Milwaukee was built by a series of beer barons, including Joseph Schlitz, an emigrant of Germany who went on to found Joseph Schlitz Brewing Co.
Now, a gorgeous Queen Anne Victorian linked to the sultan of suds is on the market in Brew City. The turnkey home is listed for $350,000.
Victor Schlitz, who commissioned this 7,000-square-foot, five-bedroom home in 1890, was a liquor merchant and the nephew of Joseph Schlitz. Victor and his family lived in the home until 1928. His wife was the granddaughter of the royal architect to the czar of Russia. The three-story home has 77 windows, which was “pretty unusual for its time,” says listing agent Laura Kruschka.
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