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Land for sale in Fort Calhoun Nebraska

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$895,000 34 acres
8626 County Road P32, Fort Calhoun, NE 68023 - Washington County

Moonstruck Ranch

Spectacular views and amazing sunsets on this 34 plusmn; acres that are Moonstruck Ranch high in the rolling hills of Ft. Calhoun. Heavily wooded with meadows marked by walking and ATV trails cut throughout. 3 metal buildings, 2 are 60'-4" x 40'-3" w/cement floors and a 41'-4" x 32'-6" stallhorse barn. Turnouts and pastures. Unique Southwestern style stucco open concept home w/brk and wood floors. Beautiful in ground pool. Paved Roads. Lots of wildlife. Blair Schools.
Aaron Graham National Land Realty
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$750,000 60 acres
County Road 36, Fort Calhoun, NE 68023 - Washington County

60 acres Fort Calhoun, NE

This beautiful large acreage is just minutes from the Omaha Metro area can be a perfect place to build the home of your dreams. Located in the rolling hills between Blair and Fort Calhoun there are fantastic views from anywhere on this land. There is a pond that has a working windmill keeping fresh water supplied to the pond year around. This property also includes row cropland and CRP grass acres providing a nice yearly income. The surrounding edges are lined with timber offering a haven for wildlife. The possibility of breaking this land into multiple acreages makes this an excellent opportunity for investors too. If you are looking for a secluded property to build on, abundant wildlife around the property, the possibility of multiple acr
Rod Nelson Whitetail Properties
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$319,000 22 acres
Fort Calhoun, NE 68023 - Washington County

Ft Calhoun Acreage II

This is your opportunity to own a historical tract of land located on the western bluff of the Missouri River in Ft Calhoun, Nebraska.  This property boasts panoramic views of the Missouri River Valley just north of the Omaha Metro area and makes for a quick commute to downtown.  The current landowner says this property was originally owned by J L Brandeis who was the owner of Brandeis department stores.  Their family built a large mansion, a pool and other structures where they entertained guests and military troops on leave from WW1.  They enjoyed this property far from downtown Omaha to get some fresh air and to escape the heat.  There is evidence of water cisterns high on the hill that were used to supply water through gravity flow to t
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