Summerwood Homes for Sale

Built around the mid-1980s and early 1990s, the homes of Summerwood offer the advantage of plentiful updates. Found close to 156th and F Street, the neighborhood is a short distance from area parks and conveniently close to Zorinsky Lake. This allows for a great deal of outdoor recreation seemingly at your doorstep, from trails and fishing to sports fields. The homes also allow easy access to major roadways in the Omaha area.



Summerwood Market Stats

In 2022, there were 17 homes sold in Summerwood. The average price of those sales was $324,000. The highest-priced home to sell was $375,000, while the lowest-priced home sold for $262,000.

If you go back to 2021, there were 14 sales. The average sales price was $297,000, with the highest-priced home selling for $352,000 and the lowest-priced home selling for $250,000.

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


More about Summerwood

A majority of homes in the area have at least three bedrooms and three baths. The varying homes of Summerwood often range from multi-level, split-entry, and 1.5-story floor plans to ranch and two-story designs. It’s likely to find such desirable features as an eat-in kitchen and an open living area with more modern finishes.

Commonly, the homes of Summerwood offer at least 1,300 square feet of living space, with other homes offering upwards of 3,000 square feet of living space. Some homes offer furnished, walkout lower levels and decks, providing even more living and entertaining space for the owners of homes in Summerwood. Most homes in the neighborhood additionally sit on a ¼-acre, fenced-in yard and offer a two-car garage. Younger residents of the neighborhood attend school within the Millard Public School District.



Summerwood is served by the Millard Public Schools.

Students usually attend Ackerman Elementary SchoolHarry Andersen Middle School, and Millard South High School.

Please Note: If the specific school and school district are important, please check directly with the school district’s administrative office. School boundaries do change.