Comfy & stylish three-bedroom townhouse with all the amenities of home, sleeps five. Located in lovely, historic Brewers Hill, our home has one off-street parking space and has a fenced-in shared backyard with private deck, a brick patio and garden. Ten minute (or less) drive from downtown, Eastside, Walker's Point. Walkable to Brady St, Cathedral Square, Bucks games, Pabst Best Place.
Ever want to stay in a nice house in a quiet neighborhood while still practically in the middle of everything? You found it! Three updated bedrooms (two with queen sized bed, another with a twin bed), big living room with plush leather couches and big tv, dining room area off the kitchen, luxury kitchen, and enjoy the big backyard with brick patio and beautiful garden. Basement with washer/dryer. Commute affordably with Uber to downtown for about $6, or park in your off-street spot but get anywhere downtown in ten minutes or less, from your block full of historic homes and beautiful front lawns.
Guests have access to one off-street parking spot, and the shared backyard. Private laundry facilities accessible in the basement. This space is a two-story townhouse, joined to one similar townhouse that has a long-term tenant. Extremely nice and friendly neighbors!
We may not always be present to meet you, but we are available day or night via phone, text, and this app. We strive to be super-communicative when you need us, but out of your hair when you don't. We want you to have a great visit to Milwaukee but we respect your privacy.
You could see some of the next-door neighbors in the shared back yard or coming to/from work. Don't be afraid to say hi and introduce yourself. They've lived here for years and are always friendly.
Are you visiting Milwaukee for business? Brewhome is ten minutes from anywhere downtown, and because of the highway, 15 minutes from the airport.
Visiting for fun? Take a craft brewery tour- by my last count, Brewhome has 14 of them in a two-mile radius! No kidding! Either way, if you stay at Brewhome we recommend walking over to Wolf Peach for dinner or for brunch, it's one of the hottest restaurants in the city, and since it's situated on a bluff, it has stunning views. Upscale but casual, Wolf Peach should be on your short list of things to do in Milwaukee.
Unique in Milwaukee, Brewers Hill is a tight-knit and diverse community with deep roots. Folks here are proud of their homes and their neighborhood, and care a lot about the quality of life here. It's historic, with tons of houses straight out of the 1870's and 1880's, most of which have been remodeled in the past 15 years. It's got a killer location, too! Close to downtown, Bucks arena, entertainment, even the highway. It's a $5 or $6 Uber ride to most places downtown. It's a great place to live for a while, or as a home base for a weekend of exploring. I may be biased, but Milwaukee has got to be the most underrated city in the Midwest.