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6478 Upper Parkway North. Exquisite French Lannon stone on the National Registry of Historic Homes, filled with old-world charm & superior craftsmanship. Newly refinished HWFs throughout, lead glass windows & detailed plaster crown moldings. Shonbeck crystal chandeliers & lighting fixtures. Sunny, updated kitchen with Mirage cherry flooring, granite countertops, stainless appliances, breakfast nook & butler’s pantry. Large DR with beamed ceiling adjoins cozy sunroom with decorative pillars & French patio doors. Sunken great room with large Palladian window, accented with stained glass and wrought iron. Stone GFP with finely tooled oak mantel. Magnificent cherry-paneled study or fourth bedroom with artistic detailing. Beautiful oak staircase leads to turreted reading room and master bedroom with alcove and generous walk-in closet. Two amply-sized adjacent bedrooms. This beautiful home also has a Buderus energy-efficient heating system, central air conditioning, brand-new slate roof, three-pronged electrical outlets throughout the entire house, and freshly painted interior and exterior.
Washington Highlands Neighborhood, Wauwatosa, WI The Washington Highlands neighborhood is a Historic District is located in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin and was designed in 1916 by renowned German City planner Dr. Werner Hegemann. It was one of the first planned communities in the United States. The neighborhood has gained national recognition for application of Garden City design concepts. The 133-acre plan minimizes through-traffic, while providing well-maintained private parks, tree-lined curving streets, design controls and a variety of housing types. In 1989 this neighborhood was added to the National Register of Historic Places. It is considered to be a desirable and prestigious place to live, with some of the most beautiful and architecturally significant homes in the area, located just a short distance from Milwaukee’s downtown and many year-round arts & cultural attractions. Link to Wisconsin Historical Society web page for Washington Highlands.