March 7 2017
Classic Shorewood Architecture
2703 E Newton Ave Shorewood
4 Bdrms / 3 Full & 2 Half Bath
We love the beautiful houses along Lake Drive, just south of Capitol Drive in Shorewood. There are a number of gorgeous large homes on both sides of the drive and each seems to have an interesting history. This four-bedroom Tudor-style home was built in 1928 for George Frederick Brumder by George Schley and Sons. The Brumders were early Milwaukee publishers of numerous German-language newspapers.
The location is just west of Lake Drive, where Hackett curves and meets Newton. This is just a few blocks north of the Milwaukee border and a few blocks away from Atwater Park.
We love how the vintage look of this home can look so current 90 years after its inception, especially the beautiful dining room (pictured below). We also dig the huge foyer and the architectural details of the ceiling in the living room. Additionally, there is a finished basement and quite a large backyard.
Pictures and details via the link below.
(thank you to the Stallé Realty Group for permission to show the photos)