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c.1928 Lakefront Tudor Revival on Lake Michigan Reduced to $2.2M (PHOTOS)

c.1928 Lakefront Tudor Revival on Lake Michigan Reduced to $2.2M (PHOTOS)

c.1928 Lakefront Tudor Revival on Lake Michigan Reduced to $2.2M (PHOTOS)
July 08
16:47 2019

c.1928 Lakefront Tudor Revival on Lake Michigan Reduced to $2.2M

6315 3rd Avenue, Kenosha, Wisconsin, United States, 53143

A sprawling brick and stone Tudor Revival on the banks of Lake Michigan in Kenosha, Wisconsin has been reduced to $2,195,000. The Walter H. Alford House, also known as Harmony Hall, was designed by architect Richard Phillip in 1928 and was the one-time headquarters of the Barbershop Harmony Society. The Society sold the 10,661 square foot residence in 2003 and it was turned back into a private home. Meticulously restored and updated for modern life, the residence sits on a 1.42 acre property overlooking Lake Michigan with 157-feet of beachfront. Ideal for gracious entertaining and comfortable family life, the home includes a formal entry hall with stone staircase, elegant sun-filled rooms, hand-carved millwork & marble details, intricate stone mantles and high plaster relief ceilings. There are seven bedrooms, ten full and one half bathrooms throughout, including a lavish master suite with large dressing room. We’ve included a wonderful video tour below courtesy of the Barbershop Harmony Society. The Walter H. Alford House is on the market for $2,195,000 with Suzanne Olivieri of Berkshire Hathaway.

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