A true sight to behold for any coastal urbanite who has daydreamed—even once!— of skipping shoebox living for larger-than-life Midwest real estate markets, this 18,000 square-foot private Wisconsin estate, known as "Millennium Manor," leaves nothing to the imagination. An elevator spans three levels of living space, where six bedrooms (including a master suite with lofted home gym), seven bathrooms and a home office cover the basics. A home theater replete with DVD/Blu Ray surround sound and individual reclining leather chairs; a 3,500-bottle climate-controlled wine cellar, and in-home entertainment area with bar and access to the custom-shaped outdoor swimming pool, spa and tennis court lend this property a level of opulence only that much space could afford. In true suburban style, Millennium Manor is conveniently located next to the freeway—not that you'll have any reason to leave, of course! View the property.
$6.4M for a Magnificent "Millennium Manor"
Interior designer Alan Tanksley offers a tour of a 3,000 square foot loft apartment he designed. Occupying the entire fourth floor of a cast-iron building in Soho, the apartment's open floorplan and twelve foot ceilings lend an airy aspect to the home, challenging the designer to use vibrant art and furniture to create intimate spaces throughout the home. (Published Monday, Sep 27, 2010)
Friday, Apr 27, 2012 Updated at 1:41 PM PST