Built in 1899, this home was the first house to be constructed on prestigious Wahl Avenue according to the North Point Historic District. The design was heavily influenced by the German New Renaissance Revival style which was reminiscent of suburban German villas of the time. The brick and sandstone home is adorned with exterior detail further enhanced by ironwork by Cyril Colnik. The Kern mansion is said to have contained the city's first individual room air conditioning system. The home has been lovingly restored offering a unique blend of old-world craftsmanship with the features that accommodate a modern lifestyle. You'll love being nestled in a beautiful tree-lined neighborhood of special homes overlooking Lake Michigan and walking distance to Lake Park and so much more!
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