- $399,500 |
- Active |
- Residential |
- 2 Beds |
- 3 Baths |
- 1,754 Sqft |
- MLS# 21910639
When Modern meets Luxury, they create a South Hill Rowhouse. This exquisite South Hill Rowhouse fits the urban lifestyle you’ve been dreaming of. Features hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances, 10’ ceilings, a rooftop deck and your very own backyard. There’s even enough space in the garage to build a home gym or workshop! Entertain and impress your family and friends on your massive rooftop deck while you enjoy some adult beverages while watching the sunset over Omaha’s downtown skyline. The perfect location to enjoy urban living at it's finest! Seconds from Historic Downtown Omaha with easy access to the interstate in either direction. Take a quick stroll over the bridge to enjoy what Omaha has to offer (CWS, Swim Trials, Concerts, Taste of Omaha etc.). *** Photos of 3bd/ba home ***
10th and Pacific. South to Row Houses. North of William St.
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During the 1850’s the Dahlman area was the very first neighborhood platted in Omaha. Its location, grassy hills directly south of downtown, provided ideal home sites for successful shopkeepers and professionals wanting to be close to their stores and offices. Many of these individuals had become wealthy settlers who stopped for supplies in Omaha on their trek westward and their homes reflected this wealth. At that time the area was known as Grandview.
By the 1890’s the economy in Omaha was once again booming and the need for workers in the packing houses and on the railroads was urgent. The first wave of immigrant workers came from Czechoslovakia, the next from Italy. Both groups built neat, small frame homes and established service business and churches in the areas abutting Grandview. Separated by language and tradition they became known as Bohemian Town and Little Italy. Time has fostered the acceptance of traditions of both ethnic groups and the total area is now known as the Dahlman neighborhood. Change and acceptance continue and today many Hispanic cultural influences are also found in the area.
The Dahlman Neighborhood Association continues to promote unity, pride and revitalization of the entire neighborhood. Homes are affordable for many first time buyers, and its location close to downtown jobs and the Old Market add to its popularity for both families and younger adults.
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