Residential for Sale in Southwest Nebraska
152 North Pontiac, Wauneta, Nebraska 69045
Genesis Lot 16,17,19 , Imperial, Nebraska 69033
74614 Road 389, Curtis, Nebraska 69025
f2 72 acres
221 Park Street, Imperial, Nebraska 69033
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Southwest Nebraska isn’t where you want to be if you’re looking for big-city buzz – but if you want to get away from it, then this is the perfect place. Here the people are friendly and the housing options provide a nice and comfortable setting that you’ll always want to come home to at the end of the day. The happy and simple life; that’s what we’re all about here in Southwest Nebraska.
Residential for Sale in Imperial and North Platte
A small city of approximately 2,000 people, Imperial is unassuming and laidback. Retail shops and local businesses line the streets of the downtown district, while several historic buildings are also found within the city’s boundaries.
Imperial serves as the county seat of Chase County, and for a city that covers an area of less than 3 square miles, it has a nice selection of reasonably priced homes.Classic box-style, ranch style single-family residences and one-story Cape Cods are just some of the choices available in Imperial.
North Platte,the county seat of Lincoln County, is known as the home of Bailey Yard, the largest rail yard in the world. Encompassing a total area of approximately 13 square miles, less than 25,000 people call this city home. It can be yours, too, with its array of housing options sure to pique your interest.
North Platte also has several special events scheduled all year round and is located in close proximity to a state historical park. Some notable residences in the area draw inspiration from the Queen Anne and Arts & Crafts architectural styles.
Residential for Sale in Ogallala and McCook
The towns of McCook and Ogallala rank high among the most thriving cities in Southwest Nebraska. Retail hub McCook offers a wealth of shopping and dining opportunities, while Ogallala is most often referred to as Cowboy Capital.
Housing options in the area reflect what you’ll often find in other parts of Nebraska: Prairie School-style homes, Shingle-style, and of course, the popular Nebraska Style, also known as Straw Bale. You’ll find that the most common architectural styles of homes in Southwest Nebraska go perfectly with the region’s geography and astounding natural beauty.