- $685,000 |
- Active |
- Residential |
- 4 Beds |
- 5 Baths |
- 2,998 Sqft |
- MLS# 21919764
Happy Hollow 2.5 story classic brick Tudor on corner lot. Recently added 2+ car drive through garage matches the style of the home includes easily accessible attic storage. Original wood floors run throughout the first two levels. Open first floor has updated kitchen with crisp white cabinets and a spacious dining area to make this a wonderful space for entertaining. The living room with abundant windows and a pretty fireplace, gives access to the office, music or toy room. Renovated master suite with spacious bath (heated floor) dual vanities, tile shower and large walk-in his/hers closets. 2 additional bedrooms include en suite baths plus another main bath. Top floor has a bedroom with full bath plus extra closet & attic storage. Lower level provides ample recreation, office and craft space. The back yard deck and lawn is private and inviting. Plenty of storage space. Home's original 2 car garage can still be used as garage or has potential for more living space.
Underwood Ave to 57th Ave. North on 57th Ave to the home on the corner of 57th Ave and Webster St.
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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 the 1880’s, the lots in the area did not sell as planned. To enhance sales, developers established a village center, planted over 2000 maple trees on roadways and eventually offered free lots and a $500 bonus if homeowners stayed for over a year. With these incentives, lot sales and construction boomed. Other real estate investors created Happy Hollow Boulevard and added lots south of Dodge Street from Elmwood Park east to 50th Street. By 1915 when the entire area was annexed by the city of Omaha, there was a population of 2,500 residents most living in Georgian, Colonial and Tudor Revival designed homes.
Eventually, the area on the western edge of Dundee became known as Happy Hollow. Lots there were usually larger with wider set-backs allowing for elegant landscaping and the construction of more spacious homes. Today Happy Hollow remains much the same. It is served by the Omaha Public School system, two highly rated private schools (Brownell-Talbot, a K-12 traditionally Episcopalian school and St. Margaret Mary’s, a K-8 Catholic school) and the University of Nebraska at Omaha campus. Green space is abundant with nearby Memorial Park and Elmwood Park, both large settings for hiking, swimming, sledding, concerts, and family recreation. It is also a short distance to shopping and Dodge Street, one of the main routes to downtown and west Omaha business centers.
Pride and friendliness are still watchwords for homeowners in Happy Hollow.
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