Five Most Expensive Homes For Sale in Shorewood
On the market are a mix of styles and eras, but luxury and magnificence run throughout.
If you woke up this morning as the proud winner of a $550 million Powerball prize, you could go ahead and buy all five of these homes, then roll back over and go to sleep.
For the rest of you, just do some window shopping of the five most expensive Shorewood homes on the market right now:
2819 E. Bradford Ave., $1,595,000
Six bedrooms, six bathrooms and views of Lake Michigan all around.
4480 N. Lake Drive, $1,175,000
You’ll get 1.78 acres that includes 120 feet of private beach on Lake Michigan.
2728 E. Newton Ave., $1,172,000
A 1920s-era Tudor with modern amenities such as a third-floor audio-visual room.
3316 N. Lake Drive, $999,000
This Uihlein townhouse has views of Lake Michigan and a gas fireplace in the master bedroom.
2611 N. Terrace Ave., $925,000
The Gustav J.A. Trostel mansion, built in 1899, has seven bedrooms and seven bathrooms.