Farmington Woods Homes for Sale

With traditional homes and an ideal setting, Farmington Woods provides an exceptional choice for many new homebuyers. The West Omaha neighborhood sits close to 156th and Blondo, allowing for an easy commute around the rest of the region. Constructed around the mid-1990s to early 2000s, many of the townhomes and single-family homes of Farmington Woods offer some of the most desirable features and finishes. As well, it’s also possible to find some private swimming pools and custom designs.

Farmington Woods Real Estate Listings

Farmington Woods Real Estate Listings

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Farmington Woods Market Stats

In 2022, there were 7 homes sold in Farmington Woods. The average price of those sales was $380,000. The highest-priced home to sell was $451,000, while the lowest-priced home sold for $325,000.

If you go back to 2021, there were 5 sales. The average sales price was $387,000, with the highest-priced home selling for $450,000 and the lowest-priced home selling for $292,000.

View a list of homes sold in Farmington Woods in the past two years.


More about Farmington Woods

A majority of homes in the neighborhood range in price from around $200,000 to the mid $300,000s. It’s common to find ranch, 1.5-story, and two-story homes throughout the community, commonly with two- to four-bedrooms and up to three-baths. As well, a majority of homes in the neighborhood offer a two to three car garage, with mostly up to ¼-acre lots, or even slightly larger lots for added privacy. Newer updates in some of the homes include granite countertops, wood floors, and some finished lower levels, providing extra living and entertaining space.

Generally, the attached homes offer at least 1,300 square feet of living space, with some of the largest homes in the neighborhood offering more than 4,000 square feet of living space. Owners of the townhomes are responsible for an average monthly assessment fee of around $130 to take care of services such as lawn care and snow removal. Meanwhile, single-family homeowners are responsible for an average annual assessment of around $100. This helps to care for common area maintenance needs for the entire community.