- $189,000 |
- Pending |
- Residential |
- 3 Beds |
- 2 Baths |
- 1,466 Sqft |
- MLS# 21919670
Honey, stop the car. Don’t miss out on this fabulous Elmwood/Aksarben ranch boasting with tons of updates as it is sure to move fast. 3-bedroom, 2 bath ranch nestled on a flat lot. Large living room opens to dinette area of kitchen. Updated kitchen with new flooring, tile backsplash, white painted cabinets with update hardware, new countertops, and stainless & black appliances. Newer back slider door opens to the backyard & patio. Main Bath updates include tile flooring, new bathtub, new fixtures and double vanity with solid surface countertop. All bedrooms have ceiling fans and newer carpet. Finished basement with large family room area will be perfect for gatherings. Tons of additional storage an additional room that could be finished into an office. Enjoy fall evenings on your patio over looking your partially fenced yard.
Pacific St to 69h St, North on 69th to Mason St, East on Mason St for 2 blocks. Home faces North.
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In 1889, noted landscape architect H. W. S. Cleveland recommended that the city of Omaha develop a park on its western edge to “shut out city sights and sounds in order to refresh the senses." City fathers agreed with this need and were successful in obtaining a donation of 55 acres at 802 South 60th Street which they named Elmwood Park.
Today the park sits in the middle of the city and covers 208 acres. Amenities include an 18 hole golf course, a popular community swimming pool, two baseball fields, miles of hiking and biking trails, an enclosed pavilion, as well as picnic areas and wooded, natural terrain.
In 1937, the University of Omaha was moved to a site abutting Elwood Park on the north and west and was housed in one large building. Currently close to 21,000 students attend classes, participate in activities, and live in numerous new and newly remodeled buildings on this beautiful, urban campus, now known as the University of Nebraska at Omaha.
Most homes in the family friendly Elmwood Park neighborhood were built in the 1950’s and vary in style and price point. This residential area lies west of the park and the campus and is served by Omaha Public and several private schools. With the park’s amenities plus a vibrant retail corridor along 72nd Street, this midtown community is a popular home site for many Omahans.
For additional information contact elmwoodparkomaha.com
Aksarben/Elmwood Park Neighborhood Association: http://aepna.wordpress.com/
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