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Bellevue Real Estate

Vibe-  Another suburban feel.  Outdoor recreation is a popular pastime.  Many conservative families and young professionals around.

Entertainment-  One word:  Stella’s.  But if that isn’t your thing, you can have a great time at the Bellevue Berry Farm.   Here you can enjoy the outdoor scene, playgrounds and hayrack rides, purchase some delicious foods/products, participate in themed events or rent out one of their two beautiful remodeled barns.

Schools-  There are over 15 elementary schools.  The top include:  Bellevue, Peter Sarpy, Fairview & Fort Crook Elementary School.  Middle schools include:  Lewis & Clark, Logan Fontenelle and Bellevue Mission Middle School.  For high school you have the options between Bellevue East or Bellevue West.  10,028 students are enrolled. Great teachers, great club and activities, great college prep!  Bellevue also offers a couple private schools:  Daniel J. Gross High School & Cornerstone Christian School.  You can also attend Bellevue University, a 4 year Division II university that emphasis on Business, Social Science Research Methods, and Management Sciences and Information Systems.

Parks & Rec-  Bellevue is home to several parks.  Fontenelle Forest is the most popular in the city.  It is a 1,400-acre forest including hiking trails, a nature center, children’s camps, a gift shop, picnic facilities and a brand new ropes course and zip line!  The second best park Bellevue has is Falconwood Park.  Highlight of this specific park is that they have one of Omaha’s only drive-in theaters!  You can camp, host events, or attend festivals here.

Quick States-  Population:  53040  Zip:  68147 (Main)  Library:  Bellevue Public Library (1003 Lincoln Rd.)  Connect:  Bellevue

Real Estate-  Median Home Value:  $140,800.  Rent vs. Own:  37% Rent 63% Own.

“Bellevue is truly an amazing city to live in. It’s the third biggest city in Nebraska, but it still has the friendliness and feel of a small town. The city’s two public high schools are both excellent schools, both with exceptional marching bands and academic programs. Bellevue is a booming place itself but is also just a ten-minute drive to the Olde Market in Omaha. Houses are affordable and neighborhoods are safe, and everything you need to get to is no more than a fifteen-minute drive!” -Current Resident, January 2019