8 Most Expensive Houses in Nebraska (2022)

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The real estate market in Nebraska favors affordability, but like everywhere else, the pandemic has hit it hard. The booming areas like Bellevue and Omaha are leading the charge to revive Nebraska’s sleeping real estate, with a home value steadily climbing from a state-wide average of $183,400.

The houses on this list are much more expensive than that. They’re the most expensive houses in Nebraska because of their expansive constructions and to-die-for property features. Continue reading to learn what makes these the most expensive homes in the Cornhusker State.

  1. 709 S 96th St, Omaha
  2. Price: $2.3 million
    Rooms: 5 bed/9 bath
    Size: 9,262 sq. ft
    709 S 96th St, Omaha
    photo source: Zillow

    709 S 96th St, Omaha, Nebraska is an impressive property designed by Purdy and Slack and features a lot of amenities that would make any sports enthusiast proud. These include a full swimming pool and tennis court.

    In the house, the 5 bedrooms and 9 bathrooms feature huge walk-in closets and other amenities. The house has 4 fireplaces, an 8-car garage, a private garden, a patio, a balcony, and more. The outside has a stone façade with a prominent chimney and the roof is highland slate.

    This house is on the market currently for $2.3 million.

    Did you know?

    Purdy and Slack is a prominent architecture and interior design firm that has built numerous residential and municipal buildings in 12 states. They’ve been designing and building since 1983.

  3. 12445 N 179th Cir, Bennington
  4. Price: $2.35 million
    Rooms: 6 bed/ 11 bath
    Size: 14,021 sq. ft
    12445 N 179th Cir, Bennington
    photo source: Zillow

    12445 N 179th Cir, Bennington, Nebraska is a 14,000-sq.-ft home on the bank of Newport Landing Lake that fills every room with light and a view of the water. It’s ideal for entertaining and keeping a full house of guests in its 6 bedrooms and 11 bathrooms.

    It has a 24-car garage to handle even the biggest get-together. This massive property has four full-sized kitchens, a saltwater heated swimming pool indoors, a huge wine cellar, a heated driveway, a car lift, firepits, and more. Even the guest quarters come equipped with a sundeck and kitchenette.

    With the bar area, pools, garages, heated floors, house-wide wireless Sonos speaker system, and more, you probably won’t be surprised to see this house’s $2.35 million price tag.

    Did you know?

    This whole house has what’s called a Da Vinci roof, which is a composite roof made to look like natural materials but with the low-maintenance design of a modern high-tech roof. Slate and cedar are the usual materials used.

  5. 19990 Sheffield Cir, Bennington
  6. Price: $2.495 million
    Rooms: 6 bed/5.5 bath
    Size: 6,211 sq. ft
    19990 Sheffield Cir, Bennington
    photo source: Realtor

    Unlike many of the most expensive houses in Nebraska, the one at 19990 Sheffield Cir in Bennington is inspired by European architecture. On its 14-acre plot, this house sits at the end of a long tree-lined driveway with a soccer field on one side and a pumpkin field on the other. It was built in the French chateau style, complete with a stucco design and a fountain in the front.

    Lusterstone paving is what gives the house the true look of a courtyard, with those stone walls and iron railings. Inside, a gourmet kitchen with granite counters and stone walls adds real old-world flair to the place while the state-of-the-art cooking equipment brings in the new. The three floors of the house are connected by a spiral stairwell.

    The house is currently for sale for $2.495 million.

    Did you know?

    Chateau” refers to the manor house, the living quarters of the lord of the manor on large country estates in the older regions in France. It may not have the same connotations of nobility in Nebraska, but the style certainly speaks volumes about whoever ends up living there! This house is for modern country royalty.

  7. 28407 W Maple Rd, Waterloo
  8. Price: $2.5 million
    Rooms: 3 bed/2 bath
    Size: 2,136 sq. ft
    28407 W Maple Rd, Waterloo
    photo source: Zillow

    The house at 28407 W Maple Rd in Waterloo, Nebraska is one of the smallest on this list in terms of square feet, being the size of a normal country home with 3 beds and 2 baths. Where this property shines though is in the design of the house and the property itself, which is 100 acres on the Platte River.

    There’s a pond, a beach, and tons of rooms designed to make the most of the land around them. These include front and back sitting rooms, high windows, a deck with a firepit, and more. There’s a separate 4-car garage as well. This house is currently for sale for $2.5 million.

