Welcome to Nebraska’s most expensive old house listing! This home even has its own chapel! The home was built in 1907. It is located on 3.72 acres in Omaha, Nebraska. The home was originally built for Edgar and Julia Gibson. In the 1920’s the Rufus E. Lee Family did extensive renovations. It was then sold to the Archdiocese of Omaha in 1930. That is when a three story addition was completed. This addition contains a library, chapel and dormitory. Nine bedrooms, eight bathrooms and 10,039 square feet. $4,000,000
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From the Zillow listing:
Chance of a lifetime! Historic Fairacres Georgian Mansion on spectacular estate lot. Elegance of a bygone era with massive rooms, incredible fixtures, character and class. Incredible library with marble fireplace, huge wood paneled dining room with black marble fireplace. Wonderful huge center staircase, living room with fireplace and glass paned built-ins, bright and sunny breakfast room, solarium and elevator. Magnificent Chapel! Bedrooms galore. Nicely finished spacious and open 1652 SF Carriage House with 1.5 Baths and a huge rooftop deck. Truly a home without equal in stature and locale. All measurements per Douglas County Assessor.
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