- $174,500 |
- Pending |
- Residential |
- 3 Beds |
- 2 Baths |
- 1,947 Sqft |
- MLS# 21910855
This Benson cutie won't last long. 3/2/2 detached garage. Story & 1/2 with enclosed front porch. Enjoy quiet mornings on the front porch swing. Generous size bedrooms with nice size closets. Fresh paint on the main floor and upstairs. Updated kitchen with newer Stainless steel appliances, microwave and stove. Completely remodeled bathroom, tiled shower. Newer carpet. New Anderson Fiberx double paned windows, new gutters and leaf guard. New roof 2017. All water supply lines have been upgraded to copper. Private entrance to separate living area below. This is a perfect home for an investor looking to rent or a first time home buyer. 2 car detached garage 22 x22. Alley access and driveway. Tenant below pays $500.00 per month and $140 for garage, he also maintains the yard.
Blondo to 63rd st. north to property on the left.
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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 that is attracting an eclectic clientele—foodies, musicians, lovers of music and people of all ages who enjoy having a good time.
In the late 1887’s Benson Place was established as its own entity northwest of the city of Omaha by Erastus Benson, a land speculator and investor. By 1917 the population had grown to over 5,000 people and was annexed by the city of Omaha. At that time, the town was the site of many well maintained houses of various styles and sizes and had an active main street. It was also home to many churches and progressive schools--in other words, a terrific addition to the city.
Today, the area is family friendly with homes that are affordable for first time buyers. And with revitalization of the area’s core streets and membership in the Benson Ames Business Alliance, it appears that the future is bright for the Benson area.
More information about Benson: http://www.downtownbenson.com/
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