Quail Creek | Sarpy County
Located near 370 and 36th Street in Sarpy county, Quail Creek provides an easy commute around the entire Omaha area.
Quail Creek provides an ideal setting for homeowners searching in the Omaha, Papillion, or Bellevue areas but the convenient location provides an easy commute in and around the entire Omaha region.
In addition, this well-established neighborhood includes mature landscaping with well-maintained properties. New residents have been known to uncover a range of available floor plans from recently updated properties to homes ready for an owner's touch.
The homes were constructed mostly from the late 1970s to late 1980s and come in a variety of layouts including split-entry, multi-level, tri-level and two-story designs. The price range on average is from the mid $100,000s to the high $200,000s and most of the homes include three to four bedrooms. Many of the properties include three baths, a two-car garage with great vaulted ceilings, new flooring, updated baths, and much more.
The floor plans range from around 1,300 square feet to those of around 3,800 square feet while the lots are usually ¼-acre or more, providing plenty of space to spread out. Many of the lots are fully fenced in with private patios perfect for enjoying the mature landscaping and tree-lined scenery of Quail Creek.
The neighborhood of Quail Creek is covered by the Papillion-La Vista Community School District and is conveniently located just a short trip away from several golf courses, providing an outlet for outdoor recreation in the area.