Hello and Happy New Year!
It’s been a while since the last publication of A House A Week — three weeks! — because, like a lot of folks, I was a little busy around the holidays. Not only was the holiday season emotionally draining as always, but I was also making the trek cross-country in a move from Long Island to San Diego.
And typically this newsletter goes out on Mondays, but this week it’s going out on a Tuesday. Simply because that’s when I got the opportunity to sit down and write it.
I hope anyone reading this is kicking off 2021 to a good start. I know I’m ready to face this year with a fierce sense of optimism, although I wouldn’t blame anyone who isn’t quite ready to muster up that kind of energy yet. We might need to see what this year has to offer first.
A wide open apartment in Milwaukee
There’s something extremely attractive about Milwaukee to me as a potential place to live. I’m not blind to its downsides: Milwaukee is among the most segregated cities in the US, and the winters are nothing short of harsh. But it’s got an incredibly affordable average cost of living and real estate prices are reasonable.
This spacious apartment offers 1,733 square feet of living space with two bedrooms and two full baths. Located in the Historic Third Ward, homeowners will enjoy large windows, water and city views, hardwood floors throughout the unit, 13-foot ceilings, and a gourmet kitchen with updated appliances. I’m particularly fond of the open floorplan that this apartment provides and the ergonomic flow between rooms. Owning this property will cost $559,000. [Sotheby’s International Realty]
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