- $850,000 |
- Pending |
- Residential |
- 3 Beds |
- 3 Baths |
- 4,103 Sqft |
- MLS# 22102600
Contract Pending, remain on market for back-up offers only. Enjoy the rustic look and charm of a log home. This custom built 1.5 story sits on 25.59 acres just north of Blair. 3 bed, 2.5 bath, detached 2 car, 40x60 Butler stainless outbuilding, grain bin and additional structures. You will love the open flr plan, floor to ceiling fire place, soaring ceilings, and overall picturesque setting. Main flr master suite & laundry. Mstr has private deck and fireplace. Large kitchen and dining with w/n pantry. Cozy upper level loft with covered deck that has views for miles plus 1 bed. Huge walk-out LL rec room w/large bedroom and bath. Huge storage area that could be converted into 2 more bedrooms and bath. Enjoy the beauty of nature & abundant wildlife from your covered deck. Set up for a small farm allowing cattle, horses, you name it.
Hwy 75 north of Blair, left on CR P16, take left fork onto CR P18, follow road to top of hill property on right.
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Blair was established in 1869, a community located approximately 25 miles north of Omaha on the Missouri River. The undeveloped land was selected by the Sioux City and Pacific Rail Road as the site for tracks to cross the Missouri River. It was platted by the railroad to provide sites for industrial and retail development as well as homes and support services for railroad employees.
The town literally grew overnight with new construction and older buildings carried overland from surrounding communities. Before year end there were churches, a bank, a newspaper, a hotel, as well as dry good and hardware stores. The population had grown to such an extent that it challenged Fort Calhoun, a neighboring community to relinquish its position as county seat. Blair won and has held this title ever since.
Today with a zip code population of almost 12,500 people, Blair has an active main street and is known for its community spirit and friendly small town atmosphere. It is the site of several agricultural and service industries and is home for many Omaha commuters. With excellent schools and houses of all ages and price ranges, it is a popular residential option for many families.
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City of Blair Information: http://www.blairnebraska.org/
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