Private apartment- 1500 sq. ft. in historic home built in 1923 in Sherman Park MKE. This unit is clean & sleeps four. One full bathroom & loaded with old world charm. Apartment has original built ins, lead glass windows, Florentine glass & hardwood tiger oak floors. Kitchen fully equipped & ready for cooking. Centrally located 15 minutes to downtown Milwaukee, 11 minutes to Potowatomi Casino, just 6 minutes to Miller Park, Miller Brewing Co., Harley-Davidson. Come & enjoy Milwaukee. Book today!
This vintage apartment is clean, spacious & fully furnished. This 1500 sq. ft. one bedroom private apartment has one full bathroom, living room, dining room, kitchen & pantry, large closets and yard space. Includes: full size stove & refrigerator, window treatments, laundry facilities with washer & dryer. The kitchen is fully equipped with cookware, silverware, glassware and dishes. Small appliances include: Microwave, Coffeemaker, toaster & blender. Separate entrances with off street parking.
Residents both old and new call Sherman Park home, citing its beautiful housing stock, its cultural diversity, and its entrepreneurial spirit. Historically, the residents of Sherman Boulevard tended to be prosperous, self-made people. They were the sons & daughters of immigrants, and included those in the skilled trades, management positions, industrialists, doctors, attorneys, teachers, accountants, contractors, retailers, and civil servants. Many were of German or Jewish ethnicity, but a significant number were of English, Irish, Polish or Bohemian heritage as well.
Henry W. Tews, the original builder & owner of this home, was the secretary of the Tews Lime & Cement Company. Tews built the home in 1923 and the home is a registered historic site.
Places to visit:
SHERMAN PERK (highly recommended!)
Where: 4924 W. Roosevelt Dr.
Since 2001, Sherman Perk has occupied a 1939 gas station (in a vintage “Streamlined Moderne” style rarely seen anymore) in the heart of Sherman Park. Owned by a neighborhood resident of almost 40 years and named after the Manhattan coffee shop in the TV show Friends, Sherman Perk is a lovely second home to residents from this diverse neighborhood. All beverages and baked goods on the menu are kosher.
Where: 5600 W. North Ave.
Interiorscapes by The Plant Market has taken care of Milwaukee businesses’ plant needs for over 40 years, currently servicing over 600 locations throughout Wisconsin.
ATOMIC TATTOOS & PIERCING
Where: 5700 W. North Ave.
For nearly 16 years, Atomic Tattoos & Piercing has offered professional artwork and piercing in its two Milwaukee locations (the other is on the east side), as well as multiple locations around Tampa Bay, Florida. Knowledgeable and supportive tattoo artists and body piercing technicians can accommodate your design needs, questions and concerns at this locally owned and operated organization.
Where: 5221 W. North Ave.
According to their website, Barre District “connect[s] with people in our community to make the barre workout the way we change our bodies [and] minds” and “live a healthier lifestyle through strength, flexibility and relationships with one another.” Barre (as in ballet barre) classes mix ballet, yoga and pilates.
Where: 5507 W. North Ave.
Part cafe, part retail store, Sharehouse Goods collects excess goods (they like to call it “stuff”) from the community, then liquidates it online and in the store. Donors — whether individuals or their dozens of partner organizations) receive part of the profit from the sale of old books, CDs, DVDs and other items.
REYNOLD’S PASTY SHOP
Where: 3525 W. Burleigh St.
Since 1956, Reynold’s Pasty Shop has specialized in what used to be, according to their website, “a staple of the southwest England diet that came to Wisconsin when Cornish workers migrated here . . . in search of mining jobs in the 1830s. The pasties would stay warm in their lunch pails.” Their signature Northern Pasty is a mixture of beef, potatoes, onions and carrots pocketed in a homemade dough.
UPPA YARD JAMAICAN RESTAURANT
Where: 4925 W. Fond du Lac Ave.
Contending for the best Jamaican fare in Sherman Park is Uppa Yard, which offers similar menu items to Pepperpot. Here, customers rave about the curry chicken, the spicy oxtail and the steamed cabbage side, and most are willing to wait a little longer, since the cooks make many food items upon ordering.
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Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA