April 2014 Volume 67 Issue 6
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e x c l u s i v e ly y o u r s April 2014 since 1947 www.jefflienteam.com Direct: 414-807-4800 • Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Brookfield–Now Under Construction! Trustway Home’s Acadia II 3-BR/2.5-BA Ranch home with a unique and flexible floor plan. Gourmet KIT with adjacent open-concept Great RM, spacious Morning Rm and a private den! Plus, there’s a private, enclosed patio right off the dinette. PIN #37748 $495,900 Brookfield–Quality AND Location! Right in the heart of one of Brookfields most appealing neighborhoods! Openconcept 4-BR/3.5-BA with huge kitchen, Family Rm with wet bar, formal Living and Dining Rms. Spectacular LL with a full KIT, Rec Rm and bath. All on a cul-de-sac lot. PIN #31239 $559,900 Wonderfully updated 4-BR/2.5-BA open-concept tri-level with loads of privacy. High quality stone finishes and woodwork throughout. Granite KIT with white cabinetry. Large Great Rm with brick fireplace and sunroom with access to multi-tiered deck. PIN #38042 $389,900 Delafield–Over 1.5 Acres! Kingsway-built architecturally distinctive 4-BR/3-full, 2-half BA Ranch with wonderful in-ground pool. Soaring ceilings, rough-granite Kitchen, Hearth room and main floor Master Suite. Full Guest Suite and Rec Rm on the lower level. All on a cul-de-sac lot. PIN #39117 $849,900 Delafield’s Carriage Hills! Wonderfully updated 5-BR/5-full, 3-half BA Colonial with sweeping front porch. Formal living and Dining Rms with multiple fireplaces. Top-of-the line Kitchen, 2-story Hearth Room, main floor Master Suite. Multi-tiered patio with marvelous pool and Cabana with Crafts Rm. PIN #39014 $1,649,00 Elm Grove Show-Stopper! Golden Lake–Lakefront Elegance! Breathtaking vistas and European style influences are found throughout this 4-BR/5-BA masterpiece nestled on over 1.5 acres. All private suites, gorgeous Master, multi-tiered stone patios and over 100' of pristine swimming frontage! PIN #33475 $1,275,000 3-BR/2-BA two-story with great loft or office overlooking open-concept Grt Rm with centerpiece brick fireplace. Kitchen with snack bar and Dinette with patio access. Formal Dining Room. Wonderful Master Suite with 2 closets, private BA and en-suite sitting room! PIN #35757 $349,900 New Berlin–Large Corner Lot! 60' of beautiful east shore swimming frontage! 2-BR/1-BA summer-day cottage with awesome views and sunsets on 1.25 acres! 1.5 detached garage/storage for lake toys! Update and use as-is or rebuild on this gorgeous lot! PIN #32492 $339,900 Oconomowoc–Ashippun Lake! Oconomowoc–Lakefront Condo! Includes Silver Lake boat slip! 3-BR/ 2/5-BA condo with deeded access. 10.5' arched ceilings, Italian marble, limestone tile and walnut flooring. Stunning gourmet KIT open to Family Rm. Absolutely breathtaking views! PIN #30082 $549,500 Exposed 4-BR/3-BA hilltop Ranch with breathtaking views & 90' of pristine frontage. Living Rm with access to lakeside deck. Walls of windows, Master Suite. Two garages! Wonderful walk-out lower level with fireplace, Rec Rm and mini-Kitchen. PIN #34548 $849,900 Oconomowoc–Lac La Belle! Trustway’s spectacular Englewood model features an innovative floor plan with Hearth Rm, Morning Rm and awesome 3-seasonopen concept outdoor living space. Fully finished lower level with mini-Kitchen, media room and much more! PIN #38041 $795,000 Pewaukee–Broken Hill! Waukesha County–8.3-Acre/9.5-Car GA! Spectacular conservancy views, two huge garages and one of most creatively designed homes in Waukesha County. Each room is a unique experience! Private-entrance sports court, chef ’s KIT, top-floor observatory and a main floor Master Suite. PIN #35447 $749,900 Text the 5 digit pin to eData(33282) for information and/or multi-media presentation sent to your cell phone, call 1-888-617-0626 or visit www.jefflienteam.com The human side of real estate exc lu si v ely yo u r s Ed Liermann Publisher Ed Liermann Sales Director Timothy Scott Starr Creative Director Tyler Curtis Contributing Writers Tim Endisch Timothy Jay Craig Mattson Mary Murphy Rachelle Pryor Lynn Darnieder Contributing Marcia L. Getto Photographers Mark Jay John Kimpel Lee Wickersheimer Lisa Witte Advertising Sales 262-250-1503 Editorial Correspondence 262-250-1503 visit our website at: www.eymag.com VOLUME 67, ISSUE 6 Yours is one of a select group of finer Wisconsin homes chosen to receive Exclusively Yours Magazine. On behalf of our advertisers we thank you for your continuing patronage. Exclusively Yours Magazine (ISSN 0888-0298) is published twelve times a yearâ€”monthlyâ€”by Lifestyle Publishing, LLC 7434 Lannon Road, Lannon WI 53046-9746. 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Wishing you timeless elegance from Elements East. 631 Genesee St., Delafield, WI. 262-303-4356. www.elementseastdelafield.com River’s End Gallery This hand blown lily lamp by Wisconsin artist, Colleen Ott, has an opalescent interior allowing the light to glow in soft impressionistic colors like a sunset over your favorite bay. River’s End Gallery, now in two locations, visit them at 380 W. Main St., Waukesha, 262-896-8875 or 890 Elm Grove Road, Elm Grove, 262-780-1191. www.riversendgallery.com. April 2014 Sendik’s Towne Centre Surprise Mom with the best! Visit Sendik’s Towne Centre between Sunday, April 27 and Saturday, May 10 to discover a unique selection of shops, services and dining options offering specials to celebrate Mother’s Day. Sendik’s Towne Centre, Capitol Drive at Brookfield Road. For more information about this special Mother’s Day promotion visit SendiksTowneCentre.com, Like us on Facebook or Follow us on Twitter. 5 Lori & Doug Larson Lori: 414-531-2319 Doug: 414-531-2324 www.Larson-Team-Realtors.com Email: email@example.com Lake Park Arts & Crafts Located in the desirable Lake Park district, this remarkable historic red brick, English Arts and Crafts home was built in 1912 for Dairy Baron William Luick. Owners have maintained historic relevance while upgrading for a 21st century lifestyle. Kitchen showcases original subway tile walls & ceiling plus custom cabinetry with granite counters. Unique family room with ornate barrel ceiling and wood paneling. Sunlit master bedroom suite with oversized walk-in closet. Impressive improvements throughout! $789,900 pin #39472 www.3036marietta.com Distinctive Homes Presented By Delafield Executive Colonial Gorgeous updated executive colonial located in prestigious Hawksnest subdivision is a great family and entertaining home. Beautiful cherry millwork, granite countertops, gleaming tile and wood flooring, huge sunroom, 3 fireplaces and spa-like master bath are just a few of the exceptional quality features. Enjoy the awesome backyard each summer with inground pool, hot tub and over an acre of lush gardens and landscaping. Neighborhood boasts ponds, play fields, tennis courts and access to Ice Age Trail. Welcome Home! $699,000 pin #30876 www.timberhillct.com Spectacular Kettle Ridge Seller to Entertain Offers Between $525K-$550K. Executive 5 bedroom split ranch set on over 5 private acres in a country subdivision. Quality features include solid surface counters and hardwood floors. The gourmet kitchen opens to the dining room and living room with fireplace. The huge deck overlooks the prairie gardens and fire pit. Take the elevator downstairs to the walk out family room with fireplace, full kitchen and bedroom suite/exercise room. Workshop, extra storage and heated 3 car garage are amazing! pin #38616 www.4184kettleridgetrail.com contents A p r i l 2 0 1 4 vo lu m e 67 i ss u e 6 5 The Gallery Browse among offerings from a few of our area’s finest shops and businesses. 