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RACINE, WI — Take a look inside this remarkable historic Racine brick high Victorian Italianate.

This stunning home situated on a tree-lined original brick street, is a Registered National Historic Home.

Exceptional East Lake style ornate trim, decorative wood bays, verandas, and barge boards. Carved stone window arches with original windows.

Large covered front porch has impressive double front door opening to a magnificent foyer that will make you swoon with ornate hand carved woodwork, quarter-sawn flooring, 12 foot high ceilings 10-foot door openings and impressive decor.

First Floor features formal living, library, dining, den, kitchen, powder room. The upper floor has 5 bedrooms, lower level has family room, additional finished living space and storage, excercise room. The rear yard is fenced and private.

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