5271 N Kent Ave
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53217

$549,000
Bedrooms
3
Bathrooms
1.5
Car Garage
1.5
Home Size
1,606 Sq Ft

SINGLE FAMILY HOME

About This Property

$549,000

5271 N Kent Ave, Whitefish Bay, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53217, USA

Simply stunning colonial! Lovely location in the village of Whitefish Bay! Charm and character surround every inch of this home. Living room with built ins, HWF’s and gorgeous NFP. Formal dining room with built in cabinets, french doors, HWF’s and open to kitchen. Remodeled kitchen with high end SS appliances, sink overlooking backyard, custom cabinets and gorgeous details. Main floor half bath. Upper boasts large master bedroom plus 2 additional bedrooms & walk out balcony. Full upper bath with lovely tile work, dual vanity space and remodeled features. Finished LL perfect for game days. Screen in porch overlooking stunning backyard. Newly done patio and fire pit area. Incredibly spacious yard space. Blocks to parks and Lake Michigan.

Inclusions: Refrigerator, Stove/Oven, Dishwasher, Microwave (in pantry), Washer/Dryer, Window Treatments.

ADDITIONAL DETAILS

Property Status: Sold 

Property type: Single Family Home

Property Size: .13 Acres

Year Built: 1942

Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms: Full Baths: 1 | Half Bath: 1

Rooms: 8

Address: 5271 N Kent Ave 

City: Milwaukee

State: Wisconsin

Zip Code: 53217

Heating: Natural Gas

Cooling: Forced Air; Central Air

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Kim Devine

With over 25 years in real estate, much of Kim’s passion and interpersonal skills stem from her time running a full-service bakery and coffee house. Working there before she became a real estate agent, she fell in love with the day-to-day rhythm of interacting with customers and managing employees. Kim also adored the feeling of becoming interwoven into the community.

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