1909 Colonial Revival – Kenosha, WI – $375,000

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Added to OHD on 3/14/19   -   Last OHD Update: 3/14/19   -   7 Comments
6324 3rd Ave, Kenosha, WI 53143

Map: Street

Price

$375,000

Foreclosure

Beds

6

Baths

3.5

SqFt

4112

Acres

0.34

Breathtaking Historical Home rarely available along Kenosha's lakefront area! Located on Third Avenue's historic district this Georgian Revival classic home boasts 4,112 sq. ft. of 3 finished floors, original woodwork throughout, grand staircases, 6 fireplaces, 6 Bedrooms, and 3.5 Baths. The ''Cole-Thiers House'' features a large living room, formal dining, parlor room, half bath, and kitchen on the main floor. Master Bedroom w/attached sitting room and master bath on second floor, and third full bath on third floor finished level. This amazing historic property does need work and updates to fully restore, but what an opportunity to own a piece of Kenosha history and make it your own. Also features a deep and large lot, 3-car detached garage, and brick patio in back. Welcome Home!
Contact Information
Aaron Kohlmeier, Welcome Home Real Estate Group
(262) 764-3536 / 262-909-8700
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7 Comments on 1909 Colonial Revival – Kenosha, WI – $375,000

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  1. AvatarStevenF says: 699 comments
    OHD Supporter

    1969 Regency
    Nashville, TN

    The broken pediment over the front door is substantial-almost mansion grade. I wonder what happened to the ceiling in the sunroom.

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  2. AvatarTheresa says: 5 comments

    With the modern elements removed, and some period paint and wallpaper the home will be magazine ready.

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  3. AvatarClay says: 55 comments

    The interior doesn’t quite match the grandeur of the façade, but it is a lovely home.

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  4. AvatarHandymam says: 68 comments

    Isn’t the phrase “updates to restore” an oxymoron?
    Updating means adding elements of today. This house deserves to be restored, or brought back to its origins mostly, in a “cosmetic” way. Broken or missing parts fixed of course.

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  5. AvatarCeylaClaire says: 134 comments

    Living at the Lake Michigan’s shore can be interesting. I wonder if there is a way to get down to waters edge. When Kenosha was thriving with the auto industry it was a lovely city. But as soon as the auto manufacturing plants (mainly American Motors) left, Kenosha suffered badly. Perhaps an exec from one of the plants lived here back in the day. As Clay mentioned, the inside doesn’t quite live up to the outside, but I bet it could again. I’m going to Kenosha tomorrow and I’ll see if there’s a chance to drive past this home.

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