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Luedke House

3109 West Highland Blvd

This 6,900 square foot Tudor Revival home was built in 1916 by architect, Alfred Clas, with the firm of Ferry and Clas, for $25,000. Ferry and Clas also designed the Pabst Mansion, the Milwaukee Auditorium, and the Milwaukee Public Library – just a few among the more than 350 buildings they designed in Wisconsin.

The original owners, H. August Luedke and Emma Pritzlaff Luedke, were followed by Emil and Clara Noehre (owners of Noehre Sausage Company at 27th and National); Marquette University Doctorate Fraternity; Phi Chi Fraternity; Concordia University Art School in the 1970s; and then Willow Glen Academy, a school for autistic children.

This architectural gem was reclaimed as a single family home in 2006.

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