- $110,000 |
- Pending |
- Residential |
- 3 Beds |
- 1 Bath |
- 1,901 Sqft |
- MLS# 21819656
Well cared for older home with many original features including beautiful wood trim & floors, gorgeous fireplace & charming covered front porch. Main floor or upstairs master bedroom. An addition was added to upstairs 32 x 12.4 & could be used for a large master bedroom, hobby room or family room. 2 sheds and plenty of room in backyard for a future garage. This is a must see for anyone in this price range.
Hwy 133 north to Blair, north on Hwy 30/19th St., right on South St. to home.
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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 Missouri River. It was platted by the railroad to provide sites for industrial and retail development as well as homes and support services for railroad employees.
The town literally grew overnight with new construction and older buildings carried overland from surrounding communities. Before year end there were churches, a bank, a newspaper, a hotel, as well as dry good and hardware stores. The population had grown to such an extent that it challenged Fort Calhoun, a neighboring community to relinquish its position as county seat. Blair won and has held this title ever since.
Today with a zip code population of almost 12,500 people, Blair has an active main street and is known for its community spirit and friendly small town atmosphere. It is the site of several agricultural and service industries and is home for many Omaha commuters. With excellent schools and houses of all ages and price ranges it is a popular residential option for many families.
Visitor/Resident Information: http://blairnebraska.com/
City of Blair Information: http://www.blairnebraska.org/
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