8 The Art of the Matter The performing arts have the power to enchant, inspire or uplift us. Thanks to support from the United Performing Arts Fund (UPAF), vibrant performing arts offerings are plentiful in our area. Mary Murphy 13 Long Distance Love Affair When Carol Schalla first collaborated with Lakeside Development in 2005 on an Idea Home for a magazine, she never dreamed that eight years later they would build her a Door County dream home to retire in. 15 Elite Company Southeastern Wisconsin real estate veteran Jon Spheeris has assembled an “Elite” team of real estate professionals to open a new real estate franchise in the heart of the Lake Country. 19 Historic Lake Park This desirable Lake Park district, English Arts & Crafts home was built in 1912 by architects Brust, Philipp & Heimerl designed for William Luick, a leading Midwest dairy producer and the inventor of brick ice cream. 20 Spring Fashion 2014 Your favorite boutiques are brimming with the latest fashions for spring. Here’s a look at what’s new and now for you this season. 24 A Point Well Taken There are many sought after properties in the Lake Country area. But for some reason the prestige that comes along with owning a home on Hewitts Point Road on Oconomowoc Lake has always been something extra special. Timothy Jay 29 Epic Deals on Classic Wheels To successfully sell your antique or classic automobile for the most money, think big. The Sell It Now Store™ understands cars, the worldwide market and what it takes to sell your car for top dollar using multiple global channels. 30 God’s Corner now at eymag.com Gertrude M. Puelicher Go for a ride in our exclusive Virtual Test Drive. You’ll want to make sure you have your speakers turned up for this one. The 2014 F-TYPE is a continuation of a sporting bloodline that stretches back more than 75 years and includes some of the most beautiful, thrilling and desirable sports cars ever built. With a lightweight aluminum architecture, the all-new Jaguar F-TYPE represents a return to the company’s heart: a two-seat, convertible sports car focused on performance, agility and driver involvement. On The Cover: Spring Trillium. By Marcia L. Getto of Cedarburg. To view more of Marcia’s work, visit www.marciagetto.com, or contact her at 414-350-6750, or firstname.lastname@example.org April 2014 7 by Mary Murphy the art of the matter Imagine the abrupt stillness of a theatre that has suddenly gone dark. For a brief moment, there is the longing to hear just one more song or to see one more dance or to be swept away again by the compelling portrayal of the play’s protagonist. The performing arts have the power to enchant, inspire or uplift us. Even stories rife with hardship and angst remind us of the human condition. Whether one leaves the theatre feeling empowered, vulnerable or joyful, the experience is transformative. The vibrant performing arts offerings are plentiful in Milwaukee, thanks to support from the United Performing Arts Fund (UPAF). UPAF , the nation’s largest united performing arts fund, provides operating funds for 38 performing arts groups in the greater Milwaukee area. In 2013, UPAF raised more than $11 million, the most in the group’s history. As a result, UPAF allocated a record-setting $8,338,000 to 15 Member Groups and 23 Affiliates. “Our community is a destination and people come to Milwaukee to experience the arts. We draw from a very large base outside of southeastern Wisconsin,” said Deanna Tillisch, UPAF president and chief executive officer, adding that patrons come from as far as northern Illinois. According to Tillisch, having a vibrant arts community, especially in the performing arts, is an economic benefit. “If you don’t have a strong downtown area, your outlying areas won’t be as strong,” she added. The average expenditure above an event ticket price is $28. These entertainment dollars are spent at restaurants, bars, and hotels in the area and the economic benefit extends beyond the performing arts. 8 e x c l u s i v e ly y o u r s April 2014 9 T h e A R T O F T HE M AT T ER For the 6,000 people who are employed in the performing arts sector, this equates to a $100 million investment. “We have among the best talent right here in our backyard. And, through the performing arts, we have an opportunity to bring people together,” said Tillisch, who emphasized the power of engagement. “Live performances draw a diverse audience of individuals to share in something special. Talk back sessions follow some performances and help stimulate dialogue. It only adds value to the experience.” Each year, UPAF Member Groups reach a million people through more than 2,000 performances of live theatre, music, dance and opera. Educational programming and community outreach extends to 400,000 school children annually. Research shows that arts education has a measurable impact on children, improving academic performance, creative and critical thinking skills, as well as discipline and focus. Arts education programming is an important extension of UPAF-supported organizations and their presence in the community. These programs often augment what is no longer available in the schools. operating funds to groups that vary in size and art form, enabling them to share resources and encourage each other’s creativity. UPAF’s fund allocation formula encourages high artistic, financial and management standards, thereby advancing the organizational excellence of its Member Groups. People who work or volunteer at UPAF believe in the mission and they are passionate. “With every dollar we raise, we know it is going to make a difference.” A major focus of the campaign this year is to generate awareness of UPAF with residents of Waukesha County. UPAF has set a goal of raising $1.5 million from donors in this specific geographic area during its 2014 campaign. Announced last month at the inaugural Westside Campaign Kickoff event held at the Sharon Milwaukee has the largest children’s theater academy in the country (First Stage) and the largest youth symphony in the country (Milwaukee Youth Symphony Orchestra). According to Tillisch, neither would be possible without UPAF . In March, UPAF announced its 2014 campaign goal of $11.7 million. UPAF strengthens and stabilizes the performing arts community as a whole by providing general Lynne Wilson Center for the Arts in Brookfield, the initiative is UPAF’s effort to increase giving from donors in the western suburbs. Several UPAF Affiliates are in Waukesha County, and many UPAF Member Groups not only perform there, but also deliver arts education programming to nearly 50,000 children. “There are thousands of nonprofits in southeastern Wisconsin, so we know there are many great causes vying for support 10 e x c l u s i v e ly y o u r s available at 18915 West Capitol Drive Towne Centre Brookfield, WI 53045 Tel: (262) 781- 6083 T h e A R T O F T HE M AT T ER from the community,” said Tillisch. “But since 1967, UPAF has been the essential vehicle to ensure we’re sustaining these performing arts offerings to residents.” UPAF partners with business leaders and individuals to ensure access to the arts for everyone in the community. The Waukesha County Business Alliance plays a key role in communicating that