- $400,000 |
- Active |
- Residential |
- 6 Beds |
- 4 Baths |
- 3,630 Sqft |
- MLS# 21908357
PRE-INSPECTED! Mesmerizing classic home which was Peter Keiwit’s original mansion. Carefully maintained to retain the character of the era & yet updated for modern convenience. Enjoy the prestige of owning one of Omaha’s premier historic properties. Main floor is an entertainer’s dream; spacious rooms, multiple gathering areas & chef’s kitchen. Gas range, oven w/ baking drawer, Advantium oven/microwave make preparing food a simple task. Master bedroom has what could be an attached nursery or sitting room. Balconies on the 2nd & 3rd floors give occupants relaxing, private retreats & amazing views. Main flr media room is an invitation to relax after a long day. 3 walls of windows & 2 skylights illuminate the sunroom. Radiant heat, zoned AC, new windows, copper pipes, new storm doors, poured concrete & steel subfloors are just a few of the superior features of the home’s construction. Oversized 2 car garage (rarity for this age home), sprinkler system, fenced yard. Close to downtown.
From Leavenworth St and 36th St go West on 36th, Left on 37th St
Results from this calculator are designed for comparative purposes only, and accuracy is not guaranteed.
Moderately priced homes which were built in the early to mid 1900’s are found in the Pacific-Leavenworth area. Some are in the vernacular style of working class homes from that period but many have up-dated kitchens and baths with porches that have been enclosed. Larger two story homes are also found in the community with price points in the low to mid $100,000’s reflecting size and amenities.
While some are rental properties serving employees and students of the nearby University of Nebraska Medical Center, the community is well-maintained with attractive landscaping. Retail and commercial sites are found along Leavenworth Street and newly developed Midtown Crossing with its shops, restaurants and active night life is a short drive away. The same is true for Ak-sar-ben Village, which is also an attractive social and retail center.
With close proximity to Omaha Public Schools, several parochial schools, churches of many denominations, Elmwood Park, and the amenities listed above, it is a popular place to live for urbanites of many ages and incomes.
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