Bellbrook offers New Construction in Gretna, Nebraska


Looking for a small community feel near a large metropolitan area?  Bellbrook, located in Gretna, Nebraska is the place for you.

Gretna, Nebraska is located southwest of Omaha, just a short drive to the large metropolitan from Bellbrook.  This neighborhood offers a direct route to Interstate 80, creating an easy route for commuting downtown or to Lincoln, Nebraska.

The new women’s hospital is just a short drive away and many medical clinics are within five minutes from the neighborhood. A new Wal-Mart will be within 5 minutes from the neighborhood and there are a slew of area restaurants within the area.  The YMCA is literally right down the street, offering a variety of family, fitness and educational activities.

Bellbrook is a newer area in the Gretna school district.  This neighborhood offers its own amenities, such as a large clubhouse and work out facility.  However, one of the major perks in the neighborhood pool.    Bellbrook offers numerous parks and trails, offering residents a safe way to travel through the neighborhood.

Bellbrook features Proline Homes.  Proline Homes offers custom built homes in a variety of floor plans.  With a base start of just $200,000 these homes offer an incredible amount of space and amenities for the price paid.

With the option to purchase an already constructed home or start from scratch, Prolinehomes are available to meet your specific needs.  Many options come standard, including oak cabinetry, an incredible pantry and a 3 car garage.  Available upgrades include a choice of woodwork, wood floors, and a 4 car garage.  3 styles of home are available to choose from, including a ranch, 1 ½ stories and 2 story home.  There truly is something for everyone with Prolinehomes.

If you need help finding the right community, want more information on floor plans or options, give me a call!  (402)578-9837!


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