message through a Workplace Giving Campaign. “They’ve been absolutely phenomenal to work with and they’re real partners, not just in name only,” said Tillisch. Individual contributions made through workplace giving in Waukesha County will be matched by the Arzbaecher Family Foundation, up to $25,000. This year, UPAF is seeking to grow the number of workplace campaigns by 37, with many hopefully coming from west side businesses. The campaign is also offering a bonus for its Member Groups—if the organization or its board members recruit a new workplace giving campaign, 40 percent of the dollars raised from that campaign will go directly to the arts group that recruited it. UPAF also is encouraging participants of the UPAF Ride for the Arts, sponsored by Miller Lite, to garner more donations for their rides. The annual fundraising event will be held on Sunday, June 1. To boost efforts, UPAF is offering a trip for two to Boston for the rider who raises the largest amount in pledges. The Westside Campaign is also a way to promote a visit to Milwaukee. “If you don’t work downtown, you’re not aware of how easy it is to commute to the city, where parking is always accessible,” said Tillisch, a resident of western Waukesha County. Since joining UPAF in 2011, Tillisch is proud of the impact it has on the community. “From a personal perspective, it is knowing the number of people whose lives we touch. One million people each year. We are the largest donor to these arts groups that reach people from southeastern Wisconsin and beyond.” People who work or volunteer at UPAF believe in the mission and they are passionate. “With every dollar we raise, we know it is going to make a difference. That’s incredibly rewarding,” added Tillisch. UPAF has over 700 volunteers who serve in many roles throughout the year and there are various ways to get involved. Consider attending one of these upcoming events to learn more about UPAF: UPAF Ride for the Arts, sponsored by Miller Lite–June 1 Starry Nights at the Sharon Lynne Wilson Center for the Arts, sponsored by UPAF–July 18 Waukesha County Business Alliance “The BIG One” golf outing–July 23 UPAF relies on the involvement of southeastern Wisconsin residents to successfully raise its goal annually. Community support keeps the performing arts vibrant and accessible for everyone. For more information about the 2014 UPAF Campaign or to make a contribution, please visit www.upaf.org or contact the UPAF office at 414-273-8723. Studio Glass Art u Original Paintings u Jewelry Sculpture u Crystalline u Design Service Fine Art Gallery Original Paintings are 10% off in April 2014 with this ad. Bring in the ad for your discount. River’s End Gallery now in 2 locations Downtown Waukesha and Village Court Elm Grove Hundreds of decorative, collectable and practical one-of-a-kind glass art pieces are available to capture light perfectly in your home or business. River’s End Gallery 380 West Main Street Waukesha, WI 5318 262-896-8875 River’s End Gallery 890 Elm Grove Road Village Court, Elm Grove, WI 53122 262-780-1191 www.RiversEndGallery.com 12 facebook e x c l u s i v e ly y o u r s long distance “I love my new home.” When Carol Schalla first collaborated with Lakeside Development Company in 2005 , she never dreamed that 8 years later they would build her dream retirement home in Door County . As the Senior Home and Projects Editor at Midwest Living magazine for 12 years, Carol managed and helped design at least 10 Idea Homes. In 2006, Midwest Living partnered with Lakeside Development Company to build a home in Horseshoe Bay Farms, Egg Harbor, in Door County . April 2014 love affair “It turned out to be a very successful Idea Home for everyone involved for several reasons, and I like to think that the stellar working relationship between Lakeside and myself had something to do with that,” said Schalla. “Lakeside had built another show home for Midwest Living before my time there, and the quality of their homes was the reason the magazine approached them again.” So from that professional relationship, a personal relationship developed between Carol and Lakeside’s owners Tom Zabjek and Scott Humber. “When it came time to think about possibly building my own personal retirement home in Door County, it seemed natural to consult with them first,” said Schalla. Q: Why did you choose Door County? A: After spending my whole life living in suburbia and working in corporate America, continued on page 18 13 elite company Southeastern Wisconsin real estate veteran Jon Spheeris has assembled an “Elite” team of real estate professionals backed by the strength of Coldwell Banker. His new franchise, Coldwell Banker Elite, is located in the heart of the Lake Country at 175 E. Wisconsin Avenue in Oconomowoc. Spheeris, a long time Lake Country resident, believes in reinvesting in his community and in the adage “you don’t get a second chance with a first impression” . To prove the point, he completely renovated a 3,000-square-foot office space in downtown Oconomowoc and beautifully decorated it with walnut floors, oriental rugs and state-of-the-art technology . Jon believes the new space will house approximately 20 agents that will build on Spheeris’ and his groups’ expertise providing quality service and attention to detail in marketing real estate for homes of all price ranges. Jon has built a sterling reputation during April 2014 his 30 plus years servicing the real estate needs of thousands of individuals, families and corporate relocation clients. His vision for this new office was to combine the best real estate franchise, with the best agents, best website, best support staff to serve his customers and clients in Southeastern Wisconsin. “Coldwell Banker is a strong partner with the right tools in place to help buyers and sellers,” said Spheeris. “The Coldwell Banker Elite Team has extensive knowledge of the area and exceptional market insight.” Managing broker Jennie Castillo added, “We are also looking to expand with agents who are truly looking to provide the best service. We have a fantastic atmosphere that I believe inspires our agents to do their best.” For Spheeris, teaming up with Coldwell banker seemed like a natural fit. “The addition of the new Coldwell Banker Elite office will further strengthen the Coldwell Banker presence in the Metro-Milwaukee market and builds on our heritage of providing professionalism and superior customer service,” said Jim Gillespie, president and CEO , Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC. “Coldwell Banker is pleased to add this new office to our network.” Coldwell Banker Elite is located at the Avenue Square, a commercial and retail gathering destination, in Oconomowoc. Jon and his team can be reached at (262)-229-2635 or at www.cb-elite.com. 15 W i s c o n s i n’s L a r g e s t H o m e S e l l e r ™ Favorite Location pin 21737 This sun-filled Dutch Colonial, situated on one of Whitefish Bay’s most prestigious streets, will not disappoint. Graceful architectural details extend throughout the generously sized living room with natural fireplace and formal dining room. The eat-in kitchen overlooks the spacious backyard and features granite counters as well as a Sub-Zero refrigerator. The first floor is rounded out by a warm, inviting sunroom while the lower level provides a comfortable family room with wood-burning stove and bar area. This 4-bedroom, 2.5-bath home is in the heart of the community, steps