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From the Council Bluffs to Sarpy East, our team of 500+ real estate professionals know this area best. Take a moment to utilize our neighborhood search below, to find the ideal area based on name, lifestyle, or location.

Adams Park

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, 72 nd...

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Aksarben

In 1895 a group of Omaha businessmen formed an organization to promote cultural, agricultural, civic, and educational enrichment in the Omaha area.  It was called Aksarben (Nebraska spelled backwards) and was immediately...

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Ames / North Bend / Morse Bluff

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Arlington

Arlington is a small, quiet community with a population of over 2,000 people who enjoy its friendliness, good schools, and close proximity to excellent employment opportunities in Fremont, Valley and Omaha.  Located on the...

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Bellbrook

Bellbrook is a Sarpy County housing development that was initially incorporated in 2005.  Located  between Harrison Street  and Chandler Road, it fills 192 nd to 204 th Streets with newer homes on curvilinear...

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Bellevue

Incorporated in 1855, Bellevue played an important role in the development of the metropolitan community and is Nebraska’s oldest continuous town. Established as a fur trading settlement in 1822 for Native American...

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Bellevue/Offutt

Incorporated in 1855, Bellevue played an important role in the development of the metropolitan community and is Nebraska’s oldest continuous town. Established as a fur trading settlement in 1822 for native, American...

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Bemis Park

Bemis Park Landmark Heritage District is situated north of Cuming Street in the midtown area. It became a part of the city of Omaha in 1887 and was platted by George Bemis’s Land Company in 1889.  Bemis  was...

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Bennington

Established in 1892, Bennington, Nebraska, maintains its safe, small-town atmosphere with the conveniences of the larger Omaha metropolitan area located just ten miles to the north and west of Omaha. An excellent place for family...

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Bennington Lake

If you’re looking for a lakeside home with comfort and space for your family as well as the amenities needed to entertain friends, Bennington Lakes (also known as Newport Landing) may be the spot for you.  Just a few...

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Bent Creek

Tucked in an irregular area south and east of 164 th and Blondo Street is Bent Creek, a popular family neighborhood of two story and ranch homes priced in the low to mid $200,000’s.  Most homes in the development were...

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Blackstone

Located within the revitalized Midtown Crossing area is the Blackstone community.  The blocks near the Blackstone Center are the core of this district.  Built in 1915 as the Blackstone Hotel, this structure was primarily...

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Blair

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...

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Boys Town

In  1917, Father Edward J. Flanagan rented a boarding house on the edge of downtown Omaha and established a refuge for homeless boys of all races and religions.  The home served over 1,000 young men in the first year and...

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Carter Lake

Currently a community of approximately 4,000 people, Carter Lake, Iowa lies west of Omaha’s Eppley Airport. The city is unique in that it is surrounded on three sides by Omaha and the fourth by the Missouri River, making it...

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CB - East End

The east side of Council Bluffs is filled with treasures including the historic Haymarket Square which includes a mixture of eclectic shops and eateries. Downtown you find the 100 block of West Broadway in which the Chamber of...

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CB - South End

The south end of Council Bluffs includes homes of vintage ages as well as many new homes available under the city’s infill grand program.  Under the program, buyers receive a grant of $8,000 to $10,000 that is applied to...

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CB - West End

No doubt about it, the west end is a major gateway to the many offerings of Council Bluffs.  West Broadway continues to be transformed as development provides decorative lighting, renovated business and the addition of major...

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Champions Run/Eagle Run West

Champions Run is a private, 200 acre, 18 hole golf course and club house located at 138 th and Eagle Run Drive.  Surrounded by luxurious homes in the Eagle Run West subdivision, it is one of Omaha’s more prestigious...

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Concord Square

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, 72 nd Street...

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Conestoga Place

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, 72 nd...

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Council Bluffs/Iowa

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Council Bluffs/Iowa

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Country Club

Country Club Historic District is an irregularly shaped neighborhood located south of the revitalized Benson business district. Most homes in the area were built in the mid 1920’s through the early 1940’s and have...

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Country Club Nat'l Registry

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Dahlman

During the 1850’s the Dahlman area was the very first neighborhood platted in Omaha.  Its location, grassy hills directly south of downtown, provided ideal home sites for successful shopkeepers and professionals wanting...

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Deer Creek

In past generations, many non golfers, with a hint of sarcasm, referred to the game as “cow pasture pool”.  In the case of the Deer Creek neighborhood there is some truth to that phrase since the site of the golf...

