- $118,000 |
- Active |
- Residential |
- 3 Beds |
- 1 Bath |
- 1,098 Sqft |
- MLS# 21927820
OPEN HOUSE 12-2pm Welcome home! This 3 bedroom 1 and a half bath home is just what you have been looking for! Spacious living room, with main floor master with full bathroom on main. Eat in kitchen with all appliances included... Two bedroom on second level. One has attached half bath with 2 closets. Bonus space off one of the bedrooms perfect for an office, reading nook, etc. ( currently being used as child's playroom). Basement is waiting for your final touches! Lots of space to make it your own! Huge backyard, partially fenced, with large deck perfect for entertaining. 2-10 Home Warranty included! Sold As- Is.
Ames Ave. to 50th Street, head north on 50th to Grand Ave, head east on Grand Ave. house to the left.
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North Omaha is a large geographical area composed of many smaller neighborhoods with a rich historical and cultural background. It’s geographical boundaries consist roughly of Cuming and Dodge Street on the South, 72nd Street on the West, Omaha’s city limits on the North, and the Missouri River and Carter Lake on the East. Bemis Park, Country Club, Miller Park, Minne Lusa, Saratoga, NoDo, Florence, Benson, Fontenelle View, and Adams Park are just a few of the neighborhoods found in the area.
Historically, it is noted as being the site of the Mormon Pioneers’ Winter Quarters, the birthplace of Malcolm X, the Fort Omaha Historical District (home of General Crook’s headquarters), and the birthplace of jazz artists Preston Love and Buddy Miles. Noted athletes Bob Gibson, Johnny Rogers, Gale Sayers, Ahman Green and Bob Boozer were all born and raised in the area.
The area is the site of modern housing developments as well as homes built in the Arts and Crafts, Romanesque, Tudor, and Queen styles. There are also many bungalows and Cape Cod homes found in certain neighborhoods.
North Omaha is a sustaining community working hard to provide more business and manufacturing opportunities for its citizens. Several big box stores and have announced plans to locate in the area; and entrepreneurs are opening specialty shops in many sites along Maple Street, 24th Street, 30th Street and 16th Street.. The North Omaha Business Park is the home of several businesses and is diligently working to attract others.
Creighton University and Metropolitan Community College have large campuses in the area and health care is readily available through the Creighton University Medical Center, and the Charles Drew Health Center. With magnet schools and community activity programs the neighborhoods are working conscientiously to provide a comfortable life-style for the citizenry.
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