If you’re looking to buy a house in Omaha or Kansas City, you can’t do much better than the $9.5 million mansion owned by real estate mogul Matt McCollough.
But the price tag isn’t as much of a surprise to people in Omaha’s historic district.
McColloc’s home, the Ritz Carlton, sits atop a former steam locomotive that once hauled coal to nearby Columbia, Kansas.
The property was bought in 2008 for $3.8 million by the McCollucas and has a five-bedroom, two-bathroom, two and a half-bath home, a lake house, a barn, and a pool house.
It also has three separate swimming pools, a tennis court, a basketball court, and two gyms.
The McCollococas have also recently bought a second home on the property, but the house has yet to be completed.
The Ritz is located on the third floor of the former locomotive and overlooks a lake, but it’s not clear what it will include or how much it will cost to move the home into a new location.
McColough has been a prolific seller in Omaha and Kansas City for years, selling several properties in his hometown over the last few years.
The former locomotives on which the house sits have been the subject of numerous lawsuits, with the McColocs recently seeking to remove a train bridge that is now a major access point to the river for the Rink of the Worlds.
It’s unclear how many other properties the McColls own in the area.
McColls house is one of a handful of properties that have been purchased for more than $10 million in recent years.
In 2012, McColloug purchased a house that had previously belonged to his father and was sold to his brother for $7.5,000.
The house is in a good location and has no obvious problems, according to property appraiser Mark Hickey.
McCols property also has a pool that is a great size, but Hickey says that it’s still a bit of a work in progress.
He said that the pool was designed to allow people to enjoy the river with family and friends, but they haven’t had a lot of visitors to the property so far.
“The pool’s really fun, but I’m sure that people will have to pay to come out to it,” he said.
Hickey added that while the house is still very much a work-in-progress, he doesn’t think it will be much more than a few weeks before it’s finished.
A couple of weeks ago, Hickey said that he thinks the McCols would be happy to move into the property.
“He’s done a great job with the house and he’s really put in the time, and it will all work out in the end,” Hickey told The Verge.
“They’ll probably do some kind of renovations to the house.
He’s been very patient and really done a good job.”
The R.C. McCllough family has been selling their house for more years than anyone else in Omaha.
In the mid-1990s, they sold the R.M. McCullough House in the old city limits for $1.5 billion, which they bought for $6.5 in 2000.
The family then sold the property in 2012 for $9 million.
They also sold the former Ritz property in Kansas City in 2013 for $5 million.
However, a lawsuit filed by the family in 2014 alleged that the property has been “abandoned and neglected” by the owners since the 1990s.
The lawsuit said that some of the property’s interior was never used and some rooms were “sunken.”
The McCullaches own property also is located near the site of a gas station, which is located at the intersection of the Mississippi River and Interstate 70, about a mile south of the McCllougoses home.
The gas station is the only property in the neighborhood that is not on private property.
A neighbor told The Stranger that there are some small signs of construction, but no one has seen any activity or activity in the home since the McCullays bought it.
The owner of the gas station told The New York Times that he didn’t know what was going on with the home.
“I don’t know who owns it,” the owner said.
“It’s a property that’s been vacant for so long.”
A spokesperson for the city of Omaha told The Seattle Times that the building has been on the city’s demolition list since 2003.
However the spokesperson did not give an exact number of years since it was listed for demolition.
The spokesperson did say that the house was “not listed as a building subject to the City of Omaha’s demolition program, which requires that any public building or structure must be demolished.”
The spokesperson also did not provide a specific timeline for when the McColiases home will be demolished.