Cedar Hills Homes for Sale

With established homes and a more affordable starting price point, the Cedar Hills neighborhood is filled with options for homebuyers. Mostly built up around the late 1950s and early 1960s, the homes of Cedar Hills enjoy large lots, often with tall trees and lush landscaping. While the homes of this neighborhood traditionally come in mid-century designs, it’s also possible to find more modern updates throughout the homes. Not far from 84th and West Center, the neighborhood additionally sits close to area parks for added recreation and from major roadways, making for an easier commute around the entire Omaha region.

Cedar Hills Real Estate Listings

Cedar Hills Real Estate Listings

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Cedar Hills Market Stats

In 2022, there were 9 homes sold in Cedar Hills. The average price of those sales was $257,000. The highest-priced home to sell was $347,000, while the lowest-priced home sold for $202,000.

If you go back to 2021, there were 14 sales. The average sales price was $225,000, with the highest-priced home selling for $305,000 and the lowest-priced home selling for $165,000.

View a list of homes sold in Cedar Hills in the past two years.


More about Cedar Hills

It’s common to find a home in the neighborhood priced starting in the low $100,000s, as well as a home priced upwards of $400,000. Generally, residences in this neighborhood come in ranch, raised ranch, multi-level and split-entry floor plans. It’s common to find at least three-bedrooms and three-baths in the homes of Cedar Hills. You may also find more recent home updates, such as wood flooring, granite countertops, and stainless steel appliances.

Starting at around 1,000 square feet of living space, the homes of Cedar Hills sometimes include upwards of 4,000 square feet of space. As well, you may also find some homes in the neighborhood featuring walkout basements for added living space. This is in addition to the spacious home sites, most of which are at least ¼-acre in size, with some even larger than that. Part of the desirable Westside Community School District, some area schools are simply a short distance away from the homes of Cedar Hills.