from schools, shops, Lake Michigan and Klode Park, where you will find ice skating, swimming and the annual 4th of July celebration. $750,000 Sarah Fetterley 414.617.6756 Accepted Offer Rare Double Lot pin 94487 Nicely landscaped, fenced yard embraces this stunning Shorewood Mediterranean that will make you smile. With truly lovely details, this 3-bedroom, 3.5-bath home boasts refinished hardwood floors, office area and indoor pool off the family room. $418,900 Beverley Drummond 414.378.9957 Upper East Side pin 45627 Fresh, elegant façade welcomes you to dramatic 1897 Victorian with 10' ceilings, great floor plan and bonus 3rd-floor family room. Turn-key 4-bedroom has remodeled, top-of-the-line kitchen, 2.5 refreshed baths, newer roof and central air. The City is Calling…$399,900 Jim Schleif 414.313.3346 Amazing Scenery pin 07457 Soaring ceilings, 3 fireplaces, cherry kitchen, gorgeous sunroom, spa and lookout tower add allure to amazing Ashford Contemporary with newer inground pool and heated ‘car’ barn. 90+ serene acres embrace this captivating 4-bedroom, 3.5-bath retreat. $849,000 Jim Desmond 414.915.8372 A Private Sanctuary pin 60197 Meticulously maintained and updated Cape Cod is a peaceful retreat with approx. 300' of river frontage and 2.4 lush acres in Mequon. Surround yourself with beauty in this 3-bedroom home with gourmet kitchen, fabulous 1st-floor den, rec room and much more. $434,900 Tory Bruce 414.975.3385 Mequon’s Essex Place pin 55077 Sparkling clean and exceptionally well maintained Condo sits on a premium lot and overflows with extras. This fine-quality home boasts high ceilings, gas fireplace, hardwood floors, den, 2 bedrooms, 2.5 baths and smashing, nicely finished lower level. $379,900 Lynn Becker 262.227.7785 Landmark on the Lake pin 04227 Wake up to sky-high views of dazzling Lake Michigan from your 25th-floor penthouse in a hip and friendly community. Enjoy gorgeous master, spa baths, lovely cherry and granite kitchen, 2nd bedroom, large den, amenities galore. The City is Calling…$459,900 Jim Schleif 414.313.3346 EHO Eastside Elegance pin 74097 Commanding Tudor in Historic North Point will win your heart with stunning period details, lovely spaces and views of Lake Park. 6-bedroom, 4.5-bath gem offers updated and timeless kitchen, library with fireplace, 4-season room and nicely manicured yard. $649,900 Jim Schleif 414.313.3346 Lake Michigan Splendor pin 60097 Floor-to-ceiling windows frame stunning lake views from most rooms of this unique, 4-bedroom, 4.5-bath Bayside Contemporary. 5 levels of sophisticated living space magically blend design and the private setting in this very special home. Nicely priced. $994,900 Vani Vishnubhakta 414.491.2216 A Delight in Mequon pin 13197 Magnificent country estate has been tastefully updated to now include 4 bedrooms, 5.5 baths, highend kitchen with heated marble floors, library and enormous solarium-style family room with glass ceiling and stone flooring. A wow home on 3 gorgeous acres! $949,900 Becky Wick 414.333.6670 Move-In Ready pin 16177 Come home to this meticulously maintained Fox Point Ranch and just relax. 3-bedroom, 2.5-bath home offers roomy kitchen with high-end stainless steel appliances, 2-way fireplace and handsome cathedral family room with built-ins. Many updates and extras. $389,000 Howard Loeb 414.688.0500 Breathtaking Acreage pin 38677 Retreat to 25 acres of gorgeous, rolling countryside with wooded hills, stream and fishing pond in Farmington. Secluded and magical, with options to split, develop or enjoy for a single estate, this special offering and wonderful location await the lucky buyer. $399,900 Patti Potos 414.961.8314, ext. 151 Uniquely Special pin 47447 One of the largest units in Mequonâ€™s Hidden Creek and the amenities you love! Well appointed, 4-bedroom, 3-bath Condo boasts bright sunroom, hardwood floors, delightful kitchen, expansive deck and beautifully designed lower level. $475,000 Alice Horton 414.559.7110 Deborah Petritz 414.807.6101 Visit our new interactive property videos at www.shorewest.tv Call or Text our Hotline: 262/814-1400 + 5-digit PIN www.shorewest.com Lo n g D i s tan ce Lov e Affai r continued from page 13 assumed my budget would be too small. But I went to Lakeside with my thoughts on the house I wanted to build and the tight budget I would have to adhere to, and they were flexible enough to take on my limitations. Being in the shelter magazine business, I had also accumulated some used props from past projects such as a chandelier, barn doors, some hardware and plumbing fixtures and Lakeside was willing to take the extra steps to use those products to keep my budget on track. That was really appreciated. And, while the project had to be done on a budget, the home doesn’t sacrifice anything on style and uniqueness. Lakeside was very receptive to all my barn-inspired design ideas and budgetsaving thoughts. For instance, from my years in the home field, I was familiar with the latest cost-saving products that still offered plenty of style like laminate flooring and Formica countertops. We decided on tall windows and 9’ ceilings on the first level to make the smaller dimensions feel bigger. Almost everything I threw at Scott, we found a way to make it work which resulted in me staying on budget, yet getting the perfect home for me. Q: Visiting Door County is one thing, but how did you decide where in Door County you wanted live permanently? A: Once Lakeside had said they would consider building my home, the search was on for the right location. It was Lakeside’s contacts that led to finding the perfect spot for me. While lakefront or lake-view property probably wouldn’t have fit into my budget, the lot I eventually purchased in The Enclave of Ephraim is only a half a block from the water on Eagle Harbor in downtown Ephraim, affording me the perfect small town living spot—it’s scenic, picturesque, historic and near the beach and beautiful state parks, yet accessible to all basic needs with Fish Creek and Sister Bay just minutes up or down the road. For more information on building with Lakeside Development visit www.lakesidedevelopment.com. 262-241-2300. e x c l u s i v e ly y o u r s I decided in retirement that I wanted to do something totally different—a small town, 35 Years of Craftsmanship Leak-proof Roofing Fair Pricing Honesty The Best Warranties Roofing– Commercial & Residential General Repairs Replacement Windows Siding & Masonry Repairs a vacation-destination type of location seemed attractive. However, I didn’t want to move out of the Midwest, because of friends, family, familiarity with the Midwestern culture, and the four seasons. I wouldn’t be happy in the desert or year-round hot climates. I have vacationed in Door County for the past 10 years with a friend who had a home on the beach on Whitefish Dunes, and in that time, I have learned to love everything about Door County . It seemed a perfect fit for my retirement destination because I already knew some people up here from my vacation, so I wouldn’t have to start out as a total fish out of water; I love nature and being near the water, all of which Door County offers in abundance; and I have been a frustrated artist…and in retirement I plan to pursue my pastel art again. So, the huge art community in Door County was an additional draw . It would also offer a great place for family and friends to visit and create memories, yet be within comfortable driving distance to my