Former Milwaukee Alderman Tony Zielinski has sold the mansion he built in the city’s Bay View neighborhood for $1.63 million, according to state records.
The 5,901-square-foot, 3-story home was built in 2018, according to city records. It has 3 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms and sits on a lot that is just under one-eighth of an acre in size.
The property has an assessed value of about $1.7 million, according to city records.
Zielinski bought the property in 2017 for $331,000, according to state records, and tore down a smaller single-family home on the lot to make way for the construction of the mansion, which stands out in a neighborhood of smaller, older homes.
Located on South Superior Street, the mansion faces Bay View Park and Lake Michigan.
It was purchased by Shane Zweck a co-portfolio manager for Wells Fargo Asset Management.
Zielinski served on the Milwaukee Common Council from 2004-20 and on the Milwaukee County Board from 1988-2004.
The state record for the sale of the Bay View mansion lists an Orlando, Florida address for Zielinski.
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