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Downtown

Many individuals flying into Eppley Airport for the first time are simply awestruck at the sight of downtown Omaha.  Expecting cornfields and grazing cattle, they see high rise buildings and even a few skyscrapers, signs...

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Dundee Memorial

  The Dundee/Memorial Park community is a popular area in central Omaha located near both Memorial Park and Elmwood Park.  Homes have distinctive styles, the tree-lined streets, and cast iron street lights are a...

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Eagle Run

Lovely ranches, two stories, and story-and-a-half homes are found in the Eagle Run subdivision.  Located between 127 th and 132 nd , Corby to Maple Street, it abuts a popular golf course, also known as Eagle Run. ...

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El Centro

In 1884 cattle baron Alexander Hamilton Swan decided to purchase rural land south of the city of Omaha to establish a stockyards operation. Two years later it was incorporated as South Omaha with a population of 8,000. This rapid...

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El Corazon (The Heart)

In 1884 cattle baron Alexander Hamilton Swan decided to purchase rural land south of the city of Omaha to establish a stockyards operation. Two years later it was incorporated as South Omaha with a population of 8,000. This rapid...

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Elkhorn

Annexed by the city of Omaha in 2005, Elkhorn has not lost its small town atmosphere while adding numerous new subdivisions and businesses to its perimeter.   The original city was located on the eastern bluff overlooking...

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Elmwood Park

  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...

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Fairacres

As Omaha’s population grew in the mid 1800’s trolleys were built for travel north and south of the downtown area.  Development of the city itself followed these lines, with city expansion to the west occurring at a...

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Field Club

The Omaha Field Club area was developed by affluent families in the late 1800’s.  It was Omaha’s first suburb and was bounded on the east by the city’s largest green space, Hanscom Park.  The Omaha Field...

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Florence

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, 72 nd...

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Fontenelle Forest

In 1910, Dr. A. A. Tyler and Dr. Harold Gifford set out to form an organization of businessmen and scholars to preserve the scenic bluffs along the Missouri River south of Omaha.  The Fontenelle Forest Association consisted of...

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Fontenelle View

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, 72 nd...

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Ford Birthsite

An area abutting Hanscom Park is now known as the Gerald R. Ford Birthsite.  The name reflects this lovely memorial and garden which honor the former president, who was born and lived for a short time in the home of his...

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Fort Calhoun

Approximately eight miles north of Omaha, on the Missouri River, is the town of Fort Calhoun.  Its motto, “Gateway to the Past and Pioneers of the Future” perfectly describes the ideals the community...

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Fremont

Fremont is an incorporated city of over 30,000 people located approximately 30 miles northwest of Omaha.  With several connecting highways to Omaha, one being an expressway, it is a popular “bedroom community”...

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Fremont Lakes

Fremont is an incorporated city of over 30,000 people located approximately 30 miles northwest of Omaha.  With several connecting highways to Omaha, one being an expressway, it is a popular “bedroom community”...

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Gifford Park

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...

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Gingercove

In 1966, Ginger Cove was created as one of the area's premier spring-fed, sand-bottom lake home communities. Starting with an abandoned sandpit, the development was platted in three phases starting near the entrance on Highway...

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Glenwood

Glenwood, Iowa is a city of approximately 5,200 people, located 20 miles south of Omaha/Council Bluffs on I-29 and then  several miles east on Highway 34.  Settled by Mormons in 1848 in a hollow of the Loess Hills, it...

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Gold Coast

With its proximity to Mutual of Omaha, Midtown Crossing and UNMC, as well as it’s historic neighborhoods, churches (especially its renowned St. Cecilia's Cathedral), and schools (notably Duchesne Academy) the...

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Gretna

Located a few miles north of Interstate 80, is the incorporated town of Gretna.  It has been the fastest growing city in the state of Nebraska since the census was taken in 2000.  It currently shows a zip code...

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Hanscom Park

Fifty acres known as Hanscom Park were donated to the city in 1872 by James Megeath and Andrew Hanscom.    In 1889 the City’s Park Commission hired a landscape architect to improve the rough terrain.  The...

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Happy Hollow

  Happy Hollow is a quiet neighborhood located near Memorial Park.  Originally part of the Dundee neighborhood it was considered one community and historically, tied together.   Established as a village in...

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Harvey Oaks

Until the mid 1970’s the area northwest of 144th and Center Street was mostly agricultural with a stately brick home amid oak trees.  It was owned by the Harvey family and for locals was a community landmark.  Directly...

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Hillsborough

“Ensuring our neighborhood remains our home” is the slogan for the Hillsborough neighborhood, located in northwest  Omaha  at 132 nd to 144 th , Maple to Fort.  These are not just “words”,...

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Historic Country Club

Historic Country Club is located a few miles south of Interstate 680 between 60 th and 72 nd Streets.  The prestigious Omaha Country Club, for whom the community is named, boasts one of the best golf courses in the Omaha...

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Irvington

Located on the northwest edge of Omaha is the small, unincorporated village known as Irvington.  In the mid to late 1800’s a farming and ranching economy developed in the area, a post office opened,  and smaller...

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Joslyn Castle

The Joslyn Castle Neighborhood is located within the Gold Coast Historic District.  Named after the “castle” built for George and Sarah Joslyn at the beginning of the twentieth century, it remains a vibrant...

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Kennard

Typical of many Nebraska villages, Kennard played an important role in the growth of agriculture and the railroad system in eastern Nebraska from the mid 1800’s until the fall of the stock market in 1929 and the...

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Keystone

Raw land purchased by Omaha investor William Paxton Sr. south and east of 90 th and Fort Street in 1867 was almost immediately changed with the addition of roads and numerous trees.  Later the area became known as Keystone...

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La Aria (Kroc Center)

In 1884 cattle baron Alexander Hamilton Swan decided to purchase rural land south of the city of Omaha to establish a stockyards operation. Two years later it was incorporated as South Omaha with a population of 8,000. This rapid...

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La Vista

LaVista is a suburb of Omaha that was incorporated in 1960, the most recent city in the state of Nebraska to do so.  With a current population of over 16,000 it has shown tremendous growth in home construction, educational and...

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Lake Zorinsky

One of suburban, west Omaha’s most popular recreation areas is Zorinsky Lake Park.  Located at 156 th and F Streets, it has a 255 acre no-wake boating and fishing lake which is surrounded by 770 acres of public access...

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Lakeside Area

The Lakeside Area is a thriving multi-use community with roots in the 1960’s.  At that time the area was agricultural with only a few small industrial sites.  Following Omaha’s path of westward suburban...

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Leavenworth

Leavenworth Street runs east and west through the middle of the Leavenworth community with its east boundaries at I-480 and its west boundaries at 36 th Street. Many homes in the area were large two stories, built in the early...

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Legacy

If you’re looking for a quiet neighborhood in a setting teeming with wildlife amid mature trees, the Legacy Area is one you should consider.  It abuts a preserve in the Zorinsky Lake Park which is the perfect habitat for...

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Lewis Central

The Lewis Central area is defined by the Lewis Central Community School district which incorporates area inside and outside the city.  Approximately a third of the student number of the Council Bluffs School District includes...

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Lindens

One of west Omaha’s premier home sites is The Lindens.  Located between West Dodge Road and Blondo Street, 132 nd Street to 144 th Street, it has four separate subdivisions (Linden Estates, Linden Estates II, Linden...

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Long School

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, 72 nd...

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Los Campos (Playing Fields)

In 1884 cattle baron Alexander Hamilton Swan decided to purchase rural land south of the city of Omaha to establish a stockyards operation. Two years later it was incorporated as South Omaha with a population of 8,000. This rapid...

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Los Corales (Stockyards)

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Los Hardines (The Gardenos)

In 1884 cattle baron Alexander Hamilton Swan decided to purchase rural land south of the city of Omaha to establish a stockyards operation. Two years later it was incorporated as South Omaha with a population of 8,000. This rapid...

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Louisville

At the site where Highway 50 crosses the Platte River in Cass County is the town of Louisville.  With a thirty  minute drive to Omaha and a thirty minute drive to Lincoln it attracts visitors as well as commuters who...

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Loveland

Unique, well-maintained homes of many styles and ages are found in the Loveland community.   Located between Pacific and Center Street from 78 th Street to 84 th Street, the neighborhood has large, two-story brick...

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Malcolm X

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, 72 nd...

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Maple Village

Developed in the mid 1960’s, Maple Village, along with its inclusive Tomahawk Hills, Mapleview and Hummingbird Hill subdivisions, is bounded by 90 th Street, Maple Street, I-680, and Fort Street.  Now, one of...

