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Showhouse For A Cure The Architectural Record, March, 1905, highlighted the work of Alexander C. Eschweiler and described the Clarence Rudolph Falk House,“…as a happy example of the shingled cottage.” One Hundred and fifteen years later, this two and one-half story home with 6,733-square-feet of living space and located at 2239 North Terrace Avenue, has been chosen as the 20th Anniversary, 2017, Wisconsin Breast Cancer Showhouse.
Privacy And Serenity Serenity and privacy were the goals when this home was custom-designed by architect Mark P. Finlay of Southport, Connecticut for a busy executive and his family in 2003. As one of only a handful of homes on peaceful Crooked Lake in Summit and sitting on over nineteen acres surrounded by Crooked Lake, the Bark River and nature areas, this house more than exceeds that goal.
Oriental Rug Gallery– Weaving Three Generations Together People know me as the nephew, or the young one with the longer black hair that’s usually tied up in a pony-tail and every so often they will even call me by my name, Hemad. I’m a lucky guy to be working alongside my family doing something that roots back to our heritage, Persian rugs. I sometimes find myself walking around our rug gallery, admiring these rugs we have hanging on the wall and laying on the floor. They are true art, from beginning to end.
Mequon Estate In 1927, Frank Weyenberg, owner of predecessor company to Weyco Shoe Company and his wife wanted to build a home in the country. They chose a beautiful hill-site, the highest point in Ozaukee County, elevation 980-feet. Ninety years later, their Mequon home still sits there now surrounded by 29 estate homes on what is now called Wey Acres.
Experience Kettle Moraine Nestled on 15-acres, this home was built in 2000 and has just under 4,500-square-feet of living space. This 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath home has been meticulously maintained inside and out. Located a stones throw from Kettle Moraine Riding Trails.