    Did you know?

    One of the ways these larger properties increase their value is through guest homes. In this case, a 2 bed/2 bath guest house on the property features its own riverfront views and 1,792 sq. ft of comfy wood-furnished interior design.

    The property advertises its incredible opportunities for duck, turkey, and deer hunting. The home has the wood look to match an outdoorsman’s affection for the country but the high-minded luxuries of a modern country home.

  9. 13001 S 48th St, Bellevue
  10. Price: $2.65 million
    Rooms: 4 bed/10 bath
    Size: 8,684 sq. ft
    13001 S 48th St, Bellevue
    photo source: Zillow

    13001 S 48th St is a 20-acre plot in Bellevue, Nebraska. It’s a custom ranch property designed by Dick Lind, rumor has it, for an anonymous celebrity who no longer lives there. The property has 12 garages, 10 bathrooms, 4 huge bedrooms, and a ton of windows filling the high skylights in the vaulted ceilings.

    There are fireplaces, walk-in showers, a whirlpool tub, rec room, hobby room, and a huge backyard with a built-in grill, pool house, covered deck, and fire features. There’s also an 800 sq. ft concrete pool. This house is listed on Zillow as recently sold for $2.65 million.

    Did you know?

    Dick Lind has been designing custom estates in Nebraska for 39 years. The firm is located at 11705 S 110th St in Papillon, Nebraska.

  11. 17702 Island Cir, Bennington
  12. Price: $2.75 million
    Rooms: 5 bed/6.5 bath
    Size: 10,535 sq. ft
    17702 Island Cir, Bennington
    photo source: Realtor

    The house at 17702 Island Cir, Bennington, Nebraska is currently for sale for $2.75 million, making it one of Nebraska’s most expensive market offerings. The house is 10,535 sq. ft with 5 beds and 6.5 baths. The whole plot is 1.36 acres wide, including a 5-car heated garage and lake storage.

    The house is valued for its high vaulted ceilings, chef’s kitchen, butler’s pantry, hearth room, and sunroom. The library and office are done in natural wood. There’s a boat dock, outdoor kitchen, wine room, and even a gazebo.

    Did you know?

    The value of this home has been on a meteoric rise, increasing by $1.3 million in the last year. This is due not only to the market but to work finishing on this huge house.

  13. 2021 S 189th Cir, Omaha
  14. Price: $2.995 million
    Rooms: 5 bed/5.5 bath
    Size: 11,776 sq. ft
    2021 S 189th Cir, Omaha
    photo source: Realtor

    The house at 2021 S 189th Cir, Omaha is nearly the most expensive property currently for sale in Nebraska. It is a single-family residential property that is 11,776 sq. ft, with 5 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms. The car has room for 7 cars and is 1,608 sq. ft on its own. It also has a saltwater pool and a 35-foot waterslide.

    Some of its most attractive features include a customized wine room, hearth room, two-story fireplace, loft, and overlook court by the pool. Its entertainment fixtures include a wet bar, movie room, pool room, rec area, and spacious family room.

    This house is currently up on Realtor for $2.995 million.

    Did you know?

    The interior design of this house includes luxury features like custom cabinetry, genuine quartz countertops, and classic wood flooring.

  15. 404 W Washington St, Venango
  16. Price: $16.8 million
    Rooms: 3 bed/2 bath
    Size: 1,976 sq. ft
    404 W Washington St, Venango
    photo source: Realtor

    The most expensive house in Nebraska is 404 W Washington St, Venango. This house was built in 1937 and has 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. This makes it a tiny house compared to the rest of this list. You may be wondering how such an unassuming-looking house has managed to rack up $16.8 million on the current market.

    The answer is in its property, which encompasses 5,498 acres of fertile, farm-ready soil. The property is spread over 23 miles of land with 35 productive quarters, multiple grain elevators, and space for any number of gorgeous dryland crops. There’s water, land, and natural gas enough to keep up a livestock crop as well as fields of wheat and other beauties.

    Clearly from the price, there’s nothing else like it in Nebraska.

    Did you know?

    One of the property’s crowning features is three advanced grain bins (50,000 BU each) with fully aerated floors, unload augers, power sweeps, and a state-of-the-art loading dock. The seller of this property is willing to oversee operations for a year after the purchase and negotiate the purchase of the farming equipment, if desired.


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