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Midtown/Downtown

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Midtown/Downtown

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Millard Airport

While the Millard Airport is not an official housing development, it is the name most locals use for Millard Heights, a housing subdivision built overlooking this southwest Omaha airport .  Early in its development, the...

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Miller Park/Minne Lusa

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, 72 nd...

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Mission Hills

Mission Hills and Mission Park are separate housing developments with many similar characteristics.  Both are located off of 168 th Street, Mission Hills to the east and Mission Park to the west with their northern boundaries...

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Mission Park

Mission Hills and Mission Park are separate housing developments with many similar characteristics.  Both are located off of 168 th Street, Mission Hills to the east and Mission Park to the west with their northern boundaries...

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Missouri Valley

Missouri Valley is located a 20 minute drive north of Omaha on I-29.  It is home to approximately 3,000 citizens, many of whom work in Omaha and Council Bluffs.  Situated in the fertile valley between the Missouri River...

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Morton Meadows

Morton Meadows is a unique area in midtown Omaha.  It encompasses mini-neighborhoods that showcase well maintained cottages, bungalows, colonial and Tudors with prices ranging from $65,000 to the mid...

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Nebraska City

Located in southeast Nebraska within easy distance of Omaha, Lincoln, and Kansas City, Otoe county is a lovely, rolling region of rich, cultivated soil, apple orchards, vineyards, and untamed woods. It borders the dramatic bluffs...

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North Benson

Ask almost any citizen of Omaha about the Benson area and their reply will be that “Benson’s Back” not that it’s ever really been gone.  But there’s a new vibrancy and energy along Maple Street...

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North Central/Northeast

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North Central/Northeast

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North Downtown NoDo

If you lived in Omaha 15 years ago you probably would have given someone a blank stare if they asked you where NoDo was located.  It has always been directly north of the downtown core, but at that time it was primarily a...

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Northwest/Bennington

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Northwest/Bennington

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Northwest/Bennington

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Oak Hills Country Club

Situated between Interstate 80 and Old Town Millard is a neighborhood known as the Oak Hills Area. Much of the community is home to Oak Hills Country Club with its lovely setting on a challenging 18 hole golf...

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Old Market

One of Omaha’s popular recreational and residential areas is known as the Old Market.  Located on the eastern edge of downtown, the area gets it name from its original development as a wholesale and retail grocery...

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Old Town Millard

Old Millard is now a very popular community located in the southwestern section of the city of Omaha.  Formerly a separate village laid out by Ezra Millard in 1871, Omaha prevailed in annexing the rapidly growing area after a...

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Olde Towne Bellevue

Olde Towne is an area of Bellevue which reflects its name.  Located in the eastern part of Sarpy County, it is the site for the early settlement’s activities and commerce and prides itself for its history and...

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Orchard Hill

Orchard Hills is an historic area in north Omaha between Hamilton and Blondo Streets.  Originally owned by Omaha’s first mayor, Jesse Lowe, it was the site of a large apple orchard which was part of his farming...

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Pacific/Leavenworth

  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...

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Papillion

The county seat of Sarpy County, Papillion has grown from a small railroad village founded in 1870, to one of the top-rated suburbs of the metro Omaha area.  With a current population of over 19,000, it ranks in the top ten of...

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Plattsmouth

“Honor the Past, Plan for the Future” is the motto for the city of Plattsmouth, the county seat of Cass County, Nebraska.  By preserving its Main Street Historic District and implementing its One and Six Year Plans...

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Ponca Hills

Located on the area abutting the Missouri River just north of I-680 is the Ponca Hills community.  The neighborhood stretches west to Highway 75 and north to the Douglas/Washington County line and is mostly hilly terrain with...

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Quail Creek

Located near 370 and 36th Street in Sarpy county, Quail Creek provides an easy commute around the entire Omaha area. Quail Creek provides an ideal setting for homeowners searching in the Omaha, Papillion, or Bellevue areas but...

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Ralston

“Small town with-in a city” is a phrase which literally describes Ralston.  Surrounded on three sides by Omaha and the fourth by LaVista, its boundaries are difficult for the eye to see.  But spend a little...

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Ramble Ridge

Ramble Ridge is a tree-filled, northwestern neighborhood which was part of Omaha’s suburban expansion during the 1970’s and 1980’s.  Intent on providing numerous green, park-like spaces behind most lots,...