son and family in the Chicago area. Q: How did you manage a fulltime job and building a new house? A: We built the home while I was still in Iowa working at the magazine, so it was a long distance build. I only made two trips to Wisconsin, once to look at the site, and one other time during construction. There were two reasons this was possible: Because I had experience in building those 10 magazine show homes long distance from my offices in Iowa; and because I had complete trust in Lakeside to be responsive to my designer needs. I knew they would build me a quality house, sight unseen until the end. Plus, Scott Humber and I knew each other from working together on the Horseshoe Bay Farms house, and I felt comfortable with our communication styles. Q: With your experience building show hous- 262-377-3997 www.dehlingvoigt.com es, what things did you learn along the way that influenced your ideas for this house? A: I had never thought I could ever build a new home for myself in retirement. I just ~ performance by craftsmen ~ 18 H O M ES O F D IS T INC T I O N historic lake park Located in the desirable Lake Park district, this remarkable historic red brick, English Arts & Crafts home was built in 1912 by architects Brust, Philipp & Heimerl designed for William Luick, a leading Midwest dairy producer and the inventor of brick ice cream. The house was the first residence in Wisconsin to have an electric Kelvinator refrigerator, and had a ceiling mounted car wash system in the garage and an in house central vacuum system. Recently restored and renovated, the owners have maintained its historic relevance while upgrading the house to a 21st century lifestyle. Features include refinished hardwood and quarry tile floors, leaded glass windows, a porte cochere, a second side front entrance with a sitting porch, two fireplaces, a three-car garage, 5 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, a spacious master suite, a large living room, formal dining room, a family room with decorative plaster vaulted ceiling, and a recreation room and full basement. HVAC, plumbing and wiring have been upgraded along with full house high tech access including two Wi-Fi zones. Continued on page 22 April 2014 Home suggested by Lori and Doug Larson. www.Larson-Team-Realtors.com 19 spring fashion The Garment Shop We have a passion for fashion and offer personal service with friendliness and expertise! Spring fashions arriving daily are 25% off featuring traditional ladies clothing in all sizes, a large selection of fine accessories and just in men’s and women’s Woolrich sportswear. Stop in our convenient downtown location and congratulate Jan celebrating 20 years in business. 125 W. Main St., Cambridge, WI, 53523. Monday-Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Sunday, 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. Follow us on Facebook. A unique specialty shop for women where you will find something for every occasion. 608-423-3740. 2 Harleys The Store for Men Spring has arrived at Harleys: The Store for Men in Shorewood. Whatever your destination this season, Harleys guarantees your arrival in style! Harleys has been Milwaukee’s one-stop source for the finest menswear from today’s most exclusive designers for more than 65 years. Beautify Milwaukee®–wear something from Harleys! 3565 N. Oakland Ave., Shorewood, Wis. 414-332-3404. www.harleys4men.com 20 e x c l u s i v e ly y o u r s 2014 Bruce Paul Goodman Springtime may be late in arriving, but spring fashions are in full bloom at Bruce Paul Goodman. Our exclusive collection of lovely and timeless dresses and separates bursting with the colors of the season will take you from daytime into night with elegance and style. So if you’re ready to blossom this spring too, they’ve got the season’s most irresistible fashions to help you look and feel your best. Visit Bruce Paul Goodman and shop their wide variety of comfy and stylish casual and career clothing, tasteful shoes, handbags, jewelry and other essential trimmings to complete your spring wardrobe. Dressing well is the surest way to embrace the renewal of springtime. Bruce Paul Goodman, Brookfield Towne Centre, 18915 W. Capitol Drive, 262-781-6083. Or, Like them on Facebook and stay up-to-date with the latest looks you love and get notified of special sales and offers. April 2014 21 H i s to r i c La k e Pa r k TobinJewelers Continued from page 19 As you cross the front threshold you are swept back more than a century into a massive foyer with a classic grand staircase with luxuriously restored woodwork, wood floors and staircase with new carpet runners and brass rods. At the top landing is an east facing six leaded glass cathedral window with newly carpeted runners and brass rods. To the south, enter the sunlit living room featuring a restored, 18th century Adams www.tobinjewelers.com Brothers’ imported black walnut mantle with a gas log fireplace and two matching alcoves on both sides with leaded glass windows. Floor-toceiling bookcases line the walls of the east and west ends of the large room. Massive crown molding and wood trim remind you of a time long past. New Berlin Location We have the special event piece you are looking for this spring. Whether it is a gift for mom, anniversary milestone, engagement ring, wedding bands, a special gemstone piece you’ve been craving, you will find it at Tobin Jewelers. Denim & Diamond Event Stop in either of our locations soon for more information! Mark your Calendar now for 0 June 19, 2014 0 Tobin Jewelers—New Berlin 3502 South Moorland Rd. 262-789-8451 Tobin Jewelers—Mequon 10804 N. Port Washington Rd. 262-240-9798 the sunlit living room features a restored, 18th century Adams Brothers’ imported black walnut mantle with a gas log fireplace Things we love… “Warm cozy booths, comfortable clothes, yummy food, lively conversations, perfect service and friendly prices.” and two matching alcoves on both sides with leaded glass windows. Stroll from the living room through leaded glass French doors and enter the fountain room, originally the breakfast room, which was enlarged in the 1920s. You can almost hear the Jazz Age music with guests dancing the Charleston. Above is an ornate barrel vaulted ceiling, recently artistically restored with panels of pastel Tribal hues outlined in molded plaster gilt leaves and vines. Hard wood paneling covers the walls from floor to ceiling. Large thermo pane windows let in the outside while retaining privacy and warmth. A stone wall contains an alcove encircling an original 1920s deco bronze working fountain in the figure of an ancient Grecian goddess. Stained glass panels have recently been added by the owners. The room now serves as both a casual dining area and first-floor family room. Walk through the 8-foot cherry pantry to the recently restored and updated historic Continued on page 28 e x c l u s i v e ly y o u r s ® “Our steakhouse offers a variety of Italian dishes with handcrafted sauces.” Spring Fashions Arriving Daily 25% OFF 125 West Main Street, Cambridge 608-423-3740 A Unique Specialty Shop for Women 22 Now serving pizzas made from scratch 3718 Hurbertus Rd., Hubertus 262-628-7700 OPEN 7 Days a week Johnny Manhattan’s Sound of Vintage the t has been said many times that good things come to those who wait. This old adage might be especially true for collectors of vintage stereo and audio equipment. Many of those enthusiasts believe the high-end equipment that was built