Luxury homes on the market in southeastern Wisconsin

The Executive: Spring 2019

Last updated on May 14th, 2019 at 08:27 am

590 S. Lake Shore Drive, Lake Geneva

$13.9 million

This premier Lake Geneva estate sits on 3.5 manicured acres with 210 feet of lake frontage, located within walking distance of town. Built in 2009, the roughly 13,000-square-foot home totals 25 rooms in all, including 13 bedrooms and 13 full bathrooms. Features include a gorgeous white kitchen with two islands and a separate breakfast room, as well as a library, an exercise room, an expansive veranda overlooking the lake and in-ground pool, and a resort-sized pier. It is listed for sale by Anne DuBray with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.

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35308 Pabst Road, Oconomowoc

$10.5 million

The 16,000-square-foot Minnewoc mansion is a replica of Anne Boleyn’s castle built in 1892. The home was completely renovated in recent years, including a large addition in 2014. The 7.2-acre property includes more than 800 feet of lake frontage. The high-tech home can be run off a tablet, including the temperature and lights. It also has 73 solar panels on the roof. Six bathrooms, four half bathrooms and six bedrooms are included. It is listed for sale by Jon Spheeris with Coldwell Banker Elite.

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1002 S. Knoll Lane, Lake Geneva

$4.5 million

Another Lake Geneva beauty, this 5,500-square-foot home offers a view all the way to Fontana from Geneva Bay. In addition to the 139 feet of lake frontage and private pier, this home features an infinity edge pool with diving board and slide, a hot tub and a gazebo. The living room boasts beamed cathedral ceilings, a stone fireplace and floor-to-ceiling windows. If you need to practice your swing, there’s a golfing simulator located in the additional finished building. It is listed for sale by Sal Dimiceli’s team with Lake Geneva Area Realty Inc.

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31885 W. Treasure Island Drive, Chenequa

$3.5 million

This Treasure Island Drive home was designed and built to accommodate gatherings both large and small. The 11,000-square-foot home sits on a nearly 3-acre lot, including more than 200 feet of lake frontage. Entertaining guests is made easy with a grand front entry, stone patios with dipping pools and easy access to the lake. It includes five full bathrooms, two half bathrooms and five bedrooms. It is listed for sale by Karen Trimble with Keller Williams.

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825 N. Prospect Ave., #2102, Milwaukee

$2.5 million

The University Club Tower offers a world of amenities and picturesque views of the city. This nearly 3,700-square-foot, two-bedroom and two-bathroom condo is completely customized with an eye toward modern living. For those looking for a home as smart as they are, this condo has extensive home automation. Other highlights include eight-foot interior doors, an open-concept kitchen and gleaming hardwood floors. It is listed for sale by Andrea Woda with Mahler Sotheby’s International Realty.

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4325 W. Beach Road, Oconomowoc

$2.39 million

With this house, you also get a piece of history. The Fred Miller estate, once home to the founder of Miller Brewing Co., is a historic Victorian mansion that is situated on a bluff overlooking Oconomowoc Lake. Built in 1871, the nearly 10,400-square-foot home comes with 11 bedrooms, five bathrooms and a large screened-in front porch. It is listed for sale by Jon Spheeris with Coldwell Banker Elite.

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109 Raven Turn E, Wind Point

$2 million

This elegant lakefront home sits on nearly 2 acres, with 233 feet of Lake Michigan shoreline, offering homeowners their own private sand beach. Expansive windows on the east side of the six-bedroom, six-bathroom home provide views of the lake from almost every room. The windowed doors in the dining room slide open to a screened porch. There is plenty of space for entertaining, including a game room, built-in bar and party room. It is listed for sale by John Crimmings of First Weber.

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3266 N. Lake Drive, Milwaukee

$1.7 million

This Lake Drive mansion, designed by architect Alexander C. Eschweiler, is modeled after the Chateau d’Azay-le-Rideau in France’s Loire Valley. The roughly 9,200-square-foot home, built in 1912, offers a regal front with lake views in the back. Visitors will admire the vaulted ceilings in the family room and the attention to detail in the remodeled great room. The grand staircase leads to the master suite with attached dressing room. It is listed for sale by Melanie Gilmore-Gaar of First Weber Inc.

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W151N7314 Paseo Lane, Menomonee Falls

$1.6 million

Every detail in this custom-built home, built in 2016, was carefully selected with a top area designer. Some features of the 8,800-square-foot home include a striking foyer with hand-forged iron curved staircase, heated acacia hardwood floor in the great room and a temperature-controlled wine room on the main level. The pub wing features barnwood floors, a bar and a family room that flows to the screened porch. It is listed for sale by Mary Deeken of First Weber Inc.

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120 W. Miller Drive, Mequon

$1.48 million

This two-story custom brick colonial was built with careful attention to detail by one of the developers of Vintage Estates. This home has a two-story grand foyer with double elliptical staircase, marble floors and a large chandelier welcoming guests into the one-of-a-kind residence. The second floor of this nearly 7,000-square-foot home features an expansive master suite with fireplace, 15-foot vaulted ceilings and spa-like bath. It is listed for sale by Lisa Ashley with Mahler Sotheby’s International Realty.

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