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 the various structures to provide running water. Over time, the land was purchased by several land owners and it eventually became the home of the Miller Hereford Ranch in the early 1960?s. When the Miller Ranch operation terminated, the property was divided up into 4 tracts. The property features large mature Oak trees and lush pasture grass. There are no covenants on this land which allows for whitetail deer and turkey hunting. There are an additional 20 acres to purchase that adjoin this tract which would make this a possible 42 acre retreat. Build your dream home high above the Missouri River Valley and enjoy nature close to town. See attached survey, aerial map and additional map of both parcel boundary lines. Listing Broker to be present for all showings.
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