to use vacuum tubes has a sweeter sound not matched by newer technology. These folks know that by waiting for the tubes to warm they will be treated to a full, rich audio experience. The market for vintage high-end stereo and audio equipment is not just limited to the United States with the largest concentration of collectors being in areas of Asia. When selling your audio equipment whatever the vintage, consider the worldwide auction market. An auction is the best format because buyers have to compete and results in prices that are simply amazing. Nichole Pirolo and Mike Boerschinger I The keys to a successful auction include choosing an auction company with a stellar reputation and an understanding of global markets. The Sell It Now Storeâ„˘ specializes in positioning your item in the auction market with many high resolution photographs, a video and an accurate description of your item and its significance. They understand the items, worldwide market and what it takes to sell your item for top dollar. The process is simple; give them a call for a free valuation. When the bidding ends, you will be amazed at how much your item sold for. You might be even more surprised what country your item is being shipped to. The Sell It Now Store can be reached at (414) 727-0600. Find them online at www.sellitnowstore.com. Give Mike or Nichole a call at 414-727-0600. We look forward to hearing from you. www.sellitnowstore.com Po r tfo l i o O F F i n e Hom e s a point well taken b y Ti m o t h y J a y It is not unusual to hear about homes that are quite amazing, even spectacular in some cases, among the many sought after properties found in the Lake Country. But for some reason the prestige that comes along with owning a home on Hewitts Point Road on Oconomowoc Lake has always been something extra special. Hewitts Point carefully dissects a small peninsula on the north side of Oconomowoc Lake. It winds up and down and around the hilly terrain until it leads us to this 3-story residence near the point of the peninsula. This home, at least the original version, is believed to be around 127 years oldâ€”although even after 22 years the current owners have not been able to confirm this for certain. From the moment you enter the home you are drawn into the deep rich colors of the hardwood flooring, wood paneling and beamed ceilings. The fireplace in the living room carries through the open-concept second story balcony-area all the way to the second story ceiling. The balcony itself Home suggested by Jon Spheeris of Coldwell Banker EliteÂŽ To view more photos of this property visit Portfolio of Fine homes at www.eymag.com. 24 e x c l u s i v e ly y o u r s April 2014 25 A Po i n t W e l l Ta k e n actually forms a rectangle above the living room resembling a classic old hotel design, exposing the hand-carved railings that provide the border, along with offering a sneak peak of the spacious second floor. The hotel concept that it portrays is actually not all that far off—based upon how this home has been utilized over the years. The owners have been hosting both national and international travelers ever since they completed their remodeling efforts back in the early 2000s. At that time, they transformed what had been a cottage-like home, albeit a very large one, into over 8,000-square-feet of resort-like character from one end to the other and one level to the next. As part of their collaborative plan with the owners, the remodeling company salvaged many of the doors and windows from the original structure and strategically placed them throughout the newly designed home with modernized effects and accents. This of course allows the home to retain some of its old fashioned character while introducing updated and modernized amenities at the same time. To the left of the living room is the more than 400-square-foot music room with sitting area. The huge bay window provides our first glimpse of the rolling landscape and picturesque shoreline. The room also features the second of five fireplaces and built-in cedar cabinets. Heading back across the living room and past a thirty-foot wide tiled porch, is the formal dining room. With accomodations for 12 or more people and featuring a two-way fireplace and wainscot-finished walls, this room already has a lot to offer—but there’s also a little nostalgia to add. In the center of the floor under the dining room table, there is a foot-triggered call bell that rings in the kitchen when stepped on. The bell itself happens to be imported from England and just another reminder of the way things used to be once upon a time. There are simply endless examples of character and craftsmanship that have been put into this home both inside and out. Behind the two-way fireplace is the kitchen and sunroom. The sunroom features a wall of windows that provide another inviting view of the landscape in a cozy little setting. The kitchen www.FitnessTogether.Net/2sizes area is full of numerous amenities of its own. There’s a huge island in the center with seating area. There are also double ovens, honed granite countertops, a Sub-Zero refrigerator, maple flooring and imported light fixtures. The cabinet work in here is a wonderful example of old vs. new style and design. Every cabinet door in this kitchen was retained from the original model or cut out and moved from one of the other rooms in the home, and then refinished and stained to match. The cabinets around the main sink also feature toe-kick drawers for a little extra storage space. www.LittleSwissClockShop.com Passing through the pantry area and first level laundry room we still have even more 26 e x c l u s i v e ly y o u r s to cover on this floor. A private den or office area sets up nicely for a perfect view toward the lake. It also features an inviting fireplace setting with dual French doors leading out to the bluestone patio, one of several facing the lake. Across the hall from here is the guest room or what could also be used as in-law quarters. It has its own personal shower and bathroom and includes a private entrance/ exit to the outside connected via stone walkway to either the lake shore or back around the home to the driveway. It’s handy for the swimmers and boaters coming off the lake to be able to have direct access to a shower as well. The far end of the first floor is finished off with a custom-designed mud room, featuring built-in cabinets, sports closets and shoe racks. There is also a smartly designed powder room on this end featuring a pedestal sink and nickel fixtures. Up on the second level is a new adventure all on its own. Featuring the master suite and master bath, this room includes its own private sun porch, a sitting area and two walk-in closets, a heated marble floor in the bath with a whirlpool tub and built-in his and hers sinks. There are also four additional bedrooms on this level and three more baths. The first bedroom adjoins one of the two libraries on this level and features a built-in canopy bed and its own private bath. The second and third bedrooms share a Jack-n-Jill style bathroom with private sitting room. The fourth bedroom also has its own private bath. The two separate den/library rooms on this level impress with floor-to-ceiling bookcases, one located on either end of the floor. All of this is built around the rectangular balcony that looks down over the entryway and living room. It would be difficult to pick out a single highlight in this home, but