The unit has the original 1899 layout including original doors and trim with 1,200 square feet and 10 foot high ceilings and heart pine floors. The space includes a living room, two medium-size bedrooms, separate dining room, kitchen and a bathroom with clawfoot tub and shower. The apartment occupies one-half of the second floor of a three-story building. The rent is $745 per month plus a monthly fee of $100 which covers all utilities (heat, water and electric).
The historic Albion Flats building has been nominated for inclusion in the National Register of Historic Places. The central stairway has the original oak railing and is illuminated by a skylight. The building does not have laundry facilities.
The building is located at the southeast corner of 10th and Pacific Streets at the gateway to the Little Italy neighborhood. The area is in the midst of rebirth with a new theater, condo developments and numerous restaurants and clubs. Directly across the street to the west is the new Blue Barn Theatre and the Via Farina Restaurant. Across the street to the north is the historic 1898 Burlington Train Station with the newly restored KETV television studios. Next door to the south is the Dunsany Flats luxury condo project. Across the street to the north is Joe Banana's Italian restaurant and bar and the Burlington League gastropub.
Call Ron A. Hunter (Monday through Friday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM): (402) 397-6965 (evenings and weekends): (402) 415-8947
This listing is cheaper than the average 2 bedroom home in Omaha by $231.
Students who live in this rental at 1109 S 10th Street attend the following Omaha Public Schools (Unified School District) public schools:
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Bancroft Elementary School
Grades PK - 6
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Norris Middle School
Grades 6 - 8
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Central High School
Grades 9 - 12
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