If you want a home with curb appeal, this place is definitely it. Unique and beautiful, outside and inside.

When you see the picture above, you might be surprised to learn that the home is more than 100 years old. Once you see inside, you'll be astounded.

This Greek Revival Style home is in southwestern Nebraska. It's located in McCook, a town that was founded when the Burlington and Missouri River Railroad reached the area in 1882. This wonderful house was built 33 years later, in 1915.

Realtor.com says the 5,148 square foot home has six bedrooms and 4 bathrooms. has "a gourmet kitchen, 2 recently updated baths, original decorative woodwork, wraparound 2 story porch, spacious rooms, fireplace, walk-in closets and a lot of TLC has preserved this home's integrity."

As you take a look at the photos below, you'll definitely notice the gorgeous wood inside the home. Dark wood floors and gorgeous wood beams and that kitchen. I don't think there's anybody alive that doesn't want to make the kitchen in this home their own. Beautiful, and spacious, it even has its own seating area. It truly is a dine-in kitchen. And the storage in this home? Let's just say even the biggest hoarder would have trouble filling it up.

Without further ado, here's the beautiful home at 1001 Norris Avenue in McCook, Nebraska. Melanie Goodenberger of Golden Plains Realty is the listing agent. The listing price is $350,000. I must admit, I thought it would be more.

Nebraska Home is Amazing, Inside and Out

This beautiful Greek Revival Style house is located in McCook, Nebraska. Built in 1915, it is 5,148 square feet of goodness, with 6 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms. The sale price is $350,000. Listing agent is Melanie Goodenberger of Golden Plains Realty.

Pella Victorian Villa

This amazing home, built in 1871, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It has 5 bedrooms, 7 baths (5 full), more than 5,000 square feet, and sits on 1.51 acres. The asking price was reduced to $850,000 on December 31, 2021. It has since been sold. Let's take a look inside.

Free 1910 Midwest Home Must Be Moved

If not moved by the end of 2022, it will likely be demolished to make way for use by a hospital that sits across the street. $30,000 in grant funding will help with relocation and rehab and there are even free lots nearby this home in Lincoln, Kansas.