heading up the third level certainly does put a nice finishing touch on it. The third level could function as an au pair apartment and it certainly packs a lot into one floor. We enter into the main entertainment or theatre room which features a seventy-two inch projection screen and surround sound system with programmable recording capabilities, sound-proofing, and black-out blinds. There is a full bath on this level with an original claw-foot April 2014 tub and ceramic tile floor. There is also a full service kitchen on the back side of the floor with full appliances, built-in cabinets and hardwood flooring. Last but not least there is another bedroom or craft room to finish off the floor. Some of the extras in the home include: four separate heating and air conditioning zones; two separate water heaters; a reverse osmosis water system; 8-foot doors and 9-and 10-foot ceilings throughout; more than 100 windows for the ultimate in natural lighting; a finished basement with full-sized exercise or entertainment room; private mechanicals and security room; closet space and storage galore; a 4-car detached garage; more than 300 feet of lake frontage; a boathouse with pier and much, much, more. There are simply endless examples of character and craftsmanship that have been put into this home both inside and out. For more information on this extraordinary Oconomowoc Lake residence contact Jon Spheeris of Coldwell Banker–Elite at (262) 261-0758 to schedule your private appointment. Fine Furniture n Accessories n Lighting n Jewelry n Rugs n Design Services Downtown Delafield n 631 Genesee Street n 262-303-4356 Shorewood n 4529 N. Oakland Avenue n 414-332-3530 www.elementseastdelafield.com Been Pulling Our Wagon… Long, Long Time. Think about us for roofing, roof repairs, residential and commercial, gutters, windows, and siding. References upon request. How About Reinsulating Your Home and Replacement Windows?? BIG FUEL SAVINGS!! 262-377-4430 Siding • Roofing • Tuck Pointing • Trim Cover Window Replacement • Gutters • Insulation 27 Better days begin with better nights. H i s to r i c La k e Pa r k Continued from page 22 home, has with a large walk-in shower, dual exhaust fans, granite counter top, extra-large pedestal sink, ample lighting, original cabinet and linen closet just outside. The second bedroom looks out on Marietta Avenue. It has bench seating over the radiator, has one walk-in closet and two matching closets with shoe stalls. The room includes built-in shelves for books or collectibles. This would be the perfect room for an office or a bedroom. The third bedroom has refinished hardwood floors, a walk-in closet, built-in bookshelves, and its own private balcony facing Lake Park. Also on the second floor is the second full bathroom with original tile, a new extra sized glass enclosed walk-in shower, and built-in shelving with cabinets. one-of-a-kind Luick kitchen. As part of the 1912 design, Luick’s architects designed the kitchen to replicate his ice cream parlors complete with subway tile walls and unique vaulted tiled ceiling. Updated for today’s needs, the room, floored in Italian ceramic tile, contains a large apron sink, a double door GE Profile refrigerator freezer, an imported European AGA Legacy chef’s duel fuel range with six top burners, two full Experience the unparalleled comfort of our exclusive pressure reduction mattresses. Built to last in our Milwaukee factory and backed by the best warranty around. convection ovens, and a grill. The massive tile range hood houses a completely rebuilt exhaust system with the motor located in the attic for quiet air flow. All cabinetry has been custom made to match the original and includes granite counters with a center island with room for four to enjoy watching the gourmet cook show off. www.kenmichaelsfurniture.com There is an abundance of cabinet space in the kitchen, the hall pantry, the side pantry and the fully restored butler’s pantry which includes the original working nickel sink. Through the butler’s pantry enter the formal dining room with the original gold plaster medallion with period crystal chandelier. The Peruvian mahogany wainscoting and trim are brought to life by the up lit vaulted ceiling. Features include refinished hardwood and quarry tile floors, leaded glass windows, a porte cochere, a family room with decorative plaster vaulted ceiling, and a recreation room and full basement. brookfield – 18525 W Capitol 262-781-3850 greenfield – 4140 S 108th 414-529-4282 414-271-7335 downtown – 423 N 3rd Walk up the newly carpeted staircase to the 3rd floor and enter the fourth bedroom with high perched three-window view of Lake Park. The even larger fifth bedroom, with dormer windows facing west, has an adjoining multi-use side room. Also on the 3rd floor find a newly restored full bathroom, a large all cedar walk-in closet with built-in cabinets, and two large attics for abundant storage. The bottom floor has a large finished recreation room with quarry tiled floor, working wood fireplace, slate mantle, and a nook with refrigerator designed to be used as a bar area. Also on this level is a renovated powder room, wine cellar, a large laundry room with laundry chute, double wash sinks, ample shelves for cleaning supplies, and a large work room with work benches and an abundance of overhead lighting plus tons of room for storage throughout. In the back is a three car garage and is enclosed with iron fencing on the west and south sides, a driveway gate, and a row of trees on the north side. e x c l u s i v e ly y o u r s The formal dining room has an original gold plaster medallion with period crystal chandelier. The Peruvian mahogany Modern Sicilian Dining wainscoting and trim are brought to life by the up lit vaulted ceiling. Off of the upstairs landing enter the spacious renovated master suite with six windows, refinished hardwood floors, two closets on either side of French doors that lead out to a sunroom which was originally a summer sleeping room. That room has been converted into a walk-in closet with Closet Concept units with an exterior door that leads out onto a balcony that overlooks Lake Park. The completely renovated master bathroom, designed to match the historical integrity of the 28 2613 E. Hampshire St., Milwaukee, WI www.SalaDining.com (414) 964-2611 Presenting new and traditional family recipes using freshest ingredients. We honor classic styles and flavors served with a contemporary flourish. 