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Red Oak

Approximately 5,700 people live in Red Oak, the county seat of Montgomery County, Iowa.  A one hour drive southeast of Omaha/Council Bluffs, it is an attractive city with a vibrant main street and many charming, well...

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Riverside Lakes

Nestled on a 250 acre plot a mile or so south of the Dodge expressway and west of the Elkhorn River is the community known as Riverside Lakes.  Established in the late 1900’s primarily as a site for summer getaways, it...

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Roanoke Estates

Homes in Roanoke Estates may reflect a little age, since most were built in the 1960’s and 1970’s.  But in this case age is a reflection of great traits for family living.  First, there are mature...

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Rockbrook

Mention the word Rockbrook to most Omahans and they immediately think of the unique shopping center located at 108 th and West Center Road.   Known as Rockbrook Village, it was a major attraction and a magnet for...

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Royalwood Estates

Royalwood Estates is a typical west Omaha community developed in the 1970’s and 1980’s.  Its location close to shopping, schools and churches have made it a stable neighborhood for families of all ages and incomes...

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Saddlebrook

Located north and west of 144 th and Fort Streets, Saddlebrook has become one of Omaha’s more popular developments.  Noted for its beautiful, newer homes, it also attracts homeowners because of  its  unique...

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Sarpy East/Bellevue

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Sarpy East/Bellevue

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Sarpy West/Papillion

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Sarpy West/Papillion

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Shenandoah

Located approximately 60 miles southeast of Omaha/Council Bluffs is Shenandoah, Iowa, a self-sustaining city with a population of 5,200 people.  It is home to a newly renovated downtown area, lined with clothing stores for all...

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Skyline Ranches

In the early 1960’s, real estate developer Slim Thornton saw the need for a community of acreages near the city of Omaha but truly “in the country”.  He found such a site south of West Dodge Road and north of...

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South Benson

Ask almost any citizen of Omaha about the Benson area and their reply will be that “Benson’s Back”. Not that it’s ever really been gone.  But there’s a new vibrancy and energy along Maple...

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South/Southwest

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South/Southwest

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Spring Lake

In 1884 cattle baron Alexander Hamilton Swan decided to purchase rural land south of the city of Omaha to establish a stockyards operation.  Two years later it was incorporated as South Omaha with a population of 8,000. ...

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Springfield

Springfield is a friendly community of 1,500 people located on Highway 50 approximately 10 minutes south of Omaha.  Because of its easy commute to many business and industrial areas in Omaha, Papillion, and Bellevue, it is a...

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Standing Bear

Standing Bear recreation area is a 685 acre multi-use park, lake, and wildlife sanctuary located between 132 nd and 144 th Streets, Fort Street and Military Road in northwest Omaha.  Opened in 1977 as a dam for flood control...

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Surrounding Communities

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The Ridges

Located from 180 th Street to 196 th Street between Pacific and Center is the unique and beautiful community, the Ridges.  It is one of Omaha’s most popular suburban areas because of its location, its pro active...

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Trail Ridge Ranches

With curvilinear lots of many sizes and awesome views, Trail Ridge Ranches is a popular home site for individuals looking for a country feel with close access to urban amenities.  With three development phases the ambience has...

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Valley

Valley, Nebraska, a city of 1,800+ residents in western Douglas County, is one of this area's special treasures. The beautiful lake communities, charming hometown atmosphere and entertainment and shopping opportunities make...

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Valley Shores

Valley Shores is a unique community located approximately 20 minutes from Omaha on the Highway 275 Expressway.  It stands apart from other developments in that it contains a 42 acre lake as well as an 18 hole golf course, with...

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Village Pointe

Located between 168 th Street and 180 th Street on the south side of the West Dodge Expressway is Village Pointe Shopping Center.  With numerous retail stores, boutiques, bars and popular restaurants, it is a magnet for...

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West Shores

Located at the Highway 275 and West Dodge Road intersection is a beautiful community known as West Shores. Since its inception in 2001, it has been a rapidly developing lakeshore site for many reasons:  its easy access to...

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Westbrook

First-time home buyers and empty nesters are attracted to the Westbrook community with its smaller, affordable homes.  Most were constructed in the late 1940’s and the early 1950’s as part of the post World War II...

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Westside

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Westside

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Woodcliff

Woodcliff Lakes is a private community located two miles south of Fremont, Nebraska. Approximately 440 homes reside on two lakes next to the Platte River in Saunders County. The two lakes combine for 145 acres. Woodcliff...

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