- $319,000 |
- Active |
- Residential |
- 4 Beds |
- 3 Baths |
- 2,888 Sqft |
- MLS# 21907963
Located in popular Hillsborough subdivision, this 4 bed, 2.5 bath with 3 car tandum garage that is approx. 14’ x 14’. Enjoy warm evening barbeques on the east deck with the enclosed backyard. While inside, the music from the whole house sound system can relax and invigorate while the surround system in the living room (including the speakers) gives you great sound from the media. Formal Living room AND a large eating area in the kitchen offer plenty of seating for special times. The walk-in pantry in the kitchen has plenty of storage for everything you need. Master bedroom suite with sitting room and his and hers walk-in closets, beautiful bathroom with double sinks. The house has a new roof in 2016 and new landscaping and sprinkler system in 2017. Schools are only 2 blocks away.
Fort Street to 140th, South on Camden Avenue, West to 139th, South to property
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“Ensuring our neighborhood remains our home” is the slogan for the Hillsborough neighborhood, located in northwest Omaha at 132nd to 144th, Maple to Fort. These are not just “words”, but rather a philosophy which is manifested throughout the community, its activities and spirit.
While many families live in the area’s two-stories, tri-levels, ranches, and splits, seniors and empty nesters enjoy maintenance free living in the area’s townhomes. Most houses were built in the mid to late 1990’s and have been well-maintained, some even remodeled. Mature landscaping, trees, and beautifully manicured lawns are evidence of pride of ownership. Today’s market shows home values in the $170,000 to $300,000 range.
Hillsborough’s family and community spirit is reflected through the multiple activities of its Neighborhood Homeowner’s Association. Many of these events are held at the park which is situated in the center of the development. A playground, basketball and tennis courts, as well as a walking/biking trail, are magnets for kids and adults. And this park is where the neighborhood gathers for “Movies in the Park”, an Independence Day Parade with a Hot Dog Grill-Out, an Easter Egg Hunt, a National Night Out gathering, and a special, special Halloween –Hills BOO rough Spooktacular, complete with games for the kids, a hay ride to a “pumpkin patch” where each kid gets to pick out a pumpkin, drink hot chocolate, all while “trying out” their Halloween costumes before the actual holiday. The association also publishes a bi-annual news letter (which is rated one of the best in the Omaha area), sponsors an “Adopt an Entrance” program, and a Neighborhood Watch program.
Soccer fields, baseball fields, and an ice skating complex are only blocks away, as are grocery stores, restaurants, bars, a movie complex, and retail outlets of all types. Omaha Public Magnet Schools (Fullerton Elementary and Alice Buffet Middle) are within the neighborhood, and Burke and Northwest High Schools are a short drive away, as are churches of many denominations.
With access to many employment options in the city’s northwest quadrant, this is one of Omaha’s best sites for families of all demographics.
For additional information see http://www.hillsborough.com
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