- $1,420,000 |
- Pending |
- Residential |
- 4 Beds |
- 6 Baths |
- 6,579 Sqft |
- MLS# 21919321
Masterful design & modern luxury are uniquely embodied in this completely renovated 1.5 Story nestled in the desirably tranquil Skyline Ranches neighborhood on a 2.33 acre lot. Entertain in grand style in this chef's kitchen designed & equipped to satisfy the needs of a professional chef or those that only want the very best. Expansive windows throughout the home showcase views of the lush landscaping and outdoor entertaining areas while opening up the home to even more light & air. Master bedroom retreat w/ spa like on suite is fully equipped with a beverage fridge, coffee bar & heated tile floor. 2nd floor features 3 bedrooms, all with private baths, w/i closets, private den and/or dressing room. Including: geothermal, fully irrigated acreage, horse barn, fenced main yard, front and back staircase, 2 laundry locations, custom built-ins throughout, security cameras & surround sound.
Dodge Street to Skyline Drive South to Bonanza Blvd, North to property
Results from this calculator are designed for comparative purposes only, and accuracy is not guaranteed.
In the early 1960’s, real estate developer Slim Thornton saw the need for a community of acreages near the city of Omaha but truly “in the country”. He found such a site south of West Dodge Road and north of Pacific Street from Skyline Drive eastward to Highway 6. He envisioned the area to be populated primarily by horse owners and established an SID with one to five acre lots on a meandering, trail system which connected them to each other and a central corral and social center. It was named Skyline Ranches, and lots sold quickly. Covenants required larger homes which were allowed latitude in style and landscaping. Barns were encouraged, giving the entire community the rural ambiance that many were looking for. Currently acreage prices vary from the mid $200,000’s to $800,000, depending on lot and home size, and style.
At this time, the area is governed by the Skyline Ranches Property Owners Association whose official purpose is to: Maintain Grounds and Trail System with the Neighborhood; Provide Social (Horse Related) Events for Members and Guests; and Monitor Neighborhood Upkeep.” Property owners are assessed a nominal fee to provide for these services, which now include a rodeo arena complete with chutes and stock pens, a 4-H arena, a dressage course, a small fishing lake, and a picnic shelter and park which can be reserved by home owners for private events.
Chapel Hill is a separate community developed in the southwestern corner of the original site. With smaller lots and common setbacks, it provides a more suburban ambiance. It has its own property owners association, known as Chapel Hill and Rogers Ridge, and does not have access to the trail, corral, and park services provided by Skyline Ranches. Many homes are comparable to those found in Skyline Ranches with prices ranging from $150,000 to $250,000
Shopping, entertainment, restaurants, and public education are nearby for both developments. An Elkhorn Grade School is within walking distance of both communities while Valley View Middle School and Elkhorn South High School are a short drive away. Several parochial schools and churches of many denominations are located in Elkhorn as is a campus for the Metropolitan Community College.
Access to the West Dodge Road corridor and the Interstate system give this area easy access to the entire Omaha area.
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