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Gretna Real Estate

Vibe-  Extremely strong community.  Whenever something occurs within this neighborhood, all Gretna residents untie and support one another.  Family oriented and conservation, Gretna portrays that suburban feel.  Whether it’s business, school, homes or careers, you can find the perfect position for yourself and your family.  Voted 4th best place to live in Omaha.

Entertainment-  A smaller suburb of Omaha, but major attractions including Vala’s Pumpkin Patch, Nebraska Crossing Outlet Mall, The Holy Family Shrine and Tiburon Golf Course.  Vala’s Pumpkin Patch is a 152-acre operation that always provides a spectacular experience.  It is a wholesome family destination that’s been around for 35 years.  It is the highest attended attraction in the months of September and October.  Nebraska Crossing is the only outlet mall in Nebraska, which opened just a few years ago.  The Holy Family Shrine is a gorgeous glass building that is an attention grabber from Interstate 80.  Take a visit and feel the peace and inspiration.  Tiburon Golf Course features 27 holes of championship golf and superior greens.  They pride themselves on being Omaha’s best setting for golf events!

Schools-  Elementary schools include Whitetail Creek, Gretna, Squire John Thomas & Palisades.  Only one option for both middle and high school:  Gretna Middle and Gretna High School.  4,688 students enrolled.

Parks & Rec-  Gretna has four main parks, where six different shelters may be reserved if you wish.  The parks are Peterson Park, North Park, Leo Royal memorial Park and Founder’s Park.

Quick Stats-  Population:  5045  Zip:  68028  Library:  Connect:  Gretna

Real Estate-  Median Home Value:  $174,400.  Rent vs. Own:  32% Rent 68% Own.

“I’ve lived in Gretna all my life and I love the people and neighborly kindness. This city has been a wonderful place to grow up in and the school system has educated me well. The town is very close and everyone here knows and looks out for each other. Gretna displays a very comforting and friendly atmosphere that anyone can appreciate. Every summer in July, we hold a weekend-long community festival called Gretna Days where a number of activities take place. We have parades, carnivals, beer gardens and even an annual tractor-pull. Gretna is an incredible town that continues to grow and change for the better.”  -Current Resident, Nov. 2017