Gatherings and get-togethers may commonly take place inside, but giving your guests extra space takes nothing more than a little creativity and the right outdoor appliances. Open a new door–literally–and head outside to take advantage of unused deck, patio and yard space.
With remote and hybrid work schedules here to stay for many Americans, it’s important to have a space dedicated to comfort and productivity. The initial transition to remote work may have involved setting up an impromptu workstation at the dining room table but creating a long-term, functional home office can be one of the first steps to increasing efficiency, focus and productivity.
An Incredible luxury estate situated on 20 acres of tranquility. Step inside this 8,000 plus square-foot home and find endless possibilities for relaxation and entertainment. The massive kitchen features custom Poggenpohl cabinets, Viking and Subzero appliances and a Tuikivi wood stove/pizza oven that overlooks the indoor pool, perfect for year round swimming.
Amazing Lake Michigan views await from this charming brick Colonial tucked at the end of a private drive. Located in one of Fox Points most prestigious areas you will find detailed woodwork, custom cabinetry, hardwood floors and multiple fireplaces to create the 1920’s charm and character we all love.
The Cedarburg Artists Guild is excited to celebrate the 41th year of our fall event, the Covered Bridge Art Studio Tour. Always on the second full weekend of October, this year that is October 13-15 Free. Your tour begins anywhere you want to visit. No tickets, No reservations.
The exquisite mansion at 8000 Milwaukee Avenue in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin offers a stunning blend of beautiful historical details and craftsmanship and modern amenities. This immaculate three-bedroom, three-bath home offers over 3,500-square-feet of living space located on a wooded cul-de-sac on over an acre of land.
This is a real-life fairytale for the discerning home buyer. It features an English Tutor home with the warmth and charm of quality design and the soothing ambiance of Mother Nature’s best.
The story began in 2007. An artist was exhibiting at the Wisconsin State Fair grounds. In his down time, he decided to call galleries in the area and ask them if they wanted to come and see his exhibit. That is when the magic happened.