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Empty c.1927 Tudor Revival in Manitowoc, WI Sells for $310K (PHOTOS)

Empty c.1927 Tudor Revival in Manitowoc, WI Sells for $310K (PHOTOS)

Empty c.1927 Tudor Revival in Manitowoc, WI Sells for $310K (PHOTOS)
October 04
19:27 2019

Empty c.1927 Tudor Revival in Manitowoc, WI Sells for $310K

SOLD | Built c.1927 | 8 Beds | 4.5+ Baths | 8,004 Sq. Ft. | 0.93 Acres
523 N 6th Street, Manitowoc, Wisconsin, United States, 54220

An alluring Tudor Revival manor complete with extensive original architectural elements and period detail in Manitowoc, Wisconsin has sold for $310,200. The 8,000 square foot residence sits on nearly an acre of land and hit the market in September for $399,900. Designed by architectural firm Van Alyea & Spinti and built c.1927 for Hugo L. Vits, the home showcases incredible stone, tile and hardwood floors, handcrafted wood trim, exquisite leaded glass and exceptional formal rooms. Currently sitting empty, the floor plan includes a large entry hall, formal living room with bay windows, a large dining room, barrel vaulted sunroom with three sets of arched French doors, a panelled study and a large kitchen with butler’s pantry. There are eight bedrooms, four full and one half bathrooms throughout. The property had been listed for $399,900 with Berkshire Hathaway.















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