premier home builder, Legacy homes, presents Midtown Legacy. Incredible and unique, modern row-homes located in the heart of Midtown Omaha. Live the urban life with a new home in an old, established neighborhood. Experience an open floor plan and huge windows that bring in tons of natural light. Entertain on your own private rooftop deck and watch the neighborhood below. Walk to groceries, Midtown Crossing, Blackstone, Field Club or the dog park in Hanscom Park. Ask your agent about possible incentives. LIVE. LOVE. URBAN. LIFE! (photos of model unit and not that of actual home)
Four blocks North of Dodge on 32nd and California
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Gifford Park itself is home to a playground, baseball diamond, two tennis courts, walking paths, and a shelter area.
In the mid 1850's the city of Omaha surveyed and platted one of the first claims in the city which happened to be owned by Omaha's first mayor, Jesse Lowe. A portion of this claim, located in the general area bounded today by Dodge Street, the North Freeway, Cuming Street, and 38th Street became known as Gifford Park. This followed the donation of five and half acres by Dr. Harold Gifford, Sr. to be used in the area as a neighborhood park.
Today the community has a very active neighborhood association which is committed to preserving and revitalizing the community. Gifford Park itself is home to a playground, ball diamond, two tennis courts, walking paths, and a shelter area. One of the major projects for the past few years has been a community garden with programs especially aimed at teens and younger children. Because of its success, other communities are modeling similar programs after it.
The Gifford Park Neighborhood Association also sponsors an annual Easter Egg Hunt, a holiday decorating contest and a holiday neighborhood banquet. Active in Restore Omaha, it is intent on preserving buildings in the area--i.e. the former Tech High School which now serves as the Omaha Public School Administrative Building and Duchesne Academy of the Sacred Heart as well as homes for families of all income brackets.
Gifford Park Neighborhood Association: http://www.giffordparkomaha.org/
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