1967 Jaguar XKE epic deals on When selling your classic automobile, consider the worldwide market. Imagine your car going to a a museum in Switzerland, or to a collector in the United Kingdom. This is the reality of today’s worldwide market and how to successfully sell your antique or classic automobile for top dollar. An auction is the best format so everyone competes, and when opened up to worldwide bidding, cars and many other items can bring prices that are simply amazing. The keys include a stellar company reputation, many high resolution photos, and a video and accurate description. Does it need to be in excellent condition? Not at all—there are cars called survivors that are fairly original and are many times worth more than semi-restored cars. If you have watched the auto auctions on television, you may already know what collector cars sell for. What you may not know is that The Sell It Now Store™ specializes in helping you sell your antique or collector car. They understand cars, the worldwide market and what it takes to sell your car for top dollar using multiple global channels. The Sell It Now Store also takes care of all logistics, from title transfer to the new owner, to the bill of sale, and the financial transaction. The process is simple. Give them a call for a free valuation. If you decide to sell the car, they will take 250-400 photos of the car, create a video, and then sell the car at auction that is open to the world to bidders. When the bidding ends, you will be amazed at how much that car sold for. You might be even more surprised what country it sold in. The Sell It Now Store can be reached at (414) 727-0600. They can also be found on the web at www.sellitnowstore.com. classic wheels April 2013 29 God’s corner Resurrection is not merely a point in time to culminate once a year in the celebration of Easter. Resurrection concerns itself with the birth, crucifixion and resurrection of the Christ consciousness. Our individual relationship to the resurrection lies in our capacity to resurrect our thought, to revitalize it into the Christ consciousness. A classic example of resurrected thought may be found in the Book of Job. Job had been complaining bitterly of God’s treatment of him. Three of his friends were attempting to justify what had happened to him as well as console him. Each reproved Job for his obstinacy in refusing to humble himself before God; each pointed out the good bestowed upon man by the Almighty. It was all to no avail. Job remained a whiner and complainer. Into their midst stepped Elihu, a young man whose indignation was aroused by Job’s continued justification of his condemnation of God and by the inability of his friends to 30 by Ger trude M. Puelicher find an answer. Elihu apologized for youth daring to criticize age, but his excuse was valid. “There is a spirit in man,” he said, “and the inspiration of the Almighty giveth them understanding.” In other words, his understanding of God’s presence and power came from the inspiration of the spirit within him, and he felt he had to set Job straight. He urged Job to listen, and he gave proof of his sincerity by attributing the source of his being to God: “The Spirit of God hath made me, and the breath of the Almighty hath given me life.” The astonishment of the four men at Elihu’s temerity must have been great, but Elihu was not to be deterred from an oratorical outburst of reasoning that besought Job to “stand still, and consider the wondrous works of God.” He reached his climax: “Touching the Almighty, we cannot find him out: he is excellent in power, and in judgment, and in plenty of justice: he will not afflict.” Are you despondent over national and international conditions? Are you beginning to doubt the presence and power of God, the infinity of his wisdom? Are you indulging in the flatfooted thinking of the spiritually uninspired? Reanimate, revitalize your thinking. Take dominion over your mind. Consider the wondrous works of God. Be consoled by all that there is of good in God’s universe. Recognize the power of the spirit within you; believe in it as the source of your being. Be grateful that the breath of the Almighty has given you life, eternal and immortal. Take Elihu’s advice and stop trying to blueprint God. “Touching the Almighty, we cannot find him out.” Rest in the conviction that God is. That is the highest form of resurrected thought. To the degree in which each of us dwells in the Christ consciousness, to that degree will we be a light unto the rest of the world. This is our obligation. e x c l u s i v e ly y o u r s Your Lake Country Expert OCONOMOWOC Ceramic tile, Viking appliances, walls of windows, and granite countertops are only some of the marvelous features of this 5-BD, 5.5-BA home on Lac La Belle. You’ll want to take advantage of the 100' of pristine lake frontage on hot summer days, not to mention the sprawling wood deck and concrete patio for your entertaining. Recently remodeled with topof-the-line features. Come see this beauty for yourself. $1,850,000 NASHOTAH This 4-bedroom, 3.5-bath home of 4,800-square-feet is set on a private wooded lot in the Nashotah Farms subdivision. No expenses were spared in outfitting this Westridge-built home with luxurious details. Granite countertops plus maple hardwood floors and cabinetry adorn the kitchen. Home comes equipped with radiant heat. $725,000 OCONOMOWOC LAKE You won’t want to miss out on this historically significant and architecturally stunning turn of the century home. Built by Phillip Armour as part of his summer estate, this home is sure to impress with its vintage period pieces and state-of-the-art updates. Entering through the magnificent foyer and into the expansive great room, you’re welcomed into this 23-room, 6-bedroom, 6-bath mansion complete with a tower, 2 elevators, 3 kitchens, an indoor swimming pool, and a 25-car garage for the auto enthusiast. $1,550,000 HARTLAND This immaculate home shines from the front lines of the Legend at Bristlecone golf course. Marvel at the quality finishes: granite countertops in the kitchen and baths, coffered birch ceilings in the dining room, recessed lighting throughout, and more. The exposed lower level is equipped with a second kitchen, full bar seating area, natural fireplace, and superb views. The master suite features a sitting area with natural fireplace. At over 5,500-square-feet, this haven has everything one could dream of. $839,000 Bolger 262-313-8797 PatBolgerHomes.com email@example.com LAC LA BELLE Fabulous 17-room, Regency custom-built lakefront home! Delight in marvelous Lac La Belle frontage with breathtaking views from multiple verandas. Exceptional quality and details throughout. Brick pavers approaching the home. A 7-car garage for all your toys. Enjoy the splendor and ambiance of one of Oconomowoc’s most prestigious addresses. Lush landscaping with granite steps leading you to the most perfect 100' of sandy swimming frontage in Lake Country. $1,779,500 OCONOMOWOC LAKE This pristine 4-BR, 3.5-BA home lays claims to 198' of incredible Oconomowoc Lake frontage as well as an expansive 1.4-acre lot. Enjoy sunlight aplenty and gorgeous lake views from the great room and kitchen. First-floor den with coffered ceiling, spacious lower level rec room with fireplace, second kitchen, and exercise room. Gaze over the lake from the expansive rear deck. Detached 3-car garage is heated for your lake accessories. $1,589,000 Patrick R E A L T Y G R O U P Call or Text. Call 888-583-1888 then enter the property code or text the property code to 35620 Drive Uptown Today The reinvention of the Lincoln Motor Company is in full swing at Uptown. Catch a glimpse of the new eye catching designs that are turning heads around Milwaukee and experience the upscale materials that make up the stylish new Lincoln interiors. Join the early adopters that understand that driving upscale begins at Uptown! Spring is the time of the year to open your huge panoramic roof and take in the spring weather. Trade the salt and grime from your old car and pick your new Lincoln to shine in the sun. The new Lincolns are designed to impress and you will find a list of features you may not have dreamed of a few years ago. Uptown is your Lincoln headquarters in Milwaukee and we will find the perfect Lincoln to fit your style. John, Glenn and Mark Pentler UPtown Lincoln 2111 N. Mayfair Rd. 414.771.9000 visit our website: www.uptownmotorslincoln.com