Sold History Highlights

3311 Mound Street
3311 Mound View Road, Middleton, WI: This contemporary house, built in 1959, was designed with living quarters on the second floor to take advantage of a dramatic 10 mile country vista.
[ B ] 7890 Dairy Ridge, Verona, WI. This home was imported from Denmark in forty foot crates and assembled on site by four imported craftsmen! The materials and fixtures are for the most part from Scandinavian countries.

[ B ] Shorewood, one of the most wooded, scenic villages within walking distance of the University, is the site for this unusual contemporary . Sold in l995 for $265,000.

[ B ] Herb Fritz designed home on one of the highest hills in Madison. Vaulted ceilings, Parquet floors, Huge deck off kitchen. Sold in 1995 for $160,000.

[ B ] Herb DeLevie contemporary on 3 acres in rural setting of Cross Plains. Just 10 minutes from the far west side of Madison. Sold in 1994 for $325,000.

[ B ] Built in l860, this handsome brick building has served as general store, post office, art studio and is currently being refurbished by owner for yet another commercial endeavor.

[ B ] Spring Green art gallery, former studio space of widely known glass and fiberglass artist, Dennis Pearson. Old, old fixtures, including original elevator, pulleys.

[ B ] Small cedar contemporary in Cottage Grove on three acres with darling barn, prairie plantings, circular driveway, perfect for outdoorsy family.

[ B ] University Heights, All Brick five bedroom distinctive home with great presence in the neighborhood. Listed at $280,000; a "bidding war" resulted in this handsome home selling for $301,000.

[ B ] University Heights, two blocks from the stadium, campus. Creative owners engaged Ed Linville, one of Madison's most innovative architects to extensively remodel the master suite & bath of this stately three story home. It sold the first day it hit the market at $298,000 in 1995.

[ B ] Darling Character Home in popular Lakeside neighborhood. Two large bedrooms plus study, original woodwork, huge lot with lovely garden, new roof, new garage. Sold in 95 for $125,000.

[ B ] Parkwood-Far Westside Prestigious Neighborhood, rustic California-style unique home with four bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, open floor plan, sun room, formal dining, sold very fast at $275,000 in 1995.

[ B ] Beautifully built ranch in Nakoma, one of the finer neighborhoods in Madison. Built for retirees in the sixties, but with tons of space in lower level for visiting grandchildren, hobbies, what-have-you, & right across from the gorgeous Nakoma Golf Course, this ranch sold for $222.00 in 1994.

[ B ] Old Fashioned Victorian, maple floors, original details intact, in one of the artistic neighborhoods-Marquette-on the East side of Madison. Sold for $114.000 in 1995.

[ B ] Notable Converted Barn with cedar shake roof, atrium, huge skylights, three acre lot, fruit tees, perennials, privacy. Very unusual home, the type I delight in selling.

[ B ] Herb Fritz (Frank Lloyd Wright student) designed rambling stone & cedar residence greenhouse, separate office, circular driveway. $280,000.

[ B ] Adorable 30's Bungalow, two bedrooms on main level, huge semi-finished master suite upper. With another bathroom, this sweet old-fashioned home will easily sell for $175,000; sold in '95 for $140,000.

[ B ] Cottage-Like Two-Story within walking distance of all the best shops, boutiques, & restaurants! Three bedroom one bath with huge living room, handsome fireplace, darling picket fence, lots of character. Sold in '95 for $144,000

[ B ] University Heights, prime location, walk to University, ethnic restaurants, sports stadium. Classic Bungalow, four bedrooms, two baths, huge corner lot, needed lots of cosmetic updates but the 'bones' are good! Sold immediately for $225,000.

[ B ] Artist-owned Funky Bungalow, customized by owner, open spaces, wood stove, unique kitchen, study, open living-dining, huge lot with jungle-like perennial garden. Sold for $94,000 in '92; today's market price would be $130,000.

[ B ] Bauhaus-International style home with contemporary addition that is indistinguishable from the original home! Three bedrooms, 1.5 adorable baths, huge living room and family room. Lots of architectural integrity on a huge corner lot.

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