3312 Lincoln Boulevard

Omaha, NE 68131

  • $149,700
  • Sold
  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • MLS# 21905893
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Status:
Sold
Date Sold:
May 29, 2019
Sold Price:
$149,700
Beds:
3
Baths:
2
Style:
2.5 Story
Garage Spaces:
1

Location

Address:
3312 Lincoln Boulevard
City:
Omaha
Zip Code:
68131
County:
Douglas County
Subdivision:
Bemis Park

Additional Details

Year Built:
1902
Tax Year:
2018
Tax Amount:
$1,860

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This listing 3312 Lincoln Boulevard Omaha, NE 68131 is a residential listing with 2 baths, 3 bedrooms and approximately 1838 square feet. 3312 Lincoln Boulevard was built in 1902. 3312 Lincoln Boulevard is located in Omaha and in ZIP Code 68131. It has been listed on our site since Apr 11, 2019.

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DJ Rorebeck

Mortgage Loan Officer

  • Direct: 402-968-8397
  • Office: 402-514-4977
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At Cobalt Credit Union it’s easy to finance your new home. For 70 years we’ve been serving the local community with outstanding customer service. Whether you are looking to buy or build a home, Cobalt Credit Union has the financing to meet your needs. Purchasing a home is one of the most important financial decisions in your lifetime. Let us help you make an informed decision.

Bemis Park

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Bemis Park Landmark Heritage District is situated north of Cuming Street in the midtown area.

It became a part of the city of Omaha in 1887 and was platted by George Bemis’s Land Company in 1889.  Bemis  was intent on establishing an exclusive neighborhood with tree-lined streets which would be laid out according to topography rather than the typical grid pattern of the city.  He also donated a park in the area which became part of the city’s park and boulevard system.

Most homes were constructed in the late 1800’s to the early 1900’s and were generally of Queen Anne, Arts and Crafts and Neo-Classic style.  An Easter Day tornado in 1913 destroyed or damaged many of the homes, resulting in some being replaced with vernacular structures.

Today the area’s Bemis Park Neighborhood Association is very active not only with projects for Bemis Park (i.e. landscaping, garden plots, home restoration, playgrounds, a well attended family night out), but also is affiliated with the Midtown Neighborhood Alliance.  This consortium of midtown associations is active in the promotion and re-development of the central neighborhoods of the city which has added to the value of homes in these areas.


 
 
 

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