- $215,000 |
- Active |
- Residential |
- 4 Beds |
- 3 Baths |
- 2,520 Sqft |
- MLS# 22002229
Great home, in town on almost an acre of land! 4 Bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths with spacious rooms throughout! New heating and air with all new duct work in Oct 2019. Licensed electrician just inspected & updated wiring. Newer appliances stay in the large country kitchen. New flooring in kitchen, living room, 2 bedrooms and 2 baths. Privacy fencing and deck in back create a private retreat for you and your family. Newer children's play-set & sandbox stay. 2nd Kitchen in lower level makes entertaining easy. Make an appointment today and check out the beautiful view from the property!
4th Corso E o 4th Terrace, 4th Terrace to 5th Rue, house on left
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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 and rapid water of the Missouri River to the East and, to the West, the High Plains. Otoe, as in the Otoe Indians, is an abbreviation for Watota, which means "lovers of pleasure." And we’re sure you’ll find much pleasure discovering the geographic diversity of the area as well as the frankly surprising variety of historic, cultural, romantic and family-friendly attractions.
The region is known for its great wines, BBQ, and, of course, Apple Pie, but be sure to sample some of the local cafes and Mexican restaurants as well. You won’t get many chains in these parts, but you will find some outstanding specialty shopping boutiques: antiques, art galleries, quilt shops, clothing stores, and green goods are the favorites.
Many lovely homes are located on the town's bluffs and rolling hills. Since its most prominent citizen, J. Sterling Morton, founder of Arbor Day and was adamant about planting and preserving trees, there are beautiful parks and vistas--including his mansion, now found in Arbor Lodge State Park--found near the area.
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