Elkhorn Real Estate

    Vibe-  Elkhorn was founded in 1865 as an independent municipality until it was annexed by Omaha in 2007.  Take a stroll downtown and you’ll experience the charm of their old town feel.  Friendly and conservative people and families all around.

    Entertainment-  All entertainment can be summed up into one building:  The Mark.  Laser tag, bowling, arcade, sand volleyball, indoor gyms, food and drinks, an outdoor playground, and Bubble Ball are all available for your enjoyment!

    Schools-  This suburb in Douglas County has extremely highly ranked schools.  With 8,685 students enrolled, they are considered the #1 safest and best school district in Nebraska, with the #1 best teachers as well.  14 elementary schools:  West Bay, Manchester, Spring Ridge, Fire Ridge, West Dodge, Sagewood, Hillrise, Skyline, Westridge, Arbor View, and Elkhorn B-3 & West Dodge State Early Education centers.  Middle schools include: Elkhorn Grandview, Valley View, Middle and Ridge Middle School.  High schools include:  Elkhorn South and Elkhorn High.

    Parks & Rec-  Elkhorn has several parks to choose from, but the top three are Riverwest, Cottonwood, and Ta-Ha-Zouka Park.  Fun opportunities for camping!

    Quick Stats-  Population:  6486  Zip:  68022 Library:  Bess Johnson Elkhorn Branch, Omaha Public Library (2100 Reading Plz.)

    Real Estate-  Median Home Value:  $163,200.  Rent vs. Own:  0% Rent 100% Own.

    “Close enough to all the action yet a little rural side. Everyone is friendly and helpful, minimal crime, great school systems. Diverse population and a great sense of community which we have seen especially this year with the midwest flooding. People helping people is what Elkhorn is all about.”  